Tanker Notes ||
Container Ship Operations ||
Ocean Navigation ||
Propeller immersion factor - Container Stowage Plan affecting hull strength & stability of ship
Fig: Container ship passage
Propeller immersion requirements as per the vessels loading manual must be complied with.
Propeller immersion less that 100% will result in Loss of vessel Performance, Over speeding of the Main engine and Possible Stress or Damage to Machinery.
Draft, Trim and Heel affecting Hull Strength and Stability of containership
IMO Intact Stability Criterion for containership
Corrected GoM for Hull Strength and Stability of containership
Severe Wind and Rolling criterion affecting Hull Strength and Stability of containership
Visibility from Bridge affecting navigation of containership
Shearing forces, Bending moments and Torsional moment affecting Hull Strength and Stability of containership
Other factors affecting Hull Strength and Stability as necessary
How to confirm stabilty condition ?
How to maintain watertight integrity?
How to navigate vessel safely in heavy seas ?
Guide to watch officer for ships navigation ?
Heavy weather countermeasures for prudent navigator
Meeting rough sea conditions by containerships
Affects of Shearing forces, Bending moments and Torsional moment for containership
Risks of heavy weather with containerized cargo onboard
Ships motion in heavy weather
More shipboard operation and safety matters
Safe anchoring - planning and operational guidance for cargo ships
Anchor watch check item - deck officers guideline
How to deal with a damaged anchor?
How to recover a lost anchor ?
What is stranding ? Investigation of possibility of self-refloating and urgency of danger
What are the emergency procedures for loss of anchor and chain?
In case of damage to anchor and chain when to claim for '' general average"?
Ships arrival in ports - check item prior entry
Ships navigation in restricted visibility check items
Rules of ships navigation in restricted visibility
Ships navigation in confined water - matters that require attention
Securing your vessel for sea passage - when to check and what to check
Collecting Information and Data for Passage Planning
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Ships Charterparties Related terms & guideline
Stevedores injury How to prevent injury onboard
Environmental issues How to prevent marine pollution
Cargo & Ballast Handling Safety Guideline
Reefer cargo handling Troubleshoot and countermeasures
DG cargo handling Procedures & Guidelines
Safety in engine room Standard procedures
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