Ships Business and Maritime Law

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Ships Business and Maritime Law

Postby The Dieselduck » Mon May 28, 2018 4:01 pm

NL sent us these tips from his 2nd Class orals regarding the

The Ships Business and Maritime Law part was probably the hardest part of the orals. I think based on the examiner, it could be a lot harder than it was all the same. The examiner went down through the Syllabus and asked me a question about each regulation, act, convention, etc. Most of the focus was on MARPOL, MLC 2006, IMO, MOSH, CLC Part 2, STCW, ILO, SOLAS. I think he was mostly making sure you could identify which act did a regulation belong to, those kind of things.

We also chatted about metallurgy a fair bit, ice class vessels and what type of steel you would see, A60 bulkheads and where they are located, crankcase and start air explosions. It was a huge relief to get this done, and it's soon time to start knocking off the Part A's for my First Class, before life gets too hectic.

I've attached a copy of the Syllabus he used for Maritime Law and Ship's Business.


Thanks for sharing NL

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Re: Ships Business and Maritime Law

Postby Revolver » Tue May 29, 2018 2:17 pm

Right on, that's not so bad because that's what you should know for seconds anyway.
At least now it's a formal list of material to clarify what's expected to have a good idea about.


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