1.  With her own cranes, Artemis was loading 28 000 tons of steel in Durban, the 4320-TEU Oscilla was discharging containers, Ulwandle was working 13 000 tons of break-bulk cargo and 242 containers, and Capetan Andros was loading 25 000 tons of coal. Heron was clearing mud from the bed of Durban harbour. Sea Eagle was loading 13000 tons of petrol for East London.

1.1     What kind of vessel is Capetan Andros?

1.2    What kind of vessel is Artemis?

1.3    What kind of vessel is  Oscilla?

1.4    What kind of vessel is   Ulwandle?

1.5    What kind of vessel is  Heron?

1.6    What kind of vessel is  Sea Eagle?

1.7    Oscilla operates on a regular service from Durban to Europe via Port   Elizabeth and Cape Town. What term is given for a ship like Oscilla?

1.8    What is break-bulk cargo?

1.9    What does the term TEU mean?

2.  Artemis was loading at a rate of 400 tons per hour. She commenced loading at 09:00 on Friday 15 November. There are breaks totaling 10 hours and she will sail four hours after completing loading. 

2.1      How many hours will it take to load the steel, including breaks?

2.1      When will she finish loading?

2.1      What is her ETD (Expected Time of Departure) from Durban?

3. Artemis is 170 metres long, has 5 holds (each is served by a crane), each hold – apart from number 1 hold – has a tweendecks, and when she is ready to sail from Durban, she will have a draught of 11 metres. She has her accommodation and engineroom aft.

3.1       Draw a labelled diagram of the ship (bow to stern), showing all the various parts.

3.2       Draw a labelled diagram of her (port to starboard) through number 3 hatch, showing all the various parts.

4. What is the correct term for each of the following?

4.1.       Ship’s fuel

4.2.       A ship that trades daily from Calais (France) to Dover (England) and carries passengers and the passengers’ vehicles

4.3.       A ship that has a ramp at the stern through which cargo can be loaded.

4.4.       A passage on a ship

4.5.       A vertical partition (wall) on a ship

4.6.       The kitchen on a ship

4.7.       The place in a harbour where containerships load and discharge their cargoes

4.8.       The large cranes that load and discharge containers

4.9.       The mark on the side of ship to indicate the levels to which the ship may be loaded

4.10.     The unit of measurement for

4.10.1.  the speed of a ship

4.10.2.  distance at sea