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Posted 18/10/16 | Noltime.com
Index of Certificates

01. International Tonnage Certificate (1969) Tonnage Convention Art 7

02. International Load Line Certificate LL Convention Art 16

03. International Load Line Exemption Certificate LL Convention Art 6

04. Cargo Ship Safety Construction Certificate SOLAS Reg I/12

05. Intact stability booklet

06. Cargo Ship Safety Equipment Certificate

07. Cargo Ship Safety Radio Certificate SOLAS Reg I/12(GMDSS I/12)

08. Cargo Ship Safety Radio Exemption Certificate

09. Damage control booklets

10. Minimum Safe Manning Document SOLAS Reg V/14.2

11. Cargo Securing Manual SOLAS Reg VI/5.6 & VII/5

12. International Oil Pollution Prevention Certificate MARPOL I

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Posted 18/10/16 | Noltime.com
Ship’s Particulars Form (Supply vessel)

1. Name of vessel:
2. IMO number:
3. Type of vessel:
   – (include detail of any special features)
   – Previous name(s)

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Update 06 Jan 2013

By Mas Edy

 

Abandon Dive:
Equivalent to red alert when divers return to the bell immediately and bell is brought back to the surface.

Artemis:
Radio system used to measure vessels position. System operates using a microwave frequency and measures the range and bearing of the vessel from a fixed station that is generally installed on a platform.

Back-up DP:
A physically separate DP control system that will be available in the event of a total failure of the main DP control system.

Beacon:
Free running device on seabed that generates acoustic pulses that are received by the HPR system and used to establish the vessels position.

Blackout:
Loss of all main electrical power.

Di rangkum oleh Mas Edy

On shore, 02 February 2010

Anchor handling tug supply (AHTS) vessels are vessels which supply oil rigs, tow them to location, anchor them up and, in a few cases, serve as an Emergency Rescue and Recovery Vessel (ERRV).

AHTS differ from Platform Supply Vessels (PSV’s)in being fitted with winches for towing and anchor handling, having an open stern to allow the decking of anchors, and having more power to increase the bollard pull. The machinery is specifically designed for anchor handling operations. They also have arrangements for quick anchor release, which is operable from the bridge or other normally manned location in direct communication with the bridge. The reference load used in the design and testing of the towing winch is twice the static bollard pull.

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