Order on Notice B from the Danish Maritime Authority, technical regulation on the construction and equipment, etc. of ships
Order on Notice D from the Danish Maritime Authority, technical regulation on the construction and equipment, etc. of passenger ships on domestic voyages
Requirements for recreational facilities are regulated by chapter II-3 of Notice
B and Notice D, respectively. Notice B applies to new cargo ships with a length
(L) of or above 15 metres or with scantlings of or above 100 and to passenger
ships engaged in international voyages. Notice D applies to all new passenger
ships engaged on domestic voyages.
The regulation contains provisions on
outdoor areas/recreational areas and recreational rooms.
requirements implementing this part, in which it is related to ship construction
and equipment, apply only to ships the keel of which is laid or which are at a
similar stage of construction on or after 20 August 2013, when the MLC enters
As regards ships constructed before this date, the
requirements on ship construction and equipment stipulated in ILO Conventions
no. 92 no. 133 on the accommodation of ships crews on board will continue to
apply if they applied before the relevant date according to law and practice. A
ship must be considered to be constructed on the date when the ship's keel is
laid or when it is at a similar stage of construction.
are fully implemented in Danish law.
Thus, chapter II-3 issued in connection with the implementation of the MLC on
accommodation spaces fully takes account of the requirements of regulation
Exemptions and equivalents
Any exemptions or equivalent
solutions in relation to chapter II-3 must be documented on board so that it is
possible to verify compliance with the regulations during an inspection in a
manner that is easy for the surveyor.