This document specifies the types, nominal sizes, dimensions and materials, as well as construction, manufacturing and marking requirements, for welded steel bollards suitable for installation on sea-going vessels to meet normal mooring and towing requirements.

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This document specifies technical requirements for direct adhesive bonding of glazing materials into recesses forming part of the structure of the ship and into frames that are fastened to the structure of the ship. It is applicable to large yachts as defined in ISO 11336-1. This document is limited to the bonding of independent glazed openings, where the bonded joint is designed to withstand local loads (from external loads coming from weather and sea conditions, internal impact loads from accidental passenger or cargo shifting, wind suction and accelerations due to ship motions). Bonding of glazed openings where the glazing material is subjected to loads from global ship motions (bending, shear force and torsion), which are considered as structural glazed openings, are outside the scope of this document. Quantitative identification of the global deflection is also outside the scope. Additionally, this document is limited to bonding that exhibits elastic behaviour, and excludes rigid bonding and nonlinear elastic bonding. The design of the bonding for the following installation types is outside the scope of this document: — fire protected areas; — glazed bulwarks; — underwater glazing; — pool glazing; — glazing for use in polar areas; — unstepped IGUs.

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This document specifies — the content of the product data sheet of glazing materials for use on yachts, — the evaluation of conformity to the product data sheet of laminated glass and laminated safety glass for use on yachts, — the product labelling and identification methods for glass supplied for installation on board a yacht, and — methods for survey of installed glazing. It does not cover distortion of view or aesthetic aspects.

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ISO 20438:2017 specifies the requirements for grades, materials, shapes, proportions, dimensions and tolerances of offshore mooring chains.

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The purpose of ISO 22472:2016 is to provide guidance for the planning, installation and operational testing of voyage data recorder (VDR) installations according to specifications of IMO Resolution MSC.333 (90) and associated IEC 61996‑1. This International Standard mainly covers interfaces between VDR and external sensors, which are the main subject for technical agreements among users, shipyards, VDR suppliers and/or sensor manufacturers when installations are planned. In addition, matters of performance test and playback are described as well. Furthermore, details for checking of items related to the interfaces and the installation are introduced. This International Standard is not intended for the standardization of performance factors and functional requirements related to VDR. When whole or partial replacement of an existing simplified VDR (S-VDR) is required, this International Standard provides guidance according to the requirements of IMO Resolution MSC.163 (78) and IEC 61996‑2 for installation of the items concerned.

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ISO 7061:2015 specifies requirements for aluminium shore gangways. ISO 7061:2015 applies to gangways designed to be carried on board ships, to provide a lightweight, convenient and safe means of access from ship to shore, for use primarily by the ship's crew. These gangways may also be used for access from ship to ship when conditions are favourable. ISO 7061:2015 applies to gangways suitable for use horizontally or inclined up to an angle of 30° from the horizontal. For angles of inclination less than 55°, special consideration of the design of steps and decking may be necessary. The gangways to which this International Standard applies are not intended to carry wheeled traffic such as loaded trolleys. Users of this International Standard, while observing its requirements, should, at the same time, ensure compliance with any statutory requirements, rules and regulations, applicable to the individual ship concerned.

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ISO 28007-1:2015 gives guidelines containing additional sector-specific recommendations, which companies (organizations) who comply with ISO 28000 can implement to demonstrate that they provide Privately Contracted Armed Security Personnel (PCASP) on board ships.

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ISO 14884:2015 specifies technical requirements for weathertight hinged, sliding, and pantograph doors for manual and powered operation providing access to accommodation and service areas on large yachts, taking into account the location of the appliance. This International Standard only considers design loads applied to the door and transmitted into the frame and the adjacent structure. Loads imparted from the yacht's structure into the door or in its associated frame are not considered in this International Standard. Unframed glazed doors are outside the scope of this International Standard. Forward facing multi-leaf doors on the weather deck are outside the scope of this International Standard. Large yachts are of L greater than or equal to 24 m, in use for sport or pleasure and commercial operations. The appliances considered in this International Standard are primarily those that are intended to achieve weathertightness as required by International Convention on Load Lines 1966 as amended by the Protocol of 1988 (ICLL), (i.e. those fitted in position 1 and position 2) as defined in this regulation. NOTE This International Standard is based on the experience of ship door, window, and glass manufacturers, shipbuilders, and authorities who apply to ships the regulations of the ICLL, noting the provisions of Article 8 "equivalents", as agreed by the appropriate marine administration

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ISO 14886:2014 applies to the structural fire protection of large FRP yachts of 24 m in length and over, and carrying up to 12 passengers. ISO 14886:2014 is not applicable to vessels subject to SOLAS. By using the heat transfer Fourier Number, ISO 14886:2014 determines the equivalency of any proposed insulated FRP sandwich laminate to the model insulated sandwich laminate based on a fire tested insulated laminate approved in accordance with IMO FTP Code as a fire-resisting division. The method considers the relevant mechanical, thermal, and physical properties of the insulation and the FRP laminate. The technology of the elements of the insulation and FRP resistance to heat, smoke, and fire used in ISO 14886:2014 and the effectiveness of the insulation are applicable in general to insulated FRP as a fire-resistant material.

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ISO 16556:2014 defines the requirements for layout, design, and installation for large yacht anchoring equipment.

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ISO 14885:2014 specifies the safety requirements for diesel engines with a rated power of 100kW and over for propulsion and essential auxiliaries for power generation for large yachts 24 m and over in hull length, measured in accordance with ISO 8666:2002, and of less than 500 GT which are in commercial use for sport or pleasure, and do not carry cargo and do not carry more than twelve passengers. The engine in terms of ISO 14885:2014 is understood as the prime mover up to its driving extremitie(s) for power take off(s). ISO 14885:2014 does not cover engines used for generating the emergency source of electrical power.

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ISO 11209:2012 gives guidelines for the minimum structural scantling of lifting appliances for large yachts. It is applicable to the following lifting appliances: · cranes; · access gangways (including side ladders); · access gangways when used as a lifting appliance. ISO 11209:2012 is not applicable to lifting means for life saving appliances, which are covered by recognized rules and/or international regulations. ISO 11209:2012 covers mainly the following aspects: · service class; · applied loads; · design criteria; · allowable stress; · strength check; · elastic stability check; · connections.

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ISO 11336-1:2012 specifies technical requirements for glazed openings on large yachts, taking into account navigation conditions, and the location of the opening. Large yachts are yachts with length of the hull, LH, higher or equal to 24 m, in use for sport or pleasure and commercial operations, with a tonnage limitation up to 3 000 gross tonnage, according to the International Tonnage Convention. The opening and the associated closing appliances considered in ISO 11336-1:2012 are only those that are above the deepest waterline (dsw) and are critical for the ship integrity related to weathertightness and watertightness, i.e. those that could lead to ingress of water in the hull in case of rupture of the pane. The scope of ISO 11336-1:2012 is related to and limited to independent glazed openings.

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This International Standard specifies technical requirements for the measurement and assessment of the visual appearance of the superficial coating of large yachts in terms of gloss, colour and any other superficial defects. This International Standard is applicable to large yachts, of length, LH, as defined in ISO 8666, higher than or equal to 24 m, and in use for sport or pleasure and commercial operations. It describes the technical properties within which the final finish is to be evaluated before its acceptance.

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ISO 15516:2003 specifies the requirements of performances, design, construction, safety, maintenance and test of launching appliances for davit-launched lifeboats. ISO 15516:2003 is applicable to launching appliances for davit-launched lifeboats as well as launching appliances for davit-launched rescue boats on every kind of sea-going ship, including launching appliances for fast rescue boats on ro-ro passenger ships, but is not applicable to launching appliances for free-fall lifeboats. ISO 15516:2003 is also a reference for similar appliances on inland ships.

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ISO 4568:2006 specifies requirements for the design, construction, safety, performance and acceptance testing of windlasses and anchor capstans. ISO 4568:2006 is applicable to windlasses and anchor capstans of sea-going vessels which have electric, hydraulic, steam or external drive.

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This International Standard specifies the requirements of performances, design, construction, safety, maintenance and test of launching appliances for davit-launched lifeboats. This International Standard is applicable to launching appliances for davit-launched lifeboats as well as launching appliances for davit-launched rescue boats on every kind of sea-going ship, including launching appliances for fast rescue boats on ro-ro passenger ships, but is not applicable to launching appliances for free-fall lifeboats. This International Standard is also a reference for similar appliances on inland ships. NOTE Every provision in this standard, unless expressly stated otherwise, is also applicable to launching appliances for davit-launched rescue boats.

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ISO 19019:2005 provides ship owners, designers, shipbuilders and trial crew with basic instructions for the planning, carrying out and reporting of sea trials. ISO 19019:2005 provides general information for achieving a unified format for sea trials to be executed as identified in the contract. ISO 19019:2005 is applicable to sea trials generally adopted for types of mechanically propelled vessels. ISO 19019:2005 is not applicable to submarines.

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ISO 10303-218:2004 specifies the use of the integrated resources necessary for the scope and information requirements for the exchange of product definition data and its configuration and approval status information for ship structural systems. Configuration in this context pertains to data specific to revision tracking and change history of selected ship structural entities within the product model. Approval pertains to the company internal approval and the classification society approval. ISO 10303-218:2004 supports the shipbuilding activities and applications associated with the design phase and the manufacturing phase. NOTE 1 The application activity model in Annex F provides a graphical representation of the processes and information flows that are the basis for the definition of the scope of ISO 10303-218:2004. NOTE 2 The detailed technical discussion in Annex L provides details that define the basis for the definition of the scope of ISO 10303-218:2004 and details that define the basis of harmonization with other parts of ISO 10303 for product exchange of data for ships. The following are within the scope of ISO 10303-218:2004: product definition data pertaining to the ship structure which includes hull structure, superstructure and all other internal structures of commercial and naval ships; product definition data pertaining to the ship structure; product definition data pertaining to the pre-design phase of the ship structure; product definition data pertaining to the main design phase of the ship structure; product definition data pertaining to the manufacturing phase of the ship structure; product definition data pertaining to the product structuring of ships, including the structuring by system and by assemblies within the ship; product definition data identifying the ship general characteristics which are relevant to the design of the ship structure. NOTE The general characteristics include ship main dimensions, designations and principle characteristics, as well as the rules, regulations and standards applicable to the ship. They also include lightships weight distribution and free-board characteristics for the purpose of design and design approvals. product definition data pertaining to the ship global coordinate system, local coordinate systems and spacing grids, which are used for defining the geometry of the ship structure; product definition data pertaining to the geometrical representation of the ship structure parts and assemblies; product definition data pertaining to the hull plating and the stiffener profiles, and the definition of structural features, which comprise the ship structure parts and assemblies, including functional descriptions. EXAMPLE Edge, corner and interior cut-outs are examples of structural features product definition data pertaining to the design of the welded connections and joints of ship structure parts and assemblies, including edge preparations and weld type and size; product definition data pertaining to the specification of transverse cross-sections through the ship structure for the purpose of approval of strength; product definition data pertaining to ship design loads, including shear forces and bending moments acting on the ship structure, for the purpose of determining the longitudinal strength of the ship; product definition data pertaining to the weights and centres of gravity of the ship structure parts and assemblies; product definition data pertaining to the materials of ship structure, required to manufacture the ship or a part of it; product definition data pertaining to the configuration management of the ship structure, including approval, versioning and change administration; product definition data pertaining to external references, technical documentation and other supporting concepts which are necessary and pertinent to the design and manufacture of the ship structure parts and assemblies. The following are outside the scope of ISO 10303-218:2004

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ISO 17884:2004 applies to searchlights fitted to high-speed craft in accordance with the International Code of Safety for High-Speed Craft [HSC Code, IMO-Resolution MSC.36 (63) Chapter 13].

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This part of EN ISO 12402 specifies the safety requirements for lifejackets intended to be used on seagoing ships with regard to IMO/SOLAS rules.
NOTE   This standard also takes care of the LSA code and resolution MSC.81 (70) so far applicable to lifejackets.

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ISO/PAS 28007:2012 gives guidelines containing additional sector-specific recommendations, which companies (organizations) who comply with ISO 28000 can implement to demonstrate that they provide Privately Contracted Armed Security Personnel (PCASP) on board ships. To claim compliance with these guidelines, all recommendations ("shoulds") should be complied with. Compliance with ISO/PAS 28007:2012 can be by first, second and third party (certification). Where certification is used, it is recommended the certificate contains the words: "This certification has been prepared using the full guidelines of ISO PAS 28007 as a Private Maritime Security Company providing Privately Contracted Armed Security Personnel".

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This International Standard specifies the design, size and technical requirements for welded steel bollards suitable for installation on sea-going vessels to meet normal mooring and towing requirements.

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ISO 22472:2006 provides guidance for the planning, installation and operational testing of voyage data recorder (VDR) and simplified voyage data recorder (S-VDR) installations according to the electric/electronic and acoustic specifications of IMO A.861 (20), IMO MSC.163 (78) and IEC 61996 (including IEC 61996-2, Simplified voyage data recorder). These standards mainly deal with interfaces between VDR/S-VDR and external sensors, which is the main subject for technical agreements between user, shipyard, VDR/S-VDR supplier and/or sensor manufacturers when installations are planned. In addition, matters of performance test and playback are also described. Furthermore, details for checking of items related to the interfaces and the installation are introduced. ISO 22472:2006 is not intended for the standardization of performance factors and functional requirements related to VDR and/or S-VDR.

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Specifies requirements (dimensions, materials, design and construction, quality of manufacture, test methods, marking, inspection, designation) for gangways suitable for use horizontally or inclined up to an angle of 30° from the horizontal and designed to be carried on board ships, to provide a lightweight, convenient and safe means of access from ship to shore, for use primarily by the ship's crew which may also be used for access from ship to ship but are not intended to carry wheeled traffic.

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Specifies requirements for the design, construction, safety, performance, and acceptance tests of windlasses and anchor capstans having electric, hydraulic, steam or external drive.

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