What items must be included in the inspection of a passenger ship’s bottom during the renewal survey?

Examining the outside of the ship’s bottom, including the bottom and bow plating, keel, bilge keels, stem, stern frame, the rudder, sea chests and strainers, noting the clearance measured in the rudder bearings, examining the propeller and shaft seals, as far as practicable, and noting the clearance measured in the propeller shafts.

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What is the maximum period of validity of a Passenger Ship Safety Certificate?

What are the scope (i. e. survey contents) and purposes of an initial survey for a Passenger Ship Safety Certificate in the HSSC, as specified in MSN 1751?