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Appendix I Glossary - 14221_401
Preparing to Enter Port or Restricted Waters, Continued Time Action prior 30  min Obtain  information  from  navigator  on  depth  of  water  at anchorage,  anchor  and  scope  to  be  used,  and  inform  first lieutenant. Receive  readiness  reports  for  entering  port. Request  permission  to  enter  port  from  the  proper  authority. When  mooring  to  a  pier,  inform  first  lieutenant  as  to  the range  of  tide  and  the  time  of  high  water. Station  line  handlers. 20 min When  required,  designated  personnel  fall  in  at  quarters  for entering  port. Direct  CMAA  to  inspect  upper  decks  to  see  that  crew  is  in proper  uniform. 15 min Station  in-port  deck  watches. If  mooring  to  a  buoy,  lower  motor  whaleboat  with  buoy  detail as directed. Stand  by  to  receive  tugs  and  pilots. Upon Secure  main  engines,  gyros,  and  navigational  radars  as mooring directed. If  anchored,  obtain  navigation  bearings  and  determine  swing circle. Conclusion This  concludes  the  Quartermaster  rate  training  manual.  Hopefully,  you have  learned  a  great  deal  about  your  job  and  of  navigation  in  general. You  are  strongly  encouraged  to  continue  a  strive  for  excellence  in  your search  for  additional  knowledge  of  navigation  and  shiphandling.  As mention  in  the  preface  of  this  RTM,  the  material  you  have  covered meets  only  the  minimum  occupational  requirements  for  the  QM.  Don’t stop  here,  continue  to  learn  and  by  all  means  pass  your  knowledge  on  to junior  personnel  who,  with  proper  guidance,  will  continue  to  become  the trusted  navigation  advisors  in  the  fleet. 12-26

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