Notice On The Application Of Pilotage

Original Language Title: Bekendtgørelse om anvendelse af lods

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Overview (table of contents)



Section 1



General provisions





Chapter 1



Reinforcement of the obligation to apply the pilot





Section 2



Definition





Section 3



Specific provisions





Chapter 2



Reduction in the obligation to apply the pilot





Chapter 3



Penalty





Chapter 4



Date of entry into force of



The full text of the notice on the existence of pilotage

Under section 4, section 5, and section 34, paragraph 4, of lodslov No. 567 of 9. June 2006 fixed: Section 1 General provisions Chapter 1 strengthening the obligation to apply the pilot section 1. A ship is towed, shall use pilotage in clawing render or marked shipping lanes that lead into the port or passing by the port.

(2). When it trailed ship is not manned, or it cannot be propelled by its own motive power, the towing end ship using pilotage.

(3). A ship in pursuance of paragraphs 1 and 2 shall apply, shall be exempt from pilotage therefor, if 1) it trailed ship has a gross tonnage of less than 150, or 2) it trailed the ship's length (l.o.a.) is less than 28 metres.

(4). Ships which towed or bugserer from berth to berth in the same port area must not use pilotage.

§ 2. A ship by virtue of lodsloven or this notice have a duty to take pilot, and as 1) is intended for Danish port, 2) must transfer to or from another vessel in Danish territorial waters (STS-operations), or 3) want to anchors in Danish territorial waters,

are not covered by section 6 for exemption from pilotage pilotage duty.

(2). (1). 1 and 3, shall not apply in the in clause 16, nr. 1-4, said waters.

Section 2 Definition section 3. Pursuant to the pilotage Act, section 4, paragraph 2, lays down that the pilotage Act § 4, paragraph 1, shall mean: 1) Oil: defined as in the UN international framework; The International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution From Ships, 1973, as modified by the Protocol of 1978 (MARPOL 73/78 Annex I), as amended.

  Uncleaned cargo tanks: Ships in ballast as having been loaded with oil tanks (including sloptanke) is not completely cleaned and secured with idle air.

2) Chemicals: defined as in the UN international framework; The International code for the Construction and Equipment of Ships Carrying Dangerous Chemicals in Bulk (IBC Code), as amended, for substances in pollution category X, Y and Z in chapters 17-19.

3) Gases: defined as in the UN international framework; The International Code for the Construction and Equipment of Ships Carrying Liquefied Gases in Bulk (IGC Code), as amended.

4) Bunker oil: fuel oils and other types of oil products, to be used for the operation of a ship.

5) highly radioactive material: Material covered by the United Nations international framework; The International Code for the Safe Carriage of Packaged Irradiated Nuclear Fuel, Plutonium and high-level Radioactive Wastes on Board Ships (INF Code), on the transport by sea of irradiated nuclear fuel, etc.

Section 3 Specific provisions Amager plant's Port and Prøvestens port



§ 4. Ships with a length (l.o.a.) at 90 metres in length and over shall use pilotage upon arrival to and departure from Amager plant's Port and Prøvestens port.

(2). Paragraph 1 shall not apply to vessels with a length (l.o.a.) of up to 90 m, which is equipped with a bow thruster and sufficient engine power, and which are not covered by the pilotage Act § 4.

Avedøre Power Plant's Port



§ 5. Ships with a length (l.o.a.) at 100 m or more must use pilotage upon arrival to and departure from Avedøre power plant's Port.

(2). Paragraph 1 shall not apply to vessels with a length (l.o.a.) of up to 100 m, which is equipped with a bow thruster and sufficient engine power, and which are not covered by the pilotage Act § 4.

Drawn, Mejlgrunden and Løgstør reasons



§ 6. Ships with a draught of more than 3.1 m must use pilotage by passage of the deepened render by Mejlgrunden fell, and of Løgstør Reasons.

The railway bridge across Limfjorden by Aalborg



§ 7. Ships with a length (l.o.a.) at 53 metres in length and over shall use pilotage when crossing the railway bridge across Limfjorden by Aalborg.

Mariager Fjord



§ 8. When operating at Mariager Fjord, the following ships use pilotage: 1) Ships with a length (l.o.a.) at 60 metres in length and over, or 2) ships with a draught of 3.5 m and above.

Nakskov Fjord



§ 9. When operating on the following ships must use pilotage Nakskov Fiord: 1) Ships with a draught of 6.6 m or more, 2) ships with a width of 20 m or more, or 3) ships with a length (l.o.a.) at 130 m or more.

South Wales Fjord and Næstved Harbour



§ 10. Ships with a length (l.o.a.) at 55 metres in length and over shall use pilotage upon arrival to and departure from Næstved Harbour through the deepened South Wales ran in the Fjord.

Oddesund bridge



§ 11. Ships with a length (l.o.a.) at 35 m or more must use pilotage by passage of Oddesund bridge.

Odense Fjord and Channel



§ 12. On the stretch between Gap and Lacey the following ships use pilotage: 1) Ships with a length (l.o.a.) on 100 m or more, or 2) ships with a width of 15 m or more.

(2). On the stretch between Lacey and Odense Harbour and during the delay in Odense Harbour area, the following ships use pilotage: 1) Ships with a length (l.o.a.) at 70 m or more, or 2) ships with a width of 11 metres or more.

Randers Fjord



§ 13. When operating on the following ships must use pilotage Randers Fjord: 1) Ships with a length (l.o.a.) at 116 metres in length and over, 2) ships with a draught of 5.6 metres in length and over, or 3) ships with a width of 15.5 metres in length and over Skaering Beach and Southgarden main



§ 14. By sailing through the prohibited area between Skaering Beach and Southgarden the main ships have a duty to apply the pilot.

Throat Barre and Aalborg Harbour



§ 15. Ships with a draft of 6 metres in length and over shall use pilot by the passage of the line between the Throat Barre guy and Aalborg Harbour area.

Chapter 2 Reduction in the obligation to apply the pilot section 16. Pilotage Act section 4 shall not apply to: 1) Danish ships if they sail under foreign flags, are entitled to the appropriate navigation without a pilot, 2) ships, which are constructed to exclusively to transport liquid carbon dioxide in bulk, and 3) offshore support vessels in accordance with international definitions, carrying the following products in bulk: a) acetic acid, b), c) hydrochloric acid hydrofluoric acid, d) liquid carbon dioxide or liquid nitrogen) e.

§ 17. Pilotage Act section 4 shall not apply when operating in the following waters: 1) the North Sea and Skagerrak: a) to the West of 10 ° 39 ' e, when the ship's distance from the base line is greater than 3 nautical miles.

b) North of 57 ° 48 ' N and East of 10 ° 39 ' e.

2) Kattegat: a) Route (A) North of 56 ° 24 ' N, where the ship's draught is less than 11 metres.

(b)) Route T North of 56 ° 29 ' N, where the ship's draught is less than 11 metres.

3) langelandsbælt: a) Route H South of 54 ° 48 'n.

(b)) Route T South of 54 ° 48 'n, where the ship's draught is less than 11 metres.

4) Baltic Sea: Around Bornholm and Ertholmene, when the ship's distance from the base line is greater than 3 nautical miles.

Chapter 3 Sentence § 18. Violation of this Ordinance is punishable by fine or imprisonment up to 1 year.

(2). That can be imposed on legal persons criminal liability according to the rules laid down in the Penal Code chapter. 5. Chapter 4 of the entry into force of § 19. The notice shall enter into force on 25 July. may 2012, see. However, paragraph 3.

(2). At the same time repealed Executive Order No. 378 of 22. May 2008 on the application of pilotage.

(3). sections 5, 9 and 13 shall enter into force on the 1. September 2012.

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