Navigation Requirements

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(*) Approved alternatives means are permitted

(1) On ships < 1.600 GT only if possible

(2) Minimum RADAR plotting functionality: < 500 gt: EPA, 500 to 10.000 GT: ATA and ? 10.000 GT: ARPA

(3) In case of a totally enclosed ship’s bridge (unless flag state exemption)

(4) BNWAS requirement for all NEW vessels built after 1 July 2011 BNWAS requirements for EXISTING vessels:

Built before 1 July 2011 1 July 2002
Not later than 1st survey after:
Passenger ships as NEW vessel 1 January 2016
Cargo ships ? 3.000 GT 1 July 2012 1 January 2016
Cargo ships 500-3.000 GT 1 July 2013 1 January 2017
Cargo ships 150-500 GT 1 July 2014 1 January 2018

(5) ECDIS carriage requirements for:
NEW passenger ships ? 500 GT, Tankers ? 3.000 GT and Cargo ships ? 10.000 GT
NEW Cargo ships ? 3.000 to 10.000 gt constructed on after 1 July 2014
EXISTING vessels at first Safety Equipment Survey after:
Passenger ships ? 500 gt (constr. before 1 July 2012) 1 July 2014
Tankers ? 3 000 gt (constr. before 1 July 2012) 1 July 2015
Cargo ships ? 50 000 gt (constr. before 1 July 2013) 1 July 2016
Cargo ships ? 20 000 gt (constr. before 1 July 2013) 1 July 2017
Cargo ships ? 10 000 gt (constr. before 1 July 2013) 1 July 2018
ECDIS Software maintenance & ENC updates (see note 8)

(6) VDR – Voyage Data Recorders on new built cargo ships ? 3.000 GT from 1 July 2002 and all passenger ships Please mind that for new VDR installations fitted on or after 1 July 2014 new performance standards (MSC.333(90)) apply (e.g. final & floating and long term recording mediums and additional interfacing of AIS, ECDIS, 2nd RADAR, etc.)
S-VDR – Simplified Voyage Data Recorders on existing cargo ships ? 3.000 GT and keel laid before 1 July 2002

(7) Contact us for your (S-)VDR and AIS Annual Performance Test (Approved by the major Classification Societies)

(8) Contact us for all available Service & Maintenance agreements

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