Ships’ Manning | deck officer | Maritime Deck department | seamanship | part 3
The Captain in the Maritime Deck Department:
He is the head of deck department.
He must also attend to the many legal points and other complicated matters which arise during the voyage.
He must possess a Master’s certificate of competency
Chief Officer (First Mate) in the Maritime Deck Department :
2nd officer (Second Mate) in the Maritime Deck Department :
3rd officer (Third Mate) in the Maritime Deck Department :
He is an academic student under training to become deck officer.He start training in the engine room, deck and bridge.Normally he is in the chief mate’s sea watch.
Boatswain (Bosun) :
Responsible for the work of deck crew under the supervision of the chief mate or deck officers.
His main duties are the sounding of all tanks and bilges.
Operating the windless when anchoring or berthing.
The repair of any wooden parts on board, also responsible for greasing and oiling of all deck machinery.
Able-Bodied Seaman (A/B) :
He must have at least three years sea service.He should be able to steer.He holds a lifeboat and A. B’s Certificate.
Senior Seaman (S. 0. S) :
Deck Boy :
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