Regulation 11 - Alternative security agreements
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Regulation 11 - Alternative security agreements

  1 Contracting Governments may, when implementing this chapter and part A of the ISPS Code, conclude in writing bilateral or multilateral agreements with other Contracting Governments on alternative security arrangements covering short international voyages on fixed routes between port facilities located within their territories.

  2 Any such agreement shall not compromise the level of security of other ships or of port facilities not covered by the agreement.

  3 No ship covered by such an agreement shall conduct any ship-to-ship activities with any ship not covered by the agreement.

  4 Such agreements shall be reviewed periodically, taking into account the experience gained as well as any changes in the particular circumstances or the assessed threats to the security of the ships, the port facilities or the routes covered by the agreement.

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