4.4. You ________ in the wrong position obstructing other traffic. You must heave up your
(B)have placed your anchor
(C) have moored your anchor
(D) have maintained your anchor
6.6. You areDPA (Designated Person Ashore) of a shipping company. Which of the following
expertise you don’t need to have as per ISMCode?
(B)Knowledge of shipping and shipboard operations.
(C) Technical or operational aspects of safety management.
7.7. A cargo of liquid chemicals was loaded on your vessel which is non high viscosity and non
high melting point cargo but prewash is required by MARPOL Annex II. What is the pollution
category of this cargo?
9.9.By SMCP, choose one of the following sentences for expressing “Vessel’s intention is to
decrease speed to 12 knots.”
(A)“Intention: I am going to raise my speed to 12 knots.”
(B)“Intention: I will reduce my speed to 12 knots.”
(C) “Intention: I shall decrease my speed to 12 knots.”
(D) “Intention: I am going to decrease my speed by 12 knots.”
17.17. Your vessel was vibrated heavily at a range of numbers of revolutions of the engines
because synchronization occurs between the periods of a vibration of the hull and those caused
by the inertia of the reciprocating parts of engines. What do we call this speed?
18.18. Which wheel order below indicates the course requested by a captain or pilot on the
compass heading at the time of the order to be steered stably by a helmsman?
(A)Meet the ranges
(B)Steady as she goes
(D) Steady on the ranges
19.19. A: Will you please recommend us a good shipchandler?B: I am glad to be of service to
you. Question: What is the ship going to do?
(A)To buy provisions
(B)To call in a repairman
(C) To call in a cargo surveyor
(D) To call in a ship surveyor
20.20.By SMCP, choose one of the following sentences for expressing “Vessel advises other
traffic to remain at a safe distance.”
(A)“Advice: all vessels - stay clear.”
(B)“Advice: all vessels - keep clear.”
(C) “Advice: all vessels - keep distance.”
(D) “Advice: all vessels - give a clear berth.”
32.32. _____ 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.
(C) Log books