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  • 3.Navigational Marks
  • Approaching Maas centre buoy
  • NE from Goeree light beacon
  • Between Eurogeul buoys E. 11 and E. 13.
  • Passing South from Deutsche Bucht light vessel
  • Leaving Barrow Deep
  • 4.Reporting Points
  • Approaching waypoint T.5, Texas City. 11:11 local
  • Waypoint 10 Gryten. 12:00 local
  • Waypoint 30 Klubbensborg 06:30 local -Waypoint, buoy number 135: Finkenwerder,! 1:30 local
  • Crayfordness Point, 20:00 local
  • Exercise 30. Form the sentences rising the data of the position of a vessel with regard to Barr Head lighthouse

    1. 248°, 3.0 miles;5.140°, 5.2 miles;
    2. 359°, 4.1 miles;6.37°, 4.0 miles;
    3. 41°, 1.2 miles;7.127°, 2.5 miles;
    4. 86°, 0.9 miles;8.165°, 10 miles.

    Exercise 31. Translate from Russian into English

    1. В точке 15° 34' северной широты и 61° 29' западной долготы производятся спасательные работы.
    2. Ваше место от маяка Бар-Хед по пеленгу 137° на расстоянии 2.4 мили.
    3. Неизвестное судно находится к северо-востоку от мыса К. По пеленгу 125° на расстоянии 2 миль.
    4. Мое местоположение 35° 23' северной широты и 47° восточной долготы.
    5. Между СВ буями Е. 11 и Е. 15 плавают обломки судна.

    Exercise 32. Define the position of your vessel and convey it in two ways. Begin with the words 'Myposition is... '

    of Standard Phrases defined by use and response

    Conversation controlsStandard phraseMeaningTranslationResponse (phrase/action)BreakI must break into this conversation for urgent reasonsПрерываю.Respondent allows user of the word break to change the subject or to terminate prematurely.Nothing moreI have finished my message. You are free to change subject or terminate.У меня все.Respondent changes subject or terminates the conversation.Please acknowledgeIndicate that you have received what I have just said.Подтвердите прием.Respondent gives the appropriate reply marker 'I received following information' or says 'understood'Please read backRead back to me the information I have just given.Повторите переданное мною.Read backStay onDo not terminate this conversation or change the subject because I have more to sayНе прекращайте связь.Respondent replies to the message 'you may continue the conversation' then says 'over'.UnderstoodI received the following information which I shall now read back to you.Я принял следующую информацию, которую повторю.Readback is correct, (optional)CorrectionI have just made a mistake in this transmission. The information should be...Исправляю.Readbackis correctYou have received my information correctly.Принято правильно.Markers

    Maritime messages should be short accurate and relevant and message markers are used to indicate the message type, to avoid confusions. So, after the ship's identity exchanges (2 stages) the operator can continue his transmission using message initiated by the message marker. Here're 7 types of message and reply markers:

     

    MESSAGE MARKERREPLY MARKERQUESTION e.g. Question: what is your ETA ?ANSWER e.g. Answer: My ETA is time: one-six-two-five GMTINSTRUCTION e.g. Instruction: go to berth number: two five.INSTRUCTION-RECEIVED e.g. Instruction-received, go to berth number: two five, positive.ADVICE e.g. Advice: please anchor, position: bearing: one-jive-four degrees true, from Keel Point: distance one mile.ADVICE-RECEIVED e.g Advice-received: anchor, position: bearing: one-five-four degrees true, from Keel Point. Distance one mile.REQUEST e.g. Request: please send, quantity: Jive cylinders.REQUEST-RECEIVED e.g. Request-received: Send, quantity: five cylinders.INFORMATION e.g. Information: the pilot is waiting now at position: near buoy number: two-six.INFORMATION-RECEIVED e.g. Information-received: the pilot is waiting now at position: near buoy number: two-six.WARNING e.g. Warning: buoy number: two bravo is not HiWARNING-RECEIVED e.g. Warning-received: buoy number: two bravo is not lit.INTENTION e.g. Intention: I intend to reduce speed, new speed: six knots.INTENTION-RECEIVED e.g. Intention-received: you intend to reduce speed, new speed' six knots.833. Listen and read after the speaker. Choose the right variant

     

    1. QuestionСовет просьба вопрос5.Intentionнамерение просьба b) ответ2.Answera) намерение b) просьба c) ответ6.Warninga) предупреждение b) инструкция c) совет3. Requesta) просьба b) совет c) предупреждение7. Advicea) просьба b) совет c) ответ4.1nformationa) инструкция b) вопрос c) информация8. Instructiona) информация b) инструкция c) просьба

    Exercise 34. Listen to the messages and define the type of a message marker in English

    1. What is your position?
    2. Do not overtake.
    3. Advise you to pass astern of me.
    4. Please send medical assistance.
    5. My ETA at East Pier is 16:30 local time.
    6. You are running into danger.
    7. I intend to reduce speed, new speed: 5 knots.

    Exercise 35. Put a suitable message marker in the blank spaces in the message below

    1 Stop immediately

    2Steer course: one-seven-zero degrees true.

    The ship ahead of you is not under command.

    The leading lights are not lit.

    Please send a doctor immediately

    The wind direction is: NE, force: 6

    The visibility is poor

    What is the depth in the outer fairway?

    I intend to change course. New course: two-two-zero de grees true.

    10Please give me a weather report.

    11Do not anchor near South point: reason: diving operations will begin at time: 09:30

    Exercise 36. Construct messages using message markers in writing. Practise them orally (AJQuestions: Ask a ship to give you her position. Question: what is your position?

    1. Ask if buoy maintenance operations are completed in a fairway A.
    2. Ask ship for her ETA at the harbour entrance.
    3. Ask a shore station for your berth number*
    4. Ask if the pilot service is operating normally.
    5. Ask how many cranes are operational at berth thirty. (B)Instractions and Advice

    Example: Instruct or advise a vessel to reduce speed before waypoint number three.: reduce speed before waypoint number: three. Advice: reduce speed before waypoint number three.

    1. Instruct or advise a vessel to stop her engines immediately.
    2. Instruct or advise a vessel to change course to a new course of one-three-three degrees true.

    3. Instruct or advise a vessel to make fast to the lock tail.

    (C) Requests: Ask the chandler to deliver the stores before two-thirty this afternoon.: please deliver the stores before time: one-four- three-zero local.

    1. Ask for permission to enter sector two.
    2. Ask for a doctor
    3. Make a request for fresh water (2,000 tones) (D)Piece of information and Warnings.

    Example: Inform or Warn a ship that buoy number 33 is off position. Warning: buoy number: three - three is off position.

    1. Inform or warn ships that the ice-breaker is aground.
    2. Tell a shore station that your ETA at the pilot station is eleven o'clock in the morning (local time)
    3. Inform ships that the pilot service is suspended.

    4.Warn the coastguard that you are not under command.
    (E) Intentions

    Example: tell the ship behind you that you intend to reduce speed to five knots. Intention: I intend to reduce speed. Mew speed: five knots.

    1. Tell the shore station that you will proceed to the anchorage.
    2. Tell the harbour station that you intend to close down (radio) now.
    3. Announce that you intend to change course to a new course of 210 degrees true.

    Exercise 37. Using the information given below respond to the messages given in exercise 38. (A) Practise them orally38

    (a)Example: give your position as bearing 2 70° true, from West Cape, distance 6 miles.: My position is bearing: two-seven-zero degrees true, from West Cape distance six miles.

    1. Buoy maintenance operations are completed.(begin the message pattern with the word 'positive')
    2. ETA is 12:00 GMT
    3. Berth number is 14A
    4. The service is operating normally

    5.Three cranes are operational

    (b)Responses to instruction or adviceto the message as below:: agree to comply with the instruction.

    'Instruction:Received reduce speed before waypoint number: three, positive.

    1. agree
    2. disagree

    3. agree

    (c)Respond to the message as below:

    Example: State that you are unable to deliver the supplies at that time. 'Request -received: deliver the supplies before time: one-four-three-zero local, negative'

    1. agree to request (begin 'you are permitted to')
    2. agree to send a doctor
    3. agree to supply

    (d)Respond to the message as below:: acknowledge the warning.

    Warning -received: buoy number three-three is off position

    1. Acknowledge this warning
    2. Acknowledge this information
    3. Acknowledge this information
    4. Acknowledge this warning

    (e)Respond to the message as below:: acknowledge the message

    Intention -received: you intend to reduce speed, new speed: five knots.

    1. Acknowledge this message
    2. Acknowledge this message
    3. Acknowledge this message

    Exercise 39. Construct messages, giving reasons for the information provided Practise them orally: Tell ships that the pilot service is suspended due to bad weather. 'Information: the pilot service is suspended, reason: bad weather'

    1.Reply to the followi

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