167) illustrate that the warranty of seaworthiness
was an implied term
His designs are based on ancient Inuit models, but with watertight compartments for greater seaworthiness
We became quite good at crewing our boat, and worked towards, and gained, our Competent Crew status, which is the benchmark of a crew's seaworthiness
The design was driven to optimize speed and seaworthiness
in order to ensure swift transfer of personnel while maximizing crew comfort," the statement continued.
First, it will undergoing full checks for seaworthiness
in Dubai that could take up to three months, said Khamis Juma Buamin, chairman of shipyard operator Drydocks World.
A mandatory oil-containment barge, the Arctic Challenger, failed for months to meet Coast Guard requirements for seaworthiness
and a ship mishap resulted in damage to a critical piece of equipment intended to cap a blown well.
Heydarkhani recruited passengers, lied to them about the seaworthiness
of the boats, took their passports and mobile phones and an estimated $1.
The amazing seaworthiness
of Viking vessels owes much to flexibility in the construction but add a fictional iron cladding and the solidity combined with the shallow midships draught would be fatal.
issue is a very much discussed topic in maritime law.
All was well until late June we heard that the US boat (Audacity of Hope) had private complaint about its seaworthiness
," lamented Heap.
The only sensible word I've heard regarding Greece's stupid move to block the flotilla comes from Professor Richard Falk: "Greece has no right to detain foreign-flagged ships in its ports other than for purposes of assuring seaworthiness
via timely inspection.
As part of its mandate, the directorate of marine affairs, among others, conduct annual and intermediate safety ship surveys/inspections to ensure the seaworthiness
of the Namibian ships.