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Under the Merchant Shipping Act 1995, for what offences may a UK shipmaster detain a passenger on board?

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(1) Where a passenger is drunk or disorderly and is refused admission, but persists in attempting to board after his fare is returned; (2) where a passenger is drunk or disorderly on board, is requested to leave the ship at a convenient UK port, but refuses to leave;

(3) where, after a warning by the master or officer, a passenger molests another passenger; (4) where a passenger is refused admission to a ship because it is full, but persists in attempting to enter the ship; (5) where a passenger on board is requested to leave the ship because it is full, but refuses, after the return of his fare; (6) where a passenger refuses or neglects to leave the ship after his fare-paid trip; (7) where a passenger on the ship refuses to pay his fare or show a ticket; (8) where a passenger intentionally obstructs or damages any part of the ship's machinery or equipment; (9) where a passenger obstructs, impedes or molests crew on duty.

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