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Under The Public Health (Ships) Regulations, what restrictions apply on boarding or leaving a ship after arrival at a UK port?
What are the advantages of registering under a flag of convenience?
What is the difference between grounding and stranding?
What general precautions should be taken against stowaways boarding in port?
In the Lloyd's Register class +100A1, what do the “+”,"100", "A" and "1" stand for?
What is a NAABSA berth or NAABSA port?
A new master joins a UK ship at an overseas port. The crew of non-UK officers and ratings are to join two days later. What should the master look for when they join, and what should be his priorities?
Why do some cargo ships have more than one set of load lines marked, i. e. multiple load lines?
What are the differences between "towage" and "salvage"?
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In a cargo shipping context, who is the notify party?
In a cargo shipping context, who is the receiver?
In a time charter, what dry cargo commodity restrictions are often imposed on time charterers?
In cargo ships and in passenger ships on irregular voyages, what should the 4- monthly liferaft training include?
In the case of a conventional cargo, which party is usually responsible for obtaining cargo insurance?
In the case of general cargo and unitised cargo, what must the information provided by the shipper contain?
In what circumstances is deck cargo excluded from cover by the Hague- Visby Rules?
Is deck cargo covered by the Hague- Visby Rules?
Just before sailing, the chief mate informs the master that the cargo loaded is 4000 tonnes short of the charter party figure. What should the master do?
The Hague- Visby Rules will not normally cover cargo shipped on deck Under what circumstances will the Hague- Visby Rules cover a deck cargo?
The master of a dry cargo ship is asked to discharge cargo onto trucks without presentation of a bill of lading by the receiver. What should he do?
Under a time charter, who would pay the crew's overtime when work had to be done preparing the ship for a particular cargo, e. g. washing down holds?
Under what additional conditions may the master accept for loading concentrates or other cargoes which may liquefy?
Under what conditions may oil or oily mixtures be discharged from the cargo area of an oil tanker at sea?
What are "cargo residues" defined as in the revised MARPOL Annex V?
What are the rules in the revised MARPOL Annex V for the discharge of cargo residues that cannot be recovered using commonly available methods for unloading?
What are the rules in the revised MARPOL Annex V for the discharge outside special areas of cargo residues that cannot be recovered using commonly available methods for unloading?
What certificate must be completed where packaged goods are to be packed or shipped in or on a cargo transport unit?
What cover does cargo insurance arranged in the UK usually provide?
What does "ready to load" mean (the second prerequisite for laytime to commence)?
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