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Which ships are excepted from the LOADLINE Convention’s provisions?

(1) Ships of war; (2) ships of under 24m (79ft) length; (3) ships under 150 GT; (4) pleasure yachts not engaged in trade; and (5) fishing vessels. The Convention does not apply to ships solely navigating the Great Lakes and most of the River St Lawrence, the Caspian Sea, or the Plate, Parana and Uruguay rivers.

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Can any ships be exempted from the LOADLINE Convention’s provisions?

To which ships does the LOADLINE Convention apply?