In addition to a Special Purpose Ship Safety Certificate, what ship certificates must a Special Purpose Ship carry?

Where a special purpose ship is normally engaged on international voyages as defined in SOLAS 74 it should also carry SOLAS Safety Certificates, either (a) for a passenger ship with a SOLAS Exemption Certificate; or (b) for a cargo ship with a SOLAS Exemption Certificate, where necessary, as the Administration deems necessary.

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