# Command Companion of Seamanship Techniques (Pegasus Series) by David House

By David House

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The investigations of the MAIB are to determine the cause of accidents in order to prevent them happening again. Inspectors of the MAIB are expected to travel to the scene of an accident and investigate such accidents when: (a) There has been loss of life or serious injury to a person on board a vessel, or if any person is lost from the ship or from a ship’s boat. (b) A ship is lost or presumed lost, or has been abandoned or materially damaged. (c) A ship has stranded or been involved in a collision.

C) A ship has stranded or been involved in a collision. (d) A ship has caused material damage. (e) A ship has been disabled for more than 12 hours, or less, and if as a result of her disablement she needs assistance to reach port. 9. Legal requirements of ship’s Masters It is a legal requirement for the Master of a British ship to report any casualty to the MAIB as soon after the event as possible and in any case not more than seven days after the ship’s arrival in the next port of call. The report should contain the following information: ž The general particulars of the ship: name, ofﬁcial number, Port of Registry, position, next port of call, and ETA if possible.

British overseas citizens. British subjects under the Nationality Act 1981. British nationals (overseas) who came under the Hong Kong, British Nationality Order of 1986. 6. Corporate bodies in the UK or in a relevant overseas territory who have their principal place of business in the UK or in that territory. 7. Citizens of the Republic of Ireland. If the person does not fall into one of the above categories, they can still be a part owner, provided the majority share is owned by a qualiﬁed person.