The Parties to the Convention,
Desiring to promote the safety of ships in general and the safety of fishing vessels in particular,
Bearing in mind the outstanding contribution of the International Conventions for the Safety of Life at Sea and also the International Conventions on Load Lines in promoting the safety of ships,
Recognizing that fishing vessels are exempt from almost all the requirements of those International Conventions,
Desiring therefore to establish in common agreement uniform principles and rules concerning the construction and equipment of fishing vessels directed to the safety of such vessels and their crews,
Considering that this end may best be achieved by the conclusion of a Convention,
Persons who are on board of a vessel by reason of force majeure or in consequence of the obligation to carry shipwrecked or other persons shall not be taken into account for the purpose of ascertaining the application to the vessel of any provisions of the Convention.
Torremolinos International Convention for the safety of fishing vessels, 1977
Article 1. General Obligations under the Convention
Article 2. Definitions
Article 3. Application
Article 4. Certification and Control
Article 5. Force Majeure
Article 6. Communication of Information
Article 7. Casualties to Fishing Vessels
Article 8. Other Treaties and Interpretation
Article 9. Signature, Ratification, Acceptance, Approval and Accession
Article 10. Entry into Force
Article 11. Amendments
Article 12. Denunciation
Article 13. Deposit and Registration
Article 14. Languages
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