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INTRODUCTION
VTS
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? VTS ? SMCP ? VTSVTS VTS ? 10

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INTRODUCTION
? ? ? ? ? ? 1. 2. 3.VTS 4.VTS 5. 6. VTS SMCP
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VTS
? ? 1948 VTS1978 500VTS VTS27 ? IMOVTS A.58714 1997IMOA.857 20VTS

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VTS center 1974-1979

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VTS Center 1979-1996

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Where not to be

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? STCW78/95 VTS ? IALA VTS V-103 STCW78/95
V-103 VTS 駹 駹 VTS IMOSTCW95 IMO VTS A.85720SOLAS MSC1065
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flag signal communication
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? 1.251W ? 2.SIMPLEX DUPLEX( ) ? 3.CHANNEL:5701-2860-88 203516 2CH16 CH70 DSCCH06 CH13 ۧѨITU USA
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? 1.01-050718-2860-6678-88. ? 2.0608-171667-77 70DSC,75-76 ? 3.SOLASۧ 300 VHF1VHF CH06\13\16CH70 DSC2 VHF70DSC 33VHF 5002
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? 1.:SHIPS NAME **PORT RADIO,**PORT OPERATION/CONTROL,**PILOT STATION,* *AGENCY,*SHIPPING,PENAVICO,SINOAGENCY,HONG KONG MARDEP ? 2.(CALL SIGN): ? 3.MMSI:9 MIDxxxxxx,MID 412/413.
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4 1(0,1),3 1(0,1), 1 (0,1) , , BAA--BIZ3HA3UZ. GAA-GZZ,2AA-2ZZ;JAA-JSZ,8JA-8NZ; HOA-HPZ,3EA-3FZ;ELA-ELZ,5LA5MZ. * XSG
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VHF communication rules and channel designate
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) VHF , VHF , , VTS , ܧ( ) ܧ , , , , ch16 , , , VHF ( , : 60n.m/e 10m 90m 35n.m/eVHF10-15n.m/e
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The function of VTS
1. datum collect 2. datum evaluate 3. INS 4. NAS(navigation service under agreement) 5. TOS 6. Supporting the allied activities(SAR ( co-ordinate) VTS . VTS ֦ IALA
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VTS
? IALAVTSVTS-VESSEL TRAFFIC SERVICE1997IMO A.85720 VTS VTS ? 199811 VTS VTS ? 94VTS VTS ç VTS 20 ? 09VTS

VTS
? IMO A.857(20)2VTS ߉^VTS VTS֧ ا
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VTS
? VTS
VTM AIS SAR LRIT VTS

VTMVTS

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ħ VTS֦ IALAVTS VTM VTMVTSAISLRIT SARVTMVTMVTS
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VTS
? VTSAISAIS W 300 VTS AIS VHFVTS10 ݦ VTS VTS VTS Ҧ᧳ VTS ǧ VTSĦAISVTS AIS VTS AIS
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? COMMUNICATION: ? A FULL CIRCLE
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? Basic information of communication 6W1H
1WHY 2WHO 3WHAT 4HOW 5WHICH 6WHEN 7WHERE 24

Precise communication ( ? 4C 1Complete 2Coherence 3Conciseness 4Correction ̧IMCP IMCP ,
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VTS COMMUNICATION TYPE
? VTSVHF VTS VTS ? VTS VTS VTS VTS VTS VTS

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? IMO(Peter Trenker 5) ? 20011129IMO22A.91822 IMO-SMCP ? IM0A.85120

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The purpose
1) SAFETY Since the problem of communication may cause misunderstandings leading to danger to the vessel,the people on board and environment. So a common language is necessary for the purpose of navigational and safety communication that language is English.
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2) THE REQUIREMENT OF STCW78/95
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Position of the SMCP in maritime practice
? The IMO Standard Marine Communication Phrases(SMCP) has been compiled : ? --to assist in the greater safety of navigation and of the conduct of the ship, ? --to standardize the language used in communication for navigation at sea, in port approaches,waterways and harbours,and on board vessels with multilingual crews,and


? --to assist maritime training institutions in meeting the objectives mentioned above.
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IMO A.918(22)IMO-SMCP
? ? ? ? 1. INTRODUCTION 2. GENERAL 3. GLOSSARY 4. IMOPART A
(STANDARD MARINE COMMUNICATION PHRASES)

? 5.IMO PART B

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20011985
? IMO20011174 ABA 1985IMO SOLAS5144A ۧ BA ۧ ? : ? A A1 A2 ? B
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4. IMO PART A
STANDARD MARINE COMMUNICATION PHRASES
? 4.1EXTERNAL COMMUNICATION PHRASES
? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? 4.1.1DISTRESS TRAFFIC 4.1.2URGENCY TRAFFIC 4.1.3SAFETY COMMUNICATION 4.1.4PILOTAGE 4.1.5SPECIALS 4.1.6VTS STANDARD PHRASES -1PHRASES FOR ACQUIRING AND PROVIDING DATA FOR A TRAFFIC IMAGE -2PHRASES FOR PROVIDING VTS SERVICES VTS -3HANDING OVER TO ANOTHER VTSVTS -4PHRASES FOR COMMUNICATION WITH EMERGENCY SERVICES AND ALLIED SERVICES 4.2.1STANDARD WHEEL ORDERS 4.2.2STANDARD ENGINE ORDERS 4.2.3PIOT ON THE BRIDGE
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? 4.2ON-BOARD COMMUNICATION PHRASES
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5.IMO PART B
? ON-BOARD COMMUNICATION PHRASES


? 5.1OPERATIVE SHIP HANDLING B1/1 B1/2 B2 ? 5.2SAFETY ON BOARD B2/1 B2/2 B2/3 B2/4 B2/5 B2/6 ? 5.3CARGO AND CARGO HANDLING B3/1 B3/2 ? 5.4PASSENGER CAREB4/1 B4/2 B4/3
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STANDARD WHEEL ORDERS
? :Order()-Reply()-Report() ? Port(starboard) five/ten/fifteen/twenty(/ /) ? Hard-a-port() ? Midships( Midships() ) ? Steady() ? Ease helm ? Ease to ? Finished with wheel ? ..
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STANDARD ENGINE ORDERS
? :Order()-Reply()-Report();:, ,:
stand by engine finished with engine ring off engine dead slow ahead slow ahead half ahead full ahead double ring full ahead stop engine dead slow astern slow astern half astern full astern double ring full astern

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? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? Stand by (to) heave away (up) anchor. Heave away (up) anchor. Stand by port (starboard,both) anchor. Let go (port,starboard) anchor. Hold on. Slack away chain. shackles in water (on deck,in hawse pipe). ] Anchor aweigh Anchor clear Chain tight Anchor brought up Anchor fouling Walk back anchor. chainUp and down .. 37

MAY/MIGHT/COULD/CAN
EX ? Do not say: May/Can I enter the fairway?
? ? ? ? ? ? ? Say: Question. Do I have permission to enter the fairway. Do not say: I might enter the fairway . Say: INTENTION. I will enter the fairway. Do not say: You should anchor in QILI anchorage. Say: ADVICE . Anchor in QILI anchorage. Do not say: You should run into danger. Say: WARNING. You are running into danger.
SMCP10there is
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SMCP 10
? ? ? ? ? ? EX 1 Do you require a pilot? 2 Are you passing BuoyNO.1?1# 3 Am I obstructing the fairway?̷ 4 Do you have a serious list? Do 5 Can I heave up now?
( Can I /Can you/Is it possible)

? 6 Do you wish to overtake ? 7 May I enter ? ? 8 Is there any traffic in the vicinity.
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SMCP 10
? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? EX 1 I require a pilot. 2 I am passing NO.1Buoy now.1# 3 you are obstructing fairway.̷ 4 I have dangerous goods on board. I 5 I can jion convoy in time. 6 I wish to overtake. 7 I will reduce speed. 8 you may enter now. 9 Advise you alter course. 10 There is a vessel crossing the channel.

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SMCP 10
? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? EX 1 I do not require a pilot. 2 I am not passing NO.1Buoy now. 1# 3 you are not obstructing fairway.̷ ̷ 4 I do not have Channel 06. 06 5 I can not jion convoy in time. 6 I do not wish to overtake. 7 I will not anchor there. 8 you need not get clear of the fairway. 9 Advise (you) not to proceed now. 10 There is not any traffic in the vicinity.

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There is a vessel
? There is a vessel .. carrying out hydrographic survey. maneuvering with diffculty. transferring dangerous cargo. towing a long object in position. , entering the traffic lane. leaving the container terminal. jettisoning flammable cargo. crossing the fairway. dragging / dredging anchor. / turning to starboard. obstructing other traffic. proceeding on dangerous course.

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? A: ? MAYDAY MAYDAY any ships around singapore hear me?This is MV Clive/GAKE-two holds blazing seriously-no chance to put fire outplates buckling got into trouble with the machinery,toototal blackout-please come at once-situation on the brink-she may go down any minutewe cant last much longer-over. ? B: ? MAYDAY MAYDAY MAYDAY this is MV Clive/GAKE.MAYDAY MV Clive/GAKE. My position bearing 025,distance 6.5nm of Singapore. I am on fire in holds. Fire not under control. I am not under control. I require assistance-over.

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VTS
? AIS (Automatic DGNSS ? Identification System) ? DGPS ? ARPA (Automatic DSC (Digital Selective ? Radar Plotting Aid) Calling) ? ARTA ? ECDIS (Electronic Chart Display and ? CCTV (Closed circuit Information System) ? EDI television) ? ENC ? COLREGS ? EPIRB ? COG (Course over ETA (Estimated time of ? the ground) arrival) ETD (Estimated time of ? CPA ( Closest departure) point of approach) ETB Expected time ? DCPA Distance to of berth ( closest point of approach) 45 ? TCPATime to Closest Point of Approach

VTS
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VTS
? TOS ? TSS 10 927 IMO ? UKC ? UNCLOS ? UTC ? SOLAS ? VDR ? SPA ? VDU ? SRS ? STCW ? VHF ? VTM ? LRIT LRIT Long Range ? VTMIS Identification and Tracking ? VTS ? VTSO VTS ? WMO 47 ? ? ? ? SAR SART SMCP SOG


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