Inspection of U.S. Flag Vessels in foreign countries
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Inspection of U.S. Flag Vessels in foreign countries an application of cost effectiveness analysis by Mark E. Ashley

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Published by U.S. Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, California .
Written in English


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Statementby Mark E. Ashley and Allen L. Thompson Jr
ContributionsThompson, Allen L., Jr
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Open LibraryOL25453489M

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(a) Vessels engaged in foreign voyages or international voyages other than solely Great Lakes voyages. (1) All U.S. flag vessels which engage in foreign voyages or international voyages by sea (other than solely in Great Lakes voyages) are subject to this part; except the following: (i) Ships of war; (ii) New vessels of less than 79 feet in length; (iii) Existing vessels of less than gross. (a) Foreign vessels registered in countries which are parties to the effective International Convention for Safety of Life at Sea are normally subject to the examination provided for in chapter I of that Convention. However, in the case of any vessel involving novel features of design or construction, upon which that Convention is silent or which involve potential unusual operating risks, a. Indian vessels which have satisfactorily undergone all PSC inspection (since last general examination or Flag State Inspection) under Paris MOU, USCG or in countries such as Australia, China, Hong Kong, Japan, Singapore, Republic of Korea, New Zealand and Canada (under Tokyo MOU), without any detainable deficiency and total number of. 2 Vessel Inspection Guide Preface This publication is intended as a guide to U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) procedures and regulations for vessels entering the United States. The information contained herein is accurate as of the publication date.

Subject: USCG Overseas Inspections of Foreign Flag Tank Ships MRMA Agents: Non-U.S. Flagged Vessels can apply for Certificate of Compliance (COC) examinations on tank ships including chemical tankers and liquefied gas carriers in the USCG Activities Europe area of operations (AOR) or the USCG Activities Far East AOR. Port State Control Division (CG-CVC-2) U.S. Coast Guard, Stop Martin Luther King Jr Ave., SE Washington, DC () [email protected] Use of Foreign Freight Vessel Examination Book This examination book is intended to be used as a job aid by Coast Guard Port State Control Officers during PSC examinations and fuel transfer monitors on foreign-flagged freight vessels only. This book contains an extensive list of possible examination Size: KB. FOREIGN VESSEL EXAM BOOK FOR MTSA/ISPS CODE COMPLIANCE (FOR ALL FOREIGN VESSELS) Name of Vessel Flag No Change IMO Number Case Number Enclosure (6) to NAVIGATION AND VESSEL INSPECTION CIRCULAR NO. 3 Use of Foreign Vessel MTSA/ISPS Code Exam Book Since , the Port State Control (PSC) program has had a dramatic File Size: KB.

  Change of Flag of Certificated Vessels (i.e., U.S. "Inspected vessels" and foreign flag vessels subject to ILO Convention No. ). A vessel's nationality is determined by the flag it flies. The flag represents the country in which the vessel is registered. The American Bureau of Shipping is the official classification society for US flag vessels. Every vessel that meets the annual ABS inspection standards are issued Hull and Machinery certificates and are considered "in class" and are able to apply for vessel insurance. member countries. However, foreign flag vessels visiting US Ports should expect similar inspections procedures conducted by US Coast Guard Port State Control examiners. This inspection campaign will be held for three months, 1 September through 30 November A part of the Marine Inspection Notice is a Vessel Check-List. Use of Foreign Tank Vessel Examination Book This examination book is intended to be used as a job aid by Coast Guard Port State Control Officers (PSCOs) during Certificate of Compliance examinations of foreign-flagged tank (oil) vessels and Cargo Monitors. If the vessel’s cargo is regulated under MARPOL.