Captains Legal: The Definitive Guide to Maritime Law for Masters
Captains Legal is the definitive guide to maritime law for masters. It provides practical advice on a wide range of maritime law topics, including:
- The legal framework for maritime operations
- The responsibilities of masters
- The rights of masters
- The legal implications of accidents and incidents
- The legal implications of terrorism and piracy
- The legal implications of navigation in ice
- The legal implications of human factors
The book is written in accessible language and clarifies complex legal concepts. It also includes case studies of real-life maritime law cases, which can help masters learn from the mistakes of others.
What you will learn from this eBook:
- Stay up-to-date with the latest maritime law regulations
- Gain a comprehensive understanding of the critical maritime law concepts
- Improve your skills in navigating the maritime legal environment
- Reduce the risk of legal liability
- Prepare for your next voyage with confidence
Why this ebook is essential and how you can apply the knowledge:
- Maritime law is complex and constantly changing.
- It is important for masters to stay up-to-date with the latest legal developments in order to protect themselves and their ships.
- This book comprehensively overviews the latest maritime law regulations, including the most recent amendments.
- The book is written clearly and concisely, making it easy to understand.
- The book includes case studies of real-life maritime law cases, which can help masters learn from the mistakes of others.
- This book is an essential resource for all masters, officers, and other maritime professionals who must stay updated with the latest maritime law regulations.
1 Who Owns the Seas?
2 Criminal Jurisdiction
3 The Flag State
6 Port of Refuge
7 Charterers and Charter Party
9 Ballast Water Management
10 Operating in Ice
11 Ocean Routeing
14 The Fair Treatment of Seafarers (After a Maritime Accident)
15 Shore Leave and Seafarers’ Rights
16 Manning and Fatigue
17 Port State Control
18 The Law in Inland Waters