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APM 2º Rodrigo DE MELLO R/E “CATALINA” FROM 15/07 TO 19/07 TRAINEE´S REPORT R/E “CATALINA” Trainee’s name : Rodrigo DE MELLO Coursing : 2 nd year deck Ship’s name : “Catalina” Period on board : from 15/07 to 19/07 Total days : 4 Name of ship’s Master : Federico Alpuín Name of ship’s Chief Engineer : Rúben Cúparo SHIPS PARTICULAR AND GENERAL DATA Ship’s name: “Catalina” License number: 392 Ship Length: 19,10 mts. Width: 9,5 mts. Draft: 2,2 mts. GRT: 80 Call sign: CXMY Page 1 of 9

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APM 2º Rodrigo DE MELLO R/E “CATALINA” FROM 15/07 TO 19/07

TRAINEE´S REPORT

R/E “CATALINA”

Trainee’s name: Rodrigo DE MELLO

Coursing: 2nd year deck

Ship’s name: “Catalina”

Period on board: from 15/07 to 19/07 Total days: 4

Name of ship’s Master: Federico Alpuín Name of ship’s Chief Engineer: Rúben Cúparo

SHIPS PARTICULAR AND GENERAL DATA

Ship’s name: “Catalina”

License number: 392

Ship Length: 19,10 mts.

Width: 9,5 mts.

Draft: 2,2 mts.

GRT: 80

Call sign: CXMY

Year of construction: 1981

Shipyard: Van Mill Scheepswerf & Machinefabrieck BV (Holland)

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APM 2º Rodrigo DE MELLO R/E “CATALINA” FROM 15/07 TO 19/07

PROPULSION SYSTEM AND GOVERNMENT

2 Propeller, 4 rudder, diameter 1,20 mts., with fixed nozzles.

2 Forward rudder, 4 reverse rudder

MAIN ENGINES

2 Caterpillar Engines 3508, 1050 hp each one

2 Gearbox Reintjess 550 B red 6:1

AUXILIARY ENGINES

1 Alternator Leroy Sommer 27 KVA with Isuzu

1 Alternator Marelli 30 Kva with Mitsubishi

MOORING WINCHES

2 Winches “Nabrico” type, hydraulic with 32mm cable.

BRIDGE AND COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENTS

RADIO Radar Holland rhrs2002 sr River Radar

Koden Radar MDC 741

2 Sailor VHF

Samyung GPS

Furuno AIS

Furuno Echo Sounder

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APM 2º Rodrigo DE MELLO R/E “CATALINA” FROM 15/07 TO 19/07

SODENA Digital Navigation System

Autopilot Radio Holland Delta 550

Tecnimar Fire Detection System

CREW LIST

Ship Master: Federico Alpuín

Second Officer: Carlos Moranzoni

Chief Engineer: Rúben Cúparo

Second Engineer: Luis Techera

Ordinary Seaman: Marcos Marichal

Ordinary Seaman: Marcelo Casco

Deck Cadet: Rodrigo de Mello

DAY BY DAY REPORT

DAY ONE:

I reached the ship at 07:00 a.m. and I introduced myself to all the ship´s crew. Then I helped

with the provisioning tasks being carried out for the course of the week. Later one of the

seamen showed me the ship and the second officer showed me the cabin so I could sort my

things. During the course of the day I became aware with the particularities of the vessel and

keep the watch with the Captain down to the port of Nueva Palmira. We arrived around 16:00

p.m. to Nueva Palmira´s were we took the empty barge and return to UPM, at that moment I

went to sleep.

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APM 2º Rodrigo DE MELLO R/E “CATALINA” FROM 15/07 TO 19/07

DAY TWO:

I woke up around 24:00 back in the port of UPM and lend a hand with the mooring maneuver

because the plant was delayed so we had to stay at the port for that night. We set sail back to

Nueva Palmira at 08:00 with the loaded barge were I took the watch with the Captain, during the

navigation the Captain teach me a sort of things like the leading lines of the river, the passages

( “Paso Barrizales”, “Paso Marquez”), and some recommendations for the river navigation. On

that watch I had the opportunity to steer the ship with the Captain looking after me. We arrived

to Nueva Palmira´s port around 15:45 p.m. were we leave the loaded barge and took the empty

one, while the Captain was maneuvering I just watch him doing it and evacuate doubts when I

had it. Then I got to sleep.

DAY THREE:

I woke up around 01:00 a.m. back in the port of UPM were we leave the empty barge and

took the loaded one back to Nueva Palmira. On this watch I ask the chief Engineer if he can

show me the engine room, he took me down to the engine room and explained me all the

particularities of the ship´s main engines, start system, cooling system, turbo, generators, fuel

tanks, water tanks and their distribution around the ship. After that I return to the bridge and had

the opportunity to steer the ship in night navigation. I had the chance to put into practice my

knowledge’s about the IALA buoyage system at night in real life, and to watch crosses with

other ships at night too. We arrived to Nueva Palmira´s port at 07:00

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DAY FOUR:

On the last day I woke up for lunch, and after that I got to finish the task that the captain

recommended me, I checked all the ship's safety equipment , fire extinguishers , life rafts , life

jackets , flares and escape masks to verify that they were not overdue or in bad conditions. We

arrived to the port of UPM around 17:00 p.m. because we returned with some headwind, and

the ship with the empty barge is less maneuverable on bad weather conditions. We set sail

again around 19:00 back to Nueva Palmira with a loaded barge and reached port at 03:00 a.m.

We return to Fray Bentos with an empty barge, by the time I went to sleep. I woke up at the port

of UPM and I got to pick up my things, after that I handed the form of the safety equipment that I

had done to the Captain before I leave the ship.

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APM 2º Rodrigo DE MELLO R/E “CATALINA” FROM 15/07 TO 19/07

PHOTO DOCUMENTATION OF THE SHIP

EMPTY BARGE AT THE PORT OF NUEVA PALMIRA

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APM 2º Rodrigo DE MELLO R/E “CATALINA” FROM 15/07 TO 19/07

STERN DECK BRIDGE DECK

ENGINE ROOM

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APM 2º Rodrigo DE MELLO R/E “CATALINA” FROM 15/07 TO 19/07

BRIDGE INSTRUMENTS

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