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TRAINING RECORD BOOK

TRAINING RECORD BOOK
FOR
YACHT RATINGS AND
OFFICER IN CHARGE OF A NAVIGATIONAL
WATCH (YACHTS, LESS THAN 3000GT)

Approved by:
Seafarer Training & Certification Branch,
Maritime and Coastguard Agency,
Spring Place,
105, Commercial Road,
Southampton, SO15 1EG,
United Kingdom.
Tel: 02380 329231
Fax: 02380 329252
e-mail: exams_section@mcga.gov.uk
Website: http://www.mcga.gov.uk/

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TRAINING RECORD BOOK
FOR CANDIDATES FOR CERTIFICATION AS OFFICER IN CHARGE OF A
NAVIGATIONAL WATCH (YACHTS, LESS THAN 3000 Gt)

IMPORTANT NOTICE TO CANDIDATES
This TRAINING RECORD BOOK is part of the Qualification Requirements for Officer of the
Watch (Yachts) Certification – OOW(Y). When fully completed, it must be presented to the
Examiner at the UK Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA) when you attend to sit your oral
examination.

IMPORTANT NOTICE TO THE MASTER AND DECK OFFICERS
This TRAINING RECORD BOOK is approved by the MCA and must be fully completed with the
Master or a duly authorised Officer verifying that the various ASSIGNMENTS and TASKS are
completed by signing the appropriate sections. Guidance for the Master and Officers on the
verification procedures are detailed in the Introduction Section.

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First Circulated to MCA Sub-Committee 2001
First edition published 2002
Revised edition 2004

Material from MCA Publications reproduced with kind permission of:
Seafarer Training & Certification Branch,
Maritime and Coastguard Agency,
Spring Place,
105, Commercial Road,
Southampton, SO15 1EG,
United Kingdom.
Tel: 02380 329231
Fax: 02380 329252
e-mail: exams_section@mcga.gov.uk
Website: http://www.mcga.gov.uk/
Crown copyright material is reproduced with the permission of the Controller of HMSO and the
Queen's Printer for Scotland.



All rights reserved.

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CONTENTS
Section
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
12
Part 1
12
Part 2
12
Part 3

12
Part 4

12
Part 5
13

SUBJECT
Personal details of the candidate.
Introduction.
Guidance for the candidate on how to complete this TRAINING RECORD BOOK.
List of Requirements – Instructions to candidates

Page(s)
5
6
7
8–9

Guidance for the Master and duly authorised officers
Persons authorised to make entries in this TRAINING RECORD BOOK.
Service record.
Sea service record.
Master's inspection of this TRAINING RECORD BOOK.
Testimonials
Familiarisation training.
The ASSIGNMENTS and TASKS - Introduction

10 - 11
12
13
14
15
16 - 17
18 - 22
23

TASKS – Yacht rating certificate (support functions)

24 - 31

TASKS & ASSIGNMENTS – Emergency procedures, shipboard operations and
safe working practice.

32 - 48

NAVIGATION
TASKS - Plan a passage and conduct a passage and determine position
TASKS - Maintain a safe navigational watch
TASKS - Use radar and ARPA to maintain safety of navigation
RESPOND TO EMERGENCIES
TASKS - Manoeuvre the ship
TASKS - Respond to emergencies
TASKS - Prevent, control and fight fires on board
TASKS - Operate live saving appliances
TASKS - Apply medical first aid on board
TASKS - Respond to a distress signal at sea
TASKS - Use of IMO Standard Marine Navigational Vocabulary and use of English
TASKS - Transmit and receive information by visual signalling
ONBOARD SHIP OPERATIONS
TASKS - Ensure compliance with pollution prevention requirements
TASKS - Maintain seaworthiness of the ship
TASKS - Monitor compliance with legislation requirements
Spare Forms

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49 - 62

63 - 77

78 - 80
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1. PERSONAL DETAILS

PHOTO

Full Name:

Male

Home Address:

Change of Address 1:

Tel/Fax Nos:

Tel/Fax Nos:

Change of Address 2:

Change of Address 3:

Tel/Fax Nos:

Tel/Fax Nos:

Date of Birth:

Place of Birth:

Female

Nationality:

Details of Seaman’s Discharge Book, or other Seaman's Document:
Type of Document:
Number:
Date of Issue:
Issuing Authority:

Signature of the Candidate

.............................................

TRAINING RECORD BOOK date of Issue:

.............................................

Any other details the Candidate may wish to record (e.g. current mobile telephone numbers, local
contact addresses, etc.):

This TRAINING RECORD BOOK is the property of the Candidate whose details appear
above. If found, please return it to the latest address shown.

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2. INTRODUCTION
The International Convention on Standards of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping for
Seafarers, 1978, as amended in 1995, (STCW 95) regulates the training and competence of
seafarers internationally. The UK Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA) regulates the training
and certification of seafarers working in UK registered yachts in line with the requirements of
STCW95. As part of this training every candidate for certification as Officer of the Watch (Yachts,
less than 3000gt), must complete an approved training programme which is structured to assist a
officer candidate achieve the necessary standard of competence.
The OOW(Y) training programme is a combination of shore-based education and training, and
onboard service. This TRAINING RECORD BOOK is an integral part of this training programme
and should be completed during periods of onboard service. The TRAINING RECORD BOOK not
only allows for the practical assessment of assignments but also provides a comprehensive record of
shore based training and onboard service.
The MCA requires that a fully completed approved TRAINING RECORD BOOK be presented to
the examiner when the candidate attends to sit the OOW (Yacht) oral examinations. This
TRAINING RECORD BOOK is approved for this purpose.
The book must be fully completed, with the Master or a duly authorised officer verifying that the
various ASSIGNMENTS and TASKS are completed by signing the appropriate sections. Guidance
for the Master and officers on the verification procedures is detailed in the INTRODUCTION
SECTION.

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3. GUIDANCE FOR THE CANDIDATE - For completing this TRAINING
RECORD BOOK
1. The candidate is personally responsible for the upkeep and safe keeping of this TRAINING
RECORD BOOK. Fill in your PERSONAL DETAILS, and write your name at the top of each
sheet.
2. As soon as possible after joining each vessel, complete the priority and familiarisation TASKS,
and the vessel's particulars in the sheets provided.
3. A range of ASSIGNMENTS, TASKS and duties are detailed in this TRAINING RECORD
BOOK to augment shore-based training and to give direction to your on-board service. Complete
the ASSIGNMENTS, TASKS and duties as appropriate under the direction of the Master or a
duly authorised officer(s) that the Master may designate.
4. On satisfactory completion, each of the ASSIGNMENTS and TASKS should be initialled by the
Master or duly authorised officer. It is important for you to appreciate that you may need to
demonstrate this ability on several occasions before the Master or officer is confident that you
have achieved this standard.

Given the scope and depth of the tasks and assignments it is not expected that
the required competencies can be properly achieved with service of less than
12 months.
5. Present this TRAINING RECORD BOOK to the Master for inspection and endorsement:
• on joining the vessel;
• at regular intervals; and
• on leaving the vessel.
6. Prior to leaving any vessel, obtain a sea service testimonial from the Master attesting to the time
served on board. This should be in the form detailed in Annex B of Marine Guidance Note
(MGN) 195 (M) or as reproduced in this TRAINING RECORD BOOK.
7. Candidates will be required to present documentary proof of yacht service when applying for
your oral examination. Such proof should be in the form of any of the following:
a. Merchant Navy Discharge Book;
b. Certificates of Discharge;
c. Professional Yachtsmen's Association Service Record Book;
d. Similar MCA approved service record book.
The document(s) should be submitted together with testimonials from the Master.
8. There are various pro-forma throughout this book. Spare copies are annexed at the end of this
book as continuation sheets. These should be copied and attached to the book as required.

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4. LIST OF REQUIREMENTS - Instruction to OOW (Y) candidates

Requirement

How to Meet the requirement

Record of Training and
Qualification Obtained1

Proof of identity, and minimum Present passport or other
document acceptable to MCA.
age 19 years old.
Hold a valid medical fitness
certificate
showing
the
candidate to be physically fit,
and have met the required
standard of eyesight.

Attend at one of the approved Medical Practitioners for Medical
Examination, and obtain an approved medical fitness certificate
(ENG1). Refer to Merchant Shipping Notices MSN 1766 (M) and
MSN 1750 (M) - or any subsequent amendment and MCA
website www.mcga.gov.uk

Minimum of 36 months service Present properly completed approved logbook detailing service
(over the age of 16) in vessels supported by testimonials from the Master, owner or their agents.
of 15 metres or over in loadline
length.
Proof of attendance and Present Course
successful completion of a Certificate.
Shore-based MCA approved
Yachtmaster Offshore Course.

Completion

certificate
MCA approved Yachtmaster Present
Offshore
certificate
of competency.
competency with commercial
endorsement

of

Complete the 4 element STCW95 Basic Safety Training Courses:
Personal Survival Techniques Present Course
(STCW Code A-VI/1-1), or Certificate.
RYA Basic Sea Survival.

Completion

Fire Prevention and Fire Present Course
Fighting (STCW Code A-VI/1- Certificate.
2).

Completion

Elementary First Aid (STCW
Code A-VI/1-3).

Present Course
Certificate.

Completion

Personal Safety and Social
Responsibilities (STCW Code
A-VI/1-4).

Present Course
Certificate.

Completion

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4.

LIST OF REQUIREMENTS - Instruction to candidates Cont ……………
Requirement

How to Meet the requirement

Hold an MCA approved Present Course
Certificate of Proficiency in Certificate.
Survival Craft and Rescue
Boats (CPSC&RB), (STCW AVI/2-1), or an MCA approved
Advanced Sea Survival for
Yachtsmen certificate.

Record of Training and
Qualification Obtained1

Completion

Hold an MCA accepted
GMDSS General Operators
Certificate (GOC).

Present GMDSS Certificate.

Hold a certificate of successful
completion of an MCA
approved 'Navigation and
Radar (OOW, Yacht)' training
module, plus an examination
pass certificate.

Present Course
Certificate: and

Hold a certificate of successful
completion of an MCA
approved 'General Ship
Knowledge (OOW, Yacht)'
training module; plus an
examination pass certificate.

Present Course
Certificate: and

A completed MCA approved
TRAINING RECORD BOOK.

Present TRAINING RECORD BOOK to the MCA Examiner.

MCA Oral Examination
Certificate Notice of Eligibility
(NOE)

An NOE is required before booking an oral examination. The
MCA examiner will complete the NOE after you have taken the
oral examination.

The fee for the issue of the
Certificate for an officer of a
navigational watch (yachts).

Contact the MCA for their current fee.

Completion

Examination pass certificate.
Completion

Examination pass certificate.

Note 1 Insert details of certificate, including college/training provider, date of course (from/to) and certificate number.

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5. GUIDANCE FOR THE MASTER AND DULY AUTHORISED OFFICERS

1. This section contains guidance to masters and duly authorised officers on how to complete this
TRAINING RECORD BOOK.
2.

The Master should take necessary steps to ensure that the candidate (and any other seafarer)
receives thorough familiarisation training on first joining the vessel, including:
a. Providing the opportunity for all newly arrived seafarers to:
i.
ii.

Visit the spaces in which their primary duties will be performed;
Acquainted themselves with the location, controls and display features of any
equipment they will be operating or using;
iii. When possible activate the equipment and perform the various functions using the
equipment controls; and
iv. Familiarise him/herself with the operating procedures for equipment that they will
work with.
c. Provide for a suitable period of supervision. where the seafarer is unfamiliar with the
equipment, functions or operating procedures needed for the proper performance of
his/her duties,
d. Ensuring that the seafarer receives approved familiarisation training in personal survival
techniques or receives sufficient information and instruction to enable him/her to:
i.

Communicate with other persons on board on elementary safety matters and
understand safety information symbols, signs and alarm signals;

ii. Know what to do in event of:




iii.

a man overboard;
fire or smoke being detected;
sounding of the yacht alarm signals.

Identify muster and embarkation stations and emergency escape routes.

iv. Locate and don a lifejacket.
v.

Raise the fire alarm and have a basic knowledge of the use of portable fire
extinguishers.

vi. Take immediate action upon encountering an accident or medical emergency; and
vii. Close and open internal fire, weather tight and watertight doors as fitted in the
particular vessel (other than those for hull openings).
This TRAINING RECORD BOOK contains checklists for the candidate to complete which will
focus attention to this familiarisation training.

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The main ASSIGNMENTS, TASKS which are competency based relate to:





Yacht rating competencies;
Emergency procedures;
Shipboard operations; and
Navigations at operational level;

3. The performance of the candidate in each of the ASSIGNMENTS, TASKS and duties should be
initialled by the Master or duly authorised officer when, in the opinion of the Master or officer,
the candidate has achieved the necessary standard of proficiency. It may be necessary for the
candidate to complete an ASSIGNMENT or TASK a number of times before he/she is
considered proficient.

4. It is important that the candidate is given adequate opportunity for supervised bridge and
watchkeeping experience, particularly in the later stages of their on-board training period.
5. The candidate should present this TRAINING RECORD BOOK to the Master on joining a
vessel, at regular intervals during the period onboard and on leaving the vessel. Comments in this
section should aim to both encourage the candidate and identify areas where skills or abilities
could be improved. The comments should not refer to character. At the time of leaving the
Master should issue the candidate with a Service Testimonial attesting to the time served on
board and the amount of watchkeeping service.
6. The Master and other duly authorised officers that make entries in this TRAINING RECORD
BOOK should identify themselves in the Section titled Details of Officers Authorised to make
entries in this TRAINING RECORD BOOK.

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Name of Candidate _________________

6.

Persons authorised to make entries in this TRAINING RECORD BOOK
Vessel Name

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Name of Master or
Authorised Officer

Position on Board

Details of CoC Held
- Date and Place of
Issue and Number

Signature of
Master and duly
authorised Officers

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Name of Candidate _________________

7.

SERVICE RECORD

Name of Yacht

Dates & Places
Joined

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Discharged

Yacht Details
Type

Length

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Name of Candidate _________________

8. SEA SERVICE RECORD
Yacht service testimonials, signed by the Master, attest to the time served on board and the amount
of actual sea service time. These are required by the MCA for assessing eligibility and should be in
the format detailed in Annex B of Marine Guidance Note (MGN) 195 (M) or as subsequently
amended, and as reproduced in Section 10 of this TRAINING RECORD BOOK. The following
SEA SERVICE RECORD enables the candidate to keep record of actual accrued sea service. This
will assist the Master in determining the period of sea service for entry in the testimonial.
A 'day' at sea is any day that the yacht leaves port, or is at sea. A 'month' is 30 days.
Dates At Sea

Name of Yacht

Dep’ Date

Dep’ Date

Dep’ Date

Dep’ Date

Dep’ Date

Dep’ Date

Dep’ Date

Arr’ Date

Arr’ Date

Arr’ Date

Arr’ Date

Arr’ Date

Arr’ Date

Arr’ Date

Tot’ Days

Tot’ Days

Tot’ Days

Tot’ Days

Tot’ Days

Tot’ Days

Tot’ Days

Page Total (Days)

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Running Total (Days

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Name of Candidate _________________

9. MASTER'S INSPECTION OF THIS TRAINING RECORD BOOK
The Master should sign the entries in this section at regular intervals, and upon the candidate
leaving the vessel. Comments recorded in this section should aim to both encourage the candidate
and identify areas where skills or abilities could be improved. The comments should not refer to
character.

Name of Vessel

Date

Comments

Name of Master:

Master's Signature:

Name of Vessel

Date

Comments

Name of Master:

Master's Signature:

Name of Vessel

Date

Comments

Name of Master:

Master's Signature:

Name of Vessel

Date

Comments

Name of Master:

Master's Signature:

Name of Vessel

Date

Comments

Name of Master:

Master's Signature:

Name of Vessel

Date

Comments

Name of Master:

Master's Signature:

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Name of Candidate _________________

10. TESTIMONIAL



The following form should be used when a candidate leaves the vessel and should be submitted
with any application for an MCA certificate of competency.



A pro-forma is included in this section. Spare forms can be found in the Annex of this book,
and in Annex B of 195(M) or as subsequently amended.

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Name of Candidate _________________
DECK OFFICER TESTIMONIAL
COMMERCIAL AND PRIVATELY OPERATED YACHTS AND SAIL TRAINING VESSELS

This is to certify that:
Full Name: ………………………………………………………………………………
Date of Birth : ……/……/……
has served on the yacht/sail training vessel*
(Name)…………………………………………………………….
Motor/Sail* Length (m)………….. Gross Tons (gt)…………
Type of Vessel ……………………………..
Between …../…../….. and …../…../……
During this period of service, the above-named officer has served in the
following capacity(s) (complete as appropriate):
Master/Chief Mate/OOW/Rating ………. Months ……days
The above service includes …….. months ……… days of actual sea service time.
My report on the service of the above named during the period is as follows:
Professional Conduct:
Experience/ability:
Behaviour:

Signed: ……………………………………..
Name (Print) …………………….…………
Position on yacht or in owning/managing company* ……………………….
Name of owning/managing company* …………..…………………………………………..
........................................................................................................................

Yacht/Company Stamp*
Date:…………………………………
* Delete as appropriate

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Name of Candidate _________________

11. FAMILIARISATION TRAINING RECORDS
Before being assigned to onboard duties, all candidates (and any other new joining seafarer) should
receive familiarisation training. The candidate should:
General:




be familiar with the work spaces and areas in which the primary duties will be performed;
become acquainted with the location, controls and display features of equipment you will be
operating or using; and
Under supervision activate any equipment you will be expected to use and perform functions
using the equipment controls.

Safety and emergency procedures:








Read and demonstrate an understanding of the company’s Fire and Safety Regulations.
Demonstrate recognition of the alarm signals for: FIRE, EMERGENCY, MAN OVER BOARD
and ABANDON SHIP. Be familiar with the location of your muster station, and duties in event
of an alarm.
Locate medical and first aid equipment.
Locate and be familiar with the operation of fire-fighting equipment: including alarm activating
points, alarm bells, extinguishers, hydrants, hoses, breathing apparatus and fireman's outfits,
fixed fire extinguishing systems.
Locate and be familiar with the operation of emergency stop mechanisms for main engines,
ventilation, pumps and emergency fuel shut-off valves.
Locate and learn to operate the emergency fire and bilge pumps.
Locate life-saving appliances: including lifejackets, liferafts, lifebuoys, line throwing apparatus,
distress rockets, flares and other pyrotechnics, EPIRB's, SART’s, emergency radios, survival
suits and thermal protective aids.

Environmental protection:


Be familiar with the procedure for garbage management including handling, storage, and
segregation and disposal of garbage, rubbish and other wastes. Be familiar with the operation of
vessel garbage handling equipment such as compactor or other equipment as appropriate.

To assist you in your familiarisation the following familiarisation sheets should be completed for
each vessel:




Familiarisation training sheet.
Yacht particulars, pages 1 and 2.
Location of muster stations and assigned emergency duties.

Additional copies should be made and added if necessary and are annexed to this book.

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Name of Candidate _________________

FAMILIARISATION TRAINING SHEET
Vessel Name __________________
Task/Duty

Date

Officer's Initials

Date

Officer's Initials

Is able to communicate with other persons on board
on elementary safety matters.
Understands safety information symbols, signs and alarm signals.
Knows what to do if:
i). A person falls overboard;
ii). Fire or smoke is detected; or
iii). The fire or abandon ship alarm is sounded.
Is able to identify muster and embarkation stations and emergency
escape routes and emergency exits.
Is able to locate and don life jackets.
Is able to raise the fire alarm and has a basic knowledge of the use
of portable fire extinguishers.
Is able to take immediate action upon encountering an accident or
other medical emergency before seeking further medical
assistance on board.
Is able to close and open the fire, weathertight and watertight
doors fitted in the particular ship, other than those for hull
openings.

Vessel Name __________________
Task/Duty
Is able to communicate with other persons on board
on elementary safety matters.
Understands safety information symbols, signs and alarm signals.
Knows what to do if:
i). A person falls overboard;
ii). Fire or smoke is detected; or
iii). The fire or abandon ship alarm is sounded.
Is able to identify muster and embarkation stations and emergency
escape routes and emergency exits.
Is able to locate and don life jackets.
Is able to raise the fire alarm and has a basic knowledge of the use
of portable fire extinguishers.
Is able to take immediate action upon encountering an accident or
other medical emergency before seeking further medical
assistance on board.
Is able to close and open the fire, weathertight and watertight
doors fitted in the particular ship, other than those for hull
openings.

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Name of Candidate _________________

YACHT PARTICULARS
Yacht Name ……………….

Port of Registry ………………

IMO or Off No ………………

Call Sign

Type of Yacht ………………

Classification

………………

….………….

Length Overall

…………… m

Liferafts:

Load Line Length

…………….m

No

Breadth

…………….m

Rescue Boat:

Depth

…………..…m

Length: ………….. Capacity …….…….

Summer Draft

……………..m

Launching Arrangement

Summer Freeboard

……………..m

Air Draft

……………..m

Gross Tonnage

……………..m

Light Displacement

……………..m

Load Displacement

……………..m

Main Engine(s):

Number …………..

Make ……………

Model …………….

Type ……………….

…………. Total Capacity ……..
Type ……………….

………….….

Lifebuoy: No ….…Type ………………
Lifejackets: No ..… Type …………….
Immersion Suits: No....
Type ………….

Portable Fire Extinguishers (numbers):
Water …………….... Foam ……………..

Type Fuel ………. Bunkers Cap ………

Dry Powder ………... CO2 ………………

Service RPM ……. Service Power …….

Fixed Fire Fighting system:

Max Speed ……… Service Speed ……..

Eng.Rm . …………… Galley ……………..

Consumption (Service Speed)
Range (Service Speed)

.…..t/d
……….

Generator(s):

Number ……………

Make ……………

Model …………….

Accommodation ……………………………
Fire Hoses and Nozzles:
No Hoses …………. Size ………………..
Nozzle Type(s) ……. No Hydrants ………

Thrusters:

Fire Pumps:
Number - Bow

…… Stern ……………

No (Main) ………… Type ……………..
Power - Bow

……

Stern ……………

Other Manoeuvring equipment:
Steering Gear

…………………………..

Rudder - Type & No ……………………….

No (Emergency) …….. Type ……………..
CABA Outfits:

Type ……………..

No Sets ……………… No Bottles ……….

Propeller - Type & No …………………….

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Name of Candidate _________________

YACHT PARTICULARS Continued ……………
Yacht Name: ……………….
Other Safety Equipment:

Type Bridge Equipment:

Emergency Generator:

Radar 1 ……………. Radar 2 ………………

Type …………… Location ……………

Gyro Compass

…….………………..

BA Compressor:

Magnetic Compass

……….. …………….

Type …………… Location ……………

Autopilot

………………………

SART:

Echo Sounder (s)

………………………

Type …………… Location ……………

GPS (s)

………………………

EPIRB: No …… MMSI ……………..

Electronic Chart:

Type …………… Location ……………

Type ………………. Make ………………..

Line Throwing Apparatus:

Navtex

………………………

Type …………… Location ……………

Weather Facsimile

………………………

Pyrotechnics:

VHF (1) …………… VHF (2) …………….

Type …………… Location ……………

Satcom A …………. Satcom B ……………

Type …………… Location ……………

Satcom C ………….. Satcom M ……………

Other (Specify):

MF/HF 1 ………….. MF/HF 2 …………….

No ………………….

MMSI No …………………………………..

Anchoring & Mooring:

Sailing Yachts:

Rig Type ………..

No Anchors ……. Type ……………….

No Masts …………. Sail Area …………

Chain Length (P) ..…….. (S) ………...

Brief Detail of Sail Handling Equipment:

Chain Size ……….
Windlass Type/Make …………………..
Capstan Type/Make ……………………
Mooring Lines Forward:
No ………………Type ……………….
Mooring Line Aft:
No ……………… Type ………………
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Person On Board:
No. Crew …………….
No. Guests …………..
No. Trainees ………… (Training Vessels)

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Name of Candidate _________________

FAMILIARISATION TRAINING - MUSTER STATIONS & DUTIES
Locate your Muster Stations and detail your emergency duties as appropriate for each vessel.

Fire

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Officers
Signature &
Date

Alarm Signal

Name of Yacht

Emergency

Manoverboard
(MOB)

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ASSIGNMENTS and TASKS - Introduction

The ASSIGNMENTS and TASKS are divided into four Parts. TASKS may be signed off on
completion and satisfactory demonstration. ASSIGNMENTS should be completed by giving an oral
report (with notes as may be required) and a practical demonstration, to the satisfaction of the
officer.
Part 1 Seamanship, deck work, watchkeeping (navigation and engine room) and safe working
practices AT THE SUPPORT LEVEL
This Part must be completed as part of the requirements for issue of a yacht rating certificate. The
TASKS reflect the under-pinning knowledge necessary to obtain yacht rating certificate.
Part 2 Emergency procedures, shipboard operations and safe working practices AT THE
OPERATIONAL LEVEL
This includes TASKS and ASSIGNMENTS which will prepare the candidate for carrying out the
TASKS in Parts 3 and 4. Whilst many of the ASSIGNMENTS are not identified in STCW95 they
do reflect the under-pinning knowledge necessary to obtain yacht specific certification, and are part
of the job of working in yachts or sail training vessels.
PART 3 Navigation AT THE OPERATIONAL LEVEL.
This Part requires the candidate to complete TASKS related to passage planning bridge
watchkeeping and use of radar.
PART 4 Navigation AT THE OPERATIONAL LEVEL.
This Part requires the candidate to complete TASKS related to manoeuvring the vessel and response
to various emergencies that may be encountered on board, the avoidance of pollution, the security
of the yacht, and compliance with legislation.
Note:
It is assumed that the candidate will have completed Familiarisation Training (Section 11 of this
TRAINING RECORD BOOK) prior to being assigned duties on board, since many of the TASKS
and ASSIGNMENTS augment this Familiarisation Training and compliment the 4-element
STCW95 Basic Safety Training Courses detailed in Section 4.
In all cases reference should be made to the CODE OF SAFE WORKING PRACTICES FOR
MERCHANT SEAMEN for details of the proper safety procedures and recommendations to
be followed when on board.

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Name of Candidate _________________
PART 1

YACHT RATING CERTIFICATE
(SUPPORT LEVEL FUNCTIONS)

PART 1:

YACHT RATING CERTIFICATE

SATISFACTORY
COMPLETION OF TASK
WITNESSED

Tasks
Steering & Helm Orders
Demonstrate knowledge of the compass card in 360o notation.

Name of Ship.............................
Date...........................................
Signature...................................

Demonstrate ability to steer using magnetic and gyro-compass in open waters; Steer the ship and comply with helm orders in the Name of Ship.............................
English language. Steer the ship for at least 5 hours, excluding periods of instruction, demonstrating all of the knowledge, Date...........................................
understanding and proficiency required.
Signature.................................
Demonstrate ability to steer using magnetic and gyro-compass in pilotage waters; Steer the ship and comply with helm orders in the Name of Ship.............................
English language. Steer the ship for at least 5 hours, excluding periods of instruction, demonstrating all of the knowledge, Date...........................................
understanding and proficiency required.
Signature.................................
Name of Ship.............................
Demonstrate change over procedures from helm to auto steering and vice-versa.
Date...........................................
Signature...................................
On Satisfactory Completion of the Above
Endorse with Ships Official Stamp: -

Name of Ship.............................
Date...........................................
Signature...................................

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Name of Candidate _________________

PART 1:

YACHT RATING CERTIFICATE

SATISFACTORY
COMPLETION OF TASK
WITNESSED

Tasks
Keeping a Proper Lookout & Lookout Duties

Demonstrate ability to report ships, lights, navigation mark and other floating and fixed objects; lights and other objects are properly Name of Ship.............................
detected and their appropriate bearing in degrees or points is reported to the officer of the watch.
Date...........................................
Signature...................................
Demonstrate ability to report sound signals; sound signals are properly detected and their appropriate bearing in degrees or points is Name of Ship.............................
reported to the officer of the watch.
Date...........................................
Signature...................................
Contribute to Monitoring and Controlling a Safe Watch
Name of Ship.............................

Demonstrate a knowledge of shipboard terms and definitions.

Date...........................................
Signature...................................
Name of Ship.............................

Demonstrate use of appropriate internal communications equipment and alarms.

Date...........................................
Signature...................................
Demonstrate the ability to understand common orders and commands from the OOW in matters relevant to watch keeping duties.

Name of Ship.............................
Date...........................................
Signature...................................

Demonstrate the ability to respond to orders and commands, and communicate with the OOW in a clear and concise fashion.

Name of Ship.............................
Date...........................................
Signature...................................

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