Hull structure and arrangement for the classification of cargo ships less than 65 m and non cargo ships less than 90 m
This Rule Note contains the requirements for the determination of the hull scantlings (for the fore, central and aft parts of the ship) and structure arrangement applicable to the following type of ships of normal form, speed and proportions and built in steel, aluminum, or composite materials:
The wording “cargo ships” and “non-cargo ships” means:
Unless otherwise specified, these Rules apply to units for which the date of the contract for construction is on or after November 1st, 2018.
This issue of hull structure and arrangement for the classification of cargo ships less than 65 m and non-
cargo ships less than 90 m consists of the following documents:
Hull structure and arrangement for the classification of cargo ships less than 65 m and non-cargo ships less than 90 m
Main changes in NR600, edition November 2018.
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