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Use this form to provide notice of intention to load livestock from a port in Australia.
Marine Order 43 requires a ship's master to notify AMSA in writing of the intention to load livestock.
You will need to:
You can include separate attachments if you run out of room on the form.
Note: The estimated duration includes the time for livestock to load and discharge.
For a short voyage you must also provide details of the means of containment. Provide this information as per MO43 Division 14 Short voyages.
Vessels with an ACCL must confirm if the following are in full working order:
Livestock vessels with ACCL must also provide:
If the vessel is loading or discharging in more than one port, provide these details for each port.
Send a copy of your completed form to:
Submit a master’s report for completed livestock voyages of more than 24 hours.
The attending AMSA Surveyor will review:
The Australian Government uses information from these reports to:
Direct questions about this form to your nearest AMSA office. Contact your local ship agent for this information.