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Preparing to Enter Port or Restricted Waters Standard Checklist Use  the  following  standard  checklist  to  prepare  to  enter  port  or  restricted waters.  The  items  listed  may  be  modified  as  necessary  by  individual ships. Time prior Action 24  hours    Conduct  navigation  plan  brief. Ensure  CIC  and  bridge  chart  tracks  are  the  same. When Dump  all  trash  and  garbage  overboard. Directed Pump  bilges  when  conditions  permit. Blow  tubes  if  required. Raise  the  pit  log. Ensure  the  smart  appearance  of  the  ship. 3  hours Ascertain  the  expected  time  of  anchoring  or  mooring  from  the navigator,  and  notify  the  engineer  officer,  weapons  officer, first  lieutenant,  and  EOOW. 1  hour Pass   the   word,   MAKE   ALL   PREPARATIONS   FOR ENTERING  PORT.  THE  SHIP  WILL  ANCHOR  (MOOR SIDE TO) AT ABOUT     .  ALL   HANDS   SHIFT INTO  THE  UNIFORM  OF  THE  DAY. Weather  permitting,  remove  such  canvas  covers  as  are normally  off  when  in  port. Obtain  information  concerning  boating  from  the  XO;  inform the  first  lieutenant.  Lay  out  mooring  lines  if  required.  Set  up and  check  all  harbor  and  tug  frequencies. Test  ship’s  whistle  and  general  alarms. Station  the  navigation  detail. Conduct  time  check  throughout  the  ship. 45 min Pass  the  word  GO  TO  YOUR  STATIONS,  ALL  THE SPECIAL   SEA   AND   ANCHOR   DETAIL.   Have   anchor ready  for  use  when  appropriate.  Determine  and  record  fore and  aft  draft  of  the  ship. Prior  to  approaching  restricted  waters,  conduct  a  loss  of steering  drill. Hoist  international  call  sign  when  entering  inland  waters. 12-25

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