Special Trade Passenger Ships Agreement 1971

Subject to the provisions of paragraphs 3 and 4 of this rule and Rule 9 and 12, premises where non-sleepers are set up to accommodate private passengers are measured at the Schedule I level of this Regulation, taking into account the situation of these premises, the length of travel and the frequency of seasons in case of good weather or bad weather. These are primarily technical rules relating to the safety aspect of passenger transport by passenger boat with special and higher traffic, for example. B transport of people. For the purposes of this rule, the number of passengers that can be reserved for a accommodation is the number permitted by Rule 11 or Rule 13, and the appropriate number for each other room is the number for which that space has capacity. The application of a possible revision or modification of the agreement to these vessels is being considered by the parties to this agreement who are directly interested in the special works and, if necessary, these governments will continue to amend this agreement in accordance with Article VII. During the seasons in case of bad weather, the weather bridge premises should not be measured as being available to accommodate special passengers, except that these premises are available for use as rule 11 or Rule 13 airspace. In addition to quotas for all vessels, passenger vessels must carry the following certificates: „Deepest subdivision loadline“ is the waterline that corresponds to the largest draught allowed by the subdivision requirements of the 1971 rules for special commercial passenger vessels. All rooms, including alleys, stairs and ladders, designed to accommodate or use special passengers, must be equipped with devices that allow adequate lighting, both day and night. Where possible, arrangements should be made for natural lighting. Each vessel must be equipped with a mechanical ventilation system sufficient to distribute fresh air in all parts of the closed premises, intended for accommodation or use of special passengers and capable of allowing at least ten changes of fresh air per hour.

A remote air conditioning system can also be made available to the satisfaction of the administration. Special Agreement on Merchant Ships, 1971 Acceptance: October 6, 1971 Entry into force: January 2, 1974 This agreement enters into force six months after the date on which three contracting governments signed this agreement without reservation, with a view to accepting or filing instruments of acceptance or membership with the organization covered by Article V of this agreement. , in accordance with Article V of this agreement; provided that at least two of these governments are state governments in whose territory ships are registered for specific trades or whose nationals are transported on ships carrying these activities.

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