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240. Ship not to sail without certificates A and B.-

1[(1) A ship intended to carry special trade passengers between ports or places in India shall not commence a voyage from any port or place appointed under sub-section (1) of section 237, unless the master holds certificates to the effect mentioned in sections 241 and 242.

(1A) A ship intended to carry special trade passengers from or to a port or place in India to or from a port or place outside India shall not commence a voyage from any port or place appointed under sub-section (1) of section 237, unless the master holds-

(i) a passenger ship safety certificate;

(ii) an exemption certificate;

(iii) a special trade passenger ship safety certificate;

(iv) a special trade passenger ship space certificate; and

(v) a certificate referred to in section 242.]

(2) The customs Collector whose duty it is to grant a port clearance for the ship shall not grant it 2[unless the master holds the appropriate certificate for the voyage specified in sub-section (1), or as the case may be in sub-section (1A).]



Merchant Shipping (Amendment) Act, 1986 Back




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