A Type B ship in which the reduction in freeboard has been increased up to 60% of the total difference between the values for basic Type A and Type B freeboards. The ship must meet one compartment damage stability requirements. A large number of Panamax and Capesize bulk carriers are B-60.

(1)A 72-hour pre-arrival notification to the port State control authority for ships eligible for expanded inspection (i. e. ships with a High Risk Ship (HRS) profile and all passenger ships, oil tankers, gas carriers, chemical tankers and bulk carriers older than 12 years); and (2) a 24-hour pre-arrival notification to the port State control authority for all ships. (For details see Paris MoU region pre-arrival notifications, below. )

The master of a UK ship must ensure that, when the ship enters a VTS area in the territorial waters of an EEA State (i. e. an EU Member State, Norway or Iceland), the ship must comply with the rules of the VTS if they are in accordance with IMO Guidelines. The master of a non-UK ship must ensure that, when the ship enters a VTS area in UK territorial waters, the ship must comply with the published or promulgated VTS rules.

 

He should follow the average adjuster's advice, which will normally be to obtain Average Bonds and Guarantees on all sound cargo being discharged after the general average act, and to accumulate evidence required for the adjustment. The adjuster will make an estimate of the total value of the loss or damage and advise the shipowner of the rate of contribution required from each party.

 

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