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Preparing to Depart Port, Continued Time prior 2  hours 1  l/2 hours 1 hour Action Find  out  from  the  XO: 1.  If  any  variation  in  standard  sequence  of  stationing  special  sea and  anchor  detail  exists. 2.  Time  of  heaving  in  to  short  stay  or  singling  up  lines. 3.  Disposition  of  boats  and  vehicles. 4.  Instructions  concerning  U.S.  and  guard  mail. 5.  Number  of  passengers  and  expected  time  of  arrival. After  obtaining  permission  from  the  executive  officer,  start hoisting  boats  and  vehicles  as  soon  as  no  longer  required. After  obtaining  permission  from  the  executive  officer,  rig  in booms  and  accommodation  ladders  not  in  use  and  secure  for sea. Promulgate  under  way  time  to  all  hands. Energize  all  radars  except  those  prohibited  by  local electromagnetic   emission   restrictions. Conduct  radio  checks  on  all  required  circuits.  (Include  bridge- to-bridge  RT.) Muster  the  crew. Shift  into  the  uniform  of  the  day,  if  applicable. Set  condition  YOKE. Clear  ship  of  visitors. MAA  inspect  for  stowaways. Tune  and  peak  radars. Ensure  cleanliness  of  pier. Ensure  that  the  pit  sword  is  in  raised  position,  if  applicable. 12-23

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