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  • MLC UK definitions.

    The MCA has just released a new M-notice, MGN 471, clarifying the UK interpretation of the definitions of Seafarer, Ship and Shipowner.

    Size4riggerboots

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    About time as that has caused cobfusion with several flags...

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    • #3
      Indeed. Good news cadets: according to UK law, you are seafarers!!

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      • #4
        Queue more flagging out.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by size4riggerboots View Post
          Indeed. Good news cadets: according to UK law, you are seafarers!!
          Aye I was a bit concerned until I read the appendix. I wasn't sure if our 'normal' place counted as college or sea

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          • #6
            Originally posted by bobofinga View Post
            Queue more flagging out.
            Doubtful. I was reading G.Captain and a few other places and there are a number of big owner's looking at moving to UK Flag...
            I love deadlines. I like the whooshing sound they make as they fly by.....

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            • #7
              While we're on definitions of who is or isn't a seafarer. On my first ship I was signed on as a member of crew, on my second ship I was singed on as exempt like the master, contractors etc. Which is correct? Would it make any difference in real life if something went wrong?

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