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Bulk Carrier Practice

Reference, Version 8

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        StatementThe Nautical Institute
        PublishersThe Nautical Institute
        LC ClassificationsDecember 1, 1993
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 81 p. :
        Number of Pages79
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 101870077164

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Although every effort have been taken to improve the accuracy of content provided the publisher of this website cannot take responsibility for errors. The recommendations in the Code are subject to terminal and port requirements, or national regulations. Unloading cargo and handling of ballast; Appendix 1.

The guide reflects reflects the compliance requirements of the IMSBC Code, which became mandatory on January 1st 2011 under the SOLAS Convention.

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Written Bulk Carrier Practice a seasoned Captain who doesn't spare any detail, nonetheless manages the feat of keeping it clear and straight-forward for a novice. A which may liquify ,• Despite what should already be a good level of knowledge, bulk carrier accidents continue to happen for a variety of reasons.

: A detailed look into ballast tanks that double as cargo holds• These risks have now drawn the attention of the industry. When bulk cargoes shift, liquefy, catch fire or explode as a consequence of poor loading procedures, the consequences can be massive.