LR Rules and Regulations for the Classification of Inland Waterways Ships 1 July 2023 can be accessed via Regs4ships, these have been updated by approved rule changes.

Date published: 01/07/23
Last updated: 01/07/23
Tags: Rules and Regulations for the Classification of Inland Waterways Ships

Recent updates

  1. Notice No.4 Rules and Regulations for the Classification of Inland Waterways Ships, July 2022

Contents

The Rules and Regulations for the Classification of Inland Waterways Ships (IWW) were developed for but are not limited to ships operations on European inland waterways.  These Rules are now applied more broadly. The IWW Rules include parts on:

  • Dry Cargo Ships
  • Ferries and Roll on-Roll off Ships
  • Pontoons
  • Tankers Carrying Dangerous Liquids in Bulk
  • Tankers of Type G, C and N
  • Water Tankers, Wine Tankers and Edible Oil Tankers
  • Tugs, Pusher Tugs and Launches
  • Passenger Ships
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