(A)You should stop your vessel instantly.
(B)I wish to communicate with you.
(C)You are running into danger.
(D)Stop carrying out your intentions and watch for my signals.
20.20.Located: In warnings: position of object confirmed.（依據IMO SMCP）
21.21.General emergency alarm means a sound signal of seven short blasts and one blast
given with the vessel’s sound system.
22.22.Brief all crew members and passengers about restricted area and do not enter the engine
room without .
23.23. means an emergency reversal operation of the main engine to avoid a collision.
24.24.Boarding arrangement: All , such as pilot ladder.（依據IMO SMCP）
25.25.My ship’s draft is 12m. The depth of water is not in position 30°N 130° (E) （依據IMO
26.26.Course made good means the course which a vessel good over ground, after allowing
for the effect of currents, tidal streams.
27.27.Visibility by rain.
28.28.You are other traffic.
29.29.“Ease to five” means:
(A)to put the rudder at port side five degrees.
(B)to put the rudder at starboard side five degrees.
(C)to backs the rudder at five degrees of same side.
(D)you may put the rudder within five degrees range either port or starboard.
30.30.My present position is at sea No.2 port side.
31.31. is a routing measure aimed at the separation of opposing streams of traffic by
appropriate means and by the establishment of traffic lanes.
(B)Traffic Separation Scheme (TSS)
(D)Inshore Traffic Zone (ITZ)
32.32. means a vessel which has been destroyed, sunk or abandoned at sea.
33.33.The goods ordered are now ready for . Please send us instructions for them.
34.34.An international standard for vector charts (S-57) has been finalized by and vector
charts complying with this standard produced by or on the authority of, a national
hydrographic office are known as electronic navigational charts.
35.35.The following event has been made in the Deck Log Book. “1000~1100 Master together
with C/O and C/E carried out weekly inspection and found everything fully compliance
with the standard of Paris Memorandum.”
36.36.Broken Stowage is the term used to express the space which is lost and by cargo or
between packages in stowage.
37.37.An INERT GAS SYSTEM on a tanker should be used to:
(A)blow out from cargo lines to prevent gas concentrations.
(B)prevent fires in pump room by continually displacing flammable vapors.
(C)prevent the generation of flammable or combustible in tanks.
(D)dilute tank atmospheres to keep gas concentrations below the lower explosive limit.
38.38. are used to record the events occurring during the ship’s stay in a harbor, at
anchorage, or underway, and they are also requested to produce evidences in case
officials inquire about accidents.
39.39.A document prepared by the captain of a vessel on arriving at port, which shows conditions
encountered during voyage is a “ ”.
40.40.“ ” means a white light placed as nearly as practicable at the stern showing an
unbroken light over an arc of the horizon of 135 degrees and so fixed as to show the light 67.5 degrees from right aft on each side of the vessel.