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Under The Public Health (Ships) Regulations, what restrictions apply on boarding or leaving a ship after arrival at a UK port?
A new master joins a UK ship at an overseas port. The crew of non-UK officers and ratings are to join two days later. What should the master look for when they join, and what should be his priorities?
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What general precautions should be taken against stowaways boarding in port?
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Before a UK ship's departure from port, what notice must be displayed in accordance with the Load Line Regulations, and what must be entered on it?
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Why do some cargo ships have more than one set of load lines marked, i. e. multiple load lines?
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Are all forms of marine insurance compulsory under UK law?
Are ships only insured in the London market?
Does insurance have to be obtained entirely in one market?
How can cargo insurance be arranged by a shipper?
How does a shipowner usually obtain hull and machinery insurance in the UK?
How does an indemnity operate in marine insurance?
How does an indemnity operate in non- marine insurance?
How does an insurance broker (traditionally) go about obtaining hull and machinery insurance cover in London on behalf of a shipowner?
How is cargo insurance usually arranged?
How is general average related to marine insurance?
If a shipowner obtains insurance cover in the UK, which statute must his insurance conform with?
If goods are insured by a seller (e. g. under CIF sale terms), and are damaged in transit, how is it possible for a claim to be made on the insurance?
In addition to hull and machinery insurance and P&I cover, what forms of marine insurance may be required by owners of UK ships?
In the case of a conventional cargo, which party is usually responsible for obtaining cargo insurance?
What are the three principles of insurance?
What are the two main types of marine insurance usually obtained by owners of seagoing ships?
What are the various categories of loss in marine insurance?
What are the various elements of the London hull insurance market?
What cover does cargo insurance arranged in the UK usually provide?
What cover would hull and machinery insurance obtained in London normally give a shipowner?
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