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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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What happens if after a reasonable amount of time has passed, freight is still not paid at the discharge port?
What happens to consolidated cargo at its destination?
What is the carrier's legal obligation towards the cargo when the ship is at sea?
What is the general average position where deck cargo has been saved by a general average act?
What kind of bulk cargoes require the provision by the shipper of information on their chemical properties, in addition to the information in the last answer?
What kinds of cargo insurance cover are usually obtained?
What might be the consequences for the carrier if cargo that should have gone under deck was stowed on deck?
What must a shipper of cargo intended to be stowed on deck do where the carrier's normal contract terms incorporate the Hague- Visby Rules?
What preparations should a shipmaster make for commencing cargo operations?
What records should be made relating to a salvage service rendered to a ship and cargo, and why?
What should a master do if he is asked to deliver cargo against an original bill of lading carried on board?
What should a master do in the situation in the previous question where he did not agree with the shipper's cargo figures?
What should an OSV CoF indicate with respect to cargoes?
What should be stated on a bill of lading issued to the shipper of deck cargo, and why should this statement be made?
When considering whether to engage salvage assistance, what consideration should be uppermost in the mind of the master of a disabled ship, in addition to any threat to life, the ship or the cargo?
Where can information be obtained on looking after a particular bulk cargo whilst on a voyage?
Where the Hague- Visby Rules apply, what are the carrier's obligations regarding looking after the cargo?
Where there is a fire in a cargo and it is extinguished by releasing the ship's CO2, how would the loss be adjusted?
Which party usually bears the costs of loading and discharging a dry cargo ship?
Which ships must keep cargo records?
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