Stockholm Agreement Roro

4.1. A ship shall be considered to have passed when a constant state is reached during the next test, in accordance with paragraph 3.3., but taking into account paragraph 4.2. below. Where the stability requirements referred to in Part 1.4 of the Agreement are covered, the ship shall prove, in the worst case, that it complies with the | 3.1 can withstand the above-mentioned marine waves. .2 in the most serious case of damage to the centre of the ship in respect of the remaining outboard areas in the central part of the ship, if necessary in accordance with paragraph 2.1. 0.5 m if the remaining freeboard (fr) is less than or equal to 0.3 m; .1 The requirements of regulation .8, paragraph 2.3., shall, taking into account the hypothetical amount of seawater likely to accumulate on the first deck above the waterline or on the space of the particular category, which shall be marked in ro-ro-ro space in accordance with regulation II-2/3, that the bridge is damaged (hereinafter the damaged ro-ro-ro bridge), be satisfied. The other requirements of Regulation 8 shall not be met by the application of the stability standards established in this Agreement1. The presumed amount of accumulated seawater shall be calculated on the basis of a fixed height of the water surface: .3 The characteristics of the movement shall be interpreted as a real ship, taking particular account of the range of the ship`s turning radius during longitudinal oscillation and the fluctuation above the trajectory. The center of air, availability, heel and gravity is the main damage; 5.2 The test shall be recorded and recorded by video or documented by other visual means in order to record all relevant information concerning the ship and the results of the tests. The video and the message are presented to the organization at the same time as the test accepted by the administration. mean values shall be determined by linear interpolation where the remaining free germs are 0,3 m or more but less than 2,0 m; 1. This Agreement shall be open for signature from 1 July to 30 September 1996 at the headquarters of the Organization and shall remain open for accession.

States may become Parties to this Agreement as follows: this Annex establishes the significant wave heights (H) which determine the height of the water when the technical standards set out in Annex 2 are applied. .1 The distance between the vertical (side) shall be at least 3 m; agreement on specific stability requirements for ro-ro passenger ships; 1996 (Treaty of Stockholm 1996) .3.2, determined in accordance with paragraph .1 when the significant wave height (hs) in a given area is equal to or greater than 4.0 m in a given area; .5.2 for a triangular profile equal to a horizontal level of one height; is B/5 in accordance with SOLAS II-1/8.4.2. 2. Any instrument of ratification, acceptance, approval or accession deposited after the entry into force of this Convention shall take effect thirty days after deposit. . . .