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Who sets the security level for UK ships at sea?

(1) For UK ships at sea in the UK territorial sea or on the high seas: Department for Transport Maritime Security (formerly known as TRANSEC); 

(2) for UK ships in the territorial sea of another State: the Contracting Government (i. e. the coastal State); (3) for UK ships in UK ports: Department for Transport Maritime Security; (4) for UK ships in foreign ports: the Contracting Government (i. e. the port State).

 

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