(1) The sacrifice or expenditure must be extraordinary.
A code number for the applicable control action. Examples are: 10: Deficiency rectified; 15: Rectify deficiency at next port; 16: Rectify deficiency within 14 days; 17: Master instructed to rectify deficiency before departure; 18: Rectify non-conformity within 3 months; 19: Rectify major non-conformity before departure; 30: Grounds for detention; 40: Next port of call informed; 50: Flag State/consul informed; 70: Classification society informed; 85: Investigation of contravention of discharge provisions in MARPOL.
Security for the salvor's SCOPIC remuneration, which must be paid within two working days (excluding Saturdays and Sundays and holidays usually observed at Lloyd's) after receiving written notice from the salvor invoking the SCOPIC Clause, by bank guarantee or P&I Club letter for security for US$3 million.
The Merchant Shipping (Training and Certification) Regulations 1997 define "near-coastal voyage" as "a voyage during which the vessel is never more than 150 nautical miles from a safe haven in the United Kingdom, or never more than 30 nautical miles from a safe haven in the Republic of Ireland". The area within these limits is sometimes referred to as the "UK near-coastal area".
Load lines indicating the depth to which a passenger ship may be loaded having regard to the extent to which the ship is subdivided and to the space for the time being allotted to passengers. They are additional to the ship's ordinary load lines and, on a UK ship, are assigned and marked to correspond with the subdivision draughts approved by the MCA for alternative service conditions. They are permitted under SOLAS regulation II-1/13.
Except in the Panama Canal (see below), the pilot is an advisor to the master, without having command, navigational control or charge of the vessel. The pilot's duty is restricted to advising the master of local conditions affecting safe navigation. The master has full responsibility for the navigation and manoeuvring of his ship during all acts of pilotage. (Hence the bridge movement book term, "To Master's Orders and Pilot's Advice". )
Every ship becomes eligible for a periodic inspection as follows: (1) High Risk Ship (HRS): between 5 and 6 months after the last inspection in the PMoU region; (2) Standard Risk Ship (SRS): between 10 and 12 months after the last inspection in the PMoU region; (3) Low Risk Ship (LRS): between 24 and 36 months after the last inspection in the PMoU region. The time span for the next periodic inspection re-starts after any inspection.