Marine Board (Prohibited Areas Designation) Notice 1996

Link to law: http://www.bermudalaws.bm/Laws/Annual%20Laws/1996/Statutory%20Instruments/Marine%20Board%20%28Prohibited%20Areas%20Designation%29%20Notice%201996.pdf

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Marine Board (Prohibited Areas Designation) Notice 1996
Title 0
Laws of Bermuda Item 12(3)

1989 Revision 1

BERMUDA STATUTORY INSTRUMENT

BR 36/1996

MARINE BOARD (PROHIBITED AREAS DESIGNATION) NOTICE
1996

[made under section 10 of the Marine Board Act 1962 [title 22 item 3] and
brought into operation on 14 June 1996]

Citation
1 This Notice may be cited as the Marine Board (Prohibited Areas
Designation) Notice 1996.

Prohibited areas
2 (1) Save under the terms of any permission granted in writing
by the Minister, the owner, operator or pilot of a boat shall not approach
within 50 meters of the hull of a ship moored or anchored in the areas of
waters designated in the Schedule.

(2) Sub-paragraph (1) does not apply to the operator or pilot of
a boat owned by the Government.

Evidence
3 The onus of proving that an owner, operator or pilot of a boat
has written permission to be in a prohibited area shall be on the person
asserting that fact.

MARINE BOARD (CONTROL OVER MARITIME TRAFFIC)
NOTICE 1993

2 1989 Revision

SCHEDULE

No 1, 5, 6, 7, 8 Berth Hamilton

Pennos Wharf St. George's

Ordnance Island Berth St. George's

Oil Docks St. George's

Commercial Berth Ireland Island

Flagship Berth Ireland Island

Knuckles Berth Ireland Island

King's Wharf Ireland Island