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M/V KINGS POINTER DAMAGE CONTROL BOOK

UNITED STATES MERCHANT MARINE ACADEMY Kings Point, New York


Table of Contents Objectives of Damage Control Forward Marking System

Chapter 1 - Characteristics Principal Characteristics Engineering Particulars Manning Unique Features of the Ship Accomodiations Staterooms

Chapter 2 - Commumications Announcing System Public Address (PA) System with Talk-Back Damage Control Circuit 2JC Engineering Sound Powered Telephone Circuit 2JV Main Sound Powered Telephone Circuit 1JV Public Address (PA) System Speaker Locations Sound Powered Telephone Circuit 4JV Spare Sound Powered Telephone Circuit 3JV 8

Chapter 3 - Tanks, Compartments and Structure Tank Numbers and Locations Tank Diagram Engineering Department Sounding Locations Deck Department Sounding Locations Tank Gooseneck Vents Fuel Oil System Reach Rods Remote Valve Covers and Reach Rods Remote Valve Covers and Reach Rods Diagram Fire and Ballast Pumps Shore Connections Hatches and Scuttles Water Tight Doors Weather Tight Doors Fire Screen Doors Bulkheads Watertight and Fire Ventilation Closures Fire Ventilation Dampers


Chapter 4 - Damage Control Emergency Lighting Laterns First Aid Boxes, Litters and Stretchers General Alarm and Bells Main Damage Control Locker Inventory and Location of Equipment Submersible Pump and 440 Volt Recepticals Remote Controls and Indicators Station Card Station Bill Locations Station Bill

Chapter 5 - Fire Fighting Equipment Emergency Ventilation Shut-down Panel & Fire Control Station Diagram Fire and Ballast Pumps Fire Main Cut-off Valves Fire Main Drains Fire, Smoke and Heat Detectors Fire Stations Fire Axes Fixed Halon 1301, CO2 and Karbaloy Extinguishing Systems Foam and Foam Equipment Halon 1301 Fire Extinguishing System Spare Bottles Typical Halon 1301 Extinguishing System Diagram Manual Fire Alarm Pull Stations Self Conatined Breathing Apparatus (Scott Air Packs) Portable Fire Extinguishers

Chapter 6 - Pre-Fire Plans Emergency Diesel Generator Room Galley Hospital Laundry Room Main Engine Generator Room Propulsion Motor Casings Propulsion Motor Room Steering Room Bow Thruster Room Aft Deck Workshop

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Chapter 7 - Pre Emergency Plans Collision Engine or Shaft Casualty Grounding Man Overboard Helicopter Medical Evacuation Oil Spill Steering Failure

Chapter 8 - Life Saving Equipment Inflatable Life Rafts Rescue Boat Life Rings E.P.I.R.B. Life Jacket and Survivial Suit Life Saving Equipment Sets

Chapter 9 - Navigational Equipment Navigation Equipment

Chapter 10 - Maneuvering Data Turning Radius Speed Tables Deceleration and Acceleration Tables

Chapter 11 - Electrical Distribution Electric Panels Floodlight and Deck Lighting Schedule

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OBJECTIVES OF DAMAGE CONTROL

Prevent Damage By: Maintaining Watertight Integrity Eliminating Fire Hazards Maintaining the Ship and its Equipment Practice of Good Seamanship and Good Housekeeping

Control Damage By: Combating Fire Controlling Flooding Maintaining Stability

Repair Damage and Keep the Ship Operating

Protect Personnel By: Safeguarding Midshipmen and Passengers First-Aid Treatment of the Injured Abandon Ship Safely as the Last Resort

Train Midshipmen, Faculty, Staff and Instruct Passengers

Assure Operational Readiness of The Ship

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FORWARD

The reason for producing this book is to provide Faculty, Staff, Midshipmen and Cadets at the United States Merchant Marine Academy a central location where general information as well as information relating to the safety of the vessel and personnel aboard the KINGS POINTER can be found at a glance. This information can be found in many different publications, and drawings throughout the vessel. By consolidating this material in one reference, it will not only make important information readily available in an emergency, but it will also make it easier and faster for interested personnel to learn and familiarize themselves with the vessel. This Damage Control Book contains vital information and characteristics of the KINGS POINTER that may prove to be invaluable in an emergency.

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MARKING SYSTEM Marking System As you tour the vessel you will see spaces and items marked in a particular manner. The location marking system is based upon three numbers separated by hyphens, DECK-FRAME-SIDE:

Deck Numbers The first number of the marking is the deck number. The uppermost continuous deck from stem to stern is the main deck and is marked with a one "1". The decks below the main deck are sequential numbered. The deck immediately below the main ( or deck number 1 ) would be deck number two "2", the third deck down would be three "3", etc.... Decks above the main deck are called levels in that they are not continuous from stem to stern, and are marked by a zero proceeding that level. For example, "01" represents the first level above the main deck, "02" the second level, "03" the third level, etc.... For this vessel, the first numbers found for the marking system are: 04 Level Flying Bridge 03 Level Bridge 02 Level Forecastle, Weather Deck, officer's staterooms, ship's office, life raft stowage and rescue boat stowage 01 Level Staterooms, emergency generator, Midshipmen Classroom, and boatswain's locker 1 Main Deck Staterooms, galley, mess hall, hospital, gym and ship's store. 2 Deck Engineering Spaces and laundry 3 Deck Engineering Spaces Frame Numbers The second number in the marking system is the frame. Frames are usually numbered from bow to stern. Frame numbers on this ship run from 1 to 103. Frames are the transverse "ribs" of the ship and on this ship are spaced 2 feet apart. Frames on some ships may be closer than 2 feet at the bow and stern. Compartments and passageways are referenced by the forward-most frame. An example on this ship is passageway 1-9-0. It is on the first , or main deck and begins at frame number 9.

Side Numbers The third number of the basic numbering system is the side number. As in numbering of lifeboats and life rafts, side numbers are odd for the starboard side and even for the port side. Thus all fittings, and spaces to the starboard side of the centerline will have the last number being odd such as a "1" and all those to the port side of the centerline will have as their last number being even such as a "2". Those elements marked along the centerline will have a 0 as their last number. For the passageway 1-9-0 example above, the zero indicates that it is on the centerline of the ship.

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If two or more compartments or fittings have the same deck and frame numbers, they are numbered consecutively higher odd or higher even numbers from the centerline outward. 1, 3, 5 etc. on the starboard side and 2, 4, 6 etc... on the port side. In addition to the numbers used for the marking system, there may also be prefixes and suffixes to the numbers. Each of these has a specific meaning. A prefix such as FSD indicate a Fire Screen Door, a WTD would be a Water Tight Door and FS would indicate a Fire Station. The suffix is for the compartment designation. F would be for fuel oil, E for engineering spaces, W for salt water ballast and V for void spaces, etc.... Here is an example: 01-20-1-T would be on the first level above the main deck, its forward most bulkhead is at frame 20 and its on the starboard side. The T indicates that it is vertical access trunk. Here's a full example: The label FSD 02-23-0 indicates a Fire Screen Door on the 02 level, frame 23, on the centerline.

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CHAPTER 1 - CHARACTERISTICS

VESSEL PRINCIPALS Principal Characteristics Official Number Former Name Designation Vessel Type Builder Keel Laid Commissioned Radio Call Letters Length Overall Beam Design Draft Height of the Antenna above Design Draft Bridge Height above Design Draft Deadweight Displacement at design draft Net Tonnage Propulsion Cruising Speed Complement Pollution Control Coast Guard Inspected Classification Society Unrestricted Ocean Service Maltese Cross A1 E Ice Strengthened Class "C"

CG002248 CONTENDER TAGOS2 Ocean Surveillance Tacoma Boatbuilding Company Tacoma, Washington 10 JAN 83 29 JUL 84 WTDL 224'-00" 43'-00" 15'-01" 71'-00" 32'-04" 2,250 tons 1,914 tons 574 tons Diesel Electric 10 knots 30 Type II, Marine Sanitation Device Public Nautical Schoolship American Bureau of Shipping

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Engineering Particulars: Certificated for Unattended Engine Room Operations Main Engines (4) Caterpillar model D398TA, 970 HP Main Generators (4) Kato, 600 Kw, 600 VAC, 3 Phase Main Propulsion Motors (2) General Electric 800 HP, 750 VDC Emergency Engine Caterpillar model D3408TA, 400 HP Emergency Generator Kato, 250 kw, 400 VAC, 3 Phase Bow Thruster General Electric 550 HP DC Motor, 4 blades fixed pitch Harbormaster, 48" Tunnel Diesel Fuel Capacity (98%) 228,615 gallons Salt Water Ballast (100%) 146,642 gallons Potable Water Capacity (100%) 5,099 gallons Potable Water Made Daily 6,000 gallons/day Rudders (2) Spade, Semi-balanced Rudder Deflection 0o - 45o Propellers (2) 4 blades, 8' diameter, 8.5' pitch Shafts (2) Inboard Turning 50'-10.5" length, 7.5" diameter Shaft Break Hydraulic Anchor Windlass Hydraulic Anchors (2) 3,762 pounds Anchor Chain 1-3/8" Stud-Link, 7-S & 8-P Shots

Manning FULL OCEANS Master Chief Engineer Mates (3) Able Bodied Seamen (3) Assistant Engineer Engine Maintence (2) Steward/Cook/Baker

RIVERS, LAKES, BAYS & SOUNDS Master Chief Engineer Able Bodied Seaman (1)

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Unique Features of the Ship The propulsion and ship service electrical power is provided by four 600 kW, 600 VAC, 3-phase diesel generator sets feeding a common bus. The two DC main propulsion motors are powered by the main generator sets through silicon controlled rectifiers (SCR's). Ship's service power is derived through three 500 kW, 600 V/450 V transformers. Due to her earlier surveillance mission, the ship has been designed for reduced radiated noise. This has been accomplished through: • Cavitation free propellers at or below three knots; • Elimination of reduction gears in the propulsion system; • Sound insulation of diesel generator sets and other machinery; • Vibration dampening and acoustical insulation of all machinery; and, • Use of void spaces to isolate main generator spaces from exterior hull. Accommodations Accommodations aboard this vessel are similar to what may be found aboard commercial ships. There are single or double staterooms for each member of the crew, with adjoining stateroom sharing a head and shower. Officers’ staterooms have private facilities. There is an officer’s lounge and mess room. The crew has separate messing facilities and lounge. A 40-person classroom has been created in the former SURTASS electronics space. There is also a small classroom, an eight person berthing room, and a laundry.

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Staterooms

FS Door Location

Stateroom #

Occupant

02-20-1 02-20-2 02-26-2 02-30-2 02-31-1 02-40-2 02-41-1 01-16-0 01-21-0 01-29-1 01-30-1 01-39-0 01-52-0 01-20-2 01-22-2 01-32-2 01-39-2 01-48-2 1-24-2 1-33-2 1-43-2 1-49-2 1-53-2 1-58-2 1-63-2 1-70-2

Master Chief Engineer Mate Forward Engineer FWD Engineer AFT Mate Midship Mate Aft # 1 # 2 # 3 # 4 # 5 # 6 # 7 # 8 # 9 # 10 # 11 # 12 # 13 # 14 # 15 # 16 # 17 # 18 # 19 8-person Room

Master Chief Engineer Mate Asst. Engineer Asst. Engineer Guest Guest Cadet Cadet Cadet Cadet Cadet Steward/Cook Cadet Cadet Cadet Cadet Cadet Cadet Cadet Cadet Cadet 1 Cadet Cadet Cadet Cadet Cadet

TOTAL BERTHS 38

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Number of Berths 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 8


CHAPTER 2 - COMMUNICATIONS

Announcing System

Location

Compartment Served

03-15-1

Pilothouse

02-85-0

Ship Winch Control Station

01-68-2

Classroom

1-94-1

Fantail

2-52-0

Engineer's Main Control Station

Public Address (PA) System with Talk-Back Stations

Location

Station

Compartment Served

03-19-1

Main

Pilothouse

02-22-1

1

Passageway, Ship's Office

02-89-0

2

Ship Winch Control Station

1-60-1

3

Officers' Mess

1-75-0

4

Aft Main Deck Vestibule

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Damage Control Circuit 2JC (Sound Powered Telephone Jack Recepticals)

Location

Compartment Served

03-16-0

Pilot House

02-20-0

Passageway, Ship's Office

02-44-0

Weather Deck, Aft of House

01-11-1

Passageway, Emer. Gen Rm. Halon Station

01-49-0

Passageway

1-22-0

Passageway

1-40-1

Main Gen. Rm. Halon Station, Crew's Mess

1-61-1

Damage Control Repair Locker

1-75-0

After Deck Vestibule

2-34-1

Main Gen. Rm. Halon Station, Engine Stores Room

2-52-0

Engineer's Main Control Station

2-60-2

Main Motor Room

2-94-0

After Steering Room

3-63-0

Main Propulsion Room

3-80-1

Main Propulsion Room Halon Station, Tunnel

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Engineering Sound Powered Telephone Circuit 2JV Location

Station

Compartment Served

2-52-2

1

Engineer's Main Control Station

2-60-2

2

Motor Propulsion Room

2-34-1

3

Main Generator Room

01-10-0

4

Emergency Generator Room

02-14-2

5

Chief Engineer's Stateroom

02-32-0

6

First Assistant Engineer's Stateroom

01-38-0

7

Third Assistant Engineer's Stateroom

1-53-0

8

Officers' Mess

1-64-1

9

Machine Shop

2-29-1

10

Sewage Treatment Room

1-72-2

11

Port Side Refuiling Station

01-4-0

12

Forward Storeroom

1-72-1

13

Starboard Refuiling Station

2-12-0

14

Bow Thruster Motor Room

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Main Sound Powered Telephone Circuit 1JV

Location

Station

Compartment Served

03-18-1

1

Pilot House

2-52-2

2

Engineer's Main Control Station

02-85-0

3

Ship Winch Control Station

2-94-1

4

After Steering Room

02-1-1

5

Bow Lookout Station

02-20-1

6

Master's Stateroom

02-14-2

7

Chief Engineer's Stateroom

1-52-0

8

Officers' Mess

1-75-0

9

Aft Main Deck Vestibule

1-64-0

10

Damage Control Repair Locker

02-27-2

11

Chief Mate's Stateroom

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Public Address (PA) System Speaker Locations

Location

Compartment Served

03-18-1

Pilothouse

03-28-0

03 Level Weatherdeck

02-14-2

02 Level Weatherdeck

02-22-0

02 Level Passageway

02-43-0

02 Level Passageway

02-44-0

02 Level Weatherdeck

02-90-0

Ship Winch Control Station

01-14-2

01 Level Passageway

01-34-1

01 Level Passageway

01-54-2

01 Level Passageway

01-64-2

Classroom

01-72-2

Chartroom

01-73-0

01 Level Weatherdeck

1-14-2

Main Deck Passagway

1-39-0

Main Deck Passageway

1-61-1

Officers Mess

1-72-2

Main Deck Passageway

1-75-2

Aft Main Deck Vestibule

1-80-0

Fantail

1-80-2

Winch Array Workshop

2-30-0

2 Deck Passageway

2-54-2

Engineer's Main Control Station

2-60-2

Main Motor Room

2-94-2

Steering Gear Room

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4JV Sound Powered Telephone Circuit

Location

Compartment Served

Type

01-59-2

Classroom

Sound Powered Phone

1-101-1

Fantail (Rear Deck)

Jack Box

1-101-2

Fantail (Rear Deck)

Jack Box

2-53-2

Engineer's Main Control Station

Sound Powered Phone

Spare Sound Powered Telephone Circuit 3JV

Location

Station

Compartment Served

03-22-0

1

Pilot House

01-52-0

2

Senior Technician's Stateroom

01-24-2

3

Technician Stateroom A

01-30-2

4

Technician Stateroom B

01-34-2

5

Technician Stateroom C

01-43-2

6

Technician Stateroom D

01-59-2

7

Classroom

01-73-2

8

Chartroom

1-80-1

9

Array Winch Workshop

02-85-2

10

Ship Winch Control Station

1-53-0

11

Officers' Mess

1-17-2

12

Recreation Room

1-75-0

13

Aft Main Deck Vestibule

02-22-1

14

Ship's Office

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CHAPTER 3

TANKS, COMPARTMENTS & STRUCTURES

Tank Numbers and Locations Tank 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34

Space Designation 4-12-0-F 4-12-1-F S 4-12-2-F P 4-18-0-F 4-52-0-F S 4-52-1-F S 4-52-2-F S 4-52-3-F S 4-52-4-F P 4-72-1-F S 4-72-2-F P 4-72-3-F S 4-72-4-F P 4-80-1-F S 4-80-2-F P 4-E-0-W 4-6-1-W S 4-6-2-W P 4-24-2-W 4-24-3-W S 4-24-4-W P 4-86-1-W S 4-86-2-W P 3-94-1-W S 3-94-2-W P 3-58-0 PW 3-58-0 PW 2-72-0 2-31-1-HO 4-66-1-OW S 4-66-2-OW P 4-60-1-LO S 4-60-2-LO P 4-34-01 P & S

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Description Fuel Fuel Fuel Fuel Fuel Fuel Fuel Fuel Fuel Fuel Fuel Fuel Fuel Fuel Fuel Ballast Ballast Ballast Ballast Ballast Ballast Ballast Ballast Ballast Ballast Pot Water Pot Water Anti-Roll Sewage Oily Waste Oily Waste Lube Oil Lube Oil Void

Gallons 25888 21278 21387 26714 17819 7307 7278 6972 6972 15199 25771 13622 13627 10916 10871 10250 7192 7248 18417 11068 11032 19127 21706 11055 11023 4063 1035 18524 4102 5008 5015 5221 5221 45802

Tons 81.8 67.3 67.6 84.4 56.3 23.1 23.0 22.0 22.0 48.0 81.5 43.1 43.1 34.5 34.4 39.2 27.5 27.7 70.3 42.3 42.1 73.1 82.9 42.2 42.1 15.1 3.8 70.8 15.2 17.9 17.9 17.9 17.9 175

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Color Yellow Yellow Yellow Yellow Yellow Yellow Yellow Yellow Yellow Yellow Yellow Yellow Yellow Yellow Yellow Green Green Green Green Green Green Green Green Green Green Blue Blue Green Black Black Black Brown Brown White


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Engineering Department Sounding Locations Tank # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 32 33 30 31

Space Designation 4-12-0-F CL 4-12-1-F S 4-12-2-F P 4-18-0-F CL 4-52-0-F CL 4-52-1-F S 4-52-2-F P 4-52-3-F S 4-52-4-F P 4-72-1-F S 4-72-2-F P 4-72-3-F S 4-72-4-F P 4-80-1-F S 4-80-2-F P 4-60-1-LO S 4-60-2-LO P 4-66-1-OW S 4-66-2-OW P Emerg. Gen.

Description Fuel Fuel Fuel Fuel Fuel Fuel Fuel Fuel Fuel Fuel Fuel Fuel Fuel Fuel Fuel Lube oil Lube Oil Oily Waste Oily Waste Fuel

Sounding Location 1-16-0 1-23-1 1-23-2 1-23-1 2-61-1 2-59-1 2-61-2 01-56-1 01-56-2 1-73-1 1-73-2 1-73-1 1-73-2 1-80-1 1-80-2 01-62-1 01-66-2 01-66-1 01-66-2

98% Capacity Gals 25406 21008 21008 26387 17560 7277 7277 6865 6865 15029 25312 13383 13383 10726 10726 5116 5116 4907 4907 332

Tons 80.3 66.4 66.4 83.4 55.5 23.0 23.0 21.7 21.7 47.5 80.0 42.3 42.3 33.9 33.9 18.3 18.3 17.5 17.5 1.1

100% Full Capacity Sounding Gals 19' 4" 10250 8' 10" 2170 8' 10" 2170 20' 7" 7192 20' 9" 7248 9' 10" 2066 9' 10" 1141 9' 11" 18417 8' 5" 11068 8' 6" 11032 4' 5" 14697 20' 2" 45802 2' 1" 3710 10' 6" 2816 12' 4" 19127 12' 4" 21706 8' 10" 11055 8' 10" 11023 5' 11" 18524 9' 8" 1100

Tons 39.2 8.3 8.3 27.5 27.7 7.9 4.4 70.3 42.3 42.1 56.1 175.0 14.2 10.8 73.1 82.9 42.2 42.1 70.8 4.2

Sounding 20' 2" 18' 6" 18' 6" 20' 1" 4' 4" 3' 3" 3' 3" 17' 10" 17' 10" 18' 2" 18' 3" 16' 8" 16' 8" 13' 9" 13' 9" 17' 9" 17' 9" 17' 9" 17' 9"

Deck Department Sounding Locations Tank # 16

17 18

19 20 21 35 36

22 23 24 25 28 34

Space Designation 4-E-0-W CL 1-6-1 S 1-6-2 P 4-6-1-W S 4-6-2-W P 4-24-1 CL 4-31-1 CL 4-24-2-W CL 4-24-3-W S 4-24-4-W P 4-34-0 S 4-34-01 P 3-52-0 CL 3-68-0 CL 4-86-1-W S 4-86-2-W P 3-94-1-W S 3-94-2-W P 2-72-0 CL 2-92-2 P

Description Forepeak Chain Lcr Chain Lcr Ballast Ballast X Ducer Tk X Ducer Tk Ballast Ballast Ballast Void Void Cofferdam Skeg Ballast Ballast AP Ballast AP Ballast Anti-Roll Array Leak

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Sounding Location 01-6-0 01-8-1 01-8-2 1-12-0 1-12-0 2-25-1 2-31-0 2-33-0 2-30-1 2-33-2 3-48-0 1-51-0 3-59-0 2-89-0 1-86-0 1-86-0 1-94-0 1-94-0 1-72-2 1-92-0

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Tank Gooseneck Vents Vent Location

Compartmen Served

Color

02-1-1 02-5-1 02-6-1 & 2 02-9-1 & 2 02-12-1 01-13-1 01-13-2 01-14-1 01-18-2 01-22-1 01-23-2 01-24-2 01-25-1 01-26-1 01-27-1 01-28-1 01-33-2 01-34-2 01-36-2 01-48-2 01-49-2 01-51-1 01-51-3 01-54-1 01-54-2 01-55-1 01-55-2 01-60-1 01-62-1 01-66-1 & 2 01-70-2 01-75-1 01-77-2 01-78-1 & 2 02-87-1 1-73-1 (2) 1-78-1 1-78-2 1-86-1 & 2 1-93-1 & 2 1-94-1 & 2 1-95-0 1-100-1 & 2 1-103-1 & 2

Forepeak Ballast 4-E-0 Steward's Stores 01-2-1 Ballast 4-6-1 & 2 Ballast 4-6-1 & 2 Emergency Generator Fuel 01-6-3 Fuel 4-12-0 Fuel 4-12-2 Fuel 4-12-1 Fuel 4-18-0 Fuel 4-12-1 Fuel 4-12-2 Ballast 4-24-2 & 4 Ballast 4-24-2 Ballast 4-24-3 Ballast 4-24-3 Transducer Trunks 4-24-1 & 4-31-1 Ballast 4-24-4 Engine Void 4-34Engine Void 4-34-0 Port Sea Chest Purifier Sludge Tank 3-51-2 Starboard Sea Chest Engine Void 4-34-01 Fuel 4-52-3 Fuel 4-52-2 Fuel 4-52-0 & 4-52-1 Fuel 4-52-4 Lube Oil 4-60-1 Lube Oil 4-60-2 Oily Waste 4-66-1 & 2 Sewage Lift Station # Lube Oil Header Tank 1-75-1 Lube Oil Header Tank 1-76-2 Anti-Roll 2-72-0 Array Fluid 02-85-1 Potable Water Fuel Oil 4-72-1 & 3, 4-80-1 Fuel Oil 4-72-2 & 4, 4-80-2 Ballast 4-86-1 & 2 Ballast 4-86-1 & 2 Ballast 3-94-1 & 2 Array Leakage 2-92-2 Ballast 3-94-1 & 2 Stern Roller Voids

Green White Green Green Yellow Yellow Yellow Yellow Yellow Yellow Yellow Green Green Green Green White Green White White Green Black Green White Yellow Yellow Yellow Yellow Brown Brown Black Black Brown Brown Green Purple Blue Yellow Yellow Green Green Green Purple Green White

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Fuel Oil System Reach Rods

Location

Diagram Number

Function

1-24-0

1

Fuel Tank 4-12-0 Cover

1-24-2

2

Fuel Tank 4-18-0 Cover

1-25-0

3

Fuel Tank 4-12-1 Cover

1-25-2

4

Fuel Tank 4-12-2 Cover

1-72-1

5

Fuel Tank 4-72-1 Cover

1-72-1

6

Fuel Tank 4-72-2 Cover

1-72-3

7

Fuel Tank 4-72-3 Cover

1-72-4

8

Fuel Tank 4-72-4 Cover

1-80-1

9

Fuel Tank 4-80-1 Cover

1-80-2

10

Fuel Tank 4-80-2 Cover

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Remote Valve Covers Reach Rods

Diagram Number

Serving

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38

Fuel Transfer Tank 4-12-0 Yellow Fuel Transfer Tank 4-12-1 Yellow Fuel Transfer Tank 4-18-0Yellow Fuel Transfer Tank 4-12-2 Yellow Ballast X-Flood 4-29-1 Green Watertight Closure 2-32-2 White Watertight Closure 2-34-6 White Watertight Closure 2-34-4 White Bilge Ballast 3-52-2 Green Fuel Service Tank 4-52 X-Flood Yellow Starboard Fuel Service Tank Strip Yellow Starboard Fuel Return to Service Tank Y/Black Port Lube Oil Tank Suction Strip Brown Lube Oil Tank 4-60 X-Flood Brown Starboard Fuel Service Tank Fill Yellow Starboard Lube Oil Tank Fill Brown Starboard Fuel Supply to Diesel Generator W/Red Starboard Lube Oil Tank Suction Brown Port Lube Oil Tank Fill Brown Fuel Tank 4-74-4 Fill Yellow Fuel Tank 4-80-2 Fill Yellow Fuel Tank 4-74-4 Suction Yellow Fuel Tank 4-82-4 Suction Yellow Oily Waste Tank X-Flood 4-66 Black Fuel Tank 4-72-2 Fill Yellow Fuel Tank 4-71-1 Fill Yellow Fuel Tank 4-72-2 Suction Yellow Fuel Tank 4-72-1 Suction Yellow Port Fuel Service Tank Fill Yellow Port Fuel Supply to Diesel Generator Y/Red Port Fuel Return to Service Tank Y/Black Fuel Oil Tank 4-80-1 Fill Yellow Fuel Oil Tank 4-72-3 Fill Yellow Fuel Oil Tank 4-80-1 Suction Yellow Fuel Oil Tank 4-72-3 Suction Yellow Port Fuel Service Tank Strip Yellow Fuel Tank 4-52 X-Flood Yellow Anti-Roll Tank Fill/Suction Green

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Color

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Remote Valve Covers Reach Rods Diagram

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Fire and Ballast Pumps

PUMP # 1 Location

Capacity

Main Generator Room (3-49-1) 175 gal/min

Type, Local, and Operation Modes Centrifugal Self Priming Local, Fire Control Station 1-70-0 Engineer's Main Control Console

PUMP # 2 Location

Capacity

Type, Local, and Operation Modes

Main Motor Room (3-64-2)

175 gal/min

Centrifugal Self Priming Local, Fire Control Station 1-70-0 Pilot House Control Console

When the Pumps are used in the Fire mode:. 1) Open the motor operated suction valve. 2) The discharge valve must be kept closed. 3) Start the Pump. 4) Wait until pressure builds in the system. 5) Open the discharge valve.

THIS PUMP MUST BE RETURNED TO THE FIRE MODE AFTER USE AS A BILGE PUMP.

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Shore Connections

Location

Compartment Served

01-48-1

International Fire Main

01-47-2

International Fire Main

01-72-1

Dewage Disposal

01-72-2

Dewage Disposal

01-74-0

Electrical Power

1-72-1

Potable Water

1-72-2

Potable Water

1-72-1

Fuel Oil Fill Cut-Off

1-72-2

Fuel Oil Fill Cut-Off

1-72-1

Oily Water Disposal

1-72-2

Oily Water Disposal

CHAPTER 3

9 TANKS, COMPARTMENTS & STRUCTURES 8/7/01


Hatches & Scuttles

Location

Compartment

Scuttle 02-5-1

Focs'l to Passageway 01-2-0 Bos'n Locker

Scuttles 1-97-1 & 2

After Steering to Fantail, Main Deck

Location

Compartment

Watertight Hatch 02-10-0

Focs'l to 01 Passageway

Watertight Hatch 01-10-0

01 Passageway to Main Deck Passageway

Watertight Hatch 1-10-0

Main Deck Passageway to Bow Thruster Room

Location

Compartment

Non-Watertight Hatch 01-3-1

01 Steward's Storeroom to Forepeak Storeroom

CHAPTER 3

10 TANKS, COMPARTMENTS & STRUCTURES 8/7/01


Water Tight Doors Location

Connecting Compartemnts

Description

1-74-1

Main Deck Vestibule/ Weather Deck

Hinged, Manually Operated

1-74-2

Main Deck Vestibule/ Weather Deck

Hinged, Manually Operated

1-80-0

Winch Array Workshop/ Weather Deck

Hinged, Manually Operated

2-34-1

2 Deck Passageway/ Main Generator Room

Horizontal Sliding ElectroHydraulic Water Tight Door with Open/Closed Lights On Bridge and Engineer's Main Control Console and Bridge frame 03-16-0

2-52-2

Main Generator Room/ Engineer’s Control Station

Horizontal Sliding ElectroHydraulic Water Tight Door with Open/Closed Lights On Bridge and Engineer's Main Control Console and Bridge frame 03-16-0

2-60-2

Main Motor Room/ Engineer’s Control Station With Open/Closed Lights at

Horizontal Sliding ElectroHydraulic Water Tight Door frame 03-16-0

2-86-1

Tunnel

Hinged, Manually Operated

2-94-1

After Steering/Tunnel

Hinged, Manually Operated With Open/Closed Lights On Bridge and Engineer's Main Control Console and Outside Array Winch Workshop 1-80-0

3-72-0

Lower Main Motor Room/Tunnel

Hinged, Manually Operated With Open/Closed Lights On Bridge and Engineer's Main Control Console and Outside Array Winch Workshop 1-80-0

CHAPTER 3

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Weather Tight Doors

Location

Compartment

03-20-1

Pilot House

03-20-2

Pilot House

03-28-2

Pilot House

02-21-1

02 Passageway

02-21-2

02 Passageway

02-44-0

02 Passageway

02-88-1

Ship/Winch Control Station

02-88-2

Ship/Winch Control Station

01-13-1

01 Passageway

01-13-2

01 Passageway

01-45-1

01 Passageway

01-53-2

01 Passageway

01-62-1

Classroom

01-66-2

Classroom

01-72-1

Locker

01-73-2

Electronics Workshop

1-72-0

Main Deck Vestibule

CHAPTER 3

12 TANKS, COMPARTMENTS & STRUCTURES 8/7/01


Fire Screen Doors

Location

Serving

02-23-0

01 Passageway

02-28-0

03 Pilot House

01-23-0

Main Deck Passageway

01-28-0

Passageway

01-46-0

Main Deck Passageway and Main Generator Room

1-23-0

2 Deck Passageway

1-28-0

01 Passageway

1-46-0

Main Generator Room

1-71-0

Main Propulsion Room

CHAPTER 3

13 TANKS, COMPARTMENTS & STRUCTURES 8/7/01


Bulkheads

Frame Location

Type

6

Water Tight

11 1/2

Water Tight

12

Oil Tight

18

Watert Tight

24

Water Tight

34 1/2

Water Tight

52

Oil Tight

53

Water Tight

60

Water Tight

72

Water Tight

80

Oil Tight

86

Water Tight

94

Water Tight

100

Water Tight

CHAPTER 3

14 TANKS, COMPARTMENTS & STRUCTURES 8/7/01


Water Tight Ventilation Closures

Location

Compartment Served

04-22-0-S

Pilot House

03-35-0-S

Laundry Room, Bow Thruster Motor Room Sewage Machinery Room,Emergency Generator Room Bosn's Hole 01-1-2 Main Deck and 01 Level

02-7-1-E

Lower Hold Store Room 01-H-0

02-45-1-R

02 and 03 Levels

01-12-1-E

Emergency Generator Radiator

01-12-2-S

Emergency Generator & Swithboard Room

01-12-3-E

Emergency Generator & Swithboard Room

01-29-1-E

Laundry Room 2-24-1

01-31-1-E

Hospital 1-29-1

01-32-1-E

Hospital Head 1-31-1

01-71-1-E

Fan Room 1-67-1

01-73-1-E

Main Propulsion Motor Room 3-52-0

01-73-2-S

Main Propulsion Motor Room 3-52-0

1-74-2-S

Array Winch Mechanical Room

1-80-2-S

Array Winch Mechanical Room

1-91-1-S

Steering Motor Room

1-91-2-E

Steering Motor Room

1-92-2-E

Steering Motor Room

S

Supply

E

Exhaust

R

Recirculate

CHAPTER 3

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Fire Vent Dampers

Location

Compartment Served

03-42-1-S

Stack Vent to Main Generator Room

03-41-2-S

Stack Vent to Main Generator Room

03-42-1-E

Stack Vent to Main Generator Room

03-42-2-E

Stack Vent to Main Generator Room

01-6-4-S

Engineering Forward Storeroom

01-8-1-E

Emergency Generator Room

1-9-1-S

Bow Thruster Room Hand Wheel at 1-9-0

1-9-1-E

Bow Thruster Room Hand Wheel at 1-9-0

1-42-1-E

Range Hood

2-27-1-E

Laundry Remote Reach Rod in Gym

2-34-2-S

Sewage Room and Laundry Remote Reach Rod 1-36-0

2-34-4-S

Engineering Storeroom

2-34-6-E

Sewage and Laundry

S

Supply

E

Exhaust

CHAPTER 3

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CHAPTER 4 -- DAMAGE CONTROL

Emergency Lighting Lanterns

Location

Serving

02-21-2 02-43-1 01-14-1 01-43-2 01-64-0 1-47-2 1-60-2 1-72-2 2-31-1 2-34-1 2-55-2 2-63-2 2-94-1 3-71-1

02 Passageway 02 Passageway 01 Passageway 01 Passageway Classroom Main Deck Passageway Main Deck Passageway Main Deck Passageway 2 Deck Passageway Main Generator Room Main Control Station Main Motor Room Steering Gear Room Lower Main Motor Room

First Aid Boxes Litters and Stretchers Location

Item

03-22-1 02-30-1 01-42-2 1-42-2 2-52-2 3-34-0 1-32-1 03-24-0 1-32-1 1-32-1 1-46-1

First Aid Box First Aid Box First Aid Box First Aid Box First Aid Box First Aid Box Poison Antidote Locker Stretcher Stretcher Stokes Litter Stokes Litters (2)

1 CHAPTER 4 -- DAMAGE CONTROL 8/7/01


General Alarm Bells

General Alarm Control Switch is Located on the Bridge at 03-18-1

Location 02-14-0 02-28-0 02-44-0 01-13-0 01-21-1 1-46-0 01-58-0 1-14-1 1-34-1 1-72-2 1-75-1 2-10-1 2-29-1 2-52-0 2-56-2 2-64-0 3-67-0 2-94-2

Compartment Served Focs'l Weather Deck 02 Passageway 02 Weather Deck 01 Passageway 01 Passageway 01 Passageway Classroom Main Deck Passageway Main Deck Passageway Main Deck Passageway Main Deck Weather Deck Bow Thruster Room 2 Deck Passageway Main Generator Room and RED Rotating Light Engineer's Main Control Station Main Propulsion Motor Room and RED Rotating Light RED Rotating Light After Steering Room

2 CHAPTER 4 -- DAMAGE CONTROL 8/7/01


Damage Control Locker Main Deck Passageway 1-66-1 INVENTORY LIST Completed 6/9/01 QTY

 

1 4 1 1 2 4 3 1 1 1 6 4 15 1 8 10 1 2 2 5 1 1 BX 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 BX 1 4 2 1 1 1 6 1 3

Pkg of fiberglass patching material

     

Roll of nylon strapping Pkg of abrasive cloth Roll waxed paper Roll of rubber gasket material Cone-shaped plugs (various sizes) Expandable pipe patch Can of high density adhesive filler Hanging scale, 50# capacity Flange coupling Blank flange gaskets Access cover gaskets Blank flanges (various sizes) Shoring wedge Cone-shaped plugs (various sizes) Nozzle gaskets Emergency flashlight Wooden mallet Sound powered phone set Multi-purpose fire nozzles 1 ½” eductor strainer Hose couplings (various sizes) Fog nozzles 7 ¼” Portable radial hand saw Hanging scale, 100# capacity Bag of flange bolts AFFF 5 gal can eductor Tool box with various tools AFFF hose nozzle Nitrogen cartridge Hose couplings (various sizes) Fire station globe (in disrepair) “C” Clamps Battle lanterns 3-hose connection station Battery operated helmet lantern Watertight door dog extension Spanner wrench Epoxy resin cans Explosion proof drop lights 3 CHAPTER 4 -- DAMAGE CONTROL 8/7/01

1A 1A 1A 1A 1B 1B 1C 1C 1C 1D 1D 1D 1D 1D 2A 2A 2A 2A 2A 2B 2B 2C 2C 2D 2D 2D 2D 2D 2D 2D 2D 2D 3A 3A/3B 3B 3B 3C 3C 3C 3D


1 5 1 1 1 1

Wire cable with locking hooks Threaded pipe flange Bolt cutters T-handle actuator for recessed deck valves Sprinkler head Cylinder of compressed air

QTY

 

1 1 BX 1 3 2 1 4 1 1 2 2 1 2 1 1 2 1

Submersible utility pump Light bulbs (various) Fireman’s helmet Hard hats Eductor suction foot 4” eductor hose Fire axe 8# sledge 8# maul Crow bar 4’ foam applicator 4’ Pry bar 50# CO2 cylinders Hand saw Heavy duty floor jack for shoring Eductors Toilet plunger

3D 3D 3D 3D 3D 3D      

4 CHAPTER 4 -- DAMAGE CONTROL 8/7/01

4A 4A 4B 4C 4D 4D On deck On deck On deck Fwd blkhd On deck On deck On deck Fwd blkhd On deck On deck On deck


EMERGENCY GEAR LOCKER 01-41-1 INVENTORY LIST Completed 6/9/01

QTY

ITEM

19 Pr 6 1 1 1 1 1 2 4 4 2 7 4 2 5 14 1 1 2 10 4 3 1 1 2 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 5 6 2 1 1 1 1 5

Boots Firefighter jackets Crash suit with helmet Fog machine Red Devil blower Welding device (repair kit) Verifo Pak Kut CO2 extinguisher PKP extinguisher Scott air pack with tank Scott air pack with NO air tank Spare compressed air tank for Scott air pack Tending line Electrical sump pump 3” DC plug 2” DC plug 1 ½” DC plug 1” DC plug 6” DC plug 4” wedge 6” wedge Cone (small) Hand bilge pump (small) Flame safety lamp EBD ELSA Calibration testing kit 2” Peri-jet eductor 1” Peri-jet eductor #5 Screw jack #20 Screw jack Bag of brackets Battle lantern Fog fluid 1 ½” fire hose Fire hoods Tool box (large) Elephant trunk 5 gal canister of AFFF Hydraulic cutter Orange hard hats 5 QTY 8/7/01


4 19 1 1 3 2

White hard hats Yellow hard hats #12 C- clamp #10 C-clamp #8 C-clamp #7 C-clamp

ITEM 3 2 1 4 2 4 1 2 2 2 1 1 1 2 1 ½ BX 3 9 1 PR 25 1 1 BX 2 3 3 4 2 1 3

#4 C-clamp Sledge hammer Maul Fire axe Sound powered phone set 5’ pry bar 5’ adjustable metal shoring Drop light (not tested) Extension cord Pressure hose Fire system tester #3 bolt cutter #5 bolt cutter Fiberglass patching kits Rain suit Mask cleaning kit (50 pieces) In-line eductor Lantern batteries (not tested) Fire gloves Whistles Light weight fire jacket Assorted fire hose gaskets Life raft muster boards Nozzles (various) Hose nozzles Y-gate 2 ½” fitting ½” to 2 ½” adapter Flanges

6 8/7/01


Submersible Pumps and 440 VAC Pump Receptacles Pump Stowage Location

Servicing

1-61-1 01-44-1

Damage Control Locker Forward Damage Control Locker

440 VAC Receptacles

Servicing

01-6-0 1-14-2 1-64-1 1-66-1

Fore Peak and Chain Locker Bow Thruster Room Main Generator Room Main Motor Room

Remote Controls and Indicators Location

Compartment

Function

03-15-0

Pilot House

Main Propulsion Control Rudder Angle Indicator Gyro Repeater Bow Thruster Control Steering Control Selection Fire Pump Control Speed Log

02-87-0

Ship/Winch Control

Main Propulsion Control Rudder Angle Indicator Gyro Repeater Bow Thruster Control Steering Non-Follow-Up Speed Log

1-52-1

Officers' Mess

Gyro Repeater

1-61-1

Main Deck Passageway

Firemain Pumps Control Ventilation Emergency Shut-Down Fuel Oil, Lube Oil and Oily Waste Cut-Off Valves

2-52-0

Main Control Station

Main Propulsion Control Bow Thruster Control Firemain Pumps Control

2-94-0

After Steering Station

Steering Non-Follow-Up Steering Control Selector Gyro Repeater

7 ITEM 8/7/01


Station Card Front

Back

8 ITEM 8/7/01


Station Bill Locations Location

Serving

03-24-0 02-37-2 01-42-1 1-33-2 2-58-0

03 Pilot House 02 Passageway 01 Passageway Main Deck Passageway Main Control Station

9 ITEM 8/7/01


M/V KINGS POINTER STATION BILL

SIGNALS FIRE AND EMERGENCY- Continuous sounding of the ship’s Whistle and ringing of the General Alarm Bells for a period of at least 10 seconds. ABANDON SHIP- 7 or more short blasts and 1 long blast on the ship’s Whistle and a similar signal on the General Alarm Bells. MAN OVERBOARD- Hail, and pass the word “ MAN OVERBOARD “ to the bridge, and sound three long blasts on the ship’s Whistle and three long rings on the ship’s General Alarm Bells. DISMISSAL- From FIRE AND EMERGENCY station, 3 short blasts on the ship’s Whistle and 3 short rings on the ship’s General Alarm Bells.

INSTRUCTIONS 1. All personnel shall familiarize themselves with the location and duties of their emergency stations immediately upon reporting on board. 2. All personnel shall be provided with an individual supplementary station bill card which shows in detail their assigned duties. 3. It must be remembered that Fire, Emergency and Abandon Ship Drills should be treated as though a REAL emergency existed or else the purpose of the drill is defeated. 4. All personnel participating in abandon ship drills will be required to wear a life jacket, shoes and a hat. 5. Emergency Squads will assemble at their designated locations immediately upon hearing the “ Fire and Emergency “ signal. 6. Upon discovering a FIRE, notify the bridge immediately. 7. Upon seeing a person fall overboard, notify the bridge immediately. 8. Upon hearing the signal, “ MAN OVERBOARD “ throw a life ring buoy overboard, place engineroom on standby and send lookouts aloft. 9. All watertight, weathertight and fire screen doors, hatches and scuttles shall be kept closed at all times while the vessel is underway.

10 ITEM 8/7/01


M/V KINGS POINTER STATION BILL BILL ET # 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

RATE

FIRE & EMERGENCY

ABANDON SHIP

Bridge, OIC DC Locker, OIC On Scene, Assist On Scene, Assist Main Control Station

Bridge OIC OIC Raft #3 OIC Raft #4 OIC Raft #5 Main Control Station

6. 7. 8.

Master Mate Mate Mate Chief Engineer Asst. Engineer Asst. Engineer Able Seaman

LIFERAFT # 1 3 4 5 2

OIC Raft #1 OIC Raft #2 Take Muster Raft #1

1 2 1

9.

Able Seaman

Take Muster Raft #2

2

10.

Able Seaman

Take Muster Raft #3

3

11.

Able Seaman

Bring EPIRB & Flairs

1

12.

Able Seaman

4

Take Muster Raft #5

5

15.

Engine Maintence Engine Maintence Cook/Steward

Bring Navigation Equipment Take Muster Raft #4

2

13.

Bring Water,First Aid Kit

1

16.

Instructor Instructor

18.

Instructor

19.

Instructor

20.

Cadet

21.

Cadet

22.

Cadet

23.

Cadet

24.

Cadet

25.

Cadet

26.

Cadet

27.

Cadet

28.

Cadet

Report to Liferaft, Standby Report to Liferaft, Standby Report to Liferaft, Standby Report to Liferaft, Standby Report to Liferaft, Standby Report to Liferaft, Standby Report to Liferaft, Standby Report to Liferaft, Standby Report to Liferaft, Standby Report to Liferaft, Standby Report to Liferaft, Standby Report to Liferaft, Standby Report to Liferaft, Standby

1

17.

On Scene, OIC On Scene, Assist DC Locker, Emergency Squad DC Locker, Emergency Squad DC Locker, Emergency Squad DC Locker, Emergency Squad DC Locker, Emergency Squad DC Locker, Emergency Squad DC Locker, Emergency Squad DC Locker, Emergency Squad Report to Fantail, Muster Class Report to Fantail, Muster Class Report to Fantail, Muster Class Report to Fantail, Muster Class Report to DC Locker, Standby Report to DC Locker, Standby Report to DC Locker, Standby Report to DC Locker, Standby Report to DC Locker, Standby Report to DC Locker, Standby Report to DC Locker, Standby Report to DC Locker, Standby Report to DC Locker, Standby

14.

11 ITEM 8/7/01

2 3 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4


29.

Cadet

30.

Cadet

31.

Cadet

32.

Cadet

33.

Cadet

34.

Cadet

35.

Cadet

36.

Cadet

37.

Cadet

38.

Cadet

39.

Cadet

40.

Midshipman

41.

Midshipman

42.

Midshipman

43.

Midshipman

44.

Midshipman

45.

Midshipman

46.

Midshipman

47.

Midshipman

48.

Midshipman

49.

Midshipman

50.

Midshipman

51.

Midshipman

52.

Midshipman

53.

Midshipman

54.

Midshipman

55.

Midshipman

56.

Midshipman

Report to DC Locker, Standby Report to DC Locker, Standby Report to DC Locker, Standby Report to DC Locker, Standby Report to DC Locker, Standby Report to DC Locker, Standby Report to DC Locker, Standby Report to DC Locker, Standby Report to DC Locker, Standby Report to DC Locker, Standby Report to DC Locker, Standby Report to Fantail, Standby Report to Fantail, Standby Report to Fantail, Standby Report to Fantail, Standby Report to Fantail, Standby Report to Fantail, Standby Report to Fantail, Standby Report to Fantail, Standby Report to Fantail, Standby Report to Fantail, Standby Report to Fantail, Standby Report to Fantail, Standby Report to Fantail, Standby Report to Fantail, Standby Report to Fantail, Standby Report to Fantail, Standby Report to Fantail, 12 ITEM 8/7/01

Report to Liferaft, Standby Report to Liferaft, Standby Report to Liferaft, Standby Report to Liferaft, Standby Report to Liferaft, Standby Report to Liferaft, Standby Report to Liferaft, Standby Report to Liferaft, Standby Report to Liferaft, Standby Report to Liferaft, Standby Report to Liferaft, Standby Report to Liferaft, Standby Report to Liferaft, Standby Report to Liferaft, Standby Report to Liferaft, Standby Report to Liferaft, Standby Report to Liferaft, Standby Report to Liferaft, Standby Report to Liferaft, Standby Report to Liferaft, Standby Report to Liferaft, Standby Report to Liferaft, Standby Report to Liferaft, Standby Report to Liferaft, Standby Report to Liferaft, Standby Report to Liferaft, Standby Report to Liferaft, Standby Report to Liferaft,

4 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1


57.

Midshipman

58.

Midshipman

59.

Midshipman

60.

Midshipman

61.

Midshipman

62.

Midshipman

63.

Midshipman

64.

Midshipman

65.

Midshipman

66.

Midshipman

67.

Midshipman

68.

Midshipman

69.

Midshipman

70.

Midshipman

71.

Midshipman

72.

Midshipman

73.

Midshipman

74.

Midshipman

75.

Midshipman

76.

Midshipman

77.

Midshipman

78.

Midshipman

79.

Midshipman

80.

Midshipman

81.

Midshipman

82.

Midshipman

83.

Midshipman

Standby Report to Fantail, Standby Report to Fantail, Standby Report to Fantail, Standby Report to Fantail, Standby Report to Fantail, Standby Report to Fantail, Standby Report to Fantail, Standby Report to Fantail, Standby Report to Fantail, Standby Report to Fantail, Standby Report to Fantail, Standby Report to Fantail, Standby Report to Fantail, Standby Report to Fantail, Standby Report to Fantail, Standby Report to Fantail, Standby Report to Fantail, Standby Report to Fantail, Standby Report to Fantail, Standby Report to Fantail, Standby Report to Fantail, Standby Report to Fantail, Standby Report to Fantail, Standby Report to Fantail, Standby Report to Fantail, Standby Report to Fantail, Standby Report to Fantail, Standby 13 ITEM 8/7/01

Standby Report to Liferaft, Standby Report to Liferaft, Standby Report to Liferaft, Standby Report to Liferaft, Standby Report to Liferaft, Standby Report to Liferaft, Standby Report to Liferaft, Standby Report to Liferaft, Standby Report to Liferaft, Standby Report to Liferaft, Standby Report to Liferaft, Standby Report to Liferaft, Standby Report to Liferaft, Standby Report to Liferaft, Standby Report to Liferaft, Standby Report to Liferaft, Standby Report to Liferaft, Standby Report to Liferaft, Standby Report to Liferaft, Standby Report to Liferaft, Standby Report to Liferaft, Standby Report to Liferaft, Standby Report to Liferaft, Standby Report to Liferaft, Standby Report to Liferaft, Standby Report to Liferaft, Standby Report to Liferaft, Standby

1 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 3


84.

Midshipman

85.

Midshipman

86.

Midshipman

87.

Midshipman

88.

Midshipman

89.

Midshipman

90.

Midshipman

91.

Midshipman

92.

Midshipman

93.

Midshipman

94.

Midshipman

95.

Midshipman

96.

Midshipman

97.

Midshipman

98.

Midshipman

99.

Midshipman

100.

Midshipman

101.

Midshipman

102.

Midshipman

103.

Midshipman

104.

Midshipman

105.

Midshipman

106.

Midshipman

107.

Midshipman

108.

Midshipman

109.

Midshipman

110.

Midshipman

111.

Midshipman

Report to Fantail, Standby Report to Fantail, Standby Report to Fantail, Standby Report to Fantail, Standby Report to Fantail, Standby Report to Fantail, Standby Report to Fantail, Standby Report to Fantail, Standby Report to Fantail, Standby Report to Fantail, Standby Report to Fantail, Standby Report to Fantail, Standby Report to Fantail, Standby Report to Fantail, Standby Report to Fantail, Standby Report to Fantail, Standby Report to Fantail, Standby Report to Fantail, Standby Report to Fantail, Standby Report to Fantail, Standby Report to Fantail, Standby Report to Fantail, Standby Report to Fantail, Standby Report to Fantail, Standby Report to Fantail, Standby Report to Fantail, Standby Report to Fantail, Standby Report to Fantail, 14 ITEM 8/7/01

Report to Liferaft, Standby Report to Liferaft, Standby Report to Liferaft, Standby Report to Liferaft, Standby Report to Liferaft, Standby Report to Liferaft, Standby Report to Liferaft, Standby Report to Liferaft, Standby Report to Liferaft, Standby Report to Liferaft, Standby Report to Liferaft, Standby Report to Liferaft, Standby Report to Liferaft, Standby Report to Liferaft, Standby Report to Liferaft, Standby Report to Liferaft, Standby Report to Liferaft, Standby Report to Liferaft, Standby Report to Liferaft, Standby Report to Liferaft, Standby Report to Liferaft, Standby Report to Liferaft, Standby Report to Liferaft, Standby Report to Liferaft, Standby Report to Liferaft, Standby Report to Liferaft, Standby Report to Liferaft, Standby Report to Liferaft,

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5


112.

Midshipman

113.

Midshipman

114.

Midshipman

115.

Midshipman

Standby Report to Fantail, Standby Report to Fantail, Standby Report to Fantail, Standby Report to Fantail, Standby

15 ITEM 8/7/01

Standby Report to Liferaft, Standby Report to Liferaft, Standby Report to Liferaft, Standby Report to Liferaft, Standby

5 5 5 5


CHAPTER 5

FIRE FIGHTING EQUIPMENT

Emergency Ventilation Shut-Down Panel & Fire Control Station Main Passageway 1-61-1 Main Damage Control Locker

Diesel Generator EEmergency Stop

Fuel Oil Pump Emergency Stop

D/G 4 D/G 2 D/G 1 D/G 3

FO Transfer

FO Transfer

Stop

Stop

Stop

Stop

Stop

Stop

B

B

B

B

R

R

Fire/Ballast Pump No.2

Fire/Ballast Pump No. 1

Stop

Run

Start

Stop

Run

Start

R

Y

B

R

Y

B

FM Suction Valve Close R

Close Y

Open

FM Suction Valve

Open

Y

B

R

Ballast Discharge Valve Not Closed Y

KEY:

Close

Close Y

FM Discharge

Close R

Close Y

Y Yellow Neon Light

Open Y

Open Y

Open B

FM Discharge Open B

R Red Switch

Close R

Close Y

Open Y

Open B

B Black Switch

Emergency Ventilation Shut Downs Pull Boxes To Stop To Stop To Stop To Trip To Trip To Trip To Trip Sup Fan Sys Sup Fan Sys Sup Fan Sys HVAC Pr Pl HVAC Pr Pl HVAC Pr Pl HVAC Pr Pl 01-40-1 01-40-2 01-70-2 P-410 P-411 P-412 P-427

CHAPTER 5

1 FIRE FIGHTING EQUIPMENT 8/7/01


Fire and Ballast Pumps

PUMP # 1 Location

Capacity

Type, Local, and Operation Modes

Main Generator Room (3-49-1) 175 gal/min

Centrifugal Self Priming Local, Fire Control Station 1-70-0 Engineer's Main Control Console

PUMP # 2 Location

Capacity

Type, Local, and Operation Modes

Main Motor Room (3-64-2)

175 gal/min

Centrifugal Self Priming Local, Fire Control Station 1-70-0 Pilot House Control Console

When the Pumps are used in the Fire mode:. 1) Open the motor operated suction valve. 2) The discharge valve must be kept closed. 3) Start the Pump. 4) Wait until pressure builds in the system. 5) Open the discharge valve.

THIS PUMP MUST BE RETURNED TO THE FIRE MODE AFTER USE AS A BILGE PUMP.

CHAPTER 5

2 FIRE FIGHTING EQUIPMENT 8/7/01


Fire Main Cut-Off Valves Location 01 Passageway Overhead 01-16-0

System Isolated Fire Station No. 1 (02-14-1) and Drain 01-13-1

Main Deck Passageway 1-50-0 Forward of Valve

Fire Pump Number 1 Serving Fire Stations (FS No.) 01 Level FS No.'s 1, 2, 3 02 Level FS No.'s 4, 5, 6 Main Deck FS No. 8 Engine room FS No. 12

Aft of Valve

Fire Pump Number 2 Serving Fire Stations (FS No.) 01 Level FS No. 7 Main Deck FS No.'s 9, 10, 11 Engine room FS No. 13 Motor Room FS No.'s 14, 15 Tunnel FS No. 16

Fire Main Drains Location

System Drained

01-13-1

FS No. 1 (02-14-1) (with cut-out above for draining FS No. 1 during icing conditions) All Fire Stations on 02 and 01 Levels All Fire Stations on Main Deck Fire Pump Number 1 and All Upper Decks Fire Pump Number 2 and All Upper Decks

1-74-2 3-50-1 3-61-2

Fire, Smoke and Heat Detectors Location 01-1-2 01-H-0 01-6-0 1-6-1 1-42-1 2-6-0 2-24-2 2-34-0 2-52-0 2-60-2 2-94-2

Station 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

Compartment Served Spare Parts Storeroom (Heat Only) Forward Storerooms Emergency Generator Room Steward's Storeroom Galley Bow Thruster Motor Room Engine Storeroom Main Generator Room ( Two Units ) Engineer's Main Control Room Main Propulsion Motor Room (Six Units) After Steering Motor Room

Fire, Smoke and Heat Detector Main Panel is Located at Main Passageway 1-64-0 Adjacent to the Main Damage Control Locker Remote Annunciator Panel is Located in the Pilot House 03-22-2

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Fire Stations Location

Number

Serving

Hose

Applicator

02-14-1

1

02 Focs'l Deck

1-1/2" 50 ft

10 ft

02-20-0

2

02 Passageway

1-1/2" 50 ft

4 ft

02-41-2

3

02 Passageway

1-1/2" 50 ft

4 ft

01-19-0

4

01 Passageway

1-1/2" 50 ft

4 ft

01-42-2

5

01 Passageway

1-1/2" 50 ft

4 ft

01-47-2

6

01 Weather Deck 1-1/2" 50 ft 10 ft Two. 2. 1/2" Connections International Shore Connection

01-47-1

7

01 Weather Deck 1-1/2" 50 ft 10 ft Two. 2. 1/2" Connections International Shore Connection

1-33-0

8

Main Deck Passageway

1-1/2" 50 ft

4 ft

1-69-0

9

Main Deck Passageway

1-1/2" 50 ft

4 ft

1-72-2

10

Main After Deck

1-1/2" 50 ft

10 ft

1-72-1

11

Main After Deck

1-1/2" 50 ft

10 ft

2-34-1

12

Main Generator Room

1-1/2" 50 ft

4 ft

2-52-1

14

Main Motor Room

1-1/2" 50 ft

4 ft

2-71-2

15

Main Motor Room

1-1/2" 50 ft

4 ft

2-82-0

16

Tunnel

1-1/2" 50 ft

4 ft

All Hoses and Fittings are "NH" Thread ( 9 Threads per Inch )

Fire Axes Location 02-20-1 02-39-2 01-18-2 01-43-1 01-54-1 01-68-0 1-29-2 1-27-2 1-61-1 1-66-1 1-72-1 1-72-2 01-76-2

Fire Station 2 3 4 5

Compartment 02 Passageway 02 Passageway 01 Passageway 01 Passageway Classroom Classroom Main Deck Passageway Forward Damage Control Locker (2) Main Damage Control Locker (2) Main Deck Passageway Main Weather Deck Main Weather Deck Deck Locker (Helicopter Ax)

8

9

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Fixed Halon 1301, CO2, and Karbaloy Extinguishing Systems Space Served

Location and Bottle Capacity

Remote Pull Box

Emergency Generator Room 01-6-0

Passageway 01-12-1 & 2 1 - CO2 (50 lb.) 1 - Halon (90 lb.)

Passageway 01-10-2

Bow Thruster 2-6-0

Passageway 1-11-1 1 - CO2 (50 lb.) 1 - Halon (42 lb.)

Passageway 1-13-1

Main Gen. Room 3-34-0

Halon Locker 1-40-1 1 - CO2 (50 lb.) 2 - Halon (256 lb. each)

Passageway 1-39-1 Passageway 2-32-0

Motor Prop. Room 3-52-01

Tunnel 3-74-1 1 - CO2 (50 lb.) 2 - Halon (196 lb. each)

Aft Bulkhead of Main Control Sta. 2-60-2 Passageway 1-66-1

Array Workshop 1-75-0

In Space 1-76-0 1 - CO2 (50 lb.) 1 - Halon (145 lb.)

Outside Door to Space 1-80-1

Main Motors 3-65-1 & 2

Each Motor 2-65-1 & 2 CO2 (35 lb.) Each

Aft Bulkhead of Main Control Station 2-60-2

Paint Lockers 02-44-2 & 4

In Lockers 02-44-2 & 4 Halon (4 lb) Each

Inside Weather Door 02-44-0

Paint Locker 02-44-1

In Locker 02-44-1 Halon (4 lb.)

Fusible Link Self Activating

Galley Range Hood 1-45-1

Next to Range 1-45-1 1 - Karbaloy (2-1/2 qt.)

Fusible Link Self Activating

Halon System Operation:. First Open Valve Release , Then Open Cylinder Release.

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Foam and Foam Equipment Location

Space Designation

Equipment

01-40-1

Emergency Gear Locker

1-61-1

Main DC Locker

1-72-0 3-72-0

Main Deck Vestibule Steering Gear Tunnel

5 gallon Containers of AFFF Pick-Up Tube and Proportioner 5 gallon Containers of AFFF Pick-Up Tube and Proportioner 5 gallon Containers of AFFF 5 gallon Containers of AFFF

Halon 1301 Fire Extinguishing System Spare Bottles Location

Item

01-10-0 01-29-1 01-36-1 1-12-0 1-12-0 1-40-1 1-40-1 3-80-0 3-80-0

90 lb. Halon 50 lb. CO2. Two (2) 292 lb Halon 50 lb. CO2 42 lb. Halon 50 lb. CO2 256 lb. Halon. Two (2) 50 lb. CO2 196 lb Halon. Two (2)

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Manual Fire Alarm Pull Stations Alarm Station

Location Ladder Well 1-45-1 Ladder Well 1-70-0 2 Deck Passageway 2-34-0 Main Generator Room 2-52-2 Main Motor Room 2-60-2

8 9 8 9 9

Compartment Served Main Generator Room Main Motor Propulsion Room Main Generator Room Engineer's Main Control Console Engineer's Main Control Console

Alarm Sounds at the Main Fire, Smoke and Heat Detection Unit, Main Passageway 1-64-0 Adjacent to the Main Damage Control Locker, and at the Remote Fire Annuncitator in the Pilot House.

Self Contained Breathing Apparatus (Scott Air Packs) Location

Compartment

01-40-1

01 Deck Passageway Damage Control Locker

6 Complete Packs

01-40-1

01 Deck Passageway Damage Control Locker

Spare Bottles

1-66-1

Main Deck Passageway Main Damage Control Station

Complete Pack

01-46-1

01 Deck Passageway Exit door

Complete Pack

2-56-1

Control Room 450V Switchboard

Complete Pack

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Portable Fire Extinguishers Location 03-21-0 03-23-0 02-31-1 02-85-1 02-85-1 02-85-1 02-85-2 02-85-2 01-F-2 01-03-1 01-03-2 01-10-0 01-14-1 01-14-0 01-27-2 01-27-2 01-33-0 01-54-0 01-68-1 01-68-0 01-68-2 1-12-1 1-43-1 1-46-0 1-46-2 1-61-1 1-61-1 1-61-1 1-61-1 1-66-0 1-74-2 1-74-1 2-32-2 2-34-0 2-34-1 2-52-1 2-52-1 2-55-0 2-60-2 2-62-2 2-64-2 2-94-2

Compartment Served Pilot House Pilot House 02 Passageway After Maneuvering House After Maneuvering House After Maneuvering House After Maneuvering House After Maneuvering House Bosun’s Locker Bosn's Locker Bosn's Locker 01 Passageway 01 Passageway 01 Passageway Main DC Locker Main DC Locker 01 Passageway Classroom Classroom Classroom Classroom 1 Deck Passageway Galley 1 Deck Passageway 1 Deck Passageway Main Deck DC Locker Main Deck DC Locker Main DeckDC Locker Main DeckDC Locker 1 Deck Passageway 1 Weather Deck 1 Weather Deck 2 Deck Passageway Main Generator Room Main Generator Room # 1 Main Generator Room # 2 Main Generator Room Main Control Room Main Control Room # 1 Main Motor Prop. Room # 2 Main Motor Prop. Room Tunnel

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Type Dry Chemical ABC CO2 Dry Chemical ABC CO2 CO2 Dry Chemical. BC Dry Chemical ABC Dry Chemical ABC CO2 Dry Chemical. BC Dry Chemical ABC Dry Chemical BC CO2 Dry Chemical A BC CO2 (Four Units) Dry Chemical PKP Dry Chemical ABC CO2 Dry Chemical ABC CO2 Dry Chemical ABC Dry Chemical. BC Dry Chemical BC Dry Chemical ABC Dry Chemical ABC Dry Chemical ABC CO2 CO2 CO2 Dry Chemical ABC CO2 Dry Chemical ABC Dry Chemical. BC Dry Chemical. BC Dry Chemical. BC Dry Chemical. BC Dry Chemical. BC CO2 CO2 Dry Chemical. BC Dry Chemical. BC Dry Chemical. BC

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Size 10 lb. 15 lb. 6 lb. 15 lb. 15 lb. 10 lb. 6 lb. 6 lb. 5 lb. 10 lb. 10 lb. 10 lb. 15 lb. 6 lb. 15 lb. 6 lb. 6 lb. 5 lb. 10 lb. 15 lb. 10 lb. 10 lb. 6 lb. 6 lb. 6 lb. 6 lb. 15 lb. 15 lb. 15 lb. 6 lb 15 lb. 20 lb. 10 lb. 10 lb. 10 lb. 10 lb. 10 lb. 15 lb. 15 lb. 10 lb. 10 lb. 10 lb.

F.E.# #1 #2 #3 #6 #5 #4 #7 #8 #9 #10 #11 #12 #13 #14

#15 #16 #17 #18 #19 #20 #21 #22 #23 #24 #25 #26 #27 #28 #30 #29 #31 #33 #32 #34 #35 #36 #37 #38 #39 #40


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PRE-FIRE PLANS

Emergency Diesel Generator Room

01-6-0

Contents of Space Diesel engine, diesel fuel (320 gallons in tank under generator), lube oil in generator, lube oil header tank for bow thruster, hydraulic oil in anchor hydraulic power unit (50 gallons), battery cells, emergency electric switchboard. Adjacent Spaces Forward: Engine storeroom 01-1-2, steward's storeroom 01-2-1, bosun's locker 01-6-0. Aft: Passageway and weather deck Above: Focs'l weather deck Below: Chain lockers 1-6-1 & 2, ship's store 1-6-4, dry provisions storeroom 1-6-3. Manual Closures FSD 01-6-0 to forward storerooms, FSD 01-10-0 to passageway, scuttle 02-5-1 to focs'l deck, three (3) vent covers (exhaust) 01-12-1, two (2) vent covers (intake) 01-12-2, two (2) vent hand wheels to bow thruster 1-9-0. Fire Fighting Gear Fixed Halon System:. Bottles located in passageway 01-12-1 & 2, consist of one (1) CO2 (50 lb) and one Halon (90 lb). System automatically secures the power to the ventilation system (common system with the bow thruster), secures diesel generator fuel and air intakes and cooling air exhaust. Pull stations are located in passageway near access to space 01-10-2. Fire Hoses:. Interior stations #4 01-19-0 covers aft FSD and vent cover areas (access through weather tight doors 01-13-1 or 2). Focs'l deck station #1 02-14-1 cools focs'l deck and may access space through scuttle 02-5-1 and FSD 01-6-0. Interior station #2 02-20-0 led through weather door 02-20-1 or 2 and over railing to the exterior 01 level, cools vent cover areas not covered by station #4 01-19-0. Class of Fire Most possible cause of fire in this space is a rupture of a line or tank from the fuel, lube oil, or hydraulic oil system resulting in a class "B" fire. A second probable cause in an electrical panel class "C" fire. Fire Fighting SCBA's must be worn by the hose team at #4 01-19-0, the individual to initiate the Halon system and those to secure the vent covers due to smoke. Secure FSD's and scuttle, close vent covers to the space. Initiate Halon system by breaking the glass in the pull boxes, pulling valve release first and cylinder second. Failure to pull cables in this order may render the Halon system inoperative. (System may also be initiated locally by rotating the Nautilus valve counter-clockwise and pulling the trigger on the CO2 bottle. Initiation of the Halon system will sound a discharge alarm, secure the ventilation to the space, secure the emergency diesel generator, and release Halon into the space. Monitor the temperature of the focs'l deck, cool with the fire hose as necessary. Monitor temperature of the after FSD and vent covers, cool down as necessary with fire hoses. Monitor the space blow, especially the dry provisions storeroom for any fuel leakage and spread of fire. FSD 01-6-0 must be kept closed at all times when the focs'l is not actually occupied to prevent any dispersion of Halon forward, rendering fire fighting ineffective. Should spilled fuel cause concern about a re-flash upon opening of space for cleanup, apply AFFF to the deck from interior station #4 01-19-0, either through FSD 01-10-0 or vent covers 01-12-1. Hose team must wear proximity suits and SCBA's fit tested with escape provisions. Hose from station #2 02-20-0 should be fitted with an applicator to provide protection and cool down the AFFF hose team.

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Cleanup After discharge of Halon into the space, do not open the doors or vent covers for at least six (6) hours, unless the fire is obviously not out and must be fought with hoses. No entry into space without an SCBA until the space is properly ventilated and the atmosphere is tested safe. Upon opening space, proximity suits must be worn and an applicator rigged as a precaution against re-flash. Hazards Smoke will probable be forced into the passageway from under the FSD prior to response. In addition to smoke and petroleum hydrocarbons, Halon may decompose into hydrogen bromide and hydrogen fluoride, both of which are toxic. Battery may rupture or burn, introducing caustic fumes into the atmosphere and battery acid on deck. Operations Emergency diesel generator will be inoperative, damage may prevent future operation. Fire could result in loss of anchor windlass due to hydraulic power unit casualty. Fire or water damage to the emergency power panel could cause loss of emergency lighting and power resulting in a rewiring of main power circuits to bypass the panel. Evacuation To evacuate space exit: • Aft Fire Screen Door (01-10-0) to 01 Deck passageway • Foward Fire Screen Door (01-06-0) into boatswain locker overhead Emergency Escape Hatch (01-0-0) to 02 Deck.

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PRE-FIRE PLAN:

Galley

1-42-1

Contents of Space Deep fat fryer, electric range and ovens, microwave oven, dishwashers. Adjacent Spaces Forward: Aft: Port: Starboard: Above: Below:

Crew's mess 1-34-1, stack uptake 3-34-1, Halon locker 1-40-1 Officers' mess 1-52-1. Engine Room ladder well. Hull plating. Stateroom 01-40-1, Main DC Locker 01-40-1, passageway. Main engine generator space 3-34-0.

Manual Closures FSD's 1-42-1,. 1-43-0,. 1-52-1,. vent cover. 01-44-1 (exhaust from range hood). Secure ventilation at panel. P427,. switch #9. 1-58-0,. secure power to 440V appliances at P418 switches. #'s 1-5 144-0. Fire Fighting Gear Fixed Range Hood System:. Entire system located in and adjacent to range hood. Consists of 2.5 qt Karbaloy (liquid sodium) extinguisher, small nitrogen pressurizing bottle, weak links in range hood, remote pull in passageway 1-43-0. Fire Hoses: Interior station #8 1-33-0 through crew's mess or galley door, interior station #9 1-69-0 through officers' mess. Interior station #5 01-42-1 to cool down the deck in stateroom, passageway and DC locker above. Class of Fire Probable cause of fire is in the deep fat fryer on the range, either of which would be a class "B" fire. An electrical fire form any of the electrical appliances could also erupt as a class "C" fire. Fire Fighting Secure ventilation and all electrical circuits prior to attacking the fire with hoses. Range guard system will automatically activate in the event of a fire in the deep fat fryer or on the range. Weak links in the range will melt at 360o F, firing nitrogen bottle which will apply Karbaloy to the range top area, secure range hood ventilation and set range hood dampers to the fire fighting mode. System may also be manually operated at the yellow pull station outside the galley door. Smoke will probably enter the passageway and mess decks from under FSD's prior to response. #1 hose team with proximity suits and SCBA's cool down FSD prior to entering the space, using hose from station #8 1-33-0. #2 hose team with proximity suits and SCBA's fit tested with escape provisions proceed as hose team #1, using hose from fire station #9 1-69-0. Monitor temperature of the 01 level decks, cool down as necessary with hose from #5 01-42-2. Cleanup Karbaloy is a slippery, soapy mixture, which will require careful cleanup. If hoses are used, circuits should be carefully checked prior to re-energizing. Operations The appliance at the source of the fire should be considered damaged beyond use, and other appliances may require extensive attention prior to further use. This may impair food service, but should not severely impact the mission. Evacuation To evacuate space exit: • Aft Fire Screen Door (1-50-1) to Officer Mess. • Forward Fire Screen Door (1-42-1) to Crew Mess • Port Fire Screen Door (1-44-0) to Main Deck Passageway

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PRE-FIRE PLAN:

Hospital

1-29-1

Content of the Space Hospital bed, oxygen bottles, refrigerator, medical supplies, acetone. Adjacent Spaces Forward: Aft: Port: Starboard: Below:

Gym 1-22-1. Crew's mess 1-34-1, (steel fire bulkhead at FR 34). Passageway. Hull plating. Passageway, CHT machinery room 2-29-1, sewage tank 2-31-1.

Manual Closures Double FSD 1-29-1, vent closures 01-31-1 & 01-30-1 (exhaust from hospital and head). Secure ventilation at panel P427, switch # 9. 1-58-0. Secure power to vent re-heater at P427, # 10. Fire Fighting Gear Fire hoses, interior station #8 1-33-0 covers hospital area, interior station #9 1-69-0 (extra length of hose required) can cool forward bulkhead of the crew's mess 1-34-1. Interior station #4 01-19-0 can cool down the deck in stateroom 01-29-1. Class of Fire Probable cause of fire is a smoldering mattress, trash can, or burning medical supplies and packaging any one of which would be a class "A" fire. Acetone in the space would result in a class "B" fire. Either of these scenarios could develop into a class "B" fire if oxygen bottles are heated sufficiently. Fire Fighting Secure ventilation fans, vent re-heater and all electrical power circuits prior to attacking fire with fire hoses. Smoke will probably enter passageway from under FSD prior to response. # 1 hose team with proximity suits and SCBA's cool down FSD prior to entering the space, using hose from station #8 1-33-0. For other than a minor, smoldering fire, cool down the oxygen bottles mounted on the after bulkhead using high velocity fog. Forward bulkhead of crew's mess may be cooled down from station #9 1-69-0, using an extra length of hose. Monitor temperature of this bulkhead. Monitor the temperature of the deck in stateroom 01-29-1, cool down as necessary with hose from 01-19-0. Cleanup For a mattress fire, remove mattress from the space and dispose of it immediately. De-water the hospital as needed. Operations Other than loss of medical facilities, no impairment of mission should result, unless the fire spreads to the 01 level staterooms. Evacuation To evacuate space exit: • Port Fire Screen Door (1-31-0) to Main Deck Passageway

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PRE-FIRE PLAN:

Laundry Room

2-24-1

Contents of Space Washing machines, dryers, drier vent ducting, soap, dry bleach. Adjacent Spaces Forward: Aft: Inboard side: Outboard side: Above: Below:

Fuel tanks 4-12-1 and 4-18-0. Passageway and sewage machinery room 2-29-1. Ladder well and engine storeroom 2-29-1. Hull plating (waterline 5 feet above deck at normal draft). Gym 1-22-3. Ballast tanks 4-24-2 and 4-24-3, transducer trunk 4-24-1.

Manual Closures WTD 2-24-1, three vent closure reach rods in passageway at 1-33-2, one vent closure reach rod in gym at 1-27-1 (to dryer exhaust ducting), vent cover on weather deck at 01-29-1. Power Shutoffs Washers and dryers at panel P224 inside laundry door to left; exhaust fan switch over dryers or panel P411, switch # 15 at 1-56-0; supply fan in panel P427, switch #11 at 1-16-0 or inside door to fan room 1-34-2. Fire Fighting Gear Fire station #8 1-33-0 (with extra length of hose), fire station #12 2-34-0, CO2 extinguisher in DC locker. Class of Fire Possible class "A" fire caused by lint in drier vent ducting or rags, or class "C" fire caused by washer or direr electrical components. Fire Fighting SCBA's must be worn by hose teams and all personnel venturing below the main deck. Secure WTD, all ventilation and closures, and power to space. For class "C" fire, use CO2 extinguisher(s) on washers and/or dryers. For class "A" fire, lead hose and applicator from main deck fire station, open inspection plates to drier ducting, insert applicator and soak down the vent lining thoroughly. Cleanup When cool, remove lint from ducting and dispose of same. Wipe down and dry electrical circuits, including washers and dryers before energizing circuits.

Hazards Smoke will probably be forced into the engine room and main deck passageway prior to securing the ventilation. Operations Depending upon origin and severity of fire, the. washer and/or drier may be inoperative. Evacuation To evacuate space exit: • Aft Fire Screen Door (2-29-1) to 2 Deck passageway and then up ladderwell to Main Deck • Aft Fire Screen Door (2-29-1) to 2 Deck passageway then aft to Automatic Hydraulic Watertight Door (2-34-0) to Main Engine Generator Room.

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PRE-FIRE PLAN:

Main Engine Generator Room

3-34-0

Content of the Space Diesel engine generators (4), fire/ballast pump # 1, fuel and lube oil purifiers, potable water distillers, fuel and lube oil supply lines, aux. salt water. pumps (2), bilge pump power panel. Adjacent Spaces Forward:

A/C machinery flat 2-24-2, passageway 2-28-1, sewage tank 2-31-1, CHT pump room 2-29-1. Sides and Below: Void spaces 4-34-0 and 4-34-01. Aft (center) Potable water tank 3-52-0, cofferdam 2.5-52-0, main control station 2-52-0. Aft (deck wings): Propulsion motor space 3-52-01. Above: Fan room 1-34-2, baggage locker 1-40-4, crew's mess 1-34-1, Halon locker 1-40-1, galley 1-42-1, cleaning gear locker 1-40-2, staterooms 1-43-2, 1-49-2, 1-47-1. Manual Closures WTD 2-34-0, WTD 2-52-0, vent dampers (on stacks) 03-40-1 & 2(intake on forward face of stacks and exhaust on inboard sides of stacks), FSD 1-46-0, FSD 01-46-0, natural exhaust (4" pipe) 2-52-2 above main console. Close three remote reach rods to vent ducts 01-33-2. Remote reach rods to secure fuel supply/return from day tanks to engines in main deck passageway frames 63-65 (starboard) and frames 68-70 (port). Remote reach rods to close ventilation ducts from A/C machinery flat to engine room located in main deck passageway frame 23 (3). Fire Fighting Gear Fixed Halon System:. Bottles located in Halon locker 1-40-1, crew's mess, consist of one (1) CO2 (50 lb) and two (2) Halon (256 lb each). System automatically secures power to the two ventilation fans (located in stack uptakes), secures four main diesel generators. Pull stations are located in main deck passageway next to the crew's mess 1-39-0 and the passageway next to the A/C flat 2-320. Fire Hoses: Stations within space (#12 2-34-0 and #13 2-52-1) should be considered inaccessible. Interior station 1-69-0. will reach to ladder well 1-45-0 to cool main deck and FSD. Interior station at #5 01-42-2 will cool upper FSD and ladder well as will exterior station #6 01-47-1. Interior station #8 1-33-0 covers main deck, and may access space through FSD 1-23-0 and WTD 2-34-0. Class of Fire Most probable fire in this space is fuel or lube oil from a ruptured line or engine explosion. Assume a major class "B" fire. Fire Fighting Secure WTD and FSD, close vent dampers on stacks on 03 level (exhaust first to prevent Halon from escaping). If an engineer is in the main control station, have him secure the natural exhaust damper located high on the after starboard bulkhead of the main control station about five (5) feet from the starboard bulkhead in the parts bin stowage area. Initiate the Halon system by breaking the glass in the pull boxes and pulling the valve release first, cylinder release second. Failure to pull the cables in this order will render the system inoperative. Initiation of system sounds a discharge alarm, secures ventilation fans, and releases Halon into the space. • Monitor temperature of decks in main deck spaces located above engine room, cool down as necessary with fire hoses. Due to power panels in space, cool down of main control station forward bulkhead is not advised, even in worst case scenario. • Ladder well leading to FSD 1-46-0 and 01-46-0 is a major concern, due to rising heat and toxic fumes. Monitor temperature of the ladder well bulkheads, especially on the 01 level. If the temperature in the ladder well becomes too hot due to rising heat, puncture glass in FSD with point of fire ax, insert four (4) foot applicator to cool down. Do not open door, as a flashback may occur.

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Should spilled fuel cause concern about a re-lash upon opening of space for cleanup, apply AFFF to deck from fire station #8 1-33-0, led through FSD 1-23-0 and WTD 2-34-0. Hose team must wear proximity suits and. With adapters, a wye gate valve may be fitted to the tunnel station, providing one hose for AFFF and one hose for protective/cool down of AFFF hose team with a four (4) foot applicator.

Cleanup After discharge of Halon into space, do not open doors or vent covers for at least six (6) hours, unless fire is obviously not out, and must be fought with hoses. No entry into space without an SCBA until the space is properly ventilated and the atmosphere is tested safe. Upon opening space, proximity suit must be worn and applicator rigged as precautions against re-flash. Hazards In addition to smoke and petroleum hydrocarbons, Halon may decompose into hydrogen fluoride and hydrogen bromide, both of which are toxic. Operations Fire pump #1 should be presumed inoperative in this fire scenario. Halon securing main engines will shut down power for propulsion and hotel services. Only circuits powered by the emergency diesel generator will continue to operate. Evacuation To evacuate space exit: • Aft Automatic Hydraulic Watertight Door (2-52-0) to Main Control Station.. • Forward Automatic Hydraulic Watertight Door (2-34-0) to 2 Deck passageway. • Port Fire Screen Door (1-44-0) to Main Deck Passageway • Go up ladderwell (2-49-0) which leads to Main Deck passageway. Port Fire Screen Door (1-46-0) to Main Deck Passageway

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PRE-FIRE PLAN:

Propulsion Motor Casings

3-65-1 and 3-65-2

Contents of Casing Propulsion motor and wiring Adjacent Spaces Propulsion motor casings are located on the lower level of the propulsion motor space 3-52-01. Below: Fuel tanks 5-52-0, 1 & 2. Above: Lube oil header tanks to propulsion motors. Sides: Fuel manifolds, air compressors, fire/ballast pump #2, MG sets, power panels. Manual Closures None Fire Fighting Gear Fixed CO2 system: Bottles located next to motor casings (inboard) at 2-65-1 & 2, consist of one (1) each CO2 (35 lb). Each system automatically secures power to its propulsion motor. Pull stations (one pull box per motor) are located in the main control station on the after bulkhead 2-60-2. Fire Hoses: Motor propulsion space stations #15 2-72-2 and #14 3-60-1 will provide cool down of the motor casings. Interior station #9 1-69-0 will access motor casings though FSD 1-70-0. Class of Fire Fire is a class "C" electrical motor fire. Fire Fighting Initiate CO2 system to affected motor casing by breaking glass in system pull box and pulling the cylinder release. Initiation of CO2 secures power to the motor and releases CO2 into the motor casing. Monitor temperature of the motor casing, paying special attention to the Plexiglas panels on the casing. Cool down the exterior of the casing, and the Plexiglas panels, as necessary, with fire hoses. Use caution in cool down due to proximity of live power panels and MG sets. Cleanup After discharge of CO2 into the motor casing, do not open the casing for at least six (6) hours. Use an or SCBA when opening the casing and until casing and the motor propulsion space are well ventilated. Hazards Smoke and CO2 should be contained in sealed casings. Operations Affected propulsion motor will be inoperative, but the other motor will continue to operate. Motor propulsion space will be fully habitable and operational, unless Plexiglas panels melt, permitting smoke and CO2 into space. Evacuation To evacuate space exit: • Aft Manual Watertight Door into tunel access to after steering where there are to Emergency Escape Haches in the overhead at (2-99-2) and (2-99-1`). • Go up ladderwell at (3-64-0) which leads to ladderwell at (2-67-0) then go up ladderwell at (2-670) which leads to Main Deck • Go up ladderwell at (3-64-0) to 2 Deck go foward to Automatic Hydraulic Watertight Door (2-600) to Main Control Center

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PRE-FIRE PLAN:.

Propulsion Motor Room

3-52-01

Content of the Space Propulsion motor housings (sealed), air compressors, fire/ballast pump no. 2, fuel manifolds, lube oil header tanks for propulsion motors, MG sets, power panels. Adjacent Spaces Forward (deck wings): Forward (center): Sides: Aft: Above: Below:

Main engine generator space 3-34-0. Potable water tank 3-58-0, void 2.5-52-0, main control station 2-52-0. Fuel day tanks 2-52-3 & 4 (frames 52-60), lube oil tanks. 4-60-1 & 2 (frames 60-66), oily waste tanks 4-66-1 & 2 (frames 66-72). Tunnel 3-72-0, fuel tanks 4-72-1, 2, 3 & 4. Officers' mess 1-52-1, machine shop 1-62-1, main DC locker 1-61-1 fan room 1-67-1, crew staterooms, 1-58-2, 1-63-2, 1-67-2. Fuel tanks 4-52-0, 1 & 2.

Manual Closures WTD 2-60-2, WTD 3-72-1, vent covers 01-73-1 & 3 (exhaust), vent covers 01-73-2 & 4 (intake), FSD 1-70-0, natural exhaust (4" pipe) 2-60-1 about five (5) feet from starboard bulkhead. Fire Fighting Gear Fixed Halon system:. Bottles located in tunnel 3-74-1, consist of one (1) CO2 (50 lb) and two (2) Halon (196 lb each). System automatically secures power to the ventilation fan affected space. Pull stations are located in the main control station aft bulkhead 2-60-2, and the main deck passageway next to the machine shop 1-66-1. Fire Hoses: Stations within space (#15 2-71-2 & #14 3-60-1) should be considered inaccessible. Interior station 1-69-0 and exterior stations #11 & #10 1-72-1 & 2 will cover main deck and ladder well for cooling. Tunnel station #16 2-82-0 may access space through WTD 3-72-1. Class of Fire Most probable fire in this space is fuel from a rupture in fuel tanks or fuel manifolds. Lube oil fire is the second probable cause. Assume a major class "B" fire. Fire Fighting Secure WTD and FSD, close vent covers on 01 level (exhaust first to prevent Halon from escaping). If an engineer is in the main control station, have him secure the natural exhaust damper located high on the after starboard bulkhead of the main control station about five (5) feet from the starboard bulkhead in the parts bin stowage area. Initiate the Halon system by breaking the glass in the pull boxes and pulling the valve release first, cylinder release second. Failure to pull the cables in this order will render the system inoperative. Initiation of system sounds a discharge alarm, secures ventilation fans, and releases Halon into the space. • Monitor temperature of decks in main deck spaces located above motor room, cool down as necessary with fire hoses. Deck in wings in main control station may be monitored for temperature rise, but due to power panels in space, cool down is not advised, even in worst case scenario. • If ladder well leading to FSD 1-70-0 becomes too hot due to rising heat, puncture glass in FSD with point of fire ax, insert four (4) foot applicator to cool down. Do not open door, as a flashback may occur. • Should spilled fuel cause concern upon opening of space for cleanup, apply AFFF to deck from fire station in tunnel. Hose team must wear proximity suits and SCBA 's. With adapters, a wye gate valve may be fitted to the tunnel station, providing one hose for AFFF and one hose for protective/cool down of AFFF hose team with a four (4) foot applicator.

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Cleanup After discharge of Halon into space, do not open doors or vent covers for at least six (6) hours, unless fire is obviously not out, and must be fought with hoses. No entry into space without an SCBA until the space is properly ventilated and the atmosphere is tested safe. Upon opening space, proximity suit must be worn and applicator rigged as precautions against re-flash. Hazards In addition to smoke and petroleum hydrocarbons, Halon may decompose into hydrogen fluoride and hydrogen bromide, both of which are toxic. Operations Fire pump #2 should be presumed inoperative in this fire scenario. Propulsion motors, being in sealed housings, should continue to operate, unless power cables from main control station are damaged. Evacuation To evacuate space exit: • Aft Manual Watertight Door into tunel access to after steering where there are two Emergency Escape Haches in the overhead at (2-99-2) and (2-99-1`). • Forward Automantic Hydraulic Watertight Door at (2-60-2) to Main Control Station. • Go up ladderwell at (2-67-0) which leads to Main Deck Passageway

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PRE-FIRE PLAN:

Steering Room

2-94-0

Contents of Space Hydraulic steering pumps, hydraulic oil, electric motors, vent fans. Adjacent Spaces Forward: Above: Below, Sides and Aft: Forward:

Tunnel Weather deck Ballast tanks 3-94-1 & 2 Ballast tanks 4-86-1 & 2, tunnel 2-86-0, array leakage tank 3-92-2

Manual Closures Escape scuttles 1-97-1 & 2, WTD 2-94-0, intake vent 1-92-1, exhaust vents 1-90-2 and 1-91-2. Power Shutoffs Secure ventilation panel P412, switch #2 at 2-72-0. Secure power to steering gear panel EP408 at EDG switchboard 01-10-2 and at panel P413. Secure power to panel at MCSC panel 2-54-3. Secure light panel L128-6 at 2-61-2 next to aft MSCS WTD. Fire Fighting Gear Fire stations #11 & #10 1-72-1 & 2 (extra length of hose required on starboard side), #16 2-82-0, AFFF nozzles & foam, CO2 fire extinguisher in DC Locker. Class of Fire Possible class "B" fire from hydraulic oils. Possible class "C" fire from electric motors. Two classes may combine. Fire Fighting Secure power, make manual closures. For a known class "C" fire, enter from tunnel with CO2 extinguisher wearing SCBA. Apply CO2 to source of fire. For class "B" or unknown fire, lead out hoses from stations #11 & #10 1-72-1 & 2. Rig AFFF nozzle to starboard hose, install fog applicator on port hose. Lead both hoses to port scuttle, cool down decks with water from both hoses. Cool scuttle, open scuttle and immediately discharge AFFF into space through water curtain from fog applicator, cooling decks while changing foam drums, reseal scuttle, set re-flash watch. Cleanup De-water space with bilge pump or submersible electric pump. Two lengths of hard rubber suction hose with a foot valve may be needed to reach the space as the nearest submersible pump power outlet is located aft of the main deck DC locker. Hazards Combination of AFFF and hydraulic oil will make deck of space extremely slippery for cleanup. Operations Assume the total loss of the steering systems. Rig for chain fall steering. Evacuation To evacuate space exit: • There are to Emergency Escape Haches in the overhead at (2-99-2) and (2-99-1`). • Forward to Manual Watertight Door (3-94-0) into tunnel access that leads to motor room

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PRE-FIRE PLAN:

Bow Thruster Room

2-6-0

Contents of Space Electric bow thruster motor, lube oil sump and line, power panels, bow. thruster cooling pump. Adjacent Spaces Forward: Sides and Below: Aft: Above:

Forepeak ballast tank 4-E-0. Ballast tanks 4-6-1 & 2. Fuel tanks 4-12-0, 1 & 2. Chain lockers 1-6-1 & 2, dry provisions storeroom 1-6-3, electric shop 1-6-4, passageway.

Manual Closures Watertight hatch 1-10-2, two (2) hand wheels to intake and exhaust ducts 1-9-0, valve to bow thruster lube oil header tank 01-12-2 in emergency generator room 01-6-0. Fire Fighting Gear Fixed Halon System:. Bottles located on main deck passageway 1-11-1, consist of one (1) CO2 (50 lb) and one (1) Halon (42 lb). System automatically secures power to ventilation system for affected space (common vent fan for bow thruster space and emergency generator space 01-06-01). Pull station located near bottles 1-13-1. Fire Hoses:. Interior station. #8 1-33-0 will cover hatch and passageway for cooling, but may not reach forward corners of dry goods storeroom and ship's store. Class of Fire Possible class "C" fire from electrical bow thruster motor or power panels. Possible class "B" fire from lube oil header. Two classes may combine. Fire Fighting Secure hatch and vent hand wheels. Engineers in main control station secure power to bow thruster motor at main panel. Close valve on lube oil header tank in emergency diesel generator room. Initiate Halon system by breaking glass in pull boxes. Pulling valve release first and cylinder release second. Failure to pull cables in this order may render the Halon system inoperative. The Halon system may also be initiated locally at the bottles. Turn Nautilus valve counter clockwise, pull trigger on top of the CO2 bottle. Initiation of the Halon system sounds a discharge alarm, secures the ventilation fan and releases Halon into the space. • Monitor temperature of decks in main deck spaces located above bow thruster room, cool down as needed with fire hoses. • Adjacent bulkheads may best be cooled down, should such action be needed, by flooding ballast tanks and ensuring fuel tanks are full. If fuel tanks are empty or nearly so, they should be flooded with water to prevent buildup of an explosive atmosphere. Cleanup After discharge of Halon into the space, do not open the hatch or vents for at least six (6) hours unless fire is obviously not out. No entry into the space without an SCBA until the space is properly ventilated and the atmosphere is tested safe. Proximity suit must be worn and applicator rigged as precautions against re-flash. Hazards In addition to smoke and petroleum hydrocarbons, Halon may decompose into hydrogen fluoride and hydrogen bromide,. both of which are toxic. Operations Depending upon origin and severity of fire, the bow thruster motor may be inoperative. Evacuation To evacuate space exit: • Exit up ladder at (2-11-0) to Main Deck passageway CHAPTER 6

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Aft Deck Workshop

1-75-0

Contents of Space Lube oil in stern tube header tanks, hydraulic oil in array hydraulic power unit tank, rags and other materials. Adjacent Spaces Forward: Aft and Sides: Above: Below:

Main deck vestibule and open decks. Open decks. Lube oil drums, deck lockers and open deck. Anti-roll tank 2-72-0, tunnel 3-72-0, fuel tanks 4-72-1, 2 & 4

Manual Closures WTD 1-80-0, vent covers 1-75-2 (intake) and 1-80-2 (exhaust) Fire Fighting Gear Fixed Halon System:. Bottles located within space, consist of one (1) CO2 (50 lb) and one Halon (145 lb). System automatically secures the power to the air conditioning unit 1-77-1, hydraulic power unit exhaust fan 1-80-2, and hydraulic power unit. Pull stations are located outside space entry by WTD 1-80-0. Fire Hoses:. Interior stations #9 1-69-0 and exterior stations #11 & 10 1-72-1 & 2 provide coverage for sides of the space and vent openings. Exterior stations #7 & #6 01-47-1 & 2 (require extra lengths of hose) cool overhead deck, lockers, lube oil drums, header tank goosenecks. Class of Fire Most possible cause of fire in this space is a rupture of a line or tank from lube oil, or hydraulic oil system, resulting in a class "B" fire. A second probable cause are rags, a class "A" fire. Fire Fighting Secure WTD, close vent covers (exhaust first to prevent escape of Halon to the space. Initiate Halon system by breaking the glass in the pull boxes, pulling valve release first and cylinder second. Failure to pull cables in this order may render the Halon system inoperative. Unlike other Halon systems on board, it is unsafe to operate. this system locally from the bottles due to them being located in the space served. Initiation of the Halon system will sound a discharge alarm, secure the air conditioning unit, exhaust fan and hydraulic power unit, and release Halon into the space. Monitor the temperature of the top of the workshop, cool with the fire hose as necessary. Monitor temperature of the bulkheads, cool down as necessary with main deck fire hoses. For a major fire and rupture in the hydraulic power unit room, with a large amount of hydraulic oil released, rig AFFF nozzle to fire hose #10 1-72-2, open vent cover 1-75-2 near deck grating, apply AFFF through vent into hydraulic power unit room. Cleanup After discharge of Halon into the space, do not open the doors or vent covers for at least six (6) hours, unless the fire is obviously not out and must be fought with hoses. No entry into space without an SCBA until the space is properly ventilated and the atmosphere is tested safe. Upon opening space, proximity suits must be worn an applicator rigged as a precaution against re-flash. If AFFF was applied to hydraulic power unit room, deck drains located at after end of hydraulic power unit and next to steps may be opened to drain oil, water and AFFF into array leakage tank 2-92-2.

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Hazards In addition to smoke and petroleum hydrocarbons, Halon may decompose into hydrogen bromide and hydrogen fluoride, both of which are toxic. Battery may rupture or burn, introducing caustic fumes into the atmosphere and battery acid on deck. Operations Stern tube header tanks may become contaminated, causing damage to the stern tube seals. Loss of array hydraulic power unit would require operation of array winch and level wind in emergency electric mode. Evacuation To evacuate space exit: Exit Manual Watertight Door ((1-80-0) to Fantail

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CHAPTER 7

PRE- EMERGENCY PLAN:

PRE-EMERGENCY PLAN:

Collision

The following should be used as a guideline in the event that the vessel is involved in a collision: • Sound the "Fire & Emergency" Signal. •

Call engine room and notify the engineer of the situation. Bilge pumps are to be made ready for immediate use. Notify the Master. Place the throttle handles in the vertical, “STOP ENGINES” position.

Fix the vessel's position, note the location on the navigation chart, and check the bottom characteristics. Check tide and tidal currents.

Display the appropriate day shapes or lights for the situation, such as "Not Under Command" or "Restricted in Ability to Maneuver."

Upon reporting to the bridge the Emergency Squad will be directed to the scene and will establish communications with the bridge via sound powered telephone and VHF radio.

Ensure that all watertight doors, hatches and scuttles are closed and properly dogged.

Have the Emergency Squad assign personnel to go to the foredeck and make ready the anchors for letting go. Do not deploy the anchors until ordered to do so by the Master. They shall also determine if there is evidence of an oil spill (sheen or film upon the water).

A muster shall be taken to account for all personnel.

Have the Emergency Squad assign personnel to conduct a thorough inspection of all spaces for possible flooding. They shall also sound all tanks and voids.

If it has been determined that a space is flooding, the Chief Engineer will be instructed to start the bilge pumps in order to control any further flooding. If the space is not accessible to the bilge system, de-watering equipment must be employed. This includes the P-250 pump, submersible electric pumps and eductors.

Make a Security Call on VHF Channels 13 and 16. Indicate the vessel's position and the specifics of the situation.

The Master will contact the other vessel regarding their situation and exchange necessary information.

The Master will make the necessary damage condition calculations regarding stability. The Master will make decisions regarding making calls to the Coast Guard and other agencies as well as the need for assistance.

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PRE-EMERGENCY PLAN:

Engine or Shaft Casualty

The following should be used as a guideline in the event that an engine or shaft casualty occurs. Three types of casualties may occur while underway. The first is loss of bridge throttle control, the second is complete loss of diesel electric power, and the third is loss of one shaft, perhaps due to failure of a propulsion motor. In the event that throttle control is lost on the bridge, the following actions will be taken: • • • •

• •

Call engine room and notify the engineer of the situation. Notify the Master. Place the throttle handles in the vertical, “STOP ENGINES” position. Have the engineer take throttle control. The bridge will issue appropriate orders via the Engine Order Telegraphs. Order desired engine speeds using the following table: ORDER

RPM

Dead Slow Slow Half Full Emergency Full

25 50 100 150 175

If intermediate RPM values are needed, requests must be made directly to the engineer at the Master Ship Control Station. When control is returned to the bridge throttles, they must be tested in the ahead and astern modes to ensure they are in good working order.

In the event that there is a total power failure, the following actions will be taken: • • • • • •

Call engine room and notify the engineer of the situation. Notify the Master. If in piloting waters, call out an anchor watch and have them stand by on the foredeck until the situation is remedied. Give a Security Call on VHF Channels 13 and 16. Indicate the vessel's position and the specifics of the situation. Display the appropriate day shapes and lights for “Vessels Not Under Command.” When the engines are put back on line, test them in the ahead and astern modes before resumption of voyage.

In the event that one shaft must be taken out of service, the following actions will be taken: • • •

Call engine room and notify the engineer of the situation. Notify the Master. Bring back the throttles on both shafts and put the defective shaft throttle to the vertical “STOP ENGINE” position. Adjust the throttle speed on the available shaft while adjusting helm to compensate for the thrust produced by having only one shaft turning. That is to say, apply helm toward the side of the operational shaft in order to maintain a steady heading. When the shaft is put back on line, test it in the ahead and astern modes before resumption of the voyage.

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PRE-EMERGENCY PLAN:

Grounding

The following should be used as a guideline in the event that the vessel runs aground: •

Sound the "Fire & Emergency" Signal.

Call engine room and notify the engineer of the situation. Bilge pumps are to be made ready for immediate use. Notify the Master. Place the throttle handles in the vertical “STOP ENGINES” position.

Fix the vessel's position, note the location on the navigation chart.

Check tide and tidal current.

Display the appropriate day shapes or lights for a "Vessel Aground."

Upon reporting to the bridge the Emergency Squad will be directed to the scene and will establish communications with the bridge via sound powered telephone and VHF radio.

Ensure that all watertight doors, hatches and scuttles are closed and properly dogged.

Have the Emergency Squad assign personnel to go to the foredeck and make ready the anchors for letting go. Do not deploy the anchors until ordered to do so by the Master.

Emergency Squad shall also be responsible for taking lead line soundings around the vessel so as to ascertain the point of grounding. Ascertain the type of bottom by arming the hand lead. It may become necessary to launch the rescue boat to accomplish a complete set of soundings. The Master will approve the deployment of the launch. They shall also determine if there is evidence of an oil spill (sheen or film upon the water). A muster shall be taken to account for all personnel. Report all findings to the bridge.

Have the Emergency Squad assign personnel to conduct a thorough inspection of all spaces for possible flooding. They shall also sound all tanks and voids.

A muster shall be taken to account for all personnel.

If it has been determined that a space is flooding, the Chief Engineer will be instructed to start the bilge pumps in order to control any further flooding. If the space is not accessible to the bilge system, de-watering equipment must be employed. This includes the P-250 pump, submersible electric pumps and eductors.

Make a Security Call on VHF Channels 13 and 16. Indicate the vessel's position and the specifics of the situation.

The Master will make the necessary damage condition calculations regarding stability. The Master will make decisions regarding making calls to the Coast Guard and other agencies as well as the need for assistance.

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PRE-EMERGENCY PLAN:

Man Overboard

The following is a guideline to be used in the event that a man is reported overboard. It is imperative that the actions be swift and sure, so that the location and recovery of the individual can be affected as soon as possible.

Upon receipt of notification that a man has fallen overboard: • •

If person is in sight maneuver vessel immediately towards the person and provide a lee. If person not in sight begin Williamson turn (providing adequate sea room is available). a. Put the rudder hard over in the direction of the fallen man, b. When the heading of the vessel is 60o off the initial heading, shift the rudder, c. Steady up on the reciprocal heading and reduce speed.

Sound the Man Overboard Signal (3 long blasts on the ship's whistle and 3 long rings on the ship's general alarm).

Make appropriate announcement over the PA System:. "Now hear this, now hear this: Man overboard on the port (starboard) side; man overboard on the port (starboard) side."

Release the bridge wing life rings over the side with strobe light and orange smoke.

Fix the ship's position.

Have non-essential watch personnel act as bridge lookouts until they are properly relieved.

After completion of Williamson turn, either reduce speed, stop, or back down, depending on the ship's proximity to the victim.

Hoist the "OSCAR" Flag. Make PAN call on VHF Channels 13 and 16 stating the vessel's position and man overboard status.

Ensure that there is an open and continuous line of communication between the lookouts and the bridge.

Station additional lookouts as deemed necessary.

At night, have the ship's searchlights manned and continuously trained on the life ring to provide a reference point toward which man can swim if he is able.

Maneuver vessel so that a lee is provided when launching the rescue boat.

Prior to launching the rescue boat, ensure that: a. Boat crew is equipped with life jackets; b. Radio communications are established between rescue boat and the bridge; and, c. Rescue boat will not be lowered until the Master gives the order.

Have first-aid kit, stokes litter, and blankets available on the main deck.

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Helicopter Medical Evacuation

The following check-off list should be utilized in the event that a helicopter medical evacuation is deemed necessary. It is extremely important that all participants in the operation be briefed by the Master so that all are familiar with their specific duties. It is the responsibility of the Master to determine whether a helicopter medical evacuation is warranted. When it has been determined that a helicopter evacuation is necessary, commence the following check-off list: •

• • • • • •

• •

• • • •

• • •

Contact the nearest Coast Guard Station via VHF Channel 16. Request a Helicopter Medical Evacuation. Shift to the designated working channel and give all the particulars of the situation including: a. Name, description, and call letters of vessel; b. Condition of patient; c. Location of vessel; and, d. Any other information requested by Coast Guard and/or Doctor. Standby the working channel on the VHF. Conduct briefing of all involved personnel. Sweep down hover area (fantail, weather decks, winch house) and secure all loose gear. All hatches, water tight doors, and scuttles on the fantail are to be closed and properly dogged. Put helo safety nets in the “down” position atop the winch house. Muster Emergency Squad at Fire Stations 10 & 11 equipped with: a. Fireman's Outfit; b. Portable CO2 extinguishers; c. Adequate foam and dispersing equipment; d. Scott Air Pack; and, e. Helicopter ax. Charge and man Fire Stations 10 & 11. All personnel involved in evolution are to be provided with: a. Hard hat; b. Eye protection; c. Ear protection; and, d. Work vest. For night time operations have flood lights facing downward illuminating the fantail. Establish VHF and sound powered communication between bridge and fantail. Clear all non-essential personnel from hover area. Upon approach, the helicopter will contact the vessel on VHF Channel 16 and agree on a working frequency with the vessel. Establish clear communication with the helicopter. The helicopter crew will review the entire procedure with the ship’s personnel prior to the commencement of the evacuation. Maneuver ship to put wind 20° on the port bow, ship's speed at “Slow Ahead” or as directed by the helicopter crew. Have medical record with patient. Request final permission from Master before actual lift takes place.

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PRE-EMERGENCY PLAN:

Oil Spill

The following should be used as a guideline in the event that the vessel has a discharge of oil over the side. Follow all regulations as described in the M/V KINGS POINTER Oil Pollution Plan. •

Call the engine room and notify the engineer of the situation. Notify the Master.

If the vessel is underway, making way, bring the throttle handles to STOP ENGINES or ASTERN as necessary to take all way off the vessel.

Make an announcement over the Public Address System. Call out all hands and have them ascertain the source of the oil.

Instruct them to stop the flow of oil, plug necessary scuppers and spill pans.

Note the state of the sea, wind speed and direction. Note the stage of the tide and tidal currents. Report all findings to the Master.

Deploy oil containment devices. It may become necessary to use the rescue boat in order to deploy a boom or mop. The Master will approve this action and assign personnel accordingly.

Take detailed notes of the occurrence, including times, steps taken to contain and clean-up the spill, and an estimate of the amount of oil spilled. This record is essential.

The Master will contact the Coast Guard and other agencies regarding the occurrence as necessary. The Master will make the necessary entries in the Log and Oil Record Book

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PRE-EMERGENCY PLAN:

Steering Failure

The following should be used as a guideline in the event that a steering failure occurs. There are several types of steering failure: loss of mode control at the steering stand; loss of steering pump on the steering stand; failure of a steering pump on the steering flat; complete loss of diesel electric power; and, finally the physical loss of a rudder.

In the event that the Steering Mode Selector Switch is in “Gyro” and the rudder fails to respond, the following actions will be taken: • Immediately switch to “Hand Steering Mode”. • Should this action fail to restore steering, switch to the other steering pump. • Call engine room and notify the engineer of the situation. • Notify the Master. In the event that the Steering Mode Selector Switch is in “Hand” and the rudder fails to respond, the following actions will be taken: • Immediately use the Non-Follow-Up (NFU) lever to control the vessel. This lever will override all other modes of operation. • Should this action fail to restore steering, switch to the other steering pump. • Call engine room and notify the engineer of the situation. • Notify the Master. In the event that none of the Steering Modes (Gyro, Hand and/or NFU) on the Selector Switch, or switching to the other steering pump, fail to restore steering control, the following actions will be taken: • Immediately take all way off the vessel by placing the throttle handles in the vertical “STOP ENGINES” position or even “ASTERN” if necessary. NOTE: On a twin screw vessel, steering can be accomplished by the experienced mariner by a combination of offset and side forces produced by the two propellers. • • • • • •

Call engine room and notify the engineer of the situation. Notify the Master. If in piloting waters, call out an anchor detail and have them stand by on the foredeck until the situation is remedied. Make a Security Call on VHF Channels 13 and 16. Indicate the vessel's position and the specifics of the situation. Display the appropriate day shapes or lights for “Vessels Not Under Command.” Call out individuals to man the steering gear on the steering flat. a. Establish communications with the steering flat by both VHF radio and sound powered phone. b. Have the person in charge on the steering flat verify the gyro heading on the repeater on the steering flat. Synchronize with the master gyro as necessary. c. Have the person in charge on the steering flat review the instructions posted on how to steer from the flat. d. Have the person in charge on the steering flat take steering control by switching to local more on the steering control panel. e. Remind the person in charge on the steering flat that he will be steering in a Non-FollowUp mode. The rudder stops moving and remains in place once the lever is released; it does not return to amidships when the lever is released. f. Rudder orders may now be given to the person in charge on the steering flat.

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In the event that one of the steering pumps has failed on the steering flat, the engineer will attend to the problem. If on the other hand, both pumps have failed and it becomes necessary to physically move the steering gear by other mechanical means, the following actions will be taken: • Immediately take all way off the vessel by placing the throttle handles in the vertical, STOP ENGINES position or even ASTERN if necessary. NOTE: On a twin screw vessel, steering can be accomplished by the experienced mariner by a combination of offset and side forces produced by the two propellers. • • • • • •

Call engine room and notify the engineer of the situation. Notify the Master. If in piloting waters, call out an anchor detail and have them stand by on the foredeck until the situation is remedied. Make a Security Call on VHF Channels 13 and 16. Indicate the vessel's position and the specifics of the situation. Display the appropriate signals for “Vessels Not Under Command.” Call out individuals to man the steering gear on the steering flat. a. b. c.

d.

Establish communications with the steering flat by both VHF radio and sound powered phone. Have the person in charge on the steering flat verify the gyro heading on the repeater on the steering flat. Synchronize with the master gyro as necessary. Have the person in charge on the steering flat supervise the rigging of the emergency steering relieving gear, and have him explain how the gear must be worked in a coordinated manner between the teams on the starboard and port sides. Rudder orders may now be given to the person in charge on the steering flat. Orders from the bridge must be given in ample time for their execution inasmuch as the rudders are being moved manually by the use of chain falls.

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CHAPTER 8

LIFE SAVING EQUIPMENT

Inflatable Life Rafts Location 1-85-1 1-85-2 1-86-1 1-86-2 1-87-1

Life Raft # #1 #2 #3 #4 #5

Type Viking 25DK Viking 25DK Elliot 15DK Viking 25DK Viking 25DK

Rescue Boat The rescue boat aboard this vessel is stowed in a cradle on the 02 level, boat deck. The boat is 23 feet in length and equipped with a 75 HP outboard motor and is capable of carrying a maximum of 5 persons. The boat is deployed by use of the vessel’s hydraulic crane. Idems to be carried aboard the boat for deployment are: Sufficient Fuel Life Jackets For All On Board VHF Radio Tuned To Channel 82A Flares Anchor With Line Boat Hook Boat Fenders Bow & Stern Mooring Lines Operational Navigation Lights And Horn

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Life Rings Location

Description

03- 20- 1 03- 20- 2 02- 35- 1 02- 35- 2 01- 33- 1 01- 33- 2 01- 55- 1 01- 55- 2 1- 90- 1 1- 90- 2 1-101- 1 1-101- 2

Lighted with Orange Smoke Lighted with Orange Smoke Unlighted Unlighted Lighted with Line Lighted with Line Lighted with Line Lighted with Line Unlighted Unlighted Lighted with Line Lighted with Line

E.P.I.R.B. Location 03-45-0

Type Satfind 406 M3

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Life Jackets & Exposure Suits Every stateroom and the hospital aboard this vessel is equipped with at least one life jacket and one exposure suit. Those staterooms with two bunks will have two life jackets and two exposure suits. There are two life jackets and two exposure suits located on the bridge and three life jacket in the engineroom control station. There is two exposure suit located in the main motor room. There is one life jacket located outside the masters stateroom on the 02 deck used for the bow lookout. LIFE JACKET LOCKERS: Life jackets are also located in four lockers on the fantail with a total of 115 life jackets in these lockers.

Life Saving Equipment Sets Life Jacket with whistle and light Emergency Escape Breathing Device (EEBD) Exposure Suit In addition to those sets provided in each stateroom, additional life jackets, emergency escape breathing devices, and exposure suits are found throughout the vessel. Location

Space Served

Item

03-23-0

Bridge

Life Jackets (2) Exposure Suits (2) EEBD (2)

02-20-1

02 Passageway

Life Jacket for Lookout

1-80-0

Fan Tail

Life Jacket Locker (25)

1-82-1

Fan Tail

Life Jacket Locker (25)

1-82-2

Fan Tail

Life Jacket Locker (25)

1-90-1

Fan Tail

Life Jacket Locker (40)

1-70-1

Main Motor Room

Exposure Suits (2)

2-34-0

Main Generator Room

EEBD (2)

2-64-2

Main Motor Room

EEBD (2)

3-52-0

Main Control Room

EEBD (2) Life Jackets (3)

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CHAPTER 9

ELECTRONIC NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT

Navigation Equipment Electronic Chart Navigator • ‘The CAPN’ Voyager Electronic Charting System Facsimile Receiver • Racal Model RA 6790/GM Fathometer Alarm • Raytheon Model DE-740 Fathometer Recorder • Raytheon Model R8220 GPS • Trimble Navigator NavTrac GPS • Magnavox MX 200 Gyroscope • Sperry Mk 227, with repeater panel and digital remote readouts. Loran • Raytheon RayNav 570 • Raytheon RayNav 550 Radars • Krupp-Atlas Radar 9600 TM, 10 cm, 16” scope with Rasterscan • Raytheon Pathfinder, 3 cm, master 16” scope with reflection plotter and RAYCAS V ARPA. • Raytheon Pathfinder, with ARPA 3 cm slave

Single Side Band Radio • ITT Mackay Marine MRU 32A VHF Radios • ICOM IC-M80 (2) NAVTEX Receiver • Robertson Shipmate Navtex Model RS6100 Weather Facsimile • Alden Model 9519 2182 Auto Alarm • Electro-Nav Sea Watch Model EN-2182R

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CHAPTER 10

MANEUVERING INFORMATION

Maneuvering Data Turning Rudder Angle

15o

25o

40o

Advance (yds) Transfer (yds) Tactical Diameter (yds) Speed Loss (%)

255 112.5 277.5 30

195 60 187.5 45

172.5 45 142.5 60

Note: Figures above are accurate for speeds of 3 to 12 knots.

Three (3) generators MUST be on line for maneuvering. There is a 30 minute warm-up required before a generator can be placed on line.

ENGINE OPERATION CHART One Generator %

RPM

Two Generators Speed

10 25 20 45 30 67 35 77 Add Second Generator

1.2 2.5 4.2 5.0

%

RPM

Three Generators Speed

10 25 20 45 30 68 40 90 50 115 60 113 Add Third Generator

%

1.7 2.8 4.5 5.7 7.0 8.8

RPM 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100

Speed

25 2.2 45 3.3 69 4.8 91 6.2 113 7.8 136 9.3 160 10.7 170 11.0 180 11.8 Power Limit

"STOP ENGINES" MUST be held for four (4) seconds before subsequent throttle orders are given (i.e. Full Ahead to Dead Slow Astern). Acceleration/Deceleration Engine Orders

Initial Speed

1/2 Ahead to Full Astern 7.2 DIW to 1/2 Ahead 1/2 Ahead to All Stop Full Ahead to Full Astern DIW to Full Ahead

0.2 7.0 12.7 0.2

Final Speed

0.0

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Reach (yds)

125 6.9 1.4 0.0 12.7

Time (min/sec)

00:58 500 990 305 770

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03:50 10:50 01:29 03:20


CHAPTER 11

ELECTRICAL DISTRIBUTION

Electric Panels

Panel

Type

Location

Space

EL-109 EL-110-5 EL-110-7 EL-110-8A EP-110-3

Emergency Lighting Emergency Lighting Emergency Lighting Emergency Lighting Array Winch

1-54-1 1-24-1 03-28-4 01-54-1 1-77-1

Passageway Passageway Pilot House Classroom Array House

L-128 L-128-1 L-129-2 L-128-3 L-128-4 L-128-5 L-128-6

Main Lighting Lighting Lighting Lighting Lighting Lighting Lighting

P-104 P-114 P-126 P-144 P-145 P-405 P-410 P-411 P-412 P-418 P-419 P-427

Receptical 01-53-1 Galley 1-41-1 Power 2-49-2 Receptical 01-13-1 Receptical 1-61-1 Aux. Machinery Room 2-29-1 HVAC 02-25-1 HVAC 1-56-1 HVAC 2-72-1 Galley 1-43-1 General Works 1-62-1 HVAC 1-15-1

Passageway Passageway Engineroom Passageway Passageway Passageway Passageway Passageway Motor Room Passageway Eng.Work Shop Passageway

SP-106-1H SP-106-10 SP-107-1 SP-107-1A1 SP-107-1B SP-107-1C SP-406-1

Radio Room Power Power Power Power Power Radio Room

Ship's Office Pilot House Classroom Classroom Classroom Classroom Stairwell

2-65-2 1-23-1 02-29-1 1-47-1 1-59-1 2-63-2 1-78-1

02-22-3 03-28-2 01-68-1 01-68-3 01-68-5 01-68-7 02-23-1

Motor Room Passageway Stairwell Passageway Passageway Motor Room Array House

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Floodlight and Deck Light Schedule

FLOOD LIGHTS Diagram # 1 2

Pilot Swing Out Lights

Light Location 03-14-1 & 2 04-22-1 03-44-2 04-22-2 03-44-1

Area Illuminated Foredeck 03 STBD Side Aft 02 Port Side Aft 03 Port Side aft 02 STBD Side Aft

Switch Location Bridge EL110-7 #3 Bridge Disk Switch STBD Side Aft Bridge Disk Switch Port Side Aft

Diagram # 8

4

02-73-1 & 2

01 & 1 Deck Aft

5

Top of Winch House

Fan Tail

Main Passageway EL 110-9 #8 Winch House Disk Switch Starboard #4 #2 #3

Diagram # 9 10

3

Starboard Inboard White Center red Outboard White

6 7

1-95-1 & 2 1-103-1 & 2

Port Inboard White Center Red Outboard white Fantail Over the Stern

Port #2 #3 #4 Winch house toggle Switch #1 Winch house toggle Switches 3& 4

Light Location 02-50-1 & 2 02-72-1 & 2 1-76-1 & 2

Area Illuminated P & S Ladders P & S Main Deck P & S Side Ports

Switch Location Bridge disk Switches, aft of Nav. Light Panel

Deck Lights

11 12

13

Light Location 03 & 02 levels 02 Level Aft of House 02 Level Winch House 01 Level Aft of Ladder Main Deck Aft of House 01 Level @ FR14 01 level FWD of ladder Main Deck Aft

Switch Location Bridge EL110-7 #9 Main Passageway EL 110-9 #5

01-14-2 Disk Switch in Ladder to Bridge 02-24-1 EL-110-6 # ???

Underway Lighting: Deck Lights #10, #11, #12 Security Lighting, when rigged, is switched on with a button aft of the navigation light panel

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