What are the chief statutory certificates carried by a UK-flag Class VII or VIII offshore supply vessel carrying a substance classified as a noxious liquid substance in its cargo tanks?

Certificate of British Registry;Β 

Safe Manning Document; Cargo Ship Safety Construction Certificate; Cargo Ship Safety Equipment Certificate; Cargo Ship Safety Radio Certificate; Cargo Ship Safety Certificate (as an optional alternative to the previous three certificates); International Oil Pollution Prevention Certificate; International Sewage Pollution Prevention Certificate (new ships); Engine International Air Pollution Prevention Certificate(s); International Air Pollution Prevention Certificate; International Noxious Liquid Substances Certificate (or OSV Certificate of Fitness issued under LHNS Guidelines); International Load Line Certificate; International Tonnage Certificate; ISM Document of Compliance and Safety Management Certificate (or Interim DOC and/or Interim SMC); International Ship Security Certificate (or Interim ISSC); Dangerous Goods Document of Compliance; Bunker Oil Pollution Insurance Certificate; International Anti-Fouling System Certificate.


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