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Introduction

General Background
Maritime legislation covers technical and increasingly operational ship safety standards as well as
environmental and quality issues. All of these are subject to permanent review and almost
continuous amendment.
Particularly IMO as the major international body for the development of maritime regulations, but
also institutions like the EU or flag State Authorities, are constantly issuing a stream of new, altered
or revised mandatory requirements.
Within this context Germanischer Lloyd assumes the role of mediator between its clients and the
regulatory authorities, providing consultation in technical matters and up-to-date regulatory guidance
and information.
Germanischer Lloyd has published the IMO Safety of Navigation Pilot as an easy reference to help
shipyards, shipowners, Administrations and other interested parties to identify new regulations at as
early a stage as possible and without delay. Early knowledge of new requirements is vital, as it
enables planning and implementation in due course, thus avoiding problems and saving costs.
Feedback, positive as well as negative, concerning the experience gained with the use of this
brochure will be much appreciated and, together with your suggestions, constitutes a source of
constant improvement.

New Requirements for Safety of Navigation - SOLAS Chapter V


The SOLAS requirements for safety of navigation have been amended by the International Maritime
Organisation (IMO). Besides others this affects the technical requirements for navigational
appliances and arrangements. The whole Chapter V has been rearranged and also includes a
number of new requirements. It was adopted by IMO through Resolution MSC.99(73) and is already
published in a paperback version, also including the 2000 amendments to SOLAS Chapter II-1, II-2,
III and IX (IMO sales number: IMO-170 E / ISBN: 92-801-5110-X).
In order to provide practical guidance we have attached a cross-reference list for the regulations in
the existing and new Chapter V, enabling easy identification where the relevant regulations can be
found in the new amended version. Additionally this cross-reference list contains information about
related IMO, ISO/IEC and IACS instruments.
Also attached is a list of regulations which in fact are essential new requirements not part of the
existing ones.
The requirements of the new SOLAS Chapter V apply to ships which keels are laid on or after
1st July 2002. However, some requirements are also applicable to existing ships.

Limitations
The IMO Safety of Navigation Pilot has been developed by Germanischer Lloyd with the aim of
providing regulatory news in the most current state possible.
However, flag State requirements have not yet been included in the IMO Safety of Navigation Pilot
as listing them with all their details would go beyond the scope of this brochure and would extend
beyond the capabilities of this medium as quick reference tool.

Disclaimer
These guidelines have been prepared using the best information currently available. They are
intended purely as guidance; their use is at the users own risk. No responsibility is accepted by
Germanischer Lloyd for any consequences whatsoever resulting directly or indirectly from the use of
this brochure.
Essential new requirements for
2000 Amendments to SOLAS 74/Chapter V
Essential New Requirements for
2000 Amendments to SOLAS 74, Chapt. V

Regulation New (or supplemented) Requirement Remarks

1. Application
1.1 (Unless expressly provided otherwise:) Chapter V shall apply to any ship, vessel or except warships and government
craft irrespective of type and purpose. vessels
1.2 The Administration may decide to what extent the provisions of Chapter V apply to Depending on the Flag State:
ships operating solely in waters landward of the baselines which are established in Provisions of the "Chapter V" could
accordance with international law. apply to ships operating in coastal
services.

1.4 The Administration shall determine to what extent the provisions of regulations 15, 16,
17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27 and 28 do not apply to the following categories Depending on the Flag State:
of ships: Provisions of the "Chapter V" should /
could apply to

1.4.1 - ships below 150 gross tonnage engaged on any voyage


(in former times)
1.4.2 - ships below 500 gross tonnage not engaged on international voyages
so called: "Non-Convention Ships"
1.4.3 - fishing vessels

7. Search and rescue services


7.3 On board plan for co-operation with SAR services in an event of emergency, approved passenger ships to which Chapter I
by the Administration (MSC/Circ.864). applies

14. Ships' manning


14.3 Working language shall be established and recorded in the ships' log-book all ships
14.4 English as working language for bridge-to-bridge and bridge-to-shore safety all ships to which Chapter I applies
communication, and for communications on board between the pilot and the bridge
watchkeeping personnel.

15. Principles relating to bridge design, design and arrangement of


navigational systems and equipment and bridge procedures
15. Guidelines on ergonomic criteria for bridge equipment and layout (MSC/Circ.982) all ships*
Performance standards for IBS (MSC.64(67) Annex 1) and INS (MSC.86(70) Annex 3)
should be observed.

16. Maintenance of equipment


16. Maintenance of navigational equipment all ships*

17. Electromagnetic compatibility


17.1 All electrical and electronical equipment on the bridge or in vicinity of the bridge tested new ships*
for electromagnetic compatibility (Res.A.813(19))
17.2 Electromagnetic interference shall not affect proper function of navigational systems new ships*
and equipment.
17.3 No use of portable electrical or electronic equipment on the bridge if it may affect the new ships*
proper function of navigational systems and equipment.

18. Approval, surveys and performance standards of navigational systems


and equipment and voyage data recorder
18.8 The voyage data recorder system shall be subjected to an annual performance test. all ships*

*)The Administration shall determine to what extent the provisions of regulations 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27 and 28 do
not apply to ships below 150 GT, ships below 500 GT (if not engaged on international voyage) or fishing vessels. (SOLAS New Ch.V
Reg.1.4).

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Essential New Requirements for
2000 Amendments to SOLAS 74, Chapt. V

Regulation New (or supplemented) Requirement Remarks


19. Carriage requirements for shipborne navigational systems and
equipment
19.1.2.2 Radio direction finder (R.D.F.) no longer required, if fitted with receiver all ships
and position indicator complying with Reg.19.2.1.6
19.2.1.1 Standard magnetic compass, independent of any power supply, heading readable at new ships, irrespective of size*
main steering position
19.2.1.2 Pelorus, compass bearing device or other means to take bearings over an arc of the new ships, irrespective of size*
horizon of 360, independent of any power supply
19.2.1.3 Means of correcting heading and bearings to true at all times new ships, irrespective of size*
19.2.1.4 Nautical charts and publications to plan and display the ships' route new ships, irrespective of size*
and to plot and monitor positions throughout the voyage,
ECDIS may be accepted as meeting the chart carriage requirements.
19.2.1.5 Back-up arrangement for ECDIS (e.g. paper nautical charts may be used) new ships, irrespective of size*

19.2.1.6 Receiver for a global navigation satellite system or terrestrial radionavigation system existing ships* not later than first
(update the ship's position by automatic means) survey after 1.July 2002 and new
ships, irrespective of size*
19.2.1.7 Radar reflector to enable detection by radar at both 9 and 3 GHz new ships, less than 150 GT*
19.2.1.8 Sound reception system, when the ship's bridge is totally enclosed new ships, irrespective of size*
19.2.1.9 Telephone or other means to communicate heading information to emergency steering new ships, irrespective of size*
position
19.2.2.1 Spare magnetic compass,
interchangeable with the standard compass or duplicate equipment all ships of 150 GT and more, new
passenger ships, irrespective of size*
19.2.2.2 Daylight signalling light,
using an emergency source of electrical power not be solely dependent upon ship's all ships of 150 GT and more, new
main source of electrical power passenger ships, irrespective of size*
19.2.3.1 Echo sounding device, new ships of 300 GT and more and
or other electronic means, to measure and display the available depth of water new passenger ships, irrespective of
size*
19.2.3.2 9 GHZ radar, at least one set new ships of 300 GT and more and
new passenger ships, irrespective of
size*
19.2.3.3 Electronic plotting aid, new ships of 300 GT and more and
to plot electronically the range and bearing of targets to determine collision risk new passenger ships, irrespective of
size*
19.2.3.4 Speed and distance measuring device, new ships of 300 GT and more and
or other means to indicate speed and distance through the water new passenger ships, irrespective of
size*
19.2.3.5 Transmitting heading device, new ships of 300 GT and more and
or other means to transmit heading information to radar, Electronic plotting aid and new passenger ships, irrespective of
A.I.S. size*

19.2.4.1 Automatic Identification System (A.I.S.)** new ships of 300 GT and more
(Acc. to Reg.19.2.4.5 "A.I.S." shall provide automatically to shore stations, other ships (engaged on intern. voyages),
and aircraft information, incl. ship's identity, type, position, course, speed, navigational new cargo ships, of 500 GT and more
status and other safety-related information; receive automatically such information from (not engaged on international
similary fitted ships; monitor and track ships; and exchange data with shore-based voyages) and new passenger ships,
facilities.) irrespective of size*

*)The Administration shall determine to what extent the provisions of regulations 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27 and 28 do
not apply to ships below 150 GT, ships below 500 GT (if not engaged on international voyage) or fishing vessels. (SOLAS New Ch.V
Reg.1.4).
**)The Administration may exempt ships from the A.I.S. when such ships will be taken permanently out of service within 2 years after the
a.m. implementation date (SOLAS New Ch.V Reg.19.2.4.4).

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Regulation New (or supplemented) Requirement Remarks


(continuation)
19. Carriage requirements for shipborne navigational systems and equipment

19.2.4.2.1 Automatic Identification System (A.I.S.)** not later than 1. July 2003 existing passenger ships*
(engaged on intern. voyages)
19.2.4.2.2 Automatic Identification System (A.I.S.)** existing tankers*
not later than the first survey for safety equipment on or after 1. July 2003 (engaged on intern. voyages)
19.2.4.2.3 Automatic Identification System (A.I.S.)** not later than 1.July 2004 existing ships
of 50000 GT and more
(engaged on intern. voyages)
19.2.4.2.4 Automatic Identification System (A.I.S.)** not later than 1. July 2005 existing ships
of 10000 GT and more
(engaged on intern. voyages)
19.2.4.2.5 Automatic Identification System (A.I.S.)** not later than 1. July 2006 existing ships
of 3000 GT and more
(engaged on intern. voyages)
19.2.4.2.6 Automatic Identification System (A.I.S.)** not later than 1. July 2007 existing ships of 300 GT and more
(engaged on intern. voyages)
19.2.4.3 Automatic Identification System (A.I.S.)** not later than 1. July 2008 existing ships not engaged on
international voyages*
19.2.5.1 Gyro compass, to determine and display heading and to transmit heading information new ships of 500 GT and more
for input to radar, A.I.S. and Automatic tracking aid.
19.2.5.2 Gyro compass heading repeater, new ships of 500 GT and more
to supply heading information at the emergency steering position.
19.2.5.3 Gyro compass bearing repeater, new ships of 500 GT and more
to take bearings over an arc of the horizon of 360. (However if less than 1600 GT
only as far as possible)
19.2.5.4 Rudder, propeller, thrust, pitch and operational mode indicators, new ships of 500 GT and more
(all to be readable from the conning position)
19.2.5.5 Automatic tracking aid, new ships of 500 GT and more
to plot automatically the range and bearing of other targets to determine collision risk.

19.2.7.1 Second radar 3 GHz or 9 GHz, new ships of 3000 GT and more
which is functionally independent of the other 9 GHz radar set referred to Reg.19.2.3.2

19.2.7.2 Second automatic tracking aid, new ships of 3000 GT and more, but
which is functionally independent of those referred to Reg.19.2.5.5 less than 10000 GT
19.2.8.1 Automatic Radar Plotting Aid (ARPA), new ships of 10000 GT and more
to plot automatically the range and bearing of at least 20 other targets, connected to a
device to indicate speed and distance through the water, to determine collision risks
and simulate trial manoeuvre.

19.2.8.2 Heading and track control system (Autopilot), new ships of 10000 GT and more
to automatically control and keep to a heading and / or straight track.
19.2.9.1 Rate of turn indicator, new ships of 50000 GT and more
to determine and display the rate of turn (ROT)
19.2.9.2 Speed and distance measuring device, new ships of 50000 GT and more
to indicate speed and distance over the ground in the forward and athwartships
direction.
19.6 Integrated bridge systems, provided with functionally independent sub-systems and MSC.64(67) + MSC.86(70) should be
automatically failure detection (audible and visual alarms) observed

*)The Administration shall determine to what extent the provisions of regulations 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27 and 28 do
not apply to ships below 150 GT, ships below 500 GT (if not engaged on international voyage) or fishing vessels. (SOLAS New Ch.V
Reg.1.4).
**)The Administration may exempt ships from the A.I.S. when such ships will be taken permanently out of service within 2 years after the
a.m. implementation date (SOLAS New Ch.V Reg.19.2.4.4).

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Regulation New (or supplemented) Requirement Remarks


20. Voyage data recorders (V.D.R.)
20.1.1 Voyage data recorders to assist in casualty investigations new passenger ships*
(engaged on intern. voyages)
20.1.2 Voyage data recorders to be fitted not later than the first survey for safety equipment on existing ro-ro passenger ships*
or after 1. July 2002 (engaged on intern. voyages)
20.1.3 Voyage data recorders** to be fitted not later than 1. January 2004 existing passenger ships*
(engaged on intern. voyages)
20.1.4 Voyage data recorders new ships of 3000 GT and more
(engaged on intern. voyages)

28. Records of navigational activities


28. Record of navigational activities and incidents which are of importance to safety of all ships*
navigation. When not maintained in the ship's log-book, it shall be maintained in (when engaged on intern. voyages)
another form approved by the Administration.

*) The Administration shall determine to what extent the provisions of regulations 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27 and 28 do
not apply to ships below 150 GT, ships below 500 GT (if not engaged on international voyage) or fishing vessels (SOLAS New Ch.V
Reg.1.4).

Descriptions / Definitions:
all ships = new and existing ships, vessels or crafts irrespective of type and purpose (Ch.V Reg.2.3)
existing ship = ship constructed before 1. July 2002
new ship = ship constructed on or after 1. July 2002
passenger ship = ship which carries more than twelve passengers
Ro-Ro pass.ship = passenger ship with ro-ro cargo spaces
tanker = ship constructed or adapted for the carriage in bulk of liquid cargoes of an inflammable nature

Simplified conclusion of most important changes: (coming into effect 1. July 2002)

Reg.1 Chapter V shall in general apply to any ship! (Scope of application to be decided by flag state!)
Reg.14 Working language shall be established on all ships!
Reg.15 Guidelines on ergonomic criteria for bridge layout should be observed (all ships)
Reg.19.1.2.1 Radio direction-finding apparatus is no longer required (e.g. G.P.S. in lieu of R.D.F.)!
Reg.19.2.1.4 ECDIS is not required, but may be accepted as meeting the chart carriage requirements!
Reg.19.2.1.6 all ships shall be not later than first survey after 1.July 2002 fitted with automatic position indicator
(e.g. GPS)

Reg.19.2.4 A.I.S. will be mandatory for certain ships between 1. July 2002 and 1. July 2008!
(Depending on ships type, size, date of construction, range of service and decision of flag state)

Reg.19 Steering magnetic Compass (ex Reg.12.c) and means of communication between standard compass and normal navigation
control position (ex Reg.12.b(i)(3)), are not longer mentioned in new Ch.V!
Reg.20 V.D.R. will be mandatory for certain ships between 1. July 2002 and 1. January 2004
(New and existing passenger- and ro-ro-passenger ships, as well as other new ships of 3000 GT or more!)
In addition to the above, the new Chapter V contains amendments to the requirements of other navigational equipment, such as: radar,
plotting aid, transmitting heading device, rate of turn indicator, sound reception system, etc.

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Cross-reference list for SOLAS Chapter V
Cross-reference Glossary for SOLAS Chapter V

Ch. Chapter
Circ. Circular
COMSAR Radio Communication and Search and Rescue
GL Germanischer Lloyd
IACS International Association of Classification Societies
IACS Int. IACS Unified Interpretation
IACS Rec. IACS Recommendation
IACS Req. IACS Unified Requirements
IAMSAR International Aeronautical and Maritime Search and Rescue
IEC International Electrotechnical Commission
IHO International Hydrographic Organization
IMO International Maritime Organization
ISO International Organization for Standardization
MSC Maritime Safety Committee
SN/Circ. Safety of Navigation Circular
Res. Resolution

GL Rules I-1 Germanischer Lloyd, Rules for Classification and Construction, I Ship Technology, 1 Seagoing Ships,
Ch.11 Chapter 11 Bridge Design on Seagoing Ships, Edition 1999 (Remark: presently under revision)
IACS Guideline International Association of Classification Societies - IACS Internal Guideline
A 12-2 Safety Guidelines for Cargo Ships of Less Than Convention Size A 12-2, Rev.3, March 1995

ISO 8468:1991 International Standard ISO 8468, Second Edition 1990-11-01,


Ship's bridge layout and associated equipment - Requirements and guidelines
(Remark: presently under revision, expected to be revised by ISO 14612)

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Existing Ch. V New Ch. V Other IMO ISO / IEC IACS / GL


Regulation Remarks Regulation instruments and others

1. Application 1.
1. modified 1.1.1
1. modified 1.1.2
--- new 1.2
--- ex Reg. V/12(s) replaced by 1.3
--- new 1.4.1 IACS-
--- new 1.4.2 Guideline
--- new 1.4.3 A 12-2

2. Danger messages / Navigational warnings 4. and 31. COMSAR/Circ.15


2(a) modified 31.1
2(b) new or modified respectively 4. and 31.2 Res.A.706(17),
MSC/Circ.893,
MSC/Circ.957
2(c) 31.3
2(d) 31.4

3. Information required in danger messages 32. COMSAR/Circ.15


3(a)(i) 32.1.1
3(a)(ii) 32.1.2
3(a)(iii) 32.1.3
3(b)(i) 32.2.1
3(b)(ii) 32.2.2
3(b)(iii) 32.2.3
3(c) 32.3
3(d) 32.4
3(e)(i) 32.5.1
3(e)(ii) 32.5.2
3(e)(iii) 32.5.3
3(e)(iv) 32.5.4

4. Meteorological services (and warnings) 5.


4(a) modified 5.1 Res.A.528(13)
4(b)(i) modified 5.2.1 SOLAS Ch.IV
Reg. 7.1.4 and
7.1.5
4(b)(ii) modified 5.2.2
4(b)(iii) 5.2.3
4(b)(iv) modified 5.2.4
4(b)(v) modified and supplemented 5.2.5 - 5.2.8
4(b)(vi) 5.2.9
4(b)(vii) 5.2.10
4(c) 5.3
4(d) modified 5.4

5. Ice patrol service 6.


--- new 6.1
5(a) modified 6.2
5(b) 6.3

6. Ice patrol: management and cost 6.


6(a,b, c, d + e) modfied 6.4 - 6.6

7. Speed near ice (34.)


7. deleted (and replaced by) (34.)

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Regulation Remarks Regulation instruments and others
8. Ships' routeing 10. SN/Circ.198,
SN/Circ.199,
SN/Circ.204,
MSC.69/22/Add.1/
Annex 6,
MSC.69/22/Add.1/
Annex 7,
MSC.70/23/Add.2/
Annex 13,
SN/Circ.203,
SN/Circ.204,
MSC.72(69)

8(a) 10.1 Res.A.572(14)


8(b) 10.2
8(c) deleted (and replaced by) (1.1.1)
8(d) 10.3 Res.A.572(14)
8(e) 10.4 Res.A.572(14)
8(f) 10.5
8(g) 10.6
8(h) 10.7
8(i) 10.8 Res.A.572(14)
8(j) 10.9
8(k) modified 10.10

8-1. Ship reporting systems 11. MSC.73(69),


MSC.85(70),
SN/Circ.205
8-1(a) 11.1 MSC.93(72),
MSC.110(73),
SN/Circ.214,
MSC.111(73)
8-1(b) 11.2
8-1(c) deleted (and replaced by) (1.1.1)
8-1(d) 11.3
8-1(e) 11.4 MSC.43(64),
MSC.111(73),
Res.A851(20)
8-1(f) 11.5
8-1(g) 11.6 MSC.43(64),
MSC.111(73),
Res.A851(20)
8-1(h) 11.7
8-1(i) 11.8
8-1(j) modified 11.9
8-1(k) 11.10
8-1(l) 11.11

8-2. Vessel traffic services 12. MSC/Circ.952


8-2.1 12.1
8-2.2 12.2
8-2.3 12.3 Res.A.857(20)
8-2.4 12.4
8-2.5 12.5

9. Misuse of distress signals 35.


9. 35.

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Regulation Remarks Regulation instruments and others
Distress messages: obligations and
10. 33. MSC/Circ.822
procedures
10(a) 33.1
10(b) 33.2
10(c) 33.3
10(d) 33.4
10(e) 33.5 Int. Convention on
Salvage, 1989

10-1. Master's discretion for safe navigation 34.


10-1. modified and supplemented 34.1 - 34.3 Res.A.893(21)

11. Signalling lamps 19. MSC.95(72)


11. modified 19.2.2

12. Shipborne navigational equipment / 1., 3., (15.), MSC.64(67), ISO 8468: IACS-
Carriage requirements for shipborne 16., 18. and MSC.74(69), 1990 Ship's Guideline
navigational systems and equipment 19. MSC.86(70), bridge layout A 12-2,
(For detailed performance standards please refer SN/Circ.207, and IACS Req.
to "Footnote" of SOLAS (new) Ch.V Reg.18 and MSC.96(72), associated N1,1992
for all ships of EC states, Iceland and Norway MSC/Circ.952, equipment - and
also: Directive 96/98/EC (MED) Annex A.1: MSC/Circ.866 Require- GL Rules
Section 4 Navigation Equipment) ments and I-1 Ch.11
guidelines

19.1.1 -
12(a)(i),(ii)+(iii) modified
19.1.3
12(b)(i)(1) modified 19.2.1.1 For detailed performance standards please refer to: "Footnote" of SOLAS (new) Ch.V Reg.18
12(b)(i)(2) modified 19.2.1.1
12(b)(i)(3) (no longer mentioned) --- Directive 96/98/EC (MED) Annex A.1: Section 4 Navigation Equipment
12(b)(i)(4) modified 19.2.1.2
12(b)(ii) modified 19.2.1.3
and for all ships of EC states, Iceland and Norway also:

12(b)(iii) modified 19.2.2.1


12(b)(iv) replaced by 1.
12(c) replaced by 19.2.1
12(d) modified 19.2.5.1
12(d)(i) deleted (and replaced by) (15.) MSC/Circ.982
Annex/Appendix 2

12(d)(ii) 19.2.5.3 IACS Rec.


No.16, 1986
12(e) modified 19.2.5.1
12(f) 19.2.5.2
12(g) modified 19.2.3.2
12(h) modified 19.2.7.1
12(i) modified 19.2.3.3
12(j)(i)(1) modified 19.2.8.1
12(j)(i)(2)(aa) modified 19.2.8.1
12(j)(i)(2)(bb) modified 19.2.8.1
12(j)(i)(3)(aa) modified 19.2.8.1
12(j)(i)(3)(bb) modified 19.2.8.1
12(j)(i)(3)(cc) modified 19.2.8.1
12(j)(ii) modified 19.2.8.1
12(j)(iii) deleted (and replaced by) (3.1 - 3.3)
12(k) modified 19.2.3.1

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Regulation Remarks Regulation instruments and others
12(l) modified 19.2.3.4

Directive 96/98/EC (MED) Annex


A.1: Section 4 Navigation Equip.
Performance standards refer to:
"Footnote" of SOLAS V/18 and
12(m) modified 19.2.5.4
12(n) modified 19.2.9.1
12(o) modified and supplemented 16.1 + 16.2
12(p) replaced by 19.1.2.2
12(q) deleted ---
12(r) modified 18.1 - 18.8
12(s) replaced by 1.3
12(t) deleted ---
12(u) deleted (and replaced by) (3.1 - 3.3)

13. Manning / Ships' manning 14.


13(b) 14.2
13(c) modified 14.3 + 14.4 MSC/Circ.794

14. Aids to navigation / Hydrographic services 9. and 13.


and Establishment and operation of aids to
navigation
14. 9.1 - 9.4 SN/Circ.107
replaced by and
13.1 - 13.3

15. Search and rescue 7. COMSAR/Circ.23,


MSC/Circ.864,
MSC/Circ.892,
MSC.73/21

15(a) 7.1 Res.A.225(VII),


Res.A.530(13),
Res.A.616(15),
Res.A.894(21),
MSC/Circ.959,
COMSAR/Circ.22
15(b) 7.2
15(c) modified 7.3

16. Life-saving signals / Life-saving signals to be 8. and 29.


used by ships, aircraft or persons
16. modified 8. and 29. IAMSAR Man.
Vol.III,
Res.A.80(IV)

17. Pilot transfer arrangements 23. Res.A.889(21)


17(a)(i) 23.1.1
17(a)(ii) 23.1.2
17(a)(iii) 23.1.3
17(a)(iv) 23.1.4
17(b)(i) 23.2.1
17(b)(ii) 23.2.2
17(c)(i) 23.3.1
MSC.22(59), IACS SC112
17(c)(ii) 23.3.2
Res.A.667(16) Int.1995
17(c)(iii)(1) 23.3.3.1
17(c)(iii)(1)(aa) 23.3.3.1.1
17(c)(iii)(1)(bb) 23.3.3.1.2
17(c)(iii)(1)(cc) 23.3.3.1.3
17(c)(iii)(1)(dd) 23.3.3.1.4
17(c)(iii)(2) 23.3.3.2

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17(c)(iii)(3) 23.3.3.3
17(d) 23.4
17(d)(i) 23.4.1
17(d)(ii) 23.4.2
17(e) 23.5
17(f)(i) 23.6.1
17(f)(ii) 23.6.2
17(f)(iii) 23.6.3
17(f)(iv) 23.6.4
17(f)(v) 23.6.5
17(f)(vi) 23.6.6
17(f)(vii) 23.6.7
17(g)(i) 23.7.1
17(g)(i)(1) 23.7.1.1
17(g)(i)(2) 23.7.1.2
17(g)(i)(3) 23.7.1.3
17(g)(ii) 23.7.2
17(h) 23.8

18. VHF radiotelephones (The text of this regulation has been deleted.)
18. ---

19. Use of the automatic pilot 24.


19(a) 24.1
19(b) 24.2
19(c) 24.3
19(d) 24.4

19-1. Operation of steering gear 25.


19-1 25.

19-2. Steering gear: Testing and drills 26.


19-2(a) 26.1
19-2(a)(i) 26.1.1
19-2(a)(ii) 26.1.2
19-2(a)(iii) 26.1.3
19-2(a)(iv) 26.1.4
19-2(a)(v) 26.1.5
19-2(a)(vi) 26.1.6
19-2(a)(vii) 26.1.7
19-2(a)(viii) 26.1.8
19-2(a)(ix) 26.1.9
19-2(b)(i) 26.2.1
19-2(b)(ii) 26.2.2
19-2(b)(iii) 26.2.3
19-2(c)(i) 26.3.1
19-2(c)(ii) 26.3.2
19-2(d) 26.4
19-2(e) 26.5
19-2(f) 26.6

20. Nautical publications 27.


20. modified 27.

21. International Code of Signals 21. MSC/Circ.983


21. 21.

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22. Navigation bridge visibility 22.


22(a) 22.1 IACS SC139
22(a)(i) 22.1.1 Int.1998, May
22(a)(ii) 22.1.2
22(a)(iii) 22.1.3
22(a)(iv) 22.1.4
22(a)(v) 22.1.5
22(a)(vi) 22.1.6
22(a)(vii) 22.1.7
22(a)(viii) 22.1.8
22(a)(ix)(1) 22.1.9.2
22(a)(ix)(2) 22.1.9.1
22(a)(ix)(3) 22.1.9.3
22(a)(ix)(4) 22.1.9.4
22(b) 22.2
22(c) modified 22.3

23. Operational limitations 30.


23(1) modified 30.1
23(2) 30.2

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NEW NEW NEW NEW NEW NEW NEW
--- Definitions 2.
--- new 2.1
--- new 2.1.1
--- new 2.1.2
--- new 2.1.3
--- new 2.2 Resolutions of IHO
--- new 2.3

--- Exemptions and equivalents 3.


--- new 3.1
--- new 3.2
--- new 3.3

--- Principles relating to bridge design, design 15. MSC.64(67) ISO IACS Req.
and arrangement of navigational systems Annex 1, 8468:1990 N1,1992
and equipment and bridge procedures MSC.86(70) OMBO,
Annex 3, GL Rules I-1
MSC/Circ.982 Ch.11 NAV-
Annex OC
--- new 15.1
--- new 15.2
--- new 15.3
--- new 15.4
--- new 15.5
--- new 15.6
--- new 15.7

--- Electromagnetic compatibility 17.


--- new 17.1 Res.A.813(19)
--- new 17.2
--- new 17.3

Carriage requirements for shipborne


--- 19.
navigational systems and equipment
--- new 19.2.1.4 SN/Circ.213
Directive 96/98/EC (MED) Annex A.1: Sec.4 Navigation Equipment

--- new 19.2.1.5


MSC.73/21/Add.3/
and for all ships of EC states, Iceland and Norway also:

--- new 19.2.1.6


For detailed performance standards please refer to:

A.24
--- new 19.2.1.7
"Footnote" of SOLAS (new) Ch.V Reg.18

--- new 19.2.1.8


--- new 19.2.1.9
--- new 19.2.3.5
--- new 19.2.4.1
--- new 19.2.4.2
--- new 19.2.4.2.1
--- new 19.2.4.2.2
--- new 19.2.4.2.3
--- new 19.2.4.2.4
--- new 19.2.4.2.5
--- new 19.2.4.2.6
--- new 19.2.4.3
--- new 19.2.4.4
--- new 19.2.4.5.1
--- new 19.2.4.5.2

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--- Carriage requirements for shipborne 19.
navigational systems and equipment
--- new 19.2.4.5.3
--- new 19.2.4.5.4
--- new 19.2.4.6

Directive 96/98/EC (MED) Annex A.1: Section 4 Navigation Equipment


--- new 19.2.4.7
--- new 19.2.5.5

and for all ships of EC states, Iceland and Norway also:


For detailed performance standards please refer to:
--- new 19.2.6

"Footnote" of SOLAS (new) Ch.V Reg.18


--- new 19.2.7.2

--- new 19.2.8.2

--- new 19.2.9.2


--- new 19.3
--- new 19.4
--- new 19.5
--- new 19.6 MSC.64(67),
MSC.86(70)

--- Voyage data recorders 20. Res.A.861(20),


MSC.109(73)
--- new 20.1.1
--- new 20.1.2
--- new 20.1.3
--- new 20.1.4
--- new 20.2

--- Records of navigational activities 28.


--- new 28. Res.A.916(22)

--- Appendix to Chapter V Appendix


Rules for the management, operation and
financing of the North Atlantic Ice Patrol
--- new 1. - 8.

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