Ship Departments




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    A Merchant marine ship consists mainly of 3 departments. These 3 departments consists of seamans of various Merchant Navy Ranks. Listing below the various Ship departments with following hierarchy.Ship Departments

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      X DECK DEPARTMENT
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      Deck department consists of mariners mainly engaged with Navigation, Deck maintenance and general hygiene of ship's accommodation. Listing these ranks in decreasing order of hierarchy. Please check each Merchant Navy rank for details.DECK OFFICERS

      1. SHIP MASTER
      2. CHIEF MATE
      3. SECOND MATE
      4. THIRD MATE
      5. DECK CADET
      DECK CREW
      1. BOSUN
      2. PUMPMAN (On Tankers)
      3. ABLE SEAMAN (AB)
      4. ORDINARY SEAMAN (OS)
       

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        X ENGINE DEPARTMENT
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        Engine department consists of mariners mainly engaged with Engine, Engine and electrical maintenance and general hygiene of Engine room. Listing these ranks in decreasing order of hierarchy. Please check each Merchant Navy rank for details.

        ENGINE OFFICERS

        1. SHIP CHIEF ENGINEER
        2. 2nd ENGINEER
        3. ELECTRICAL OFFICER
        4. 3rd ENGINEER
        5. 4th ENGINEER
        6. TRAINEE MARINE ENGINEER
        ENGINE CREW
        1. FITTER
        2. OILER
        3. MARINE WIPER

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          X GALLEY DEPARTMENT
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          Galley department consists of mariners mainly engaged with Galley, cooking, food inventory and general cleaning of accommodation/cabins. Listing these ranks in decreasing order of hierarchy. Please check each Merchant Navy rank for details.

          1. SHIP COOK
          2. 2nd COOK
          3. MESSMAN / GENERAL SERVICE (GS)

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