Preventing collisions between merchant and fishing ships - safety guidelines
The below information received from UK Club Correspondents Wang Jing and Co. providing updated safety guidelines for the prevention of collisions between merchant vessels and fishing vessels as released by China MSA.
The following documents are available to download below:
- Wang Jing and Co. article on China’s MSA Safety Guidelines for collision prevention between merchant vessels and fishing vessel in China’s coastal water;
- China’s MSA Safety Guideline for collision prevention between merchant vessels and fishing vessel in China’s coastal water, translated to English;
- China’s MSA Safety Guideline for collision prevention between merchant vessels and fishing vessel in China’s coastal water, Mandarin version (original).
For further information please get i touch with your usual Club contact who will be pleased to assist you.
China MSA release updated safety guideline for prevention of collision between merchant vessels 214 KB
MSA safety guideline for prevention of collision between merchant vessels and fishing vessels in Chi 264 KB
MSA safety guideline for prevention of collision between merchant vessels and fishing vessels in Eng 27 KB
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