The marine mooring bollard is a post used on ship's deck or quay. It is a simple and cost-effective way to fulfill mooring requirements and safely secure vessels alongside jetties, berths, wharves and dolphins in ports and harbors. It is welded by qualified steel tubes with plates. Different types a
Discussing about Detention & its countermeasures for Ship PSC Inspection PSC, Port State Control. Purpose of PSC inspection: The government agency of the port state or its authorized person inspects the technical conditions and capabilities of foreign ships and crews (especially related to safety an
Accommodation ladder 1. usually collected in the ship's side, when used to release the outboard along the side of the tilting arrangement, for personnel up and down the ship's ladder. 2. If it is hung outboard for people to board and leave the ship, the ladder can be lifted, turned over and put in the side of the ship. 3. A set of movable steps located on the side of the ship for people to board the ship from the boat or dock.
Lights and shapes indicating the dynamic state of a ship Ship signal lights refer to lights configured in accordance with maritime collision avoidance regulations to indicate the dynamics or operating status of ships at night. Lamps that indicate the space occupied by the ship and its navigation status. It is a general term for masthead light, side light, stern light, towing light, all-round light and flashing light.
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