Ultimate Oral Question Bank for Deck Officers
(1) Action following a collision or sustaining damage of any kind. View ans (2) Actions on grounding, methods of refloating, surveys subsequent re-floating. View ans mpaoral.co.nr (3) Vessel aground. What will be your actions? View ans
(4) You have a hole in FO tank. What would you do? View ans
(5) What parties to be informed in case of aground? View ans (6) At 0200 Hrs, your OOW informed that v/l is aground. What are your immediate and follow-up actions? View ans (7) What actions you will take to refloat the ship? View ans (8) All your measures to refloat the vessel is failed. What will you do? (9) You are able to refloat the vessel. But your rudder/ propeller is damaged. What will you do? (10) While aground, you are approached by two tugs, one LOF and other towage contract. Which one you will choose? Why? Or Both offering LOF. Which one will you choose? Will you choose both? (11) Rudder/ propeller is lost. What is your action?
(12) Collisions with another vessel: action. View ans
(a) Hull damage: action, damage control plan.
(b) No damage: action.
(c) As a result of collision, you have a hole under the water line of No-1 cargo hold. How would you repair it? (d) As a result of collision, your No-1 hold flodded. What is your action as a master? View ans (13) Steps to be taken when disabled and in distress.
(14) Preservation of passengers and crews in the event of wreck. (15) Abandoning ship: survival procedures.
(16) Communication with the shore.
(17) Sequence for sending distress alert. Which one last? Why? (18) Wind force 6/7. Every one inside the lifeboat except winchman. How would you take him? (19) How would you launch/ recover lifeboat in 6/7 wind force? (20) How will you lower lifeboat in heavy weather condition? View ans (21) What are the Master’s obligation in meeting distress situation? (22) After futile attempts of floating your stranded vessel, what options do you have? (23) Your vessel is stranded. What is your action?
(24) Assisting a ship or aircraft in distress
(25) Rescuing passengers and crews of a disabled ship or ditched aircraft. View ans (26) Launching of rescue boat.
(27) What actions will you take after received a distress message? view ans (28) How to proceed to rescue? view ans
(29) At sea you receive a distress signal 30 miles off. What is your action? View ans (30) Distress alert 850miles away: will you proceed? Why?
(31) No survivor after going for rescue: actions. View ans
(32) 25 survivors floating on a survival craft: how will you rescue them? How it an be expedited? View ans (33) Distress relay on various frequencies, action. view ans (34) A ship in distress requested you to tow her. Are you obliged? (35) If you are not obliged, why is it necessary to enter in log book? (36) What are the distress frequencies? View Ans
(37) Can you relay a distress message? View ans
(38) How will you rescue a ship in heavy weather?
(39) How will you rescue survivors scattered in the water? View ans (40) When master is not obliged to assist? Or Actions when master is released from obligation and proceed. (41) What preparations you will take for rescue operation? (42) You have picked some survivors. What actions you will take? (43) Bad weather maneuvers View ans
(44) Precautions at anchor and at sea View ans
(45) Use of oil View ans
(46) Actions in TRS. View ans
(47) Master’s obligations in TRS. View ans
(48) What is synchronized rolling? What to do when you experience this? View ans (49) How would you determine that the ship experiencing synchronized rolling? View ans (50) What are the following seas and quartering seas? What you would do if you encounter them? View ans (51) What is synchronized pitching? How would you determine? What actions will you take? View ans (52) Heavy weather to be encountered. What actions will you take? View ans (53) Your ETA delayed by 10h, what actions will you take? Under which rule? (54)...
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