8.1.1 The data and information on the structural
condition of the ship collected during the survey should be evaluated
for acceptability and continued structural integrity of the ship.
220.127.116.11 In case of oil tankers of 130 m in length
and upwards (as defined in the International Convention on Load Lines
in force), the ship's longitudinal strength should be evaluated by
using the thickness of structural members measured, renewed and reinforced,
as appropriate, during the renewal survey of safety construction carried
out after the ship reached 10 years of age in accordance with the
criteria for longitudinal strength of the ship's hull girder for oil
tankers specified in annex 12.
8.1.2 The analysis of data should be carried out
and endorsed by the Administration and the conclusions of the analysis
should form a part of the condition evaluation report.
18.104.22.168 The final result of evaluation of the
ship's longitudinal strength required in 22.214.171.124, after renewal or
reinforcement work of structural members, if carried out as a result
of initial evaluation, should be reported as a part of the condition