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Q. 1) Situation - you are proceeding north and you see a north cardinal buoy. action

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    if u r proceeding north n u c NC mark..dat means u r already in proximity of point of interest or danger...bst action is to inform master and stop ur vsl immediately..plot ur position n chck wer to alter for safe depth of water or away frm danger..

    Ravi Kumar | 5 years ago | EDIT | REPLY
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      infrom master reverse coure check depth of the water

      Rahul Tiwari | 7 years ago | EDIT | REPLY
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        reverse course, inform master, check chart

        Alok Kumar | 9 years ago | EDIT | REPLY




          Q. 2) How wil you take over a watch as par stcw

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            *go on chrt rm 15minuts earlier.
            *Inspect chrt:(cmg,crs strd,set$rate of crnt,ukc,any alt,tss)
            *mastrs ordr bk.
            *Inspect compass err bk.
            *go to whl house 5 mnt be4 nd set eye to d darkness.
            *Inspt teckomtr
            *inspt nav lt
            *chk vhf ch.16/70
            *auto or hnd strng
            *familr wth radar
            *if is in collision couse dn't tk ovr watch untl collision is ovr

            Manoj Meena | 8 years ago | EDIT | REPLY

              Q. 3) All ROR annexes

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                annex1-position and technical details of lights and shapes.
                annex2-addl. lights for fishing vessel fishing in.close proximity.
                annex3-technical details of sound signals
                annex4-distress signal

                Sukesh Swain | 6 years ago | EDIT | REPLY

                  Q. 4) Situation - CBD right ahead crossing you from port.

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                    one short blast alt co to stbd...(if cbd slows dwn < cbd is a pd vssl> as give way vessel then u cross her head)if not parellel course....alt co to stbd and pass her stern.

                    brendon n kamlesh

                    Sanjana Mathur | 9 years ago | EDIT | REPLY

                      Q. 5) Lights of NUC vessel

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                        two all around red light placed where it can best be seen, if making way through the water in addition to red light side light and stern light.

                        Sumit Kumar | 7 years ago | EDIT | REPLY
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                          there will be two red liht plus all navigatinal light

                          Kailash Dahiya | 8 years ago | EDIT | REPLY
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                            2 all round red lights in vertical line, and if making way in addition, sidelights n sternlight

                            Vikram Singh | 8 years ago | EDIT | REPLY

                              Q. 6) Situation - crossing , restricted visibilty : target on stbd bow radar inoperational , target stbd quarter radar inoperational

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                                He did not ask ROR cards but gave the situations..

                                Rishi Kashyap | 10 years ago | EDIT | REPLY
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                                  ascertain if risk of collision exist with the targets by continuosly monitoring the bearing. and take action accordingly

                                  Kiran Kodoth | 9 years ago | EDIT | REPLY

                                    Q. 7) Great circle sailing .

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                                      a great circle track is the shortest distance , measured along the earth's surface , btween 2 poles. a great circle track cuts successive meridians at different angles b'coz meridians are nt parallel to each oder . the course, therefore, shud change slightly whilst crossing each meridia.practically at sea, the departure and arrival positions are plotted on a gnomonic chart  and joined by a straight line . the vertex and suitable points are read off the chart and the navigator does mercator sailing from point to point thereby following the great circle track effectively ..!!

                                      Afzal Khan | 8 years ago | EDIT | REPLY