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Ex. 2. Prepare the following messages for transmission by radiotelephony.




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UNIT 1.

SAFETY COMMUNICATION

Safety procedure (marker word Securite)is to be used when the station sending it has a message to transmit containing an important navigational or meteorological warning.

SEASPEAK

Ex. 1. Study the following format messages in the GMDSS.

Standard Safety Message in the GMDSS

SECURITE SECURITE SECURITE

All stations (or all ships in a particular area, or a specific station) - 3 times.

This is ... (name of the vessel, call sign, MMSI number or other identification).

The text of the safety message.

Recommendations to the vessels.

OUT

 

Example:

SECURITE SECURITE SECURITE

All stations All stations All stations

This is motor vessel "Pacific Champion", call sign Mike Kilo Romeo Papa,

MMSI number two-one-three-one-six-eight-zero-zero-five.

Drifting container sighted in position: latitude 52 degrees 02 point 07 minutes North,

Longitude 005 degrees 25 point 03 minutes West, at time: 0915 UTC.

All ships are recommended to keep a sharp lookout.

OUT

 

Example:

SECURITE SECURITE SECURITE

All Ships All Ships All Ships

This is Netherlands Coastguard, Netherlands Coastguard, Netherlands Coastguard.

Navigational warning Number 32/99.

From month April, date 07, at time 1107 UTC.

Seismic survey in progress. M/v “CECO TOPAZ” conducting a seismic survey in the separation scheme off Terschelling Bank in the area bounded by psns lat 53 degrees 25 minutes

to 53 degrees 40 minutes North and long. 004 degrees 55 minutes to 005 degrees 30 minutes East.

Vessel towing 4 cables each 3500 m in length.

A wide berth is requested.

This is Netherlands Coastguard.

OUT

 

Note the phrases frequently accompanying navigational warnings:

Vessels are requested/ are recommended/ must/ should

- keep (well) clear of the area.

- avoid the area.

- give a wide berth.

- give a berth of 1 mile.

- navigate / proceed with caution.

- keep a sharp lookout.


Ex. 2. Prepare the following messages for transmission by radiotelephony.


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