Germanischer Lloyd Publishes New IMO Pilot

Thursday, March 23, 2006
The new IMO Pilot 2006 with an overview on the current legislation of the International Maritime Organization (IMO) is now available. New additions include the requirement to fit water level detectors in the cargo hold of single hold ships and the introduction of the ”Company and registered owner identification number.” The new harmonized damage stability calculations for passenger ships and dry cargo ships of the revised part B of SOLAS chapter II-1 are also contained. The IMO Pilot offers a ship-type specific overview of all the major changes in technical and operational IMO legislation (SOLAS, MARPOL, STCW, Load Line Convention, et al.) since the year 2000. This presentation form provides easy orientation and a handy reference for yards, owners, shipping companies and flag state administrations alike.
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