Learn 10 important points that must be kept in mind by seafarers in order to execute ship’s emergency towing procedure efficiently.
Officers must take extra caution when the ship is transiting narrow passages such as channel. Learn about ten important points that ship’s crew must remember while transiting narrow channels.
Parallel indexing is a vessel navigation technique used as a measure to monitor the progress of a vessel and to keep the vessel at a safe distance from the shoreline or rock. Learn more about parallel indexing inside the article.
Learn about ten important things deck officers must know interlocks, starting procedure, resetting and fault finding while operating main engine from the ship’s bridge.
Deck officers at bridge need to be fully aware and conversant with various bridge control systems and use of main engine. Learn about few basic points they must consider while operating the main engine from bridge.
Dredging anchor is a method used during maneuvering of a ship when neither a bow thruster nor a tug is available to check the ship’s bow movement. Learn how dredging anchor is used to control ship’s movement in restricted waters.
Navigating the ship through restricted visibility area is a critical task which must be carried out with utmost caution by the ship’s officer on watch. Learn about ten important points that officer on watch must consider during restricted visibility passage.
The deck officer of the ship performs the most crucial task of navigating the ship. It is therefore extremely important that he or she is well versed in the navigational skills. Learn in this article as to how to use wind for maneuvering a ship and how to avoid common mistakes.