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前 言 1. SHIP'S PARTICULARS 船舶规范 2. OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS 职务安全指导 3. TAKING A PILOT 接引航员 4. QUARANTINE 检疫 5. CUSTOMS 过海关 6 SUEZ CANAL TRANSIT 过苏伊士运河 7. CARGO HANDLING GEAR/LOADING/UNLOADING 起货 机械/装货/卸货 8. CARGO STOWAGE/SECURING 货物堆码/系固 9. DANGEROUS GOODS AND STOWAGE 危险货及其积载 10. BUNKER BARGE OPERATION 加油程序 11. OIL TANKER OPERATION 油船操作 12. REPORTING AND CLEANING UP SPILLAGE 报告并清扫 溢出物 13. BALLAST HANDLING 压载操作 14. CLEANING TANKS 洗舱 15. PREPARING FOR SEA 备航 16. NAVIGATION 航行 17. MASTER'S ORDERS 船长命令 18. HANDOVERS 交接班 19. CARGO CARE 采取措施保护货物

20. DESCRIBING DAMAGE TO THE CARGO 描述货物的损 坏情况 21. LIFEBOATS AND LIFERAFTS 救生艇筏 22. FIRE FIGHTING 灭火 23. REPORTING FIRE 报告火情 24. ROLL CALL AND ABANDON SHIP 集合和弃船 25. EMERGENCY INCIDENT 突发性事件 26. FLOODING 进水 27. COLLISION 碰撞 28. AGROUND 搁浅 29. LIST, DANGER OF CAPSIZING 倾斜,倾覆的危险 30. SINKING 沉没 31. DISABLED AND ADRIFT 失控和漂航 32. ARMED ATTACK/PIRACY 武装攻击/海盗 33. DISTRESS/URGENCY MESSAGES 遇险/紧急信息 34. RESTRICTED VISIBILITY 能见度不良 35. ICEAREA 冰区 36. ABNORMAL TIDES 异常潮汐

Part 1 Ship's Particulars 1. What is your LOA length overall? 2. Vessel's deadweight is 5350 tons. 3. No.1 hold capacity is 17625 cubic meters. 4. Bale capacity is 14976 cubic meters. 5. Container capaticy is 12384 TEU. 6. Vessel has 43 reefer closets. 7. How many tons can vessel load on deck? 8. What is length of No.2 hold? 9. Length of No.2 hold is 10m. 10. Depth of No.4 hold is 15m. 11. Size of hatch opening is 8 by 5 meters. 12. What is the safe load of No.2 hold? 13. Safe load of upper deck of No.2 hold is 7 tons per square meter. 14. What is fuel oil consumption of your vessel per day? Part 2 Occupational Safety Instructions 1.Prepare training plan for occupational safety. 2.Prepare training plan regarding type of vessel. 3.Carry out training plan regarding route of vessel. 4.I have taken training course for GMDSS equipment. 5.When was the last training session on occupational safety?

6.When is the next training session on occupational safety? 7.Next training session is on May 5. Part 3 Taking a pilot 1. I require a pilot. 2. Pilotage is compulsory here. 3. My ETA at Dalian pilot station is 2200 local time. 4. What is your distance from Londan pilot station? 5. Advise you to rig pilot ladder on port side. 6. Switch on lights at pilot ladder position. 7. In what position can I take pilot? 8. Take pilot in 67 degrees 36 minutes north 121 degrees 45 minutes east at 2100 local time. 9. Make a lee for the pilot boat, please. 10. Keep pilot boat on your port side. 11. Rig gangway combined with pilot ladder on port side. 12. What is your free board? 13. What are your ship's particulars? 14. I stay in position 135 degrees 2.5 miles from Antwerp lighthouse until the pilot arrives. 15. Pilot can not embark at Dalian pilot station due to bad weather. 16. Pilot ladder is broken.

17. Pilot ladder is too short. 18. Have heaving line ready at pilot ladder? 19. Keep sea on your port quarter. 20. Keep sea on your starboard quarter. 21. Keep ship's speed of 8 knots for pilot boarding. 22. Stop engine until pilot boat is clear. 23. Put helm hard to port. 24. Put engine ahead. 25. Is your engine diessle or turbine? 26. It is diessle. 27. How long does it take to change main engine from full ahead to full astern? 28. How long does it take to start the engine? 29. It takes 60 seconds to start engine. 30. Do you have controllable or fixed pitch propeller? 31. Do you have right hand or left hand propeller? 32. We have right hand propeller. 33. Do you have bow thruster or stern thruster? 34. We have bow thruster. 35. What is the diameter of your turning circle? 36. Where is whistle control? 37. What time is required from full sea speed to manoeuvring

speed? 38. It requires 20 minutes' notice from full sea speed to manoeuvring speed. 39. Give three short blasts on whistle? 40. Maintain speed of 10 Knots. 41. What's full sea speed? 42. It's 20 knots. 43. What full sea speed at full ahead? 44. It's 20 knots at full ahead. Part 4 Quarantine 1.Shall I muster the crew on the deck? 2.Would you please call crews in saloon for our inspection. 3.Is inoculation compulsory here? 4.The maritime declaration for health please 5.Did you have deratting certificate. 6.The quarantine inspection will be carried out in the saloon. 7.May I have the vaccination certificate. 8.please arrange fumigation as soon as possible 9.Some certificates have expired. 10.we like get free pratique. 11.Please arrange an ambulance while the ship arrives 12.Hoist the quarantine flag.

13.Do not forget to mount rat guards on the mooring lines when the ship is alongside. 14.the quarantine service is over. 15.Take down the yellow flag. 16.Has anyone contracted plague. 17.He has contracted venereal disease. 18.He is infected with hepatitis. 19.when was the last deratization carry out on your ship 20.Are there any rat guards on board? 21. I would like to inspect the galley pantry , mess-room . steward’s store-room , saloon. Part 5 CUSTOMS 1. Personal possessions must be declared , otherwise should be regarded as smuggled goods. 2. let’s go to check and seal the bonded store. 3. alcohol and cigarette are not allowed ashore. 4. here is a list of personal articles. 5. anything special to declare? 6. what quantity of cigarettes is duty free? 7. please show us the regulations of this port. 8. would you please unseal the bonded store. 9. what duty must I pay?

10.confiscated the smuggled articles. 11.when will the customs examination take place? 12.to traffic in narcotic will be punished severely? 13.heroin , marijuana, opium, morphine are the major drugs. 14.firearms should must be bonded in our port, otherwise you need to pay a fine. 15.here is the landing permission . tell your crew to observe the landing rules. 16.please return the passes to me before departure 17.we have two passengers : one disembarking here , one in transit Part 6 SUEZ CANAL TRANSIT 1. I wish to transit the suez canal 2. transit speed is 8 knots. 3. you must close up on vessel ahead of you . 4. You must wait at the entrance buoy. 5. convoy 8 must wait at lay-by. 6. transit will begin at 0930 UTC 7. your place in convoy is number 15. 8. convoy speed is 8 knots. 9. you will enter the canal at 1200 UTC .

10.stop where you are. The bridge is defective. 11.You are running into danger . 12.canal electrican will embark at 0900 hours local time 13.watchman and water police have embarked. 14.canal inspector will board you for checking certificates. 15.keep two mooring boats on your port deck. 16.switch on three vertical white light for convoy. 17.keep contact with taufig control on vhf ch 06 18.hoisted flag Q , G and national flags 19.report suez tonnage ,deadweight tonnage and draft to port control 20.immigration officer embarked for issuing shore landing passes 21.stand-by engine and shorten chain to 2 shackkes for pilot embarkation

Part7 CARGO HANDLING GEAR/LOADING/UNLOADING 1. are dockside cranes available? 2. Are floating cranes available? 3. Capacity of cranes 15 tonnes. 4. what is maximum reach of crane? 5. What is capacity of contaner bridge?

6. The capacity of cargo pumps is 1500 tonnes per hour. 7. use electric fork-lift trucks only in holds 8. who will provide slings? 9. are bobs cats available for trimming? 10.are stiffeners available? 11.prepare vessel for unloading. 12.Tender your notice of readiness to load master by 1900 hours local time. 13.is cargo list available and complete? 14.complete stowage plan. 15.make stability calculation . 16.Are cargo holds clean? 17.cover bilge with tarpaulins. 18.are sufficient dunnage and mats available? 19.fill double bottom tanks before loading heavy lifts. 20.pump out ballast water. 21.what is maximum loading rate? 22.rig heavy lift derricks of no. 4 hold. 23.Shift derrick of no.4 hold to starboard side. 24.check preventers. 25.clean tween deck before opening lower hold. Part 8 Cargo Stowage/Securing

1. Check hold for damage. 2. Straighten hold ladders. 3. Are hold ventilators operational? 4. Lubricate blocks of cranes. 5. Check the safe stowage carefully. 6. Check the separation of different cargoes carefully. 7. Close hatches if it rains. 8. Refuse damaged cargo on board. 9. Do not overthrow cartons with other goods. 10. Do not use hooks for handling bags. 11. Place dunnage between tiers. 12. Check correct interlock of stow pieces. 13. Secure heavy lift immediately. Part 9 DANGEROUS GOODS AND STOWAGE 1. what is IMO class of these goods? 2. this package contains IMO –class B goods 3. these goods are flammable. 4. Handle these goods with care 5. These goods are oxidizing 6. these goods are liable to spontaneous and combustion 7. these goods will emit flammable gases in contact with water. Keep dry.

8. check the markes 9. comply with IMDG –code when loading 10.check segregation of goods. 11.stow flammable goods away from engine room bulkhead. 12.Stow IMO-class C goods away from living quarters. 13.Stow infectious substances separated by one hold from food stuffs. 14.stow drums away from IMO-class C goods at minimum of 3 metres. 15.you can stow poisonous and flammable goods in one hold 16.stevedores are loading dangerous goods in no. 3 hold. 17.use calibrated test meters for checking oxygen level. 18.no smoking when loading. 19.carboys of IMO- class E goods dropped on deck. 20.Gas escaping. 21.several drums leaking. 22.serveral drums deformed. 23.bottles of IMO-class A goods dropped on deck 24.temperature in locker with IMO-class E goods increasing.

25.There was explosion in no. 3 hold 26.Minor damage to container. 27.IMO-class B goods re-ignited. 28.5 stevedores complain about headache. 29.2 stevedores suffered acid burns on hands. Part 10 Bunker barge operation 1. Plug scuppers, save-alls and drip trays. 2. Scuppers plugged. 3. Stand by emergency fire pump and report. 4. Stand by foam monitor and report. 5. Foam monitor is on stand by. 6. Fit bonding wire and report. 7. Maintain contact on VHF channels 13 and 26 with bunker barge. 8. Is oil spill plan available? Part 11 Oil Tanker Operation 1. What is maximum loading rate? 2. Is COW system operational? 3. Is inert gas system operational? 4. What is pumping pressure? 5. When will crude oil washing start? 6. Crude oil washing will start in 20 minutes.

7. Can we connect loading arm? 8. Inform us 30 minutes before loading starts. 9. What is back pressure for stripping? 10. Are cargo booms connected? 11. Are you ready to discharge? 12. Open valves and report. 13. All full open ashore. 14. Are you loading? 15. Increase pumping rate. 16. Decrease pumping rate. 17. Quantity received. Stop pumping. Part 12 Reporting and cleaning up spillage 1. Leak at manifold connection. 2. Overflow at slop tank. 3. How much spilled? 4. Spilled about 3 tonnes. 5. Stand by oil clearance team. 6. Spillage stopped. 7. All crew assist to clear up spillage. Part 13 Ballast handling 1. Scuppers plugged. 2. Open sea suction valve and report.

3. Sea suction valve closed. 4. Ballast pump stopped. Part 14 Cleaning tanks 1. Transfer slops into slop tank. 2. Dispose sludge into sludge tank. 3. Sludge disposed into sludge tank. 4. Order shore slop tank. 5. Order slop barge and report. 6. We have 50 tons of slops. 7. Slop barge ordered. 8. Stop pumping slops. Part 15 Preparing for sea 1. Close and secure hatch covers for sea. 2. Lash and secure goods for sea. 3. Close and secure bow doors. 4. Fold and secure bow ramp. 5. Side ramp folded and secured. 6. Lower and secure derricks for sea. 7. Check lashings and securing and report. Part 16 Navigation 1. You are entering fairway. 2. We are in sight.

3. You are passing fishing area. 4. You are in middle of fairway. 5. You are approaching starboard limit of fairway. 6. you are approaching port limit of fairway. 7. Your position is Buoy No.3 distance 3 cables to port side reference line. 8. your posiion is Buoy No2 distance 4 cables to starboard of reference line. 9. Your position is 400 meters from intersection 10. You are getting close to vessel ahead. 11. Vessel on opposite course is passing your port side. 12. Vessel on opposite course is passing your starboard side. 13. M/V Tian Jiang is on your port 14. M/V Tian He is 2 kilometers ahead of me on the starboard now. 15. M/V Tian Huai on opposite 16. We are in close quarters situation. 17. Vessel is entering fairway at fairway buoy no.2. 18. Vessel is leaving fairway at Buoy 6. 19. Buoy No.3 is 500 meters ahead. 20. Vessel ahead of you is not under command. 21. You are not complying with TSS.

22. I am standing on vessel. 23. clearance required before entering the fairway. 24. Do not enter traffic lane. 25. Proceed to emergency anchorage. 26. Vessels are advised to keep clear of fishing area. 27. You may enter traffic lane. Trafffic clearance granted. 28. Tide with you. 29. Tide against you. 30. It is dangerous to anchor in your present position. 31. Large vessel leaving fairway. Keep clear of fairway approach. 32. Nets with buoys in this area. Navigate with caution. 33. Collision is in position 070 dgrees 3 miles from green lighthouse. 34. Keep clear of lane. 35. Your present course is too close to outbound vessel. 36. Do not overtake. 37. Do not cross fairway. 38. You must wait M/V to cross ahead of you. 39. You are proceeding at dangerous speed. 40. Advise you to stop engines. 41. M/V does not agree to be overtaken. 42. What is your present course?

43. My present course is 310 degrees. 44. Advise you to port side. Part 17. MASTER'S ORDERS 1. in dense fog , keep a sharp lookout and navigate with caution 2. call me when vessel arraives at dalian. 3. call me at any time if in doubt. 4. inform me at any time if the bridge needs me. 5. when on duty ,strictly obey night orders. 6. check gyro and magnetic courses frequently. 7. alter course to 175 when the distance recorder shows 610 miles and report to me 8. don’t determine the position in accordance with a little radar information 9. test auto pilot once each watch. 10.never alter course without my instruction unless close quarters situation imminent. 11.take celestial azimuth and find compass error on each watch if the weather is fine. 12.use echo sounder frequently when passing over shallow water 13.when passing one fathom bank ,check the depth

14.keep a sharp look out for passing vessels and fishing boats ,especially the boat carring no lights 15.when on watching at night ,strictly obey the maritime traffic safety laws of japances coast. 16.Keep a good look out for lands later in night ,let me know when you sight any land. 17.Keep a good look out for vessels and fishing boats and do not to approach too close to them. 18.read and note the barometer every hour ,and keep cautious watch on seas and winds. 19.call me if the fog set in ,sound regulation whistle ,watch echo sounding and radar at an interval not more than 20 minutes. 20.adjust all clocks at mid-night by zone time signal 21.orders as usual 22.same as above 23.same orders as last night 24.General orders are the same as before. Part 18. HANDOVERS 1. everthing is in order. 2. there is a fishing boat ahead 3. navaids working normally

4. your handover is not clear. 5. Please read and sign captain’s night orders. 6. Ship is deviates to port of course due to current. 7. change the chart at the next alteration position. 8. there is no vessel around,everything ok 9. I have reported to dalian port control 10.pay extra attention to moorings during spring tide 11.pay more attention to cables during the strong wind. 12.the radar no.2 shows no trace. 13.the radar is on ,check the course again 14.there are 5 miles to go to barr head lighthouse. 15.the captain’s orders include give a wide berth for crossing vessels. 16.pay special attention to fishing boat ahead ,navaids work in normal condition. 17.course 180 true magnetic 185 , speed 15 kn, sea moderate. 18.are you clear for all items? 19.thank you for comeing on time 20.change chart at next alteration position. 21.there is no vessel in the vicinity ,everything is ok 22.remember we engine takes a long time to reverse

23.a container vessel wished to overtake us ,I did not agree. 24.there is 5 nautical miles left to barr head lighthouse. 25.the gyro compass error has been adjusted. Part 19. CARGO CARE 1. what is air change rate of hold ventilators? 2. Air change rate of hold ventilators 3 cubic metres per minute. 3. are temperature recorders in hold operational? 4. Are humidity recorders in hold switched on? 5. holds must be inspected by surveyor before loading. 6. Check reefer holds for proper loading preparation and report. 7. Reefer holds must be pre-cooled for survey 8. Holds will clean (dry and free of smell) in 20 minutes. 9. check operation of hold ventilators and report. 10.Hold ventilators are in operation. 11.is certificate of survey available and complete? 12.Examine cargo periodically during voyage. 13.Check lashings and securings every 8 hours.

Part 20. DESCRIBING DAMAGE TO THE CARGO

1. inflammable cargos are in bad condition. 2. Package of dry cargo is dump. 3. Package of corn is mouldy 4. Package of heavy lifts marked by fresh water. 5. Metal of machinery cargo is rusty. 6. Bands of steel are missing. 7. Bands of steel are broken. 8. Labels on transhipment cargo are illegible. 9. Contents of drums unknown. 10.Labels on package cargo are false. 11.Weight of bagged cargo unknown. 12.Drums(barrels) deformed. 13.Cartons with glass crushed. 14.Bags with starch are not fill 15.4 containers damaged before loading. 16.3 containers damaged by heave seas. 17.2 containers are washed overboard 18.Humidity of quick lime above normal. 19.Switch on hold ventilators to exhaust air. 20.switch off automatic temperature recorder. 21.replug reefer containers in no.1 hold 22.protect deck cargo of wool agaist sun.

Part 21. LIFEBOATS AND LIFERAFTS 1. check launching tracks. 2. check working parts 3. Securing of no.1 lifeboat not in correct position 4. Securing of no.1 lifeboat is damaged . 5. Fuel tank of no. 1 lifeboat is full. 6. Oil level of no.2 lifeboat engine is normal. 7. operate lifeboat engine 8. No.no.1 lifeboat engine not operational yet. 9. Bilge pumps of no.2 lifeboat not operational yet. 10.check slip gears in lifeboat 11.Slip gears in correct position and secured. 12.Check certificate of launching gear expired. 13.launch no.2 lifeboat 14.hoist no.2 lifeboat 15.secure lifeboats 16.Inflation cord of no.4 lifeboat not secured on board. 17.Replace lifeboat in next port. Part 22. FIRE FIGHTING 1. Is everything in order? 2. Yes,everything is in order. 3. check fire alarm displays on bridge

4. Gas system is not operational. 5. Sprinkler system in engine room is not operational 6. Short circuit in no.4 hold. Part 23. REPORTING FIRE 1. fire on board. 2. Smoke in engine room 3. Fire in engine room 4. Explosion in no.3 hold 5. Smoke in superstructure. 6. Fire in accommodation 7. Smoke comes from ventilators 8. Burnt smell in living spaces. 9. what is on fire. Fuel is on fire. 10.Is the smoke toxic? 11.is fire under control? Yes, fire is under control. 12.what is damage? No. damage. Minor damage in hold. Major damage in accommodation. No power supply. 13.pressure on fire mains 14.fire main under pressure. 15.shut down the main engines. 16.stop fuel 17.fuel is stopped.

18.close hatch covers 19.hatch covers are closed 20.switch off ventilators. 21.Ventilators are switched off. 22.turn bow to windward. 23.Bow is turned to windward 24.take two fire parties to scene 25.take two rescue teams to scene. 26.take following safety measure and report. 27.Have 4 members in one team. 28.Have lifeline between each others. 29.Have rescue team on stand by. 30.Rescue team is standing by. 31.keep visual contact. 32.Maintain radio contact on VHF channel 17. 33.fire party must have following outfit. 34.Fire party must put on protective clothing. 35.chief officer is in command of fire party. 36.Agree retreat 37.Visual retreat signal for fire party is sent with lamp. 38.Acoustic retreat signal for fire party is one long blast on the whistle.

39.run out fire hoses 40.water is on. 41.water is not on. 42.cool down boundaries with water 43.Cool down bulkheads to engine room with water. 44.is fire extinguished? 45.is fire under control? 46.Fire re-stricked to engineroom 47.post fire watches 48.check fire area every 10 minutes for re-ignition. 49.Fire alarm cancelled. Part 24. ROLL CALL AND ABANDON SHIP 1. report number of persons at muster stations 2. all persons at assembly station are 15. 3. Search for missing passengers and report 4. recover persons in water 5. Equipment of crew at assembly staiton complete. 6. passengers and crew . follow lifeboatmen to lifeboat station on embarkation deck. 7. no.1 lifeboat alongside at embarkation deck. 8. Get on lifeboat and report. 9. no.2 lifboat entered.

10.let go no.5 liferaft 11.throw over board no.6 liferaft 12.No.6 liferaft thrown over board. 13.inform coast radio stations in vicinity about number of lifeboats launched 14.Rescue boat .assist no.1 lifeboat 15.report how many lifeboats in sight. 16.Number of lifeboats in sight :6 17.contact lifeboat on radio and report. 18.no.2 lifeboat is standing clear of vessel 19.I has abandoned vessel as collision at 24 degrees 19 minutes north,121 degrees 18 minutes east. 20.lifeboats connected. 21.connect lifeboat with lines 22.Three lifeboats connected. Part 25. EMERGENCY INCIDENT 1. take actions according to emergency plan 2. turn vessel out of wind-leaking gas poisonous. 3. put on protective clothing and breathing apparatus. 4. Use absorbents for leakage . 5. separate contaminated goods from other goods . 6. only open container when smoking stopped.

7. cool down container with water. 8. ventilate hold carefully . 9. close hatch –swith on fire extinguishing system. 10.rescue persons immediately 11.Take injured persons to safe area. Part 26. FLOODING 进水 1. I have leak below water line 2. I am flooding 3. can you stop leakage? 4. can you control flooding? 5. what kind of assistance do you require? 6. I have dangerous list. 7. I am in critical condition. 8. how many compartments flooded? 9. Two compartments flood. 10.flooding under control 11.can you proceed without assistance? Yes, I can proceed without assistance. 12.I require escort. Part 27. COLLISION 1. I have collided with unknown object 2. what is the damage?

3. I have minor damage above water line. 4. I have major damage above water line. 5. can you repair damage by yourself? 6. Make records in the log 7. Exchange information with the other ship 8. Make a sea protest of first arrival port 9. Collect all the necessary evidence. 10.Contact the PNI local correspondent. 11.Give in the investigation forms Part 28. AGROUND 1. I went aground in position 17-15n,121-32e. 2. I went aground at high water. 3. what part is aground? 4. I am stranded on rocky bottom amidship 5. uncharted rocks in position 31-14n, 159-26e. 6. can you jettison cargo forward to refloat? 7. Attention . do not jettison IMO –class cargo. 8. when do you expect to refloat? 9. I expect to refloat when tide rises. 10.can you beach? Yes, I can beach in position 14-45n, 049-34e Part 29. LIST, DANGER OF CAPSIZING

1. I have heavy list to port side. 2. I have heavy list due to flooding. 3. I have heavy list due to shifting of cargo. 4. list increasing 5. list decreasing. 6. I am in danger of capsizing. 7. can you transfer cargo to stop listing? Yes, I can transfer 200 tons of cargo. 8. I have transfered cargo but I can’t stop the list. 9. the ballast port tank to stop capsize Part 30. SINKING 1. I am making water. 2. I am in critical condition 3. I am sinking in position 03-17n, 090-18e. 4. I am sinking after collision. 5. Can you stop sinking by pumping out water? 6. I will sink in 2 hours. 7. I expect to reach you within 2 hours. 8. I require helicopter assistance. 9. I proceed to your assistance. Part 31. DISABLED AND ADRIFT 1. my engine is broken down.

2. Fishing nets have fouled my propeller. 3. I am out of power. 4. I have put of not under conmand signal 5. My vessel is not under command. 6. I have hoisted two balls in vertical line. 7. I am adrift near position 17-18n, 115-31e 8. I am adrift from 17-18n, 115-31e at 5 knots indirection 113 degrees Part 32. ARMED ATTACK/PIRACY 1. keep watch for pirates. 2. I am under attack of pirate. 3. I was attacked by pirates 4. Pirates on board 5. Pirates approaching the bridge 6. Pirates are following us 7. A boat with malacca flag require us to stop and upset inspection 8. Approach to the nearliest port and upset inspection there Part 33. DISTRESS/URGENCY MESSAGES 1. MAYDAY, MAYDAY, MAYDAY. (同法语 m’aider 帮 助我之意) 2. CQ,CQ,CQ. (读成 charlie quebec)

3. HELLO ALL STATIONS. HELLO ALL STATIONS. HELLO ALL STATIONS. 4. seelonce feenee. (读作 silence fini) 5. Seelonce MAYDAY 6. pru-donce(读作 prudence) 7. MAYDAY RELAY, MAYDAY RELAY, MAYDAY RELAY. 8. DE(读作 DELTA ECHO) 9. I require tug assistance. 10.I proceed to your assistance. 11.What is your position 12.My position is 33 degrees 45minutes north 121 degrees 19 minutes east 13.What is your present course and speed? 14.My present course is 175 degrees,my speed is 18.5knots. 15.How many persons on board.Persons on board 30 16.report injured persons, no person injured. Number of injured person:5 number on casualties:3 17.Will you abandon the vessel 18.I will not abandon the vessel if the list is stopped by transferring ballast 19.I will abandon the vessel if listing not stop in 20 minutes

20.What is weather situation in your position?wind northeast Beaufort force 6 visibility is 8 nautical miles, sea 4meters swell 2meters current 5 knots inderication 093 degrees 21.What problems do you have?I have problems with main engine,I am manoeuvring with difficulty 22.Keep clear of me. 23.Navigate with caution. 24.Keep in concact with VHF channel 16 25.Vessel is in vicinity of position 7 degrees 6minutes south 109degrees 38minutes east . keep sharp look out. Part 34. RESTRICTED VISIBILITY 1. what is visibility in your position? 2. Visibility in my position is 3 nautical miles. 3. Visibility variable. 4. is visibility expected to change in my position? 5. Yes, visibility expected to increase to 4 nautical miles in your position. 6. Yes, visibility expected to decrease to 1 nautical mile in your position . 7. Yes, visibility expected to be variable Part 35. ICEAREA

1. what is latest ice information? 2. Ice warning , iceberg located in position 67-34n,036-45e 3. No ice located in area around philip channel. 4. what ice situation is expected in my position? 5. Ice situation expected to improve in your position. 6. Ice situation expected to deteriorate in your position. 7. Ice expected to break up in your position 8. Ice expected to open in your position. 9. Ice expected to freeze together in your position 10.navigation in area around vladivostock without ice-breaker assistance is only possible for high-powered vessels of strong construction. 11.area around greenland temporarily closed for navigation. 12.danger of icing in area around fairway. Part 36. ABNORMAL TIDES 1. present tide is 0.5 metres above datum in position 15-20n, 105-38e. 2. tide above prediction. 3. tide rising . 4. tide falling. 5. wait until high water.

6. abnormally high tides are expected in position 05-30n, 103-00e 7. is the sufficient depth of water in position 01-38n, 034-50e? 8. Yes, sufficient depth of water in position 01-38n, 034-50e

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郭小令 2014 年 3 月 21 日星期五




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