Q9. Explain the significance of propeller curves. Enumerate the safety margins in relation to the propeller operations.
Q1. As a chief engineer describe the procedure you employ for bunkering at a port for ascertaining and receiving correct grade and quantity of oil from shore supplies in case of dispute regarding L.O/F.O received describe the actions you would take in these circumstances what are the applicable provisions under MARPOL 73/78 annex VI regulations.
Q7. What are the procedures for conducting an inquiry? A. After casualty as per M.S. act 1958 as amended; B. What is article of agreement? Why it is necessary to have article of agreement
Q5. An Indian flag vessel has grounded off the coast of India, and the owners have abandoned the property. In accordance with the provisions under the Merchant Shipping Act, what steps should be initiated and who should initiate such steps for the safety of the ships and the marine environment.
Q8. In an unfortunate incident of Main Engine Crank case explosion on your vessel, the main engine was badly damaged and two engine room personnel suffered serious injuries. Explain how you will present the vessel for subsequent inspections by P&I and H&M insurance companies with special emphasis on the records and documents required in each case to ensure that only genuine claims are honored.
Q7. With reference to Port State control enumerate on the following (i) Regional cooperation / agreements. (ii) Future of port State control. (iii) Is port State control an effective tool for ship safety?
Q4. Illustrate the provision kept towards establishing procedures for identification and testing of “critical” equipment under ISM Code. How the list of critical equipment and systems are made and on what factors are they dependent?
Q1. Differentiate between third party liability and contractual liability. When may the shipowner seek to limit his ability? List the persons entitled to limit liability and claims entrusted.
Question Set: 2014/MAR (Class 1 Exam Q&A)
Total Questions: 8