# Sea 1 Midterm (40 Items)

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• 1.

### What is tonnage

• A.

The actual weight of the vessel

• B.

It's volume of all confined spaces

• C.

The total weight of the vessel where 100 cubic feet equals to 1 ton

• D.

Measure of volume capacity of the vessel in tonnes

C. The total weight of the vessel where 100 cubic feet equals to 1 ton
Explanation
Tonnage refers to the total weight of a vessel, where 100 cubic feet is equivalent to 1 ton. This measurement allows for a standardized way of comparing the weight of different vessels. It does not refer to the actual weight of the vessel or its volume of confined spaces, but rather the weight capacity of the vessel.

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• 2.

### What is common on derrick, crane, sling, blocks and shackle

• A.

They are ship equipment

• B.

• C.

They are cargo gears

• D.

Same breaking stress

Explanation
The common factor among derrick, crane, sling, blocks, and shackle is the safe working load. Safe working load refers to the maximum weight or load that a piece of equipment can safely handle without causing damage or compromising safety. In the context of ship equipment, all of these items need to have a specified safe working load to ensure the safe and efficient operation of cargo handling and lifting tasks.

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• 3.

### You are a japanese ship owner and plan to have your vessel classified by Lloyd's register, in what country you are allowed your vessel to be built

• A.

Japan

• B.

Great britain

• C.

Any country on the owner's choice

• D.

The country on the classification society's choice

D. The country on the classification society's choice
Explanation
The correct answer is the country on the classification society's choice. When a Japanese ship owner plans to have their vessel classified by Lloyd's Register, the classification society determines the country where the vessel will be built. This means that the ship owner does not have the freedom to choose any country for the construction of their vessel, but rather it is determined by the classification society's choice.

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• 4.

### How was the formation of the IMO initiated

• A.

By influence of the great britain

• B.

By the voting power of the U.N.

• C.

It was the idea of the international sea-borne

• D.

Through a resolution submitted by shippers

C. It was the idea of the international sea-borne
Explanation
The correct answer is "it was the idea of the international sea-borne." The formation of the IMO was initiated by the international sea-borne community, who recognized the need for an organization to address maritime safety and pollution prevention. This idea was brought forward by various stakeholders in the maritime industry, leading to the establishment of the IMO as a specialized agency of the United Nations in 1959. The organization's primary goal is to promote safe, secure, and efficient shipping on a global scale.

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• 5.

### It is the inclination of the stem line from the vertical of the vessel

• A.

Stem rake

• B.

Sheer forward

• C.

Flare

• D.

Keel rake

A. Stem rake
Explanation
Stem rake refers to the angle at which the stem (front) of a vessel inclines from the vertical line of the vessel. It is the measurement of how much the stem leans forward or backward. This measurement is important as it affects the vessel's performance and stability in different sea conditions. A greater stem rake can improve the vessel's ability to cut through waves and reduce slamming, while a smaller stem rake can enhance maneuverability.

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• 6.

### What is the governing body of the IMO

• A.

The maritime safety council

• B.

The assembly

• C.

The safety committee

• D.

The maritime safety management

B. The assembly
Explanation
The governing body of the International Maritime Organization (IMO) is the assembly. The assembly is responsible for making important decisions and setting policies for the organization. It consists of representatives from member states and meets once every two years to discuss and address various maritime issues. As the highest decision-making body, the assembly plays a crucial role in shaping the IMO's agenda and promoting safety and security in international shipping.

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• 7.

### How does the Lloyd's Register find or determine its lenght between perpendicular

• A.

Drawing the aft and forward perpendicular, the distance between is the LBP

• B.

96% - 97% of the summer loadline

• C.

Drawing the midship part and divide the LOA by two

• D.

96 - 97 meters from the midship part towards the fore and aft

B. 96% - 97% of the summer loadline
Explanation
Lloyd's Register determines its length between perpendiculars by measuring the distance between the aft and forward perpendiculars, which is known as the LBP (Length Between Perpendiculars). This measurement is typically 96% - 97% of the summer loadline, which is the maximum allowable draft for a ship in various conditions. By using this method, Lloyd's Register can accurately determine the ship's length between perpendiculars.

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• 8.

### Who may issue an International Tonnage Certificate to a vessel

• A.

It's classification society

• B.

The maritime authority of the country where the vessel is registered

• C.

The IMO

• D.

The maritime authority of the country where she is built

A. It's classification society
Explanation
The correct answer is the classification society. The classification society is responsible for assessing and certifying the tonnage of a vessel based on international standards. They have the expertise and authority to issue an International Tonnage Certificate, which confirms the vessel's tonnage measurement and compliance with international regulations. This certificate is important for the vessel's registration, insurance, and compliance with safety requirements. The maritime authority of the country where the vessel is registered may also be involved in the certification process, but the classification society is primarily responsible for issuing the International Tonnage Certificate.

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• 9.

### What is the term given to the support wire between the two derricks of a union purchase holding them tight when strongly secured

• A.

Topping lift

• B.

Slewing guy

• C.

Side guy

• D.

Preventer stay

B. Slewing guy
Explanation
The term given to the support wire between the two derricks of a union purchase holding them tight when strongly secured is called a slewing guy.

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• 10.

### How does an unclassed vessel acquire its safety construction certificate

• A.

When the maritime authority approved the design as to the standard of ships

• B.

When the classification society she choose is not a member of IACS

• C.

Is she possess the requirements for a classification society

• D.

If she possess sufficient strength for assignment of loadline

C. Is she possess the requirements for a classification society
Explanation
The correct answer is "is she possess the requirements for a classification society." In order for an unclassed vessel to acquire its safety construction certificate, it must meet the requirements set by a classification society. This includes factors such as the vessel's design, strength, and compliance with safety standards. If the vessel meets these requirements, it can obtain a safety construction certificate.

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• 11.

### Which of the following vessel uses the traverse method of cargo handling

• A.

General cargo

• B.

Geared bulk carrier

• C.

Partial container

• D.

Gearless bulk carrier

C. Partial container
Explanation
A partial container vessel uses the traverse method of cargo handling. This method involves loading and unloading cargo by moving it horizontally across the ship's deck using cranes or other equipment. Partial container vessels are designed to carry a combination of containers and other types of cargo, such as breakbulk or project cargo. The traverse method allows for efficient and flexible handling of different types of cargo, as containers can be easily moved and positioned on the vessel's deck.

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• 12.

### You want to measure the extreme draft of the vessel, what are the references of measurement

• A.

Base line / SLL

• B.

Lowest part of the vessel and waterline

• C.

Lowest part of the vessel / SLL

• D.

Upper part of keel / SLL

C. Lowest part of the vessel / SLL
Explanation
The correct answer is "lowest part of the vessel / SLL." When measuring the extreme draft of a vessel, the reference point is the lowest part of the vessel, which is typically the bottom of the hull. The SLL (Summer Load Line) is a reference line marked on the hull that indicates the maximum draft allowed for the vessel when it is loaded to its full capacity during the summer season. Therefore, the extreme draft of the vessel is measured from the lowest part of the vessel to the SLL.

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• 13.

### What is the importance of a net tonnage

• A.

It is the volume capacity of the cargo

• B.

It is cargo carrying capacity of the vessel

• C.

It can be one of the bases in determining the port dues

• D.

It is where the displacement tonnage derived

C. It can be one of the bases in determining the port dues
Explanation
The net tonnage of a vessel is important because it can be used as a basis for determining the port dues. Port dues are fees charged by a port authority for the use of their facilities and services. The net tonnage, which represents the earning capacity of the vessel, is often used as a factor in calculating these fees. By considering the net tonnage, port authorities can ensure that ships are charged fairly based on their size and capacity.

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• 14.

### What is true about butterfly derrick rigging

• A.

Booms can be swing with the side guys

• B.

Derricks from the adjacent cargo hold are utilized

• C.

It has a lifting capacity of 30 tonnes

• D.

One of the booms can be plummed on the quay side

D. One of the booms can be plummed on the quay side
Explanation
Butterfly derrick rigging refers to a type of rigging system used in the maritime industry. In this type of rigging, one of the booms can be plummed on the quay side. This means that one of the booms can be aligned vertically with the quay or dockside, allowing for efficient loading and unloading of cargo from the ship. This feature makes butterfly derrick rigging advantageous for operations involving heavy lifting and cargo transfer.

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• 15.

### Who can directly issue an International Tonnage Certificate to a vessel

• A.

The country where the vessel is classified

• B.

IMO as the governing body

• C.

The maritime authority where she is registered

• D.

The classification society who sets the standard

C. The maritime authority where she is registered
Explanation
The correct answer is the maritime authority where she is registered. The International Tonnage Certificate is issued by the maritime authority of the country where the vessel is registered. This certificate is used to determine the vessel's tonnage for the purpose of calculating various fees and taxes. The maritime authority is responsible for ensuring that the vessel meets all the necessary requirements and regulations to be issued this certificate. The classification society sets the standards for the vessel, but they do not have the authority to directly issue the International Tonnage Certificate.

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• 16.

### What statutory rules sets out the requirements for a minimum freeboard

• A.

Classification society

• B.

• C.

IMO rules and regulation

• D.

SOLAS

C. IMO rules and regulation
Explanation
IMO stands for the International Maritime Organization, which is a specialized agency of the United Nations responsible for promoting maritime safety and preventing marine pollution. IMO rules and regulations are internationally recognized and set out the standards and requirements for various aspects of maritime operations. In this case, IMO rules and regulations include the requirements for a minimum freeboard, which is the distance between the waterline and the main deck of a ship. These rules ensure that ships are designed and built with sufficient stability and buoyancy to safely navigate and withstand various weather conditions.

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• 17.

### What is gross register tonnes

• A.

Measures of volume capacity of the vessel in tonnes

• B.

It's the volume of all confined spaces

• C.

The total volume capacity of the vessel in tonnes

• D.

The total weight of the vessel where 100 cubic feet equal to 1 ton

C. The total volume capacity of the vessel in tonnes
Explanation
Gross register tonnes is a measure of the total volume capacity of a vessel in tonnes. It represents the total volume of all confined spaces within the vessel. It is not related to the weight of the vessel, but rather the volume it can hold.

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• 18.

### What does the two letters painted on the plimsoll line stands for

• A.

Initials of port of registry

• B.

Initials of the owner

• C.

Initials of the classification society

• D.

Shipyard's initial

C. Initials of the classification society
Explanation
The two letters painted on the plimsoll line stand for the initials of the classification society. The classification society is responsible for ensuring that ships meet certain safety and quality standards. By painting their initials on the plimsoll line, the classification society indicates that the ship has been inspected and meets the necessary requirements. This helps to ensure the safety of the ship and its crew while at sea.

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• 19.

### How do you find deadweight tonnage of the vessel

• A.

By adding all the weights of the cargo, ballast, freshwater, machinery and provisions

• B.

By subtracting light displacement from loaded displacement

• C.

By subtracting net tonnage from gross tonnage

• D.

By adding all the weights on board

A. By adding all the weights of the cargo, ballast, freshwater, machinery and provisions
Explanation
The deadweight tonnage of a vessel is determined by adding all the weights of the cargo, ballast, freshwater, machinery, and provisions. This calculation takes into account the total weight that the vessel can carry, including its cargo and necessary supplies. By adding these weights together, the deadweight tonnage can be accurately determined.

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• 20.

### Which of the following is one of the primary purposes of the classification society

• A.

• B.

To make a vessel acceptable to international trade

• C.

Sets out standards on strength of vessel

• D.

Sets out the requirements for a load line

C. Sets out standards on strength of vessel
Explanation
The primary purpose of a classification society is to set out standards on the strength of a vessel. This means that the society establishes guidelines and regulations that ensure the structural integrity and safety of the vessel. These standards are crucial for maintaining the overall strength and stability of the vessel, which is necessary for its safe operation in various conditions. By setting these standards, the classification society plays a vital role in ensuring the quality and seaworthiness of the vessels in international trade.

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• 21.

### How are you going to make a rig putting a purchase to the disadvantage

• A.

Standing part of the fall will be attached to the moving block

• B.

The hauling part comes off from the standing block

• C.

The hauling part should be secure to a strong point

• D.

The hauling part comes off from the standing part

B. The hauling part comes off from the standing block
Explanation
The correct answer is the hauling part comes off from the standing block. In a rigging system, the hauling part refers to the rope or line that is used to apply force or tension to move or lift an object. The standing block is a fixed point or block that provides support and stability. In order to make a rig that puts a purchase to a disadvantage, the hauling part needs to come off from the standing block. This means that the force or tension applied to the hauling part will be working against the stability provided by the standing block, making it more difficult to move or lift the object.

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• 22.

### What derrick rigging are you going to use when a cargo booom can be raise to an angle up to 85 degrees

• A.

Hallen universal

• B.

Stulcken derrick

• C.

Yo-yo

• D.

Urion purchase

A. Hallen universal
Explanation
The correct answer is hallen universal. The hallen universal rigging is suitable for raising a cargo boom to an angle up to 85 degrees. This type of rigging is designed to provide stability and support for heavy loads, allowing for safe and efficient lifting operations. It is a commonly used rigging system in the industry due to its versatility and ability to handle various types of cargo.

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• 23.

### If you are going to draw the thumblehome, where will it start to be drawn

• A.

From the bottom

• B.

• C.

• D.

Only at the edge

D. Only at the edge
Explanation
The correct answer is "only at the edge". This means that the thumblehome will only be drawn starting from the edge. This suggests that the thumblehome cannot be drawn from the bottom, the summer loadline, or the loadline mark. The information provided implies that the only acceptable starting point for drawing the thumblehome is the edge.

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• 24.

### You are a french ship owner and plan to have your vessel built in Korea and classified by French auhtority, under what classification society should you register

• A.

Bureau of veritas

• B.

Lloyd's register

• C.

Det norske veritas

• D.

Francois register

A. Bureau of veritas
Explanation
As a French ship owner planning to have your vessel built in Korea and classified by French authority, you should register your vessel under the classification society "Bureau of Veritas." Bureau Veritas is a well-known and respected classification society that provides services for the maritime industry, including ship classification, certification, and inspection. Registering with Bureau Veritas ensures that your vessel meets the necessary safety and quality standards set by the French authority.

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• 25.

### What is the purpose why IMO is created

• A.

To develop unity among shippers

• B.

To have control over the shipping industry

• C.

To provide intergovernmental cooperation among maritime nation

• D.

To provide rules and regulations concerning ship management

D. To provide rules and regulations concerning ship management
Explanation
The purpose of the International Maritime Organization (IMO) is to provide rules and regulations concerning ship management. This means that the IMO aims to establish standards and guidelines for the safe and efficient operation of ships, as well as addressing environmental concerns and promoting maritime security. By providing these rules and regulations, the IMO helps to ensure the smooth functioning and regulation of the shipping industry on a global scale.

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• 26.

### These are mechanical device use to load or discharge cargoes from vessel to pier and vice versa

• A.

Cargo handling gear

• B.

Lifting gear

• C.

Crane

• D.

Derrick

A. Cargo handling gear
Explanation
The correct answer is "cargo handling gear" because it refers to mechanical devices that are used to load or discharge cargoes from vessels to piers and vice versa. This term encompasses various types of equipment such as cranes and derricks that are specifically designed for handling cargo in ports and harbors.

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• 27.

### You are a filipino ship owner and plan to have your vessel built in the Philippines, under what classification society your vessel is registered if the letters found on the plimsoll line is IR

• A.

Indian register

• B.

Register in india

• C.

Registro italia navale

• D.

Italian register

A. Indian register
Explanation
The correct answer is Indian Register. In this scenario, as a Filipino ship owner planning to have the vessel built in the Philippines, the classification society under which the vessel would be registered is the Indian Register. The letters "IR" found on the plimsoll line indicate that the vessel is registered with the Indian Register.

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• 28.

### Sheer is a longitudinal curvature on the deck fore and aft

• A.

True

• B.

False

B. False
Explanation
The statement is false because sheer refers to the upward curve of a ship's deck from bow to stern, not a longitudinal curvature.

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• 29.

### A vessel is said to be on its displacement tonnage by looking on its waterline on a given draft

• A.

True

• B.

False

B. False
Explanation
The statement is false because a vessel is not said to be on its displacement tonnage by looking at its waterline on a given draft. Displacement tonnage refers to the weight of water that a vessel displaces when it is fully loaded. It is calculated by measuring the volume of water that the vessel displaces and converting it into weight. The waterline and draft of a vessel can provide information about its buoyancy and stability, but it does not directly determine its displacement tonnage.

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• 30.

### Ships are not restricted to the classification society of the country where they are not registered

• A.

True

• B.

False

B. False
Explanation
Ships are indeed restricted to the classification society of the country where they are registered. The classification society is responsible for ensuring that the ship meets certain standards and regulations. Therefore, a ship registered in one country will typically be subject to the rules and regulations of that country's classification society.

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• 31.

### When the revenue earning capacity of the vessel is known, the net registered tonnage is also known

• A.

True

• B.

False

A. True
Explanation
When the revenue earning capacity of a vessel is known, it means that the amount of money the vessel can generate through its operations is determined. The net registered tonnage (NRT) is a measurement of a vessel's earning capacity, as it represents the total volume of cargo or passengers that a vessel can carry. Therefore, if the revenue earning capacity is known, it implies that the NRT is also known, making the statement true.

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• 32.

### To measure the moulded draft it should cover the distance from the base line to the given waterline

• A.

True

• B.

False

B. False
Explanation
The statement is incorrect because to measure the moulded draft, it should cover the distance from the base line to the lowest point of the vessel's hull, not the waterline. The moulded draft is the vertical distance between the waterline and the bottom of the vessel's hull. Therefore, the correct answer is False.

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• 33.

### It is on the quadrennial inspection of the cargo gear that a drilling test is done

• A.

True

• B.

False

A. True
Explanation
During the quadrennial inspection of the cargo gear, a drilling test is conducted. This suggests that the drilling test is specifically done during this inspection, indicating that the statement is true.

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• 34.

### The tonnage certificate is a requirements set out as requirements for a maximum freeboard

• A.

True

• B.

False

A. True
Explanation
The tonnage certificate is indeed a requirement set out for a maximum freeboard. Freeboard refers to the distance between the waterline and the upper deck level of a ship. It is important to ensure that ships have sufficient freeboard to maintain stability and prevent flooding. The tonnage certificate provides information about the ship's volume and tonnage, which is used to determine the minimum freeboard required for the vessel. Therefore, the statement is true.

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• 35.

### The international convention on tonnage measurement of ships 1969 was implemented on the same year

• A.

True

• B.

False

B. False
Explanation
The International Convention on Tonnage Measurement of Ships 1969 was not implemented in the same year.

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• 36.

### Which of the principal ship dimension is the longest lenght measured

• A.

LOA

• B.

LBP

• C.

LWL

• D.

LLOYD'S LENGHT

A. LOA
Explanation
LOA stands for Length Overall and refers to the maximum length of a ship from the forwardmost point on the bow to the aftermost point on the stern, including any protrusions or extensions. It is the longest length measured and provides an accurate representation of the ship's overall size. LBP (Length Between Perpendiculars) is the length measured between the perpendiculars at the forward and aft ends of the ship's hull, excluding any extensions. LWL (Length Waterline) is the length of the ship along the waterline when it is fully loaded. LLOYD'S LENGTH is not a recognized term in ship dimensions.

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• 37.

### Which types of derrick riggings that can carry heavy cargoes of them all

• A.

Butterfly rig

• B.

Hallen universal derrick

• C.

Stulcken derrick

• D.

Single swinging derrick

C. Stulcken derrick
Explanation
The Stulcken derrick is the type of derrick rigging that can carry heavy cargoes.

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• 38.

### Which of the ship measurement in tonnes is higher figures of them all

• A.

Gross tonnage

• B.

Net tonnage

• C.

Light displacement tonnage

• D.

Explanation
The deadweight tonnage of a ship refers to the total weight that a ship can carry in terms of cargo, fuel, and other supplies. It is a measure of the carrying capacity of the ship. Gross tonnage, net tonnage, and light displacement tonnage are all different measurements that do not directly represent the carrying capacity of the ship. Therefore, the deadweight tonnage is the highest figure among all the given ship measurements in tonnes.

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• 39.

### All are in the same types of derricks riggings which one is not

• A.

Single swinging derricks

• B.

Stulcken derrick

• C.

Butterfly rig

• D.

Cranes

D. Cranes
Explanation
The question is asking which one is not in the same types of derrick riggings as the others. The options provided are single swinging derricks, stulcken derrick, butterfly rig, and cranes. Out of these options, cranes do not fall under the category of derrick riggings. Cranes are a type of lifting machine that use cables and pulleys, whereas derrick riggings refer to specific types of structures used in drilling and lifting operations. Therefore, cranes are the correct answer as they do not belong to the same types of derrick riggings as the other options.

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• 40.

### Which is not a parts of simple derrick

• A.

Topping lift cable wire

• B.

Side guy cable wire

• C.

Fire line cable wire

• D.

Cargo runner cable wire