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Subject to the provisions of regulation 1. Shipborne navigational equipment and systems. AIS shall be operated taking into account the guidelines adopted by the Organization. Regulation 19 consolidahed Carriage requirements for shipborne navigational systems and equipment.
Summary Navigational equipment – carriage requirements for new ships. Requirements are based on tonnage and are cumulative.
Regulations allow for “other means” to be used to comply with the functional requirements of each equipment item. Application and requirements Subject to the provisions of regulation 1. Ships constructed on or after 1 July shall be fitted with navigational systems and equipment consolidxted will fulfil the requirements prescribed in paragraphs 2.
Ships constructed before 1 July shall: The bridge navigational watch alarm system shall be in operation whenever the ship is underway at sea. The provisions of paragraph 2. Administrations may exempt ships from the application of the requirement of paragraph 1. All ships iimo of size shall have: An electronic chart display and information system ECDIS is also accepted as meeting the chart soas requirements of this subparagraph.
Ships to which paragraph 2.
All ships of gross tonnage and upwards and passenger ships irrespective of size shall, in addition to the requirements of paragraph 2. All ships of gross tonnage and upwards and passenger ships irrespective of size shall, in addition to meeting the requirements of paragraph 2. All ships of gross tonnage and upwards engaged on international voyages and cargo ships of gross tonnage and upwards not engaged on international voyages and passenger ships irrespective of size shall be fitted with an automatic identification system AISas follows: All ships of gross tonnage and upwards shall, in addition to meeting the requirements of paragraph 2.
These means shall also transmit heading information for input to the equipment referred in paragraphs 2. However ships less than 1, gross tonnage shall be fitted with such means as far as possible.
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On all ships of gross tonnage and upwards, failure of one piece of equipment should not reduce the ship’s ability to meet the requirements of paragraphs 2. All ships of 10, gross tonnage and upwards shall, in addition to meeting the requirements of paragraph 2. All ships of 50, gross tonnage and upwards shall, in addition to meeting the requirements coonsolidated paragraph 2.
Administrations may exempt ships from the application of the requirements of paragraph 2. When “other means” are permitted under this regulation, such means must be approved by Administration in accordance with regulation The navigational equipment and systems referred to in this regulation shall be so installed, tested and maintained as to minimize malfunction.
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Navigational equipment and systems offering alternative modes of operation shall indicate the actual mode of use. However all pleasure vessels are required to comply with Regulation New ships 1 July must comply fully with the requirements of this regulation.
Existing ships may continue to comply with the regulations in force before 1 July except that they must be fitted with a GNSS receiver which replaces the requirement for a RDF receiver and AIS in accordance with the timetable specified in Reg.
The carriage requirements are based on ships’ tonnage and are cumulative.
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This guidance should be applied to equipment installed on or after 1 July Siting of Speed and distance measuring and echo sounding equipment Echo sounder transducers and SDME transducers on the hull surface should be sited so as to avoid, where practicable, the vicinity of all underwater openings in or projections from the hull such as plugs, anodes or other transducers, so that satisfactory overall performance is achieved.
Siting of Bridge Displays Bridge displays should be sited, where practicable, in a position to facilitate easy access and viewing and where the effect of any lighting necessary for the equipment does not interfere with the keeping of an effective lookout.
Siting of Radar Antennae Radar performance is critically dependant upon the siting of the antenna.