Exemplos Selecionados - PADRÃO DE FRASES PARA COMUNICAÇÕES MARITÍMAS

PADRÃO DE FRASES PARA COMUNICAÇÕES MARITÍMAS IMO: PARTE A
Parte A cobre frases aplicáveis ​​em comunicações externas do navio para terra, terra-embarcação e navio para navio, conforme exigido pelo STCW de 1978
, revisto, Tabela A-II/1, bem como frases aplicáveis a bordo dos navios em conversas entre pilotos e equipes da ponte, conforme exigido pelo Regulamento 14 (4) do Capítulo V da Convenção SOLAS de 1974, tal como revisto.

A1 FRASES PARA COMUNICAÇÕES EXTERNAS
Attention: The use of Standard Phrases in vessels' external communications does not in any way exempt from application of the radiotelephone procedures as set out in the ITU Radio Regulations.

A1/1 Distress traffic

The distress traffic controlling station/other stations may impose radio silence on any interfering stations by using the term "Seelonce Mayday/Distress", unless the latter have messages about the distress.

A1/1.1 Distress communications
Note: A distress traffic always has to commence with stating the position of the vessel in distress as specified in "GENERAL 11 Positions /13 Bearings" if it is not included in the DSC distress alert.

.1 Fire, explosion
.1 I am / MV ... on fire (- after explosion).
.2 Where is the fire? .
.2.1 Fire is
- on deck.
- in engine-room.
- in hold(s).
- in superstructure/accommodation/... .
.3 Are dangerous goods on fire?
.3.1 Yes, dangerous goods are on fire.
.3.2 No, dangerous goods are not on fire.
.4 Is there danger of explosion?
.4.1 Yes, danger of explosion.
.4.2 No danger of explosion.
.5 I am / MV ... not under command.
.6 Is the fire under control?
.6.1 Yes, fire is under control.
.6.2 No, fire is not under control.
.7 What kind of assistance is required?
.7.1 I do not / MV ... does not require assistance.
.7.2 I require / MV ... requires
- fire fighting assistance.
- breathing apparatus - smoke is toxic.
- foam extinguishers/CO2 extinguishers.
- fire pumps.
- medical assistance/... .
.8 Report injured persons.
.8.1 No persons injured.
.8.2 Number of injured persons/casualties: ... .
.2 Flooding
.1 I am / MV ... is flooding below water line/in the engine room/in the hold(s).
.2 I / MV ... cannot control flooding.
.3 What kind of assistance is required?
.3.1 I require / MV ... requires pumps/divers, ... .
.3.2 I will send pumps/divers/... .
.3.3 I cannot send pumps/divers ... .
.4 I have / MV ... has dangerous list to port side/starboard.
.5 I am/ MV ... in critical condition.
.6 Flooding is under control.
.7 I / MV ... can proceed without assistance.
.8 I require/ MV ... requires escort/tug assistance/... .
.3 Collision
.1 I have / MV ... has collided
-with MV
- with unknown vessel/object / ... .
- with ...(name) light vessel.
- with seamark ... (charted name).
- with iceberg/ ... .
.2 Report damage.
.2.1 I have / MV ... has damage above / below water line.
.2.2 I am / MV ... not under command.
.2.3 I / MV ... cannot establish damage.
.2.4 I / MV cannot repair damage.
.2.5 I / MV ... can only proceed at slow speed.
.3 What kind of assistance is required?
.3.1 I require / MV ... requires / escort / tug assistance /... .
.4 Grounding
.1 I am / MV... aground.
.2 I require / MV... requires tug assistance / pumps / ... .
.3 What part of your vessel is aground?
.3.1 Aground forward / amidships /aft / full length.
.3.2 I cannot establish which part is aground.
.4 Warning. Uncharted rocks in position ... .
.5 Risk of grounding at low water.
.6 I / MV... will jettison cargo to refloat.
.6.1 Warning! Do not jettison IMO-Class cargo!
.7 When do you / does MV... expect to refloat?
.7.1 I expect / MV... expects to refloat
-at ... UTC.
- when tide rises.
- when weather improves.
- when draft decreases.
- with tug assistance / ... .
.8 Can you / can MV... beach?
.8.1 I / MV... can / will beach in position ... .
.8.2 I / MV... cannot beach.
.5 List - danger of capsizing
.1 I have / MV... has dangerous list to port / starboard.
.2 I / MV... will
- transfer cargo / bunkers to stop listing.
- jettison cargo to stop listing.
.3 I am / MV... in danger of capsizing (list increasing).
.6 Sinking
.1 I am / MV... sinking after collision / grounding / flooding / explosion /.
.2 I require / MV... requires assistance.
.3 I am / MV... proceeding to your assistance.
.4 ETA at distress position within ... hours / at ... UTC.
.7 Disabled and adrift
.1 I am / MV...
- not under command.
- adrift.
- drifting at ... knots to ... (cardinal points).
- drifting into danger.
.2 I require / MV... requires tug assistance.
.8 Armed attack / piracy
.1 I am / MV... under attack by pirates.
.1.1 1 / MV... was under attack by pirates.
.2 I require / MV... requires assistance.
.3 What kind of assistance is required?
.3.1 I require / MV... requires
- medical assistance.
- navigational assistance.
- military assistance.
- tug assistance.
-escort / ... .
.4 Report damage.
.4.1 I have / MV has
- no damage.
- damage to navigational equipment / ... .
.4.2 I am / MV... not under command.
.5 Can you / can MV... proceed?
.5.1 Yes, I / MV... can proceed.
.5.2 No, I / MV... cannot proceed.
.9 Undesignated distress
.1 I have / MV... has problems with cargo /.engine(s) / navigation / ... .
.2 I require / MV... requires ... .
.10 Abandoning vessel
.1 1/ crew of MV ... must abandon vessel... after explosion / collision /
grounding / flooding / piracy / armed attack / ... .
.11 Person overboard
. 1 I have / MV... has lost person(s) overboard in position ... .
.2 Assist with search in vicinity of position ... .
. 3 All vessels in vicinity of position ... keep sharp lookout and report to ... .
.4 I am / MV... is proceeding for assistance. ETA at ... UTC / within ... hours.
.5 Search in vicinity of position ... .
.5.1 I am / MV... is searching in vicinity of position ... .
. 6 Aircraft ETA at ... UTC / within ... hours to assist in search.
. 7 Can you continue search?
. 7.1 Yes, I can continue search.
. 7.2 No, I cannot continue search.
. 8 Stop search.
. 8.1 Return to ... .
. 8.2 Proceed with your voyage.
.10 What is the result of search?
.10.1. The result of search is negative.
.11 I/ MV ... located / picked up person(s) in position ... .
.12 Person picked up is crew/member / passenger of MV ... .
.13 What is condition ofperson(s)?
.13.1 Condition ofperson(s) bad / good.
.13.2 Person(s) dead.

FONTE: Fabe D., Suban V.: Maritime Verbal Communication, University of Ljubljana, Faculty of maritime studies and transport, Portorož, Slovenia 2003 under permission of IMO
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