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" Rule (2), at least 1 cubic foot of strong and serviceable inclosed air-tight compartments, so constructed that water cannot find its way into them. In the case of metal boats an addition will have to be made to the cubic capacity of the air-tight .compartments,... "
Parliamentary Papers - Sivu 10
tekijä(t) Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons - 1894
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Statutory Rules and Orders Other Than Those of a Local, Personal Or ...

Great Britain - 1894
...feet of her capacity computed as in Eule (2), at least 1 cubic foot of strong and serviceable enclosed air-tight compartments, so constructed that water...Section (B.). — A boat of this section shall be a life -boat, of whale-boat form, properly constructed of wood or metal, having inside and outside buoyancy...

The Acts of the Parliament of Western Australia

Western Australia - 1905
...wood or metal, having for every ten cubic feet of her capacity, computed as in rule 2, at least one cubic foot of strong and serviceable inclosed air-tight...buoyancy equal to that of the wooden boat. Section (6.) — A boat of this section shall be a life-boat of whaleboat form, properly constructed of wood...

International Shipping & Shipbuilding Directory

1891
...feet of her capacity computed as in Rule (2) at least I cubic foot of strong and serviceable enclosed air-tight compartments, so constructed that water cannot find its way into them. Section (B). — A boat of this section shall be a lifeboat of whaleboat form, properly constructed...

The Law Relating to Shipmasters and Seamen: Their Appointment, Duties ...

Joseph Kay, John William Mansfield, George William Duncan - 1894 - 825 sivua
...of her capacity, computed as in Rule (2), at least 1 cubic foot of strong and serviceable enclosed air-tight compartments, so constructed that water cannot find its way into them. Section (B). — A boat of this section shall be a life-boat, of whale-boat form, properly constructed...

Sessional Papers, Nide 92

Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons - 1902
...They shall carry approved life-belts, so that there may be one о г each person on board. 0.72. в -2 DIVISION (E).— CLASS 3. Hulks, dredgers, steam hoppers,...them. In the case of metal boats an addition will bave to be made to the cubic capacity of the air-tight compartments, so as to give them buoyancy equal...

Loss of the Steamship "Titanic": Report of a Formal Investigation Into the ...

Great Britain. Court to investigate loss of steamship "Titanic." - 1912 - 88 sivua
...cubic foot of strong and serviceable inclosed air-tight compartments, so constructed that water can not find its way into them. In the case of metal boats...give them buoyancy equal to that of the wooden boat. Gross tons. 10,000 and under 12,000. . . . 12,000 and under 15,000 15,000 and under 20,000 . on.ftjw)...

The Naval Constructor: A Vade Mecum of Ship Design for Students, Naval ...

George Simpson - 1914 - 819 sivua
...of her capacity, computed as in Rule 2, at least one cubic foot of strong and serviceable enclosed air-tight compartments, so constructed that water...cubic capacity of the air-tight compartments, so as to jive them buoyancy equal to that of the wooden boat. Section B. A boat of this section shall be a life-boat,...

Ships' Boats: Their Qualities, Construction, Equipment, and Launching Appliances

Ernest Walter Blocksidge - 1920 - 500 sivua
...required for a Class IA lifeboat. When a lifeboat of this class is constructed of metal, an addition is made to the cubic capacity of the airtight compartments so as to make the buoyancy equal to that of a wooden boat. It has been the writer's experience when allotting...




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