Is the UK a party to an arrest convention?

The UK is a party to the International Convention Relating to the Arrest of Sea-Going Ships, 1952, but the convention has not been given the force of law in the UK. The convention was an attempt to bring uniformity to arrest procedures worldwide.

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The Admiralty Court has made an order for the arrest of a ship, now in a UK port, as security for a maritime claim. How is the ship arrested in practice?