Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 50 Part 2.djvu/346

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1252 TREATIES REGULATION XXXIX. Table relating to davits and lifeboat capacity. Table relating to davits and lifeboat The following table fixes, according to the length of the ship- capacity. caacity. (A.) The minimum number of sets of davits to be provided to each of which must be attached a boat of Class I in accordance with Regulation XXXVIII above. (B.) The smaller number of sets of davits which may be authorised exceptionally under Regulation XXXVIII. (C.) The minimum life-boat capacity required, including the life- boats attached to davits and the additional boats, in accordance with Regulation XXXVIII. (D.) The minimum life-boat capacity required for a ship engaged in short international voyages. (B.) (0.) (D.) Registered Length of the Ship. (A) Smaller Minimum Capae- Minimum Capac- Mini- Number of ity of Lifeboats. ity of Lifeboats. mum Sets of Number Davits of Sets of authorised Metr. Davits . ex - Cuic Cubic Cubic Cubic Metres. FeFeet. Metres. Feet. 31 and under 37... 100 and under 120 2 2 28 980 11 400 37 43.. 120 140 2 2 35 1,220 17 600 43 49... 140 160 2 2 44 1.550 24 850 49 53... 160 175 3 3 63 1,880 33 1,150 53 58... 175 190 3 3 68 2,390 37 1,300 68 63... 190 205 4 4 78 2,740 41 1,450 63 67... 205 220 4 4 94 3,330 4 1600 67 70... 220 230 5 4 110 3,900 48 1700 70 75... 230 245 5 4 129 4,560 52 1,850 75 78... 245 255 6 5 144 5,100 60 2,100 78 82 255 270 6 5 160 5,640 68 2,400 82 87... 270 285 7 5 175 8,190 76 2,700 87 1 28300 7 . 196 6,930 85 3,000 91 96.. 300 315 8 a 214 7,550 94 8,300 98 101.. 315 830 8 6 235 8,290 105 8.700 101 107. 330 50 9 7 255 9,000 116 4,100 107 113... 350 870 9 7 273 9 630 125 4,400 113 119... 370 8390 10 7 301 10,650 133 4,700 119 126... 390 410 10 7 331 11,700 144 5,100 125 133.. 410 435 12 9 370 13,060 156 5,600 133 140... 435 460 12 9 408 14,430 170 68,000 140 149... 460 490 14 10 451 15,920 1856 8,50 1 49 159... 490 520 14 10 490 17, 310 201 7,100 159 168... 520 560 16 12 530 18,720 217 7.860 618 177.. 650 580 16 12 576 20,350 77 186... 580 610 18 13 620 21,900 186 195... 610 840 18 13 671 23,700 195 204... 640 670 20 14 717 25,350 204 213... 670 700 20 14 766 27,050 213 223... 700 730 22 15 808 28,560 223 232... 730 760 22 16 854 30,180 232 241... 760 790 24 17 908 32,100 241 250... 790 820 24 17 972 34,350 250 261... 820 855 26 18 1,031 36,450 201 271... 856 890 26 18 1,097 38,750 271 282... 890 925 28 19 1,160 41,000 282 293. 925 960 28 19 1,242 43,880 293 303::: 960 1995 30 20 1,312 46,350 303 31 4 ... 1,030 30 20 1,380 48,750 Note on (A) and (B.- When the length ofthe ship exceeds 314 metres (equivalent to 1,030 feet) the Admin- Istration shall determine the minimum number ofsets of davits for that ship; full particulars of its decision shall be communicated to the other Administrations. Note on (C) and (D). - For the purposes of this table the capacity of a boat of Class II s obtained by multiplying the number of persons for which the boat is certified by 0. 283 to obtain the capacity in cubic metres and by 10 to obtain the capacity in cabic feet. Note on (D).- When the length of a ship is under 31 metres (equivalent to 100 feet) or over 188 metres (equivalent to o0 feet) the cubic capacity of the lifeboats shall be prescribed by the Administration.