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M/V REALISTA MARK L.

PASSAGE PLAN
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FROM: CEBU
TO: MANILA
DISTANCE
PILOT OUT
PILOT-PILOT
PILOT IN
TOTAL DISTANCE

ECDIS TITLE

DGPS
DGPS ROUTE NO:

ADMIRALTY TIDE INFORMATION


STANDARD PORT

LOCAL PORT

CEBU
MANILA
TIDES ARE CALCULATED BY MEANS OF Auto tide tables PLEAS SEE ATT.LIST FOR TIDE
VALUES.
ADMIRALTY SAILING DIRECTIONS
PUBLICATION NUMBER
PAGE NUMBER
MANILA
CEBU
NAUTICAL PUBLICATION (NP 100) IS ALWAYS TO BE CONSULTED
VOL A

VOL B

ADMIRALTY LIST OF LIGHTS


VOL C
VOL D
VOL E

VOL H

VOL J

VOL 6(3)

VOL

MANILA
CEBU

VOL

VOL

LIST OF RADIOSIGNALS
VOL
VOL 6/1
VOL 6/2

MANILA
CEBU

GUIDE TO PORT OF
ENTRY
VOL 1
MANILA
CEBU

VHF CHANNELS
MANILA
VOL
2
PLAN
PORTCONTROL
MANILA NEW PORT

CEBU PORT
CEBU PILOT
HARBOUR PILOT

DISTANCE
WAYPOINT POSITION

[ Summary]
Total distance:
Projected:

COURSE
TRACK

TO NEW WYPT GONE TO


GO

PROJECTED
SPEED
ETA

[Route]
Created
by:______________________________
Approved by:____________________________
Modified by:_____________________________

DISTANCE
WAYPOINT POSITION

[ Summary]
Total distance:
Projected:

COURSE
TRACK

TO NEW WYPT GONE


TO GO

PROJECTED
SPEED

[Route]
Created by:______________________________
Approved by:____________________________
Modified by:_____________________________

ETA

DISTANCE
WAYPOINT

[ Summary]
Total distance:
Projected:

COURSE
TRACK

TO NEW WYPT GONE


TO GO

PROJECTED
SPEED
ETA

[Route]
Created by:______________________________
Approved by:____________________________
Modified by:_____________________________

A). NAVIGATION:
1. OPEN WATER, vessel position must be plotted with all
available of fixing vessel position.
2. COASTAL WATER, vessel position must be plotted with
all available of fixing vessel position with an interval of
not more 30 MINUTES.
3. NAROW WATER, vessel position must be plotted with
all available of fixing vessel positions frequently as
possible to determine the vessel progress.
B.) PARALLEL INDEX: as shown in the chart.
C.) DANGER AREAS: as shown in the chart.
D.) UNDERKEEL CLEARANCE: Open water 1 meter for 3
degree list whichever is greater. Alongside 30 cm, for 1
degree list whichever is greater.
F). NAVTEX STATION:
E). NAVIGATIONAL WARNINGS:
G).VHF:

Checklist Passage Plan


Vessel_____________________________
A tick indicates that the check has been considered
and /or prepared N/A indicates that the check is not
applicable to the vessel type or prevailing condition.

Port of Departure- ETD (date/time)


Port of Destination- ETA (date/time)
Total Distance
Pilot to Pilot Distance
Average speed and steaming time in open waters
Charts and nautical publications
Local information VHF/ channels
Tides and currents
Vessel traffic service areas
Pilots- time to notify
Tugboats- time to notify
Pilot embarkation/disembarkation areas
Route planning- waypoints/course/distance
Alternative route and emergency anchoring
Traffic separation/ routing schemes
Underkeel clearance- draught, speed and squat
Position fixing methods
Position fixing intervals
Navigational marks
Traffic likely to be encountered
Obstruction and hazard to navigation
Vessels security taken into consideration
Weather information and weather routing
Passage plan signed by the officer who prepared it
Passage plan approved and signed by the Master

Check by:_________________________ Date______________


Time:__________
Checklist Deep Sea Navigation

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2

3
4
5

Vessel__________________________ Place______________
Date____________
The following shall be carefully examined:
A tick indicates the check has been performed and appropriate
action taken.
N/A indicates the check is not applicable to the vessel or
prevailing condition.
Have all charts and nautical publication to be used been
corrected up to date?
Have the following factors been taken into consideration in
preparing the passage plan?
-advice recommendation in sailing direction
-weather
-current
-available navigational aids and their accuracy
-position fixing method to be used
-daylight/ night time passing of danger points
-traffic likely to be encountered
Are navarea warning broadcast to be monitored?
Is participation in area reporting system recommended?
Is ships position being fixed in accordance with Procedures
For Navigation in M/V Realista Mark L.
Comments:

Master: _____________________________
_____________________________

Signature (Master)

Checklist Deep Sea Navigation

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2

3
4
5
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Vessel__________________________ Place______________
Date____________
The following shall be carefully examined:
A tick indicates the check has been performed and appropriate
action taken.
N/A indicates the check is not applicable to the vessel or
prevailing condition.
Have all charts and nautical publication to be used been
corrected up to date?
Have the following factors been taken into consideration in
preparing the passage plan?
- Advice recommendation in sailing direction
- Transition
- Effect of squat
- Weather
- Tides and current
- available navigational aids and their accuracy
- position fixing method to be used
- daylight/ night time passing of danger points
- traffic likely to be encountered
- Requirement for traffic separation / routing schemes
Are local/ coastal warning broadcast being monitored?
Is participation in area reporting system recommended?
Have courses being laid off well clear of obstruction?
Is ships position being fixed in accordance with Procedures
For Navigation in M/V Realista Mark L.?

Comments:

Master: _____________________________
_____________________________
Signature (Master)