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Maritime English for Ship Officers (ANT - I)

Year: 2011
Language: English
Author: Capt. EW. Manikome M. MAR
Genre: Textbook
Edition: 1
Format: PDF
Quality: Scanned pages
Pages count: 186
Description: The requirements for knowledge of the English language are the same at the management level as they are at the operational level. However, Administrations may consider that a knowledge of English at a higher level would be desirable for a Master and Chief Mate and may wish to include a further course in English for conducting ship’s business, as outlined below: (P-4).
> Reads and understands charter parties, bills of lading, mate’s receipts, marine insurance clauses, port and canal regulations.
> Interprets appropriate endorsements on mate’s receipts and bills of lading.
> Completes a note of protest in English.
> Writes reports on damage to ship or cargo, on and off - hire surveys accidents and incidents.
> Writes letters to agents, port authorities and stevedores concerning ship’s business and reads replies from them.
> Writes requests for surveys and interprets requests and instructions from surveyors.
> Reads fuel, water, ship's stores and spares, verbally and in writing.
> Reads and understands manufacturer’s instructions for operations and maintenance of equipment.
A new IMO Model Course on Maritime English will be based on a clearly defined entry standard in general English, deals with maritime terminology and the use of English for the purposes of using charts and other nautical publications, understanding meteorological information and communicating with other ships or coast stations concerning ship’s safety and operation, including the use of the IMO Standard Marine Navigational Vocabulary, as replaced by the IMO Standard Marine Communication Phrases (SMC Ps). The course also includes the vocabulary needed to make use of and understand manufacturer’s technical manuals and specifications to converse with technical shore staff concerning ship and machinery repairs.



Maritime English for Ship Officers.pdf


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