MASTER EXAM ORAL QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS BY CAPT-J-K-BOSE - LATEST QUESTIONS
Insurable interest exists when an insured person derives a financial or other kind of benefit from the continuous existence of the insured object (or in the context of living persons, their continued survival). A person has an insurable interest in something when loss-of or damage-to that thing would cause the person to suffer a financial loss or other kind of loss.
Typically, insurable interest is established by ownership, possession, or direct relationship. For example, people have insurable interests in their own homes and vehicles, but not in their neighbors' homes and vehicles, and certainly not those of strangers.
ISM internal audit is conducted inspite of external audit by the flag. the main purpose of the internal audit is continuously verify the SMS effectiveness and to continuously improve the safety standards and pollution prevention.
Q. 3) One sailing vessel on sbd quarter overtaking , normal visibility.whose responsibility to keep clear ?X
Q. 4) Changes in STCW 2010.X
Q. 5) U are on the coast of sri lanka , epirb activated. tell me what will happen & how rescue will take place ?X
whatever u answer,never satisified,will keep pushing u more into it...
A/C to Stb and pass north of it e.g keeping it to your port.
safe water is north of this buoy .... Alter to stab and steer a course of 315 degree .
Which types of cardinal Buoy? If North-A/c to stbd, If South A/c to port,..If East cardinal buoy then a/c port or stbd and inform master about the changing of the course cause west of that mark will be danger.... And If West cardinal buoy... You are in danger and reverse course and inform master.
The following immediate action should be taken by any ship receiving a distress message:
.. acknowledge receipt of message.(DO NOT SEND A DSC ACKNOWLEDGEMENT) Listen Only.
.. gather the following information from the craft in distress if possible:
- position of distressed craft
- distressed craft's identity, call sign, and name
- number of POBs
- nature of the distress or casualty
- type of assistance required
- number of victims, if any
- distressed craft's course and speed
- type of craft, and cargo carried
- any other pertinent information that might facilitate the rescue
%uDBC0%uDC89 maintain a continuous watch on the following international frequencies, if equipped to do so:
- 500 kHz (radiotelegraphy)
- 2182 kHz (radiotelephone)
- 1 56.8 MHz FM (Channel 16, radiotelephony) for vessel distress
- 121.5 MHz AM (radiotelephony) for aircraft distress
%u2022%u2022 Vessels should maintain communications with the distressed craft while attempting to advise the SAR system of the situation.
%u2022%u2022If it is clear the ship or persons in distress are not in the vicinity and/or other craft are better placed to assist, superfluous communications, which could interfere with SAR activities are to be avoided. Details should be recorded in the appropriate logbooks.
%u2022%u2022Reconsider the decision not to proceed nor report to the SAR service when vessel in distress is far from land or in an area where density of shipping is low.