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are hundreds of things which must be done by different departments  to  ensure  that  the  evolution  is  completed safely. Charts must be laid out and the ship's proposed track must be determined and plotted. Gyros must be tested,   radio   checks   must   be   conducted,   and   so forth. In  addition  to  the  duties  of  the  regular  under- way  lookout,  the  special  sea  detail  lookout  must perform   additional   duties.   During   sea   detail   the lookouts   provide   information   to   two   separate groups—piloting  and  shipping.  The  piloting  team is   mainly   concerned   with   navigating   in   and   out of the harbor, while the shipping team is concerned with   the   surface   contact   picture.   The   piloting team ensures that the ship gets where it is supposed to go. The shipping team makes sure the ship does not  hit  anything  on  the  way.  The  lookout  has  to provide the following information to each respective team: Piloting  Team 1. The port and starboard lookouts report buoys when they are first seen and exactly as they pass on the beam. 2.   The   forward   lookout   tells   CIC   when   the bow  of  the  ship  is  clear  of  the  end  of  the pier. 3.  When  asked,  all  lookouts  must  be  alert  to give   accurate   bearings   and   ranges   to   geo- graphic landmarks (bridges, lighthouses, and so forth). 40

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