Solas 90 Stockholm Agreement

3 Reference is made to the `model test procedure` set out in the Annex to this document. 3.3 For each peak, at least 5 (5) periodic tests shall be carried out. The duration of the trial phase at each course must be such that a constant position is reached, but the course must not be less than 30 minutes full-time. For each test, different wave sampling methods shall be used. 1. Any Contracting Government may denounce this Agreement by written communication to the Secretary-General. 2. Ratification, acceptance, approval or accession shall be effected by deposit of the instrument with the Secretary-General. RECALLING IN PARTICULAR Resolution No. 14 of the Conference of the Parties to the London International Convention for the Protection of Maritime Safety of 1974 on the Regional Convention on Specific Stability Requirements for Ro-ro Passenger Ships; CONSIDERING that the fundamental responsibility or establishment of general safety standards remains the responsibility of the International Maritime Organisation (hereinafter referred to as `the organisation`); .2 in cases where the hull has been partially extended, in accordance with the provisions of this Regulation, entails an increase of one fifth in the width of the ship, without prejudice to the position of the intrusion into the existing bulkheads, piping systems, etc., that were available prior to the extension; This Annex sets significant wave heights (Hs) which determine the height of the water when the technical standards set out in Annex 2 are applied.

3.2 The model must drift freely and be placed in a weight (90° course) with the damaged surface against future waves. A method should not be used with regard to the model so that it does not survive the scooter. If the ship is in a flooded vertical position, a paragraph of 1° must be removed against damage. .1 Transverse or longitudinal bulkheads shall be considered intact if all these parts are within the vertical surface on both sides of the ship, located at a distance from the hull lining conforming to one fifth of the width of the ship, in accordance with regulation 2, and measured straight from the centre line at the lowest level of the load line subgroup. 1. . . .