i. Panting stresses is an in and out motion of the plating in the bows of a ship and is caused by unequal water pressure as the bow passes through successive waves.
ii. Pounding stresses is exist when ships is pitching. Ship’s bows lift clear of the water and come down heavily. It causes damage to the bottom and girder at the bow.
The stability booklets contents will vary between states, and may be more inclusive than described here. Individual stability booklets may not contain all parts, particularly if hand generated. Static characteristics (cross-curves, hydrostatics) may be required for a number of conditions of trim.
# 1.3 Contents
* 1.3.1 Introductory Notes
* 1.3.2 Vessel Verification
* 1.3.3 Conditions of Load
* 1.3.4 Vessel Information
* 1.3.5 Instructional Information
solas ch.3 reg 21.2.1
on passenger ship 500GT n abv atleast 1 ON EACH SIDE
less than 500GT atleast 1.
reg 31.2 cargo ship atleast 1.
brendon n kamlesh
yes, provided it meets the requirements and specifications of a rescue boat as per SOLAS
yes,safety of life is the main concern at the sea,for this we should use life boat as a rescue
Isnt this an incomplete answer?
I would fix my position using visual bearings.
(as it is not stated whether the ship is sailing near the coast or in open sea)