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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?
What are the advantages of registering under a flag of convenience?
What is the difference between grounding and stranding?
What general precautions should be taken against stowaways boarding in port?
What is a NAABSA berth or NAABSA 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?
In the Lloyd's Register class +100A1, what do the “+”,"100", "A" and "1" stand for?
Why do some cargo ships have more than one set of load lines marked, i. e. multiple load lines?
What are the differences between "towage" and "salvage"?
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Are any emergency signals permitted other than the general emergency alarm?
In a UK ship, where can an up-to-date list be found of permitted distress signals?
Is a special signal permissible for summoning crew to survival craft embarkation stations?
What are the UK statutory requirements relating to emergency signals?
What record must be made where a distress signal is received but the master decides for some reason not to proceed to assist?
What statutory records must be made on a UK ship concerning distress signals and messages heard or seen?
When responding to a distress signal, is there any obligation to save the vessel in distress as well as the persons on it?
Where a distress signal has been received, in what circumstances is the master of a ship at sea not bound to proceed to assist?
Where several ships reply to a distress signal, what right of requisition has the master of the ship in distress, or the SAR service?