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reference  for  CIC's  courses  and  speeds  sent  to  the bridge. Use the following terms in reporting speeds: High  speed 25 knots or greater Medium-high  speed 20 to 24 knots Medium  speed 15 to 19 knots Medium-low  speed 10 to 14 knots Low  speed 9 knots or less Dead in the water Not  moving Increasing your skill at estimating ranges and speeds can  only  be  done  one  way—by  constant  practice.  An easy way to check your accuracy is by estimating a ship's range and speed, reporting it to all stations, and then  asking  CIC  for  its  radar  range  and  computed speed.  CIC  will  be  glad  to  help  you  develop  your estimating skills because you are a part of the team. MAN  OVERBOARD Man-overboard  situations  require  extremely  rapid action on the part of the officer of the deck and all assistants. Consider yourself one of these assistants. Saving the life of a person who falls overboard depends on the speed with which reports are made and rescue action taken. How long can a person fully clothed and without a life jacket stay in the water without drown- ing?  The  answer  to  that  question  is  a  difficult  one because it depends on many factors. What is the sea state? How cold is the water? Is the person a good swimmer?  The  person  has  a  good  chance  of  being 28

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