Anchoring systems - C7D
National Standard for Commercial Vessels
Part C - Design and construction
Section 7 - Equipment
Sub-section 7D - Anchoring systems
Commenced 1 April 2022
The National Standard for Commercial Vessels (NSCV) sub-section C7D specifies the minimum requirements for design, selection and testing of anchoring systems for commercial vessels.
This standard recognises anchoring systems as safety equipment.
This Subsection shall be read in conjunction with:
The anchoring systems specified in this Subsection are suitable only for use in reasonably sheltered conditions or in emergencies such as equipment failure.
This Subsection applies to all vessels other than Special Vessels provided for in NSCV Part F of this standard, unless NSCV Part F specifies otherwise.
This Subsection does not apply to vessels operating on cables (vessel-in-chain).
This NSCV was updated as a result of the Omnibus amendments instrument No 1, 2021. (AMSA has made minor editorial amendments to six NSCVs to address minor issues in nature raised by industry).
Summary of changes:
The list of changes are available via the following link: NSCV Omnibus amendments instrument No1 2021 (PDF 518.45 KB).
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