Coastal Waters of Zhejiang Province, China
Please find below Circular PNI12 from UK Club Correspondent Huatai Marine outlining the adjustment of the main public shipping routes in the coastal waters of Zhejiang Province, China. A quote from the Circular can be found below as well as the full pdfs in both English and Chinese.
According to the relevant provisions of Maritime Traffic Safety Law of the People’s Republic of China, Zhejiang Maritime Safety Administration issued the Public Notice on the Adjustment of Main Public Shipping Routes along Coast of Zhejiang Province on August 30, 2021, which will be formally implemented from September 10, 2021. The adjustment of sea route will be helpful to establish a relatively clear borderline between ship’s routes and fishing areas, and reduce the potential risk of collision incidents between commercial vessels and fishing vessels.
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