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PLANIFICAREA I EXECUTAREA

VOIAJULUI

NDRUMAR DE LABORATOR
Anul 4 TM

PLANIFICAREA SI EXECUTAREA VOIAJULUI


Corelare Cursuri Laboratoare
Sapt.
1.

Cursul
Nr.

Denumire CURS
Principii privind Planificarea /
Executarea / Monitorizarea voiajelor
- IMO Resolution A.893(21)]

Ore

Nr.
Lab

L1
L2
+
L3

2.

3.

Planificarea Voiajului (1)


- Etapele planificarii
- Detalii pt planificare

L5
+
L6

4.

5.

6.

L4

Planificarea Voiajului (2)


- Stabilirea rutei
- Trasarea i marcarea rutei de navigaie
pe harta tiprit

L7
L8
+
L9

Descriere coninut
Abrevieri pt notaii pe hri
Checklist-uri pt planificare voiaj
Voyage Planning sheet
Teorie MOB
Executare Voiaj
Simulare MOB (Irish Sea)
Pregatire voiaj
HONK-KONG
Pregatire voiaj - Tranzit TSS
marcare hart
tehnici W/O
Pregatire voiaj
HONK-KONG
Pregatire voiaj
marcare hart
UKC / VTS report / anchoring
Pregatire voiaj
HONK-KONG
Terminat checklist
Paralele Indicatoare
Executare Voiaj
HONK-KONG
exercitii W/O - Tranzit TSS

Ore
2

Simulare

Simulare

Simulare

7.

Planificarea Voiajului (3)


- Utilizare ECDIS - Trasarea i marcarea
rutei de navigaie pe harta electronic

Executarea voiajului (1)


- Compararea planului cu situaia concret
- Adaptarea planului la condiiile existente

- approach pilot station + manevra


ancorare
- LIVERPOOL

10.

11.

Executarea voiajului (1)


- Compararea planului cu situaia concret
- Adaptarea planului la condiiile existente

14.

L19
L20
+
L21

Executare Voiaj
Inbound DUBLIN
intrare port Dublin acostare la dan

L 13
L14
+
L15

L16
L17
+
L18

12.

13.

L10

L11
+
L12

8.

9.

Pregatire voiaj
DOVER 1
Boulogne Dover (fr intrare port)
prin TSS + traversat TSS
Definitivat planificare voiaj +
Executare Voiaj
DOVER 1
prin TSS + traversat TSS
fr intrare port
Pregatire voiaj
approach pilot station + manevra
ancorare
LIVERPOOL
Pregatire voiaj
Outbound LIVERPOOL
Pregatire voiaj Dan-Dan: Liverpool
Dublin
Pregatire voiaj
Inbound DUBLIN
Pregtire intrare port Dublin
Executare Voiaj
Outbound LIVERPOOL
Plecare de la dan
Executare Voiaj
LIVERPOOL to DUBLIN

Monitorizarea voiajului
- Proceduri privind efectuarea cartului de
navigaie a.. s se navige n siguran i
s se asigure respectarea rutei planificate

Simulare

Simulare

Simulare

Simulare

Planificarea i Executarea Voiajului

Laborator 1

Abrevieri pt notaii pe hri


Checklist-uri pt planificare voiaj
Voyage Planning sheet

1. Simboluri i abrevieri utilizate pentru adnotarea


hrii

2. Check list-uri pentru planificare voiaj

Admiralty List of Radio Signals (ALRS)

Volume 1: Coast Radio Stations (2 parts)


particulars of coast radio stations, including call signs,
hours of service, transmitting and receiving frequencies, and the times of
traffic lists.
Part 1 (NP 281(1)) covers Europe, Africa and Asia
Part 2 (NP 281(2)) covers the Philippines, Indonesia, Australasia, the
Americas, Greenland and Iceland.
Volume 2: Radio Navigational Aids (NP 282)
contains particulars of radiobeacons;
radio direction-finding stations;
calibration stations (stations giving special transmissions for the calibration of
ships DF);
radar beacons (racons and ramarks).
Volume 3: Radio Weather Services (NP 283)
contains particulars of radio weather services
Frequencies and times of transmission of storm warnings and other
weather messages,
Details of ships weather reports are also given in this volume.
Volume 3a (NP 283a) shows
the regions, zones and coast radio stations for the collection and dissemination
of ships weather reports,
limits of forecast areas covered by radio weather transmissions.
Volume 4: Meteorological Observation Stations (NP 284) comprises a list of worldwide meteorological observation stations.
Volume 5: Radio Time Signals: Radio Navigational Warnings: Position fixing
Systems (NP 285) contains particulars of:
standard (legal) times, including radio time signals,and a list of stations
providing radio time signals
radio navigational warnings including details of the world-wide
navigational (NAVAREA) Warning Service;
ice reports;
a list of stations transmitting radio navigational warnings
electronic position-fixing systems (Loran-C and satellite navigation).
Volume 6: Port Operations, Pilot Services and Traffic Management (2 parts)
contains particulars of:
stations working in the Port Operations and Information Services; services to
assist vessels requiring pilots;
Services concerned with traffic management.
Details of various ship movement report systems such as MAREP (English
Channel) are also given in this volume.
Part 1 (NP 286(1)) covers NW Europe and the Mediterranean.
Part 2 (NP 286(2)) covers Africa and Asia, Australasia, Americas, Greenland and
Iceland.

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3. Passage Plan Sheet

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Passage Plan Sheet


- model de completare

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Planificarea i Executarea Voiajului

Laborator 2 + 3

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Sesiunea de Simulare nr. 1 (Lab. 2-3)


Ruta de navigaie :
IS. OF MAN DROGHEDA (BA 44)
Start: 53 30 N; 005 30 W
Du1= 000;

Corectia girocompasului = 0.0

2. Scenario description
Course 000, Autopilot On
At instructor order:
o Start Single turn maneuver
o End Single turn maneuver
Exercise Paused find MOB with
binoculars
Resume exercise engage
Autopilot on course 000
At instructor order:
o Start Williamson turn
o End Williamson turn
Exercise Paused find MOB with
binoculars
Resume exercise
Turn ship on 000 course / engage
Autopilot
At instructor order:
o Start Scharnow turn
o End Scharnow turn
Pause exercise find MOB with
binoculars
Stop Sim 4 no drift
2. Obiective

 pornit/setat radar Bridge Master scala 12 NM, MODE: RM-NUP, EBL/VRM On,
EBL setat = True

 observat caracteristicile navei


 conducerea navei pe baza informaiilor oferite de sistemul de navigatie GPS
 efectuarea manevrelor de recuperare MOB
 observarea indicaiilor echipamentelor de navigaie (drum giro, magnetic, loch,
sond)

 determinarea punctului navei pe baza indicaiilor GPS la intervale de maxim 10


minute:

 raportri VHS utiliznd IMO SRS ctre Drogheda Port Control . VHF ch. 87
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MOB maneuvers
Single turn (270 maneuver)
Ship is Full Ahead
Rudder hard over (in an "immediate action"
situation, only to the side of the casualty) .
Engine remains at initial speed
After deviation from the original course by 250,
rudder to midship position
Stopping maneuver to be initiated.

Williamson turn
OS is Full Speed
Rudder hard over (in an "immediate action"
situation, only to the side of the casualty).
Engine remains at initial speed
After deviation from the original course by 60,
rudder hard over to the opposite side.
When heading 20 short of opposite course,
rudder to midship position.

Scharnow turn
OS is Full Ahead
Rudder hard over.
Engine remains at initial speed
After deviation from the original course by 240,
rudder hard over to the opposite side.
When heading 20 short of opposite course, rudder
to midship position so that ship will turn to
opposite course.

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CHECK LIST for MOB Immediate Action

Release lifebuoy with light and smoke signal on the side the
crew member has fallen overboard

Take immediate avoiding action so as not to run over the


man overboard

Note ship's position, wind speed and direction and time

Sound three prolonged blasts of the ship's whistle and repeat


as necessary

Post a lookout with binoculars and instructions to maintain a


continuous watch on the man overboard

Hoist signal flag 'O'

Commence a recovery manoeuvre, such as a Williamson turn

Engage hand steering, if helmsman available

Inform master, if not already on the bridge

Inform engine room

Place engines on stand-by Muster rescue boat's crew


launching

Distribute portable VHF radios for communication

Rig pilot ladder/nets to assist in the recovery

Make ship's position available to radio room/GMDSS station

Broadcast DISTRESS message to ships in the vicinity

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SITUAIA DE OM LA AP ESTE IN MOD NORMAL O SITUATIE DE URGEN, DAR ESTE


CORECT I TRANSMITEREA MESAJULUI CA MESAJ DE PRIMEJDIE, MAI ALES DAC SE
SOLICIT ASISTEN PENTRU EFECTUAREA OPERAIUNILOR DE CUTARE

Apelul i Mesajul de primejdie n RTF, are urmtorul format:













semnalul de primejdie MAYDAY, x 3;


THIS IS;
numele i indicativul radio al navei aflate n primejdie, x 3
MAYDAY x 1;
numele i indicativul radio al navei aflate n primejdie, x 1;
poziia navei;
caracterizarea situaiei de primejdie;
tipul de asisten care este solictat;
alte informaii utile care s faciliteze salvarea;
OVER.

Formatul unui apel/mesaj de urgen :












semnalul de urgen PAN PAN, repetat de 3 ori;


THIS IS;
numele i indicativul radio al staiei care transmite, repetate de 3 ori.
PAN PAN, x 1;
numele i indicativul radio al staiei care transmite, rostit o singur dat;
poziia navei;
caracterizarea situaiei de urgen;
tipul de asisten care este solictat;
OVER.

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Fi nregistrare date SCENARIU


LAMBEY IS. ARKLOW
PEV 1 - MOB

Exercise name:
File name:
Subject:
Created:

Simulation 1
February 2009

Training Objective

1.2.2.1.26 -1.2.2.1.27
1.2.1.7
1.2.2.1.1 - 1.2.2.1.2
1.2.1.22

1.2.2.1.25
1.2.2.1.27
1.2.2.1.29
1.1.7.1
Standards

Duration
Name
Charts no.
Characteristics
Own Ship type
Traffic situation
Time of day
Current (dir./spd.)
Tide
Wind (dir./spd.)
Sea (dir./high)
Visibility

Long > 120 min


Area Description
Irish Sea
44
Operational level
Container Ship 3
NIL
Environment
DAY
no
no
calm
calm
Good
Event Description

TASK: Maneuver for man overboard


Ruta de navigaie : NORTH BOUND IRISH SEA (BA 44)
Corectia girocompasului = 0.0
Obiective

navigatie GPS raportri VHS utiliznd imo SRS ctre Drogheda Port Control i Carlingford
VTS. VHF ch. 87

MOB Single turn / Williamson turn / Scharnow turn dupa efectuarea primei
schimbari de drum se anun MOB

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Own Ship informations


DATA
OS 1
Type
Container 3
Name
TORRES
Call sign
MNNT
full
Load
conditions
Max. Draft
Starting position
LAT
53 30 N
LONG
005 30 W
Initial
Du1= 000;
course

Initial speed FSA


Nav. Equipment
yes
RADAR
no
ARPA
yes
GPS
no
LORAN
no
ECDIS
yes
RDF
yes
Autopilot
yes
VHF
Additional Info
no
Gyro error
no
Mooring
window
no
Initial failure

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Planificarea i Executarea Voiajului

Laborator 4 + 5-6 + 7

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Sesiunea de Simulare nr. 2


Planificare voiaj - Lab. 4 + 5-6 +7
Executare voiaj - Lab. 8-9
Ruta de navigaie:
ANCHORING SOUTH LAMA ANCHORAGE (HONG KONG)
CHARTS: BA 341; BA 4127
Start: 22 00 N; 114 00 E

Du1= 035; until 3320 T / 5.5 NM to Sham Shui Pai Lt.H.


Du2= 090; until 0200 T / 2.0 NM to Nam Kok Tsui Lt.H.
Du3= 325; until 0330 T / 1.1 NM to Bluff Head Lt.H.
Du4= 260; middle of South West Lama Anchorage area

Etapa 1 - Planificarea voiajului - Obiective

 Consultat documentaia nautic pentru zona respectiv:


 Caracteristici nav
 Sailing Directions
 ALRS
 Tide Tables

 Verificat ndeplinirea operaiunilor de planificare a voiajului conform Check List


 trasat ruta de navigaie
 completat Route Planning Sheet
 elemente PI pt. efectuarea schimbarilor de drum
 continutul raportrilor ctre MARDEP Honk Kong
Name
Call Sign
Flag
Destination
dwd
cargo

Nava 1

Nava 2

Nava 3

Blue Team 1
BTAA1
Panama
Hong Kong
175065

Blue Team 2
BTBB2
UK
Hong Kong
107565

Blue Team 3
BTCC3
Greece
Hong Kong
175060

Blue Team 4
BTDD4
Liberia
Hong Kong
175605

125000 MT
Phosphate
fertilizer

145000 MT

125000 MT
Bagged Rice

135000 MT
CEMENT - IN
BULK

Draft (m)
Ship type
Crew
Owner

17.7
Bulk carrier
18
Empros Lines

18.0
Bulk carrier
21
Carma Line

Port of
departure

Bristol

Cardiff

Coal
18.2
Bulk carrier
22
Grecomar
Shipping
Glasgow

Nava 4

17.9
Bulk carrier
19
Top Pacific
New Haven

Nava 5
Blue Team 5
BTEE5
Bahamas
Hong Kong
175600
125000 MT
UREA in bulk

18.5
Bulk carrier
17
Olympic
Shipping
Liverpool

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Passage Plan Check-list


Anchoring SW Lama area - Honk Kong
(c) Vessel and Cargo
2. Whether the ship is loaded or in ballast ?
4. Would the ship have sufficient UKC ?




Loaded / In Ballast
UKC

(f) Passage
1. Are there any mandatory ship reporting
schemes
4. Has condition and availability of anchorage
been considered?




g) Plan
1. Have the following been marked/drawn on the chart
1.1. Courses as recommended by local/
international regulations
1.3. Wheel over points
1.4. VTS or other reporting points marked on the
chart and noted in the Passage Plan sheet
1.6. Speed reduction points
1.7. Notices to engine room
1.8. Abort points
1.10. Sequence of charts for the passage
1.11 Cross Index Range (CIR) for Parallel
Indexing
1.13. Predicated areas of danger and no-go areas
1.14. Radar Conspicuous objects
1.16. Position from where to move onto next chart
along with Chart Number
1.17. Waypoint number on each waypoint
22. Minimum under keel clearance required
particularly in shallow waters
2. Have the primary and secondary means of
position fixing been agreed upon?
3. Have the position plotting interval been agreed
upon for each leg?

















References
marked on charts
marked on charts
VHF report prepared
marked on charts
marked on charts
marked on charts
marked on charts
marked on charts
marked on charts
marked on charts
marked on charts
marked on charts
Recorded in passage plan sheet
Recorded in passage plan sheet
Recorded in passage plan sheet

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UKC Calculation Form


Vessel

Date

Draft

Forward

Aft

Tide

HW

LW

Channel UKC Calculation


Minimum Depth

Height of tide

Available Depth

Maximum Draft

Static UKC

Channel UKC Calculation


Minimum Depth

Height of tide

Available Depth

Maximum Draft

Static UKC

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IMO STANDARD REPORTING SYSTEM

ALPHA

Ship

BRAVO

Dates and time of event

CHARLIE

Position

DELTA

Position

ECHO

FOXTROT

GOLF

HOTEL

INDIA

JULIET

KILO

LIMA

True course
Speed in knots and
tenths of knots
Port of Departure
Date, time and point of
entry system
Destination and
expected time of arrival
Pilot
Date, time and point of
exit from system
Route information

MIKE

NOVEMBER

OSCAR

PAPA

QUEBEC

TANGO

UNIFORM

VICTOR

WHISKEY

Name, call sign or ship station, and flag.


A 6 digit group giving day of month (first two
digits) hours and minutes (last four digits). If other
than UTC state time zone used.
A 4 digit group giving latitude in degrees and
minutes suffixed with N (north) or S (south) and a
5 digit group giving longitude in degrees and
minutes suffixed with E (east) or W (west);
True bearing (first 3 digits) and distance (state
distance) in nautical miles from a clearly identified
landmark (state landmark).
A 3 digit group
A 3 digit group

Name of last port of call


Entry time expressed as in (B) and into the entry
position expressed as in (C) or (D)
Name of port and date time group expressed as in
(B)
State whether a deep sea or local pilot is on board
Exit time expressed as in (B) and exit position
expressed as in (C) or (D).
Intended track
State in full names of communications
Radio
stations/frequencies guarded
Time of next report
Date time group expressed as in (B)
Maximum present static 4 digit group giving meters and centimeters
draught in meters
Cargo and brief details of any dangerous cargos as
Cargo on board
well as hermful substances
Defects,damage,
Brief detail of defects, damage, deficiencies or
deficiencies or
other limitations
limitations
Details of name and particulars of ship's and/or
Ship's representative
owner representative for provision of information.
and/or owner
Details of name and particulars of ship's and/or
owner representative for provision of information.
Details of length, breadth, tonnage, and type, etc.,
Ship size and type
as required.
Medical personnel
Doctor, physician's assistant, nurse, no medic
Total number of
State number
persons on board

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Etapa 2 - Executarea voiajului - Obiective

 pornit i setat radar ARPA Bridge Master E scala de 12 NM, MODE: RM-NUP,
EBL/VRM On,

 observat caracteristicile navei


 pornit: Sonda Ultrason, cuplat Pilot Automat
 schimbrile de drum i coreciile de rut efectuate manual (Follow up)
 XTE maxim pt Du1 = 0.4 NM
 XTE maxim pt Du1 / Du2 / Du3 = 0.2 NM

 Trasat PI pe radar, succesiv pt:


 Schimbarea de drum 1 (035/090)
 Schimbarea de drum 2 (090/325)
 Schimbarea de drum 3 (325/260)

 observarea indicaiilor echipamentelor de navigaie (drum giro, magnetic, loch, sond)


 identificarea vizual a intelor care apar pe radar
 utilizare functie PLOTARE ELECTRONICA pt a evalua MR a NT, CPA si TCPA
 efectuarea schimbrilor de drum programate - cu respectarea punctului de W/O
 efectuarea manevrelor de evitare avnd n vedere particilaritile zonei de navigaie
 CPA = 0,8-1,2 Mm, la depasire 2-3 cabluri)

 determinarea punctului navei cu observaii vizuale i radar la intervale de max. 5 minute


 executarea manevrei de ancorare
 comunicaii VHF cu MARDEP Hong-Kong n Ch.87

Not:
Echipa de cart se va roti la punctele de lucru: Conning Display, Radar, Lucru pe hart

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Fi nregistrare date SCENARIU


ANCHORING - SW LAMA ANCHORAGE

Exercise name:
File name:
Subject:
Created:

PEV 2 + WO practice Honk Kong


Simulation 2
March 2009

Training Objective

1.2.1.10
1.2.2.1.17
1.2.2.1.4
1.2.2.2.2
1.2.2.2.3
1.2.6.1

1.2.2.1.18
1.2.2.1.16
1.2.2.1.1
1.2.2.1.2
1.2.1.22
1.1.7.9
Standards

Duration

Long > 120 min

Name
Charts no.
Characteristics
Own Ship type
Traffic situation
Time of day
Current (dir./spd.)
Tide
Wind (dir./spd.)
Sea (dir./high)
Visibility

Area Description
China Sea
341 4137
Operational level
Bulk Carrier 2 - FL
Moderate
Environment
day
no

Good 10 NM
Event Description

TASK: tranzit TSS


TASK: W/O course alteration
TASK: Maneuver to avoid risk of collision meeting/crossing
TASK: Maneuver to avoid risk of collision -- overtaking
TASK:









Anchoring

conducerea navei pe pilot automat


schimbrile de drum i coreciile de rut efectuate manual (Follow up)
 XTE maxim = 0.3 NM
observarea indicaiilor echipamentelor de navigaie (drum giro, magnetic, loch, sond)
identificarea situaiilor de coliziune utilizare radar ARPA
efectuarea manevrelor de evitare (ncruciare/depire/drumuri opuse)
alegerea locului de ancoraj
efectuarea manevrei de ancorare

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Own Ship informations


OS 1

DATA
Type

Bulk carrier

Bulk carrier

Bulk carrier

Name

Blue Team 1

Blue Team
2
BTBB2

Blue Team 3

Bulk
carrier
Blue Team
4
BTDD4

Call sign
BTAA1
BTCC3
full
Load
conditions
Max. Draft
17.7
18.0
18.2
17.9
Starting position
LAT
22 00 N
LONG
114 00 E
Initial
Du1= 035; until 3320 T / 5.5 NM to Sham Shui Pai Lt.H.
course
Du2= 090; until 0200 T / 2.0 NM to Nam Kok Tsui Lt.H.

Bulk carrier
Blue Team 5
BTEE5
18.5

Du3= 325; until 0330 T / 1.1 NM to Bluff Head Lt.H.


Du4= 260; middle of South West Lama Anchorage area

Initial speed FSA


Nav. Equipment
yes
RADAR
no
ARPA
yes
GPS
no
LORAN
no
ECDIS
yes
RDF
yes
Autopilot
yes
VHF
Additional Info
no
Gyro error
no
Mooring
window
no
Initial failure
Sch de drum
Dui/Duf
PI 1
PI 2 (DNC)
PI 3

1
035 / 090
035 / 1,9/Bd
090 / 0,3/Tb
090 / 0,7/Tb
Wailingding Is.
North Hd.

2
090 / 325/
090 / 1,8/Bd
325 / 2,6/Tb
325 / 1,5/Tb
Nam Kok Tsui
Hd.

3
325 /260
325 / 1,0/Tb
260 / 1,2/Tb
260 / 0,8/Tb
Bluff Hd.

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Planificarea i Executarea Voiajului

Laborator 10 + 11 - 12

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Sesiunea de Simulare nr. 3


Planificare voiaj - Lab. 10
Executare voiaj - Lab. 11-12
Ruta de navigaie:
CROSSING DOVER STRAIT from BOULOGNE to DOVER (Total dist. aprox. 26 NM)
CHARTS: BA 1892
Start: 50 44.5 N; 001 33.0 E / Date: May 8th, 2006 15,00 LT

Du1= 280; until abeam to Approach Boulogne Cardinal S buoy.


Du2= 350; until abeam to Colbert N Cardinal N buoy.
Du3= 040; until True bearing = 280 / dist.= 4.4 NM to VARNE Lanby Lt..V.
Du4= 333; until Dover Pilot Station.

Etapa 1 - Planificarea voiajului - Obiective

 Consultat caracteristici nav proprie = Car Carrier


 Consultat documentaia nautic pentru zona respectiv:
 Sailing Directions / ALRS / Tide Tables

 trasat ruta de navigaie


 de determinat:
 calcul maree pt port Dover + UKC dynamic
 calcul cureni de maree
 continutul raportrilor VHF i poziia raportrilor
 elemente PI pt. efectuarea schimbrilor de drum 2 i 3 (3 PI, reper Racon VARNE)

 Verificat ndeplinirea operaiunilor de planificare a voiajului conform Check List


 completat Route Planning Sheet
Nava 1
Name
Call Sign
Flag
Destination
GRT
cargo
Draft (m)
Ship type
Crew
Owner
Port of
departure

Blue Team 1
BTAA1
Panama
Dover
19200
478 cars

Nava 2
Blue Team 2
BTBB2
UK
Dover
18700
542 cars

Nava 3

Nava 4

Blue Team 3
BTCC3
Greece
Dover
19600

Blue Team 4
BTDD4
Liberia
Dover
18800

567 cars

441 cars

Nava 5
Blue Team 5
BTEE5
Bahamas
Dover
19300
561 cars

7.4

7.4

7.4

7.4

7.4

Car carrier

Car carrier

Car carrier

Car carrier

Car carrier

18
Empros Lines
Boulogne

21
Carma Line
Boulogne

22
Greenmar
Boulogne

19
Top Pacific
Boulogne

17
Olympic
Boulogne

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Passage Plan Check-list


Anchoring SW Lama area - Honk Kong
(c) Vessel and Cargo
4. Would the ship have sufficient UKC ?

UKC

(d) Weather
2. Have the latest Weather forecasts/warnings
been obtained and checked?
4. Have the latest Navigational Warnings been
taken into account?




(f) Passage
1. Are there any mandatory ship reporting
schemes

g) Plan
1. Have the following been marked/drawn on the chart
1.1. Courses as recommended by local/
international regulations
1.3. Wheel over points
1.4. VTS or other reporting points marked on the
chart and noted in the Passage Plan sheet
1.6. Speed reduction points
1.8. Abort points
1.10. Sequence of charts for the passage
1.12. Tides and currents
1.11 Cross Index Range (CIR) for Parallel
Indexing
1.13. Predicated areas of danger and no-go areas
1.14. Radar Conspicuous objects
1.17. Waypoint number on each waypoint
22. Minimum under keel clearance required
particularly in shallow waters
2. Have the primary and secondary means of
position fixing been agreed upon?
3. Have the position plotting interval been agreed
upon for each leg?
















References
marked on charts
marked on charts
VHF report prepared
marked on charts
marked on charts
marked on charts
marked on charts
marked on charts
marked on charts
marked on charts
marked on charts
Recorded in passage plan sheet
Recorded in passage plan sheet
Recorded in passage plan sheet

34

UKC Calculation Form

Vessel _________________
Draft

Forward =

Tide

HW =

m
m

Date: May 8th, 2006 /


Aft =

LW =

16.30 LT

Dynamic UKC Calculation


Track 4
Height of tide

Available Depth

Maximum Draft

Static UKC

Squat

Dynamic UKC

Pentru a cuantifica efectul de squat se apeleaz la una dintre cele trei variante
de calcul empiric i s se ia n considerare valoarea cea mai mare obinut:
squat [m] = 10% din pescajul navei
sau
squat [m] = 0,3 metri pentru fiecare multiplu de 5 Nd din viteza navei,
sau
squat [m] = VN2 [Nd] /100

35

IMO STANDARD REPORTING SYSTEM

ALPHA

Ship

BRAVO

Dates and time of event

CHARLIE

Position

DELTA

Position

ECHO

FOXTROT

GOLF

HOTEL

INDIA

JULIET

KILO

LIMA

True course
Speed in knots and
tenths of knots
Port of Departure
Date, time and point of
entry system
Destination and
expected time of arrival
Pilot
Date, time and point of
exit from system
Route information

MIKE

NOVEMBER

OSCAR

PAPA

QUEBEC

TANGO

UNIFORM

VICTOR

WHISKEY

Name, call sign or ship station, and flag.


A 6 digit group giving day of month (first two
digits) hours and minutes (last four digits). If other
than UTC state time zone used.
A 4 digit group giving latitude in degrees and
minutes suffixed with N (north) or S (south) and a
5 digit group giving longitude in degrees and
minutes suffixed with E (east) or W (west);
True bearing (first 3 digits) and distance (state
distance) in nautical miles from a clearly identified
landmark (state landmark).
A 3 digit group
A 3 digit group

Name of last port of call


Entry time expressed as in (B) and into the entry
position expressed as in (C) or (D)
Name of port and date time group expressed as in
(B)
State whether a deep sea or local pilot is on board
Exit time expressed as in (B) and exit position
expressed as in (C) or (D).
Intended track
State in full names of communications
Radio
stations/frequencies guarded
Time of next report
Date time group expressed as in (B)
Maximum present static 4 digit group giving meters and centimeters
draught in meters
Cargo and brief details of any dangerous cargos as
Cargo on board
well as hermful substances
Defects,damage,
Brief detail of defects, damage, deficiencies or
deficiencies or
other limitations
limitations
Details of name and particulars of ship's and/or
Ship's representative
owner representative for provision of information.
and/or owner
Details of name and particulars of ship's and/or
owner representative for provision of information.
Details of length, breadth, tonnage, and type, etc.,
Ship size and type
as required.
Medical personnel
Doctor, physician's assistant, nurse, no medic
Total number of
State number
persons on board

36

VHF COMMUNICATIONS
DOVER PORT CONTROL 1st call
A

ALPHA

Ship

DELTA

Position

INDIA

Destination and ETA

OSCAR

Maximum static
draught in meters

PAPA

UNIFORM

DOVER / ETA 16.30 LT

Cargo on board
Ship size and type

GRIZ NES TRAFFIC Report


A

ALPHA

Ship

DELTA

Position

ECHO

True course

FOXTROT

Speed in knots and


tenths of knots

LIMA

Route information

OSCAR

Maximum static
draught in meters

PAPA

Cargo on board

DOVER PORT CONTROL 2nd call


A

ALPHA

Ship

DELTA

Position

INDIA

Destination and ETA

37

Calcul Curenti de maree (Tidal streems)


Moon Phase
5 mai 2006
13 mai 2006
20 mai 2006
27 mai 2006

First Quarter
Full Moon
Third Quarter
New Moon

Dover HW time
WP
area

ETA

______________

Tide
area

Stream
direction

Stream
rate

Time Differences
L
K
M
H

Dup calcularea direciei i vitezei curentului de maree pentru zonele respective,


valorile respective se marcheaz pe hart

38

48-hour inshore waters forecast for coastal area up to 12-miles offshore

issued by Met Office at 0600 on 08 May 2006

UK General Situation
A ridge of high pressure will persist across the north and west, whilst low pressure over Europe edges
northwards. There will be strong northeasterly winds and showers in the southeast.

Coastal Area: North Foreland to Selsey Bill 24 hour forecast:

Wind: Northerly 5 or 6, occasionally 7 in east.


Weather: Squally showers.
Visibility: Moderate or low.
Sea State: Slight or moderate, occasionally rough.

Outlook for the following 24 hours:

Wind: Northerly or northeasterly 5 or 6.


Weather: Showers.
Visibility: Moderate or Low.
Sea State: Moderate, occasionally rough in east.

5-day forecast based on Met Office Atmospheric Weather Model


Dover updated three times daily at 0600/1200/1800
DAY 1 (05/08/2006)
Conditions
WIND SPEED
WIND DIRECTION
MAX TEMP CELSIUS (C)
VISIBILITY (Nautical Miles)
WEATHER
SEA STATE
PRESSURE READING

MORNING

AFTERNOON

EVENING

OVERNIGHT

0600
F5
Northerly
14
4
Rain
MODERATE
1017 Millibars

1200
F5
Northerly
15
2
Sunny Intervals
MODERATE
1017 Millibars

1800
F4
North Easterly
16
4
Rain Shwr
SLIGHT
1015 Millibars

2400
F4
Northerly
16
6
Rain Shwr
SLIGHT
1013 Millibars

CONDITIONS
WIND SPEED
WIND DIRECTION
MAX TEMP CELSIUS (C)
VISIBILITY (Nautical Miles)
WEATHER
SEA STATE
PRESSURE READING

DAY 2
1200
F5
Northerly
15
4
Rain Shwr
MODERATE
1010 Millibars

DAY 4
1200
F3
Easterly
15
12
Sunny Intervals
SMOOTH
1019 Millibars

DAY 5
1200
F4
Easterly
16
10
Sunny Intervals
SLIGHT
1018 Millibars

DAY 3
1200
F5
North Easterly
15
14
Sunny Intervals
SLIGHT
1012 Millibars

39

Issued by the MET Office at 0600 on May 08, 2006

40

Etapa 2 - Executarea voiajului - Obiective


 pornit i setat radar ARPA Bridge Master E scala de 12 NM, MODE: RM-NUP,
EBL/VRM On,

 observat caracteristicile navei


 pornit: Sonda Ultrason, cuplat Pilot Automat
 DGPS fr ECDIS
 schimbrile de drum i coreciile de rut efectuate manual (Follow up)
 XTE maxim pt Du1 = 0.3 NM
 XTE maxim pt Du1 / Du2 = 0.3 NM
 Du3 = 0.3 NM

 Trasat pe radar cele 3 PI pentru:


 Schimbarea de drum 1 (350/040) + Schimbarea de drum 2 (040/320)

 observarea indicaiilor echipamentelor de navigaie (drum giro, magnetic, loch, sond)


 identificarea vizual a intelor care apar pe radar
 aplicare COLREG pentru vizibilitate redus
 utilizare functie PLOTARE ELECTRONICA pt a evalua RM/TM la NT, CPA si TCPA
 efectuarea manevrelor de evitare avnd n vedere particilaritile zonei de navigaie
 CPA = 0,8-1,0 Mm, la depasire 2-3 cabluri)

 determinarea punctului navei cu observaii vizuale i radar la intervale de max. 5 minute


 ETA pentru Dover Pilot Station 16.30 LT
 comunicaii VHF cu DOVREP n Ch.87
 la plecare call DOVER PIPORT CONTROLLOT comunicare ETA
 nainte de intrare n TSS call GRIZ NES TRAFFIC DOVREP report
 3 NM before pilot station call DOVER PORT CONTROL comunicare pozitie

Not:
Echipa de cart se va roti la punctele de lucru: Conning Display, Radar, Lucru pe hart

41

Fi nregistrare date SCENARIU


Exercise name:

CROSSING DOVER STRAIT from BOULOGNE to


DOVER

File name:
Subject:
Created:

PEV 2 Crossing Dover Strait


Simulation 3
April 2009

Training Objective

1.2.1.10
1.2.2.1.17
1.2.2.1.4
1.2.2.2.2
1.2.2.2.3
1.2.6.1

1.2.2.1.18
1.2.2.1.16
1.2.2.1.1
1.2.2.1.2
1.2.1.22
1.1.7.9
Standards

Duration

Long > 120 min

Area Description
Dover Strait
BA 1892
Operational level
Car Carrier - FL
Moderate
Environment
day
Time of day
no
Current (dir./spd.)
yes
Tide
Moderate
Wind (dir./spd.)
Moderate
Sea (dir./high)
LOW 1.5 NM
Visibility
Event Description
TASK: transit + crossing TSS
Name
Charts no.
Characteristics
Own Ship type
Traffic situation

TASK: Maneuver to avoid risk of collision crossing / overtaking


TASK: Navigation in low visibility conditions
identificarea situaiilor de coliziune utilizare radar ARPA
efectuarea manevrelor de evitare (ncruciare/depire/drumuri opuse)
curent de maree
schimbrile de drum i coreciile de rut efectuate manual (Follow up)
 XTE maxim = 0.4 NM






42

Own Ship informations


DATA
Type
Name

OS 1

Car carrier
Blue Team 1

Car carrier
Blue Team
2
BTBB2

Car carrier
Blue Team 3

Car carrier
Blue Team
4
BTDD4

Call sign
BTAA1
BTCC3
full
Load
conditions
7.4
7.4
7.4
7.4
Max. Draft
Starting position
LAT
50 44.5 N
LONG
001 33.0 E
Initial
Du1= 280; until abeam to Approach Boulogne Cardinal S buoy.
course
Du2= 350; until abeam to Colbert N Cardinal N buoy.

Car carrier
Blue Team 5
BTEE5
7.4

Du3= 040; until True bearing = 100 / dist.= 4.4 NM to Racon VARNE.
Du4= 333; until Dover Pilot Station
Initial speed STOP
Nav. Equipment
yes
RADAR
no
ARPA
yes
GPS
no
LORAN
no
ECDIS
yes
RDF
yes
Autopilot
yes
VHF
Additional Info
no
Gyro error
no
Mooring
window
no
Initial failure
Sch de drum
Dui/Duf
Landmark
PI 1
PI 2
PI 3

1+2
350/40/333
VARNE Lanby
350 / 1.5
40 / 3.8
333 / 3.5

43

CHECK LIST - Laborator PEV DOVER 1 crossing TSS


PREGATIRE VOIAJ


























1. facut prezenta si repartizat pe nave


2. impartit documentatia
3. prezentare calcul Maree
4. DISTRIBUIREA ACTIVITATILOR
a. trasat rute pe harti
b. calcul UKC dynamic
c. calcul maree
d. raportare VHF
i.

stabilire puncte de raportare

ii.

stabilit elementele pt Raportare GRIZ NEZ TRAFFIC

iii.

stabilit elementele pt Raportare DOVER PORT CONTROL

e. determinare elemente PI din hart


5.
6.
7.
8.

EXECUTAREA VOIAJULUI
1. contactat la plecare Dover Pilot pt comunicat ETA ++
2. contactat Griz Nes traffic pt raportare plecare si intentie traversare TSS
3. contactat Dover Pilot cu 3 NM befor pilot station
4. Dover Pilot Station cere VN de 5 Nd la Pilot station
5.
6.
7.

44

45

Planificarea i Executarea Voiajului

Laborator
Planificare voiaj - Lab. 13+ 14-15 +16
Executare voiaj Lab. 17-18 + 19 + 20-21

46

Sesiunea de Simulare nr. 4


Planificare voiaj - Lab. 13+ 14-15 +16
Executare voiaj Lab. 17-18 + 19 + 20-21
Ruta de navigaie:
CROSSING IRISH SEA from LIVERPOOL to DUBLIN (Total dist. aprox. 128 NM)
CHARTS: BA 3490 , 1951 , 1978 , 1977, 1411 , 1468 , 1415 , 1447

Voiaj de la dan la dan


Plecare din portul LIVERPOOL :
o Dana Rock Ferry Terminal (Sloyne ) Nava acostat cu Bd la cheu
o Date and time of departure from Liverpool (ETD ) : 05.11.2006/ 07:00 hrs LT
Sosire n portul DUBLIN:
o dana no.22 (Ro-Ro 6 ) nava cu Tb la cheu

Lista drumurilor de urmat


WP 0 = LAT : 5323 N ; LONG : 00300 W (punctul de inceput al rutei)
Du 1 = 000 ; until abeam Dukes red buoy,

maprox = 0.9 NM (WP 1)

Du 2 = 343 ; until abeam Egg green buoy ,

maprox = 1.6 NM (WP 2)

Du 3 = 350 ; until abeam Canada red buoy, maprox = 0.9 NM (WP 3)


Du 4 = 323 ; until abeam C20 red buoy ,

maprox = 2.0 NM (WP 4)

Du 5 = 318 ; until abeam C16 red buoy,

maprox = 1.6 NM (WP 5)

Du 6 = 337 ; until abeam C12 red buoy ,

maprox = 1.4 NM (WP 6)

Du 7 = 312 ; until abeam Beta red buoy ,

maprox = 1.7 NM (WP 7)

Du 8 = 282 ; until abeam Alfa red buoy ,

maprox = 0.8 NM (WP 8)

Du 9 = 255 ; until abeam North cardinal buoy Queens Channel , maprox = 2.5 NM
(WP 9)
Du10 = 275 ; until abeam Bar LtF ,

maprox = 4.5 NM (WP 10)

Du11 = 265 ; until abeam Great Ormes Hd. , maprox = 19.8 NM (WP 11)
Du12 = 295 ; until abeam Point Linas LtH ,

maprox = 10.4 NM (WP 12)

Du13 = 267 ; until True bearing 150 to The Skherries LtH, maprox = 20.3 NM (WP
13)
Du14 = 215 ; until True bearing 1200 to South Stack LtH,
14)
Du15 = 264 ; until abeam Kish Bank Racon

maprox = 12.2 NM (WP

m = 35.8 NM (WP 15)

Du16 = 300 ; until abeam North Burford cardinal buoy , m = 3.6 NM (WP 16)
Du17 = 245 ; until abeam No 1 green buoy , maprox = 3.0 NM (WP 17)
Du18 = 301 ; until abeam No 4 red buoy ,

maprox = 1.1 NM (WP 18)

Du19 = 274 ; until abeam No 7 green buoy,

maprox = 1.5 NM (WP 19)

Du20 = 270 ; until abeam Ferry Ramp Lt,

maprox = 1.8 NM (WP 20)

Du21 = 284 ; along side Pier no 22 ( Ro- Ro no 6 ) maprox = 0.4 NM (WP 21)
47

Etapa 1 - Planificarea voiajului - Obiective


 Consultat caracteristici nav proprie = Passenger Ferry
 Consultat documentaia nautic pentru zona respectiv:
 Sailing Directions / ALRS / Tide Tables /

 Trasat ruta de navigaie


 Pe harta BA 1411 ruta se traseaz pe toat distana ntre Racon Bar LtF si Racon Kish
Bank

 Se marcheaz cu marker-ul (rou/portocaliu/galben) pe hari reperele de navigaie pentru


care sunt planificate schimbrile de drum

 Calculat ETA pentru Dublin Bay


 Dupa plecarea de la dana Rock Ferry Terminal Liverpool , viteza pe canal pn la
apropierea de statia debarcare pilot (Bar LtF) va fi HA/FA

 Nu se ine cont de curba de giraie, nava fiind foarte manevrabil


 De determinat:
 calcul maree pentru plecare Liverpool
 calcul maree pentru sosire Dublin
 UKC dynamic pentru canal iesire Liverpool si canal intrare Dublin
 UKC static dana Rock Ferry Terminal Liverpool si dana no.22 (Ro-Ro 6 ) Dublin
 calcul cureni de maree
 continutul raportrilor VHF i poziia raportrilor
 elemente PI pt. efectuarea schimbrilor de drum

 Verificat ndeplinirea operaiunilor de planificare a voiajului conform Check List


 completat Route Planning Sheet
Nava 1
Name
Call Sign
Flag
Destination
GRT
Cargo
Max. Draft (m)
Ship type

Blue Team 1
BTAA1
Panama
Dublin
19200

Crew
Owner
Port of
departure

Nava 2
Blue Team 2
BTBB2
UK
Dublin
18700

Nava 3

Nava 4

Blue Team 3
BTCC3
Greece
Dublin
19600

Blue Team 4
BTDD4
Liberia
Dublin
18800

Nava 5
Blue Team 5
BTEE5
Bahamas
Dublin
19300

218 cars

192 cars

207 cars

181 cars

178 cars

5.3

5.3

5.3

5.3

5.3

Passenger Car
Ferry

Passenger Car
Ferry

Passenger Car
Ferry

Passenger Car
Ferry

Passenger Car
Ferry

24
Empros Lines
Liverpool

22
Carma Line
Liverpool

28
Greenmar
Liverpool

25
Top Pacific
Liverpool

23
Olympic
Liverpool

48

Passage Plan Check-list


Liverpool (Rock Ferry Terminal ) Dublin ( Pier 22 )
(c) Vessel and Cargo
4. Would the ship have sufficient UKC ?

UKC

(d) Weather
2. Have the latest Weather forecasts/warnings
been obtained and checked?
4. Have the latest Navigational Warnings been
taken into account?




(f) Passage
1. Are there any mandatory ship reporting
schemes

g) Plan
1. Have the following been marked/drawn on the chart
1.1. Courses as recommended by local/
international regulations
1.3. Wheel over points
1.4. VTS or other reporting points marked on the
chart and noted in the Passage Plan sheet
1.6. Speed reduction points
1.8. Abort points
1.10. Sequence of charts for the passage
1.12. Tides and currents
1.11 Cross Index Range (CIR) for Parallel
Indexing
1.13. Predicated areas of danger and no-go areas
1.14. Radar Conspicuous objects
1.17. Waypoint number on each waypoint
22. Minimum under keel clearance required
particularly in shallow waters
2. Have the primary and secondary means of
position fixing been agreed upon?
3. Have the position plotting interval been agreed
upon for each leg?
















References
marked on charts
marked on charts
VHF report prepared
marked on charts
marked on charts
marked on charts
marked on charts
marked on charts
marked on charts
marked on charts
marked on charts
Recorded in passage plan sheet
Recorded in passage plan sheet
Recorded in passage plan sheet

49

UKC Calculation Form


Port of : Liverpool
Vessel _________________

Date: 05.11.2006

Draft

Fwd =

Aft =

Tide

HW =

LW =

Date ..Time
Static UKC Calculation

Date ..Time .
Dynamic UKC Calculation

Minimum Depth

Minimum Depth

Height of tide

Height of tide

Available Depth

Available Depth

Maximum Draft

Maximum Draft

Static UKC

Static UKC

Squat

Dynamic UKC

Pentru a cuantifica efectul de squat se apeleaz la una dintre cele trei variante
de calcul empiric i s se ia n considerare valoarea cea mai mare obinut:
squat [m] = 10% din pescajul navei = .................
sau
squat [m] = 0,3 metri pentru fiecare multiplu de 5 Nd din viteza navei = .........
sau
squat [m] = VN2 [Nd] /100 = ..

50

UKC Calculation Form


Port of : Dublin

Vessel _________________

Draft

Fwd =

Tide

HW =

m
m

Date: 05.11.2006

Aft =

LW =

DateTime..

Date Time

Static UKC Calculation

Dynamic UKC Calculation

Minimum Depth

Minimum Depth

Height of tide

Height of tide

Available Depth

Available Depth

Maximum Draft

Maximum Draft

Static UKC

Static UKC

Squat

Dynamic UKC

Pentru a cuantifica efectul de squat se apeleaz la una dintre cele trei variante
de calcul empiric i s se ia n considerare valoarea cea mai mare obinut:
squat [m] = 10% din pescajul navei = ..............
sau
squat [m] = 0,3 metri pentru fiecare multiplu de 5 Nd din viteza navei = ..
sau
squat [m] = VN2 [Nd] /10 =

51

VHF COMMUNICATIONS ( Channel 87 )


MERSEY RADIO 1st call ( Just before departure from Liverpool )
A

ALPHA

Ship

BRAVO

DELTA

Date and time of


departure ( ETD )
Position ( the name of
pier / berth )

INDIA

JULIET

Pilot

OSCAR

Maximum static
draught in meters

PAPA

UNIFORM

WHISKEY

Destination and ETA

Cargo on board
Ship size and type +
GRT
Total number of
persons on board

LIVERPOOL PILOT - 2nd call ( 5 Nm before Pilot Station ) (For Disembark the pilot )
( cerem viteza de 7 8 Nd la debarcarea pilotului )
A

ALPHA

Ship

DELTA

Position

DUBLIN PORT RADIO 3rd call ( Just after disembark the pilot )
A

ALPHA

GOLF

Port of departure

INDIA

Destination and ETA

OSCAR

Maximum static
draught in meters

PAPA

QUEBEC

WHISKEY

Ship

Cargo on board
Defects,damage,
deficiencies or
limitations
Total number of
persons on board
52

DUBLIN PORT RADIO - 4th call Reporting point (C ) ( 5321 N ; 006012 W )


A

ALPHA

Ship

INDIA

Destination and ETA

OSCAR

QUEBEC

Maximum static
draught in meters
Defects,damage,
deficiencies or
limitations

DUBLIN PILOT ( 1 hour before Pilot station )


A

ALPHA

Ship

INDIA

ETA

OSCAR

Maximum static
draught in meters

53

Calcul Curenti de maree (Tidal streems)


Moon Phase
05 Nov 2006
12 Nov 2006
20 Nov 2006
28 Nov 2006

WP
area

Liverpool HW
time
ETA

______________

Full Moon
Last Quarter
New Moon
First Quarter

Tide
area

Stream Stream Chart


direction rate
Number

Time Differences
C

3490

3490

3490

1951

1951

1978

1978

1978

1978

1978

54

WP
area

Liverpool HW
time
ETA

______________

Tide
area

Stream Stream Chart


Number
direction rate

Time Differences
K

1977

1977

1977

1411

Dublin
WP
area

ETA

HW time
______________

Tide
area

Stream Stream Chart


Number
direction rate

Time Differences
E

1468

1415

55

NAVIGATION GUIDELINES
Port of LIVERPOOL
Guideline 1. Under Keel Clearance
Vessels entering or leaving the Port of Liverpool should do so after careful
consideration of the dangers to navigation and only after the master is satisfied that
there is sufficient under keel clearance for the vessel at all times.
Tidal Waters
Mariners are advised that when determining safe under keel clearance
consideration must be given to any special circumstances that may exist,
including atmospheric conditions and wind direction that may result in a
reduction to the height of tide and the effects of squat and interaction that may
result in an increase in the draught of the vessel. It is recommended that
vessels do not, other than in exceptional circumstances, operate in tidal
waters if the under
keel clearance is deemed to be less than sixty centimetres and that laden
tankers for Tranmere and passenger vessels do not, other than in exceptional
circumstances, navigate in tidal waters if the under keel clearance is deemed
to be 10% or less of the vessels observed draught or if it is less than one
metre.
Non Tidal waters
Mariners are advised that when determining safe under keel clearance in non
tidal waters consideration must be given to any special circumstance that may
exist, including the actual impounded water level of the enclosed dock
systems and the available depth of water.
Guideline 2. Restricted Visibility
In restricted visibility a vessel may request the VTS for continuous information of their
position whilst navigating in the river or sea channels.
IF VISIBILITY BECOMES LESS THAN 3 Cables
Vessels will not normally be allowed to enter the approach channel if the visibility on
any part of the intended passage is less than 3 cables.
Vessels engaged in bunkering alongside should cease operations if another vessel is
due to pass.
Any vessel not fitted with a working radar installation should not navigate in the Port
of Liverpool when visibility is less than 2.5 cables
International Regulations for the Prevention of Collisions 1972, Rule 19 applies within
the Port of Liverpool
Inward vessels requiring tug assistance to swing should consider carefully whether
the probability of the visibility reducing to less than 3 cables is such that an abort
should be considered before passing the Q1 Boat Beacon.
However, should a large vessel once committed to entering the Approach
Channel experience a further reduction in visibility, then it must be understood
that while the tugs will endeavour to assist they will have great difficulty in
making fast safely in visibility of less than 2.5 cables.

Guideline No.7 Boarding of Large Vessels at the BAR


As a general rule large vessels should not be permitted to pass the Bar inward bound
unless a Pilot has been boarded.
Vessels should continue to listen on channel 11 until the Pilot has been safely
boarded or disembarked and the launch is safely clear of the vessel.
Guideline No.9 Clear Channel
Large deep drafted vessels shall be given a clear channel between Formby and
Crosby safe water marks. Co-ordination of such a requirement shall be between the
Pilots and Pilotage
Exemption Certificate holder or Master.
VTS will provide information to the vessels and can provide prediction information

57

Port of DUBLIN
Limits of Dublin Port
Under the 1996 Harbours Act the limits of Dublin Port consist of the waters of the River Liffey
commencing from and including Rory O'Moore Bridge and extending to an imaginary straight
line drawn from the Baily Lighthouse on the north in the County of Dublin and extending
through the North Burford Buoy and thence through the South Burford Buoy and thence to
Sorrento Point on the south including all bays, creeks, harbours and all tidal docks within
such area.
Anchorage
For information on anchoring positions please refer to the admiralty chart No. 1415.
Anchorage is position 53n 21, 6w 12,sand over stiff marl. This anchorage is very exposed
and a vessel should be prepared to leave at the first sign of a shift of Wind E.
Approach and Berthage
The approach to the harbour of Dublin is well lighted and of easy access. There is a channel
across the Bar which is 7.8m below LAT. Vessels drawing up to 10.2m can enter the port at
high water of normal tides. Vessels drawing up to 7m can enter at any state of tide. Vessels
proceeding to the Dublin Bay Buoy, which is a Roundabout Buoy to be passed on the
vessel's port side, should proceed through the Traffic Separation Scheme which was
introduced during 1997. The scheme comprises of two elements, an inward lane and
outward lane at North Burford and South Burford. For larger craft this is the only access to
Dublin Port.
Mean H.W. Springs Dublin Bar 4.1m. Mean H.W. Neaps, 3.4m. Prevailing winds are S.W. All
depths refer to the Lowest Astronomical Tide. This level is defined as "the lowest level which
can be expected to occur under average meteorological conditions and under any
combination of astronomical conditions."
This datum is referred to as L.A.T. and 2.51m below Ordnance Datum Malin Head.
Pilotage
Dublin Port Company is the pilotage authority for the Dublin Pilotage District. The limits of the
compulsory Pilotage District are the waters of the River Liffey below Butt Bridge and so much
of the sea westward of the sixth meridian West longitude as lies between the parallels of
latitude passing through the Baily Lighthouse on the North and through Sorrento Point on the
South, including all bays, creeks and harbours and all tidal and enclosed docks within such
area.
The pilotage service is based in a pilot shore station situated on the Eastern Breakwater and
is operated by direct boarding fast cutters each capable of speeds up to 20 knots. The
Harbour Office, Pilot Shore Station and Pilot Cutters are equipped with VHF radio, Hague
Channels 12.To request a Pilot contact Dublin Port Company shipping desk at Tel: (01)
887 6028/887 6033.

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IMO STANDARD REPORTING SYSTEM


A

ALPHA

Ship

BRAVO

Dates and time of event

CHARLIE

Position

DELTA

Position

ECHO

FOXTROT

GOLF

HOTEL

INDIA

JULIET

KILO

LIMA

True course
Speed in knots and
tenths of knots
Port of Departure
Date, time and point of
entry system
Destination and
expected time of arrival
Pilot
Date, time and point of
exit from system
Route information

MIKE

NOVEMBER

OSCAR

PAPA

QUEBEC

TANGO

UNIFORM

VICTOR

WHISKEY

Name, call sign or ship station, and flag.


A 6 digit group giving day of month (first two
digits) hours and minutes (last four digits). If other
than UTC state time zone used.
A 4 digit group giving latitude in degrees and
minutes suffixed with N (north) or S (south) and a
5 digit group giving longitude in degrees and
minutes suffixed with E (east) or W (west);
True bearing (first 3 digits) and distance (state
distance) in nautical miles from a clearly identified
landmark (state landmark).
A 3 digit group
A 3 digit group

Name of last port of call


Entry time expressed as in (B) and into the entry
position expressed as in (C) or (D)
Name of port and date time group expressed as in
(B)
State whether a deep sea or local pilot is on board
Exit time expressed as in (B) and exit position
expressed as in (C) or (D).
Intended track
State in full names of communications
Radio
stations/frequencies guarded
Time of next report
Date time group expressed as in (B)
Maximum present static 4 digit group giving meters and centimeters
draught in meters
Cargo and brief details of any dangerous cargos as
Cargo on board
well as hermful substances
Defects,damage,
Brief detail of defects, damage, deficiencies or
deficiencies or
other limitations
limitations
Ship's representative
Details of name and particulars of ship's and/or
and/or owner
owner representative for provision of information.
Details of length, breadth, tonnage, and type, etc.,
Ship size and type
as required.
Medical personnel
Doctor, physician's assistant, nurse, no medic
Total number of
State number
persons on board

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Etapa 2 - Executarea voiajului - Obiective


 pornit i setat radar ARPA Bridge Master E scala de 12 NM, MODE: RM-NUP,
EBL/VRM On,

 observat caracteristicile navei


 pornit: Sonda Ultrason, cuplat Pilot Automat
 DGPS fr ECDIS
 schimbrile de drum i coreciile de rut efectuate manual (Follow up)
 XTE maxim pt Du1 = 0.3 NM
 XTE maxim pt Du1 / Du2 = 0.3 NM
 Du3 = 0.3 NM

 Trasat pe radar Paralelele indicatoare


 observarea indicaiilor echipamentelor de navigaie (drum giro, magnetic, loch, sond)
 identificarea vizual a intelor care apar pe radar
 aplicare COLREG pentru vizibilitate redus
 utilizare functie PLOTARE ELECTRONICA pt a evalua RM/TM la NT, CPA si TCPA
 efectuarea manevrelor de evitare avnd n vedere particilaritile zonei de navigaie
 CPA = 0,8-1,0 Mm, la depasire 2-3 cabluri)

 determinarea punctului navei cu observaii vizuale i radar la intervale de max. 5 minute


 ETA pentru Dublin Pilot Station 14:00 Hrs LT
 comunicaii VHF cu Liverpool si Dublin n Ch.87
 Inainte de plecare din Liverpool call Mersey Radio
 Call Liverpool pilot pentru debarcarea pilot si cereti instructiuni privind pozitia scarii
de pilot si la ce inaltime fata de apa se fixeaza.
 Call Dublin Port Radio imediat dupa debarcarea pilotului la Liverpool
 Call Dublin Port Radio in punctul de raportare ( C )
 Call Dublin Pilot cu o ora inainte de a ajunge la Pilot Station

Not:
Echipa de cart se va roti la punctele de lucru: Conning Display, Radar, Lucru pe hart

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DEPARTURE CHECK LIST


SHIP NAME

PORT

PREPARATION FOR DEPARTURE CHECKLIST


This Checklist is to be completed by the Officer on Watch/Master and in
conjunction with the Duty Engineer where required, prior to departure from
every port (regardless of country) and a Log Entry made

INITIALS*

Has a Passage Plan for the intended voyage been prepared?


Are all charts for the intended voyage and other Nautical Publications up to date
with courses laid off?
Have the latest navigational warnings and weather forecast for the area been
received?
Has the Master been advised of Standby and ETD?
Has the Chief Engineer/Engineroom been informed at least one hour prior to
Standby Manoeuvring?
Has the Embark/Disembark Pilot Checklist (NAV 09) been completed?

The following checks are to be made :


Has communication been established with the engine room and duty engineer?
Have the primary and secondary steering gear systems been visually
been inspected and found ready for use including linkages, hoses and
fittings?
Has each remote steering gear control system been tested?
Has the steering gear been tested from each position?
(The steering gear must be capable of putting the rudder over from 35
degrees on one side to 30 degrees on the other side, and vice versa, with
the ship at its deepest draft and running ahead at maximum service
speed, in not more than 28 seconds.)
Has the main steering gear been tested from the emergency power
supply?
Has each rudder angle indicator been checked in relation to the actual
rudder position?
Has each remote steering gear control system power failure alarm been
checked?
Have automatic isolation arrangements and other automatic equipment
been checked as fitted?

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Have all internal vessel control communications and control alarms been
tested?
Have all compass repeaters (including the engine room/steering gear
been aligned with the master compass?
Has the emergency power source (generator and/or storage batteries) for
emergency lighting and power to the vessel control and propulsion
systems been tested?
Has the main propulsion been tested ahead and astern? (NB: Propellors
to be checked clear before turning over the engines)
Have the bow/stern thrusters been tested?
In the case of an item on this checklist having a NEGATIVE answer then the vessel is in
a NO GO situation and MUST NOT PROCEED until a full risk assessment has been
carried out by the Master and the Chief Engineer which may require consultation with
the relevant Management Office.

OOWs SIGNATURE:

MASTERs SIGNATURE:

DATE:

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ARRIVAL CHECK LIST


SHIP NAME:

PORT:

PREPARATION FOR ARRIVAL IN PORT CHECKLIST


This Checklist is to be completed by the officer of the Watch/Master and in
conjunction with the duty engineer where required prior to arrival in Port
(regardless of country) and a Log Entry made.

INITIALS*

Has a pilotage passage plan prepared?


Are all relevant Charts and Nautical Publications up to date with courses laid off?
Have the latest navigational warnings and weather forecast for the area been
received?
Has ETA been sent with all relevant information required by local regulations
(e.g. details of dangerous/hazardous goods carried, ballast exchange
information etc)?
Has the Master been advised of Standby and ETD?
Has the Chief Engineer/Engineroom been informed at least one hour prior to
Standby Manoeuvring?
Has the Crew been advised of the time of Standby for entering Port?
Has the Embark/Disembark Pilot Checklist (NAV 09) been completed?

The following checks are to be made (ref US 33 CFR 164.25):


Has communication been established with the engine room and duty engineer?
Have the primary and secondary steering gear systems been visually
been inspected and found ready for use including linkages, hoses and
fittings?
Has each remote steering gear control system been tested?
Has the steering gear been tested from each position?
(The steering gear must be capable of putting the rudder over from 35
degrees on one side to 30 degrees on the other side, and vice versa, with
the ship at its deepest draft and running ahead at maximum service
speed, in not more than 28 seconds.)
Has the main steering gear been tested from the emergency power
supply?
Has each rudder angle indicator been checked in relation to the actual
rudder position?

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Has each remote steering gear control system power failure alarm been
checked?
Have automatic isolation arrangements and other automatic equipment
been checked as fitted?
Have all internal vessel control communications and control alarms been
tested?
Have all compass repeaters (including the engine room/steering gear
been aligned with the master compass?
Has the emergency power source (generator and/or storage batteries) for
emergency lighting and power to the vessel control and propulsion
systems been tested?
Has the main propulsion been tested ahead and astern? (NB: Propellors
to be checked clear before turning over the engines)
Have the bow/stern thrusters been tested?
Has Manual Steering been engaged in sufficient time for the Helmsman to
become accustomed before manoeuvring commences?
Have Stabilisers, if fitted, been Housed?
Have VHF Channels for the various services (VTS, Pilot, Tugs, Berthing
Instructions) been noted?

Have the following items of bridge equipment been tested and found functioning
correctly:
Radio communications equipment including GMDSS, VHF and portable
VHF?
Navtex receiver?
Echo sounder (to be time/date/position marked and left in operation)
including repeaters?
Radars including ARPA/plotting functions?
Electronic navigational equipment e.g. GPS?
Engine telegraph and engine order recorder?
Navigation, NUC, signal and other lights as applicable?
Aldis signalling lamp and battery?
Whistles?
Window wipers/clear view screens?

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Have the ships clocks been checked and synchronised?


Are binoculars and azimuth mirrors ready and available?
Are torches positioned as required and operational?
Is stability and draught information available?
Is the bridge movement book ready complete with pen?
Is power available on deck?
Have anchors been cleared and made ready?
Has a ship search for stowaways/contraband been carried out?
Has the Emergency Port Contact Sheet contained in the vessels SOPEP been
completed?
Has the Emergency Information been updated and made ready for shore
emergency services?
(ref SEM 1.4.7)
Has a copy of the Master / Chief Engineers joining letter contact details been
inserted into the vessels SOPEP manual?

In the case of an item on this checklist having a NEGATIVE answer then the vessel is in
a NO GO situation and MUST NOT PROCEED until a full risk assessment has been
carried out by the Master and the Chief Engineer which may require consultation with
the relevant Management Office.

OOWs SIGNATURE:

MASTERs SIGNATURE:

DATE:

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COMPANY STANDING ORDERS


These orders shall be read in conjunction with the Masters standing orders and the Fleet
Operating Manual Navigational section. The orders shall be signed by the Master and all
Deck Officers as confirmation that they have been read and understood prior to assuming
responsibility for a navigational watch.

1. The primary consideration of the OOW is safety of life, protection of the environment and
property.
2. When underway or at anchor, the bridge must be manned by a qualified officer who is
fully conversant with the bridge equipment.
3. The OOW is in complete charge of safe navigation of the ship. The presence of the
Master on the bridge does not relieve the OOW of this duty unless the Master specifically
states that he is taking the con. Changes in con are be entered in the movement book.
4. If at any time, the OOW is in any doubt as to the safety of the vessel, the Master is to be
called immediately. The Fleet Operating manual (FOM) and the Masters Standing
Orders also specify when the Master must be called and all watchkeeping officers are to
be familiar with these situations.
5. Before handing over a watch the OOW must be sure that the relieving officer is fit and
able to take over the watch, if in any doubt the Master must be called.
6. Before taking over a watch the relieving officer should ensure that he is aware of
following as a minimum:
 Course and speed, including compass errors
 Current position and potential hazards
 Existing and anticipated weather conditions
 Current traffic situation
 Status of all bridge equipment
 Method of position fixing in use
 Masters orders in force
 Operations taking place on the vessel
7. The OOW is not to be changed during a navigational manoeuvre.
8. The vessel shall be navigated in compliance with the Regulations for Prevention of
Collisions at Sea and any local regulations in force at the time.
9. Action taken to avoid collision shall be bold and taken in good time. All traffic is to be
given a wide berth and the Master is to define a minimum CPA in his standing orders
appropriate to the vessels location and trade. Wherever possible this should not be less
than one mile.
OOWs must not hesitate to reduce speed as a means of collision
avoidance if the situation warrants it.
10. The position of the vessel shall be verified at frequencies detailed in the passage plan
and positions shall be confirmed by at least two methods whenever possible and plotted
on the largest scale chart available. Allowance shall be made for set and leeway as
appropriate.
11. The OOW should not hesitate to make effective use of all bridge equipment including
engine controls and sound signalling appliances. The Master is to be informed

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immediately of any equipment failure or malfunction and issue instruction on any


necessary additional safeguards to be taken during this period.
12. A proper and efficient lookout shall be maintained at all times. The OOW may act as the
only lookout when deemed appropriate by the Master and in compliance with the
requirements of the FOM.
13. Full use is to made of radar as a collision avoidance tool and as an aid to navigation.
14. Officers must make full use of Parallel indexing technique as a method of real time
monitoring of vessels position relative to the course line.
15. Compasses are to regularly compared and the gyro error should be determined once per
watch.
16. During port transit and when in confined waters the echo sounder recorder is to be run
with the trace being date/time marked at significant points e.g. End of Sea Passage or
Stand-By.
17. Hand and automatic steering should be tested once per watch. Hand steering shall be
engaged whenever considered necessary and all changes of steering mode should be
carried out under the supervision of the OOW. When changing to hand steering
whenever possible adequate time must be allowed for the helmsman to familiarise
himself with prevalent steering characteristics of the vessel.
18. When in or near an area of restricted visibility the requirements of the FOM and Master
Standing Orders should be followed with special reference to use of radars, safe speed,
posting of lookout and calling of Master.
19. The presence of the pilot on the bridge in no way relieves the Master and OOW of their
duties. The Pilot should be incorporated into the bridge team and full use of his expertise
and advice should be made.

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Fi nregistrare date SCENARIU


Exercise name:

CROSSING IRISH SEA from LIVERPOOL to


DUBLIN

File name:

PEV 4 Liverpool to Dublin

Subject:
Created:

Simulation 4
April 2009

Training Objective

1.2.1.10
1.2.1.22
1.2.2.1.1
1.2.2.1.2
1.2.2.1.4
1.2.2.1.6
1.2.2.1.7
1.2.2.1.10
1.2.2.1.11
1.2.2.1.12
1.2.2.2.3
1.2.2.2.5
1.2.6.1

1.2.2.1.16
1.2.2.1.17
1.2.2.1.18
1.2.2.1.26
1.2.2.1.27
1.2.2.2.3
1.2.2.2.5
1.2.2.2.7
1.2.2.2.8
1.2.2.2.10
1.2.6.2

Standards
Duration

Long > 120 min

Area Description
Liverpool berth - Open Sea - Dublin berth
BA 3490 , 1951 , 1978 , 1977, 1411 , 1468 , 1415 , 1447
Operational level
Car Carrier - FL
Moderate
Environment
day
Time of day
no
Current (dir./spd.)
yes
Tide
Moderate
Wind (dir./spd.)
Moderate
Sea (dir./high)
LOW 1.5 NM
Visibility
Event Description
TASK: transit + crossing TSS
Name
Charts no.
Characteristics
Own Ship type
Traffic situation

TASK: Maneuver to avoid risk of collision crossing / overtaking


TASK: Navigation in low visibility conditions
identificarea situaiilor de coliziune utilizare radar ARPA
efectuarea manevrelor de evitare (ncruciare/depire/drumuri opuse)
curent de maree
schimbrile de drum i coreciile de rut efectuate manual (Follow up)
 XTE maxim = 0.4 NM






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Own Ship informations


DATA
Type
Name

OS 1

Car carrier
Blue Team 1

Car
carrier
Blue
Team 2
BTBB2

Call sign
BTAA1
full
Load
conditions
7.4
7.4
Max. Draft
Starting position
LAT
5323 N
LONG
00300 E
Initial
Vessel along side Rock ferry terminal (Sloyne) port of Liverpool
course
STOP
Initial
speed
Nav. Equipment
yes
RADAR
no
ARPA
yes
GPS
no
LORAN
no
ECDIS
yes
RDF
yes
Autopilot
yes
VHF
Additional Info
no
Gyro error
no
Mooring
window
no
Initial
failure
000 / 284
Dui/Duf
Navigational buoys :
Landmark
Dukes, Egg,Canada, C20, C16, C12, Beta, Alfa, NorthBurford,
No1, No4, No7
Light houses & Racon: Great Ormes, Point Linas, KishBank,

Car
carrier
Blue
Team 3
BTCC3

Car
carrier
Blue
Team 4
BTDD4

7.4

7.4

Car
carrier
Blue
Team 5
BTEE5
7.4

70

71

72

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