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List of certificates and documents carried onboard

Certificates:

  1. Certificate of Registry
  2. International Tonnage Certificate
  3. International Load Line Certificate
  4. International Load Line Exemption Certificate
  5. International Ship Security Certificate
  6. Intact Stability Certificate
  7. Minimum Safe Manning Document
  8. Certificates For Masters Officers Or Rating
  9. International Oil Pollution Certificate
  10. Document Of Compliance
  11. Safety Management Certificate
  12. Damage Control Booklets
  13. Oil Record Book
  14. Garbage Record Book
  15. Cargo Securing Manual

List of additional certificate for PASSENGER SHIP

  1. Passenger Safety Certificate
  2. Exemption Certificate
  3. Special Trade Passenger Ships
  4. Special Trade Passenger Ships Space Certificate
  5. Search And Rescue Co-Operation Plan
  6. List Of Operational Limitations
  7. Decision Support System For Masters

List of additional certificate  for CARGO SHIP

  1. Cargo Ship Construction Certificate
  2. Cargo Ship Safety Equipment Certificate
  3. Cargo Ship Safety Radio Certificate
  4. Cargo Ship Safety Certificate
  5. Exemption Certificate
  6. Document Of Compliance With The Special Requirements For Ships Carrying Dangerous Goods
  7. Dangerous Goods Manifest Or Stowage Plan
  8. Document Of Authorization For The Carriage Of Grain
  9. Certificate Of Insurance Or Other Financial Security In Respect Of Civil Liability For Oil Pollution Damage
  10. Enhanced Safety Report File
  11. Record Of Oil Discharge Monitoring And Control System For The Last Ballast Voyage
  12. Bulk Carrier Booklet

List of additional certificate   for NOXIOUS LIQUID CHEMICAL

  1. International Pollution Prevention Certificate For The Carriage Of Noxious Liquid Substances In Bulk
  2. Cargo Record Book
  3. Procedures And Arrangement Manual
  4. Shipboard Marine Pollution Emergency Plan For Noxious Substances

List of additional certificate for CHEMICAL TANKER

  1. International Certificate Of Fitness For The Carriage Of Dangerous Chemical In Bulk.

List of  additional certificate for GAS CARRIER 

  1. International Certificate Of Fitness For The Carriage Of Liquefied Gases In Bulk

List of additional certificate for HIGH SPEED CRAFT

  1. High Speed Craft Safety Certificate
  2. Permit To Operate High Speed Craft

List of Plans

  1. General Arrangement Plan
  2. LSA Plan
  3. FFA Plan
  4. Shipboard Oil Pollution Emergency Plan
  5. Garbage Management Plan
  6. Antenna Rigging Plan
  7. Shore Based Maintenance Plan
  8. Capacity Plan
  9. Shell Expansion Plan
  10. Ship Security Plan
  11. Ballast Water Management Plan

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