Special Trade Passenger Ships Agreement 1971 And Rules 1971

For each vessel that extends a voyage of 72 hours or more under normal circumstances, a berth is made available for each special commercial passenger. The premises, including the ventilation surfaces, intended to accommodate or use special passengers must be free of the cargo. “Deepest subdivision loadline” is the waterline that corresponds to the largest draught allowed by the subcoupe requirements that apply under the 1971 Special Trade Rules. the characteristics of the special commercial passengers transported are measured in such a way that the reduction in the size of the berths would not cause them discomfort; and all areas that, according to the administration, are not suitable for accommodation for special passengers. This is a passenger transported in special commercial vessels on premises on the weather or upper deck or between bridges containing pilgrims or attendants. After the inspection and measurement of a special passenger vessel meeting the requirements of these provisions, a certificate is issued, known as a special certificate for passenger transport. The certificate is issued for a period of no more than twelve months. The form of the certificate is the form of the model in Schedule II of this internal regulation. For passenger vessels, subdivision lines are marked to indicate the depth at which the vessel may be loaded, as long as the vessel is divided and assigned to the passengers. No vessel should be loaded to plunge the corresponding subdivision load into salt water.

If it is loaded like this, the ship will be held until it is no longer loaded. These vessels must meet the requirements of the convention for passenger vessels, subject to changes and additions under the rules attached to this agreement. The “upper intermediate bridge” refers to the bridge under the weather bridge or, for ships with lateral bays, the bridge under the upper deck. This agreement is the general rules applicable to the particular circumstances of the special works in Chapter III, item (e) (ii) (c) Regulation 11 and b) iv) Regulation 3 of Chapter III of the Convention. The number of passengers admitted to reflective areas not equipped with berths, calculated in accordance with Rule 11; Parts of exposed decks for the use of special passengers; and the number of special passengers carried during a trip must not exceed one of the following values: a special trade means the transport by sea of a large number of passengers within the prescribed areas.