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For reasons of economy, this document is printed in a limited number. Delegates arekindly asked to bring their copies to meetings and not to request additional copies.
 
INTERNATIONAL MARITIME ORGANIZATION
 
IMO
 E 
 
SUB-COMMITTEE ON STABILITY ANDLOAD LINES AND ON FISHING VESSELSSAFETY50th sessionAgenda item 5SLF 50/5/325 January 2007Original: ENGLISH 
SAFETY OF SMALL FISHING VESSELSReport of the correspondence group (part 4)Submitted by South AfricaSUMMARY
 
 Executive summary:
 This report summarizes the work completed by the correspondencegroup since its re-establishment at the forty-ninth session of theSub-Committee
 Action to be taken:
 Paragraph 3
 Related document 
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:
 SLF 48/16; SLF 48/INF.3; SLF 48/21; SLF 49/6; SLF 49/6/1;SLF 49/6/2; SLF 49/6/3; SLF 49/WP.3; SLF 49/17; SLF 50/5;SLF 50/5/1; SLF 50/5/2 and SLF 50/5/41 The Sub-Committee, at its forty-ninth session, re-established the correspondence group,under the co-ordination of South Africa, to finalize the draft Safety recommendations.2 This document provides draft texts of the Safety recommendations, Annexes IV to XVIII,as set out in the annex.
Action requested of the Sub-Committee
3 The Sub-Committee is invited to consider the draft texts of the standard, in conjunctionwith documents SLF 50/5, SLF 50/5/1, SLF 50/5/2 and SLF 50/5/4.***
 
SLF 50/5/3
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ANNEXANNEX IVCONSTRUCTION STANDARDS FOR STEEL FISHING VESSELSPART 1
GENERAL1 Scope
Construction standards apply to single hull, steel vessels of conventional shape operating atmoderate speed; that is up to a maximum of 15 knots. Vessels of unusual design or shape andthose operating at higher speeds will require special consideration by the competent authority.
2 Design categories
2.1 These construction standards are based on the division of vessels into appropriate designcategories, the categories indicate sea and wind conditions for which a vessel is considered to besuitable, provided that the vessel is correctly operated and at a speed appropriate to the prevailingsea state. Design categories are defined in 1.1.12.
3 Construction standards
3.1 The appropriate standards of construction for steel vessels shall be determined as set outin the table below:Design category Part 1 Part 2 Part 3A
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C1
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C2
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D
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3.2 Vessels fitted with sails should be considered to operate in categories C1, C2 and D onlyunless given special consideration by the competent authority.
4 Construction standards for steel vessels of all design categories4.1 Materials
4.1.1 During construction of the vessel documents should be kept to demonstrate that thematerials used are of shipbuilding quality and have certificates issued by a Classification Societyor a Maritime Administration and with at least the following properties:
 
Minimum yield stress 240 N/mm
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Tensile strength 410 N/ mm
2
;
 
Ultimate strain 22%.4.1.2 The materials used should be dry and free from corrosion.4.1.3 All plates used should have a mean thickness which at least corresponds to the nominalthickness of the plate.

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