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Namespaces Category Discussion. Those conditions shall require craft applying for replacement, in the case of loss, to provide a declaration of the loss of the certificate, or in the case of damage, to return the damaged certificate.

The replacement certificate shall state that it is a duplicate. In the event of major alterations or major repairs which affect the craft's compliance with the technical requirements referred to in Annexes II and V concerning its structural soundness, navigation, manoeuvrability or special features, that craft shall undergo, prior to any further voyage, the technical inspection provided for in Article 6.

Following that inspection, the existing Union inland navigation certificate shall be amended to reflect the altered technical characteristics of the craft or that certificate shall be withdrawn and a new one issued.

If the new certificate is issued in a Member State other than that which issued or renewed the initial certificate, the competent authority which issued or renewed the certificate shall be informed accordingly within 30 days from the date of issuance of the new certificate.

Refusal to issue or renew, and withdrawal of, Union inland navigation certificates. Any decision not to issue or renew a Union inland navigation certificate shall state the grounds on which it is based.

The owner of the craft or its representative shall be notified thereof and shall be informed about the appeal procedure and the time limits applicable in the Member State concerned.

Any valid Union inland navigation certificate may be withdrawn by the competent authority which issued or renewed it if the craft ceases to comply with the technical requirements set out in its certificate.

Pending the entry into force of agreements on the mutual recognition of navigation certificates between the Union and third countries, the competent authorities of a Member State may recognise the navigation certificates of craft from third countries for navigation within the territory of that Member State.

Member States shall ensure that their competent authorities keep a register of all certificates they have issued or renewed pursuant to Articles 6, 8, 9 and That register shall include the information contained in the model certificate provided for in Annex II.

Each craft shall have only one ENI, which shall remain unchanged during its entire lifetime. When issuing a Union inland navigation certificate, the competent authority shall include the ENI therein.

Each Member State shall draw up a list indicating the competent authorities responsible for assigning ENIs and shall notify the Commission thereof, as well as any changes to the list.

The Commission shall keep the EHDB in order to support administrative measures for maintaining safety and ease of navigation and to ensure application of this Directive.

Member States shall ensure that, for each craft, the competent authorities enter, without delay, in the EHDB:.

Member States shall ensure that the transfer is necessary for the purposes referred to in paragraph 3 of this Article.

Member States shall ensure that the third country or international organisation does not transfer the data to another third country or international organisation unless it is given express written authorisation to do so and complies with the conditions specified by the competent authority of the Member State.

The Commission shall ensure that the transfer or access is necessary for the purposes referred to in paragraph 3 of this Article.

The Commission shall ensure that the third country or international organisation does not transfer the data to another third country or international organisation unless it is given express written authorisation and complies with the conditions specified by the Commission.

The competent authority shall ensure that the data related to a craft is deleted from the database referred to in paragraph 1 when this craft is scrapped.

The Commission is empowered to adopt delegated acts in accordance with Article 32 further specifying:. Member States shall ensure that the competent authorities referred to in paragraph 3 carry out the initial, periodical, special and voluntary inspections referred to in this Directive.

Those competent authorities may refrain from subjecting the craft in whole or in part to technical inspection where it is evident from a valid attestation, issued by a recognised classification society in accordance with Article 21, that the craft satisfies, in whole or in part, the technical requirements referred to in Annexes II and V.

Each Member State shall draw up a list indicating its competent authorities which are responsible for carrying out technical inspections and shall notify the Commission thereof, including any changes to the list.

The Commission shall maintain an up-to-date list of competent authorities and inspection bodies on an appropriate website. Each Member State shall comply with the specific requirements as regards inspection bodies and the request for an inspection, provided for in Annexes II and V.

The Commission shall adopt implementing acts in order to recognise a classification society which meets the criteria listed in Annex VI, or to withdraw recognition, in accordance with the procedure set out in paragraphs 2 and 3 of this Article.

Those implementing acts shall be adopted in accordance with the advisory procedure referred to in Article 33 2. An application for recognition shall be submitted to the Commission by the Member State in which the classification society has its headquarters or a subsidiary authorised to issue attestations that a craft satisfies the requirements referred to in Annexes II and V in accordance with this Directive.

This application shall be accompanied by all information and documentation needed to check that the criteria for recognition are met. Any Member State may submit to the Commission a request to withdraw the recognition if it considers that a classification society no longer meets the criteria set out in Annex VI.

The request for withdrawal shall be accompanied by documentary evidence. The Commission shall publish for the first time by 7 October , and shall keep updated on an appropriate website, a list of the classification societies recognised in accordance with this Article.

Member States shall communicate to the Commission any changes relating to the names or addresses of the classification societies for which they have applied for recognition.

Member States shall ensure that their competent authorities may at any time control whether a craft is carrying a valid certificate in accordance with Article 7 and whether it satisfies the requirements for the issuance of such a certificate.

In the case of failure to comply with the requirements, the competent authorities shall take appropriate measures in accordance with paragraphs 2 to 5 of this Article.

They shall also request that the owner of the craft or its representative takes all necessary measures to remedy the situation within a time limit set by the competent authorities.

The competent authority which issued the certificate carried on the craft shall be informed of such failures within seven days of the control.

Where a valid certificate is not being carried, the craft may be prevented from proceeding with its voyage. If, during the control, the competent authorities find that the craft constitutes a manifest danger for the persons on board, the environment or the safety of the navigation, they may prevent the craft from proceeding with its voyage until the necessary steps have been taken to remedy the situation.

The competent authorities may also prescribe proportionate measures which will enable the craft to proceed safely, where appropriate on termination of its transport operations, to a place where it will either be inspected or repaired.

A Member State which has prevented a craft from proceeding with its voyage, or has notified the owner of the craft or its representative of its intention to so prevent it if the defects found are not corrected, shall inform the competent authority in the Member State which issued or last renewed the craft's certificate, within seven days of the decision which it has taken or intends to take.

Any decision to interrupt the passage of a craft taken in the implementation of this Directive shall state in detail the reasons on which it is based.

Such decision shall be notified without delay to the party concerned, who shall at the same time be informed of the appeal procedures available under the laws in force in the Member State concerned and of their time limits.

Member States may, where applicable subject to the requirements of the Revised Convention for Rhine Navigation, adopt technical requirements additional to those referred to in Annexes II and V for craft operating on Zone 1 and 2 waterways within their territory.

Such additional requirements shall cover only the elements listed in Annex III. In respect of passenger vessels operating on Zone 3 non-linked inland waterways, each Member State may maintain technical requirements in addition to those referred to in Annexes II and V.

Where application of the transitional provisions referred to in Annex II would result in a reduction in existing national safety standards, a Member State may disapply those transitional provisions in respect of passenger vessels operating on its non-linked inland waterways.

Members State may allow a partial application of the technical requirements or set technical requirements which are less stringent than those referred to in Annexes II and V in respect of craft operating exclusively on Zone 3 and 4 waterways within its territory.

The less stringent technical requirements or the partial application of the technical requirements shall cover only the elements listed in Annex IV.

Where a Member State applies paragraph 1, 2, 3 or 4, it shall notify the Commission thereof at least six months before the envisaged date of application.

The Commission shall inform the other Member States accordingly. In the cases referred to in paragraphs 1 and 2 of this Article, the Commission shall adopt implementing acts to approve the additional technical requirements.

Compliance with the altered technical requirements in accordance with paragraphs 1, 2, 3 and 4 shall be specified in the Union inland navigation certificate or in the supplementary Union inland navigation certificate.

While maintaining an adequate level of safety, Member States may authorise derogations from all or part of this Directive for:.

Without prejudice to the Revised Convention for Rhine Navigation, Member States may authorise, in respect of navigation within their territory, derogations from this Directive for craft operating limited journeys of local interest or in harbour areas.

The derogations and the journeys or areas for which they are valid shall be specified in the craft's certificate.

The Member States shall notify the Commission of the derogations authorised in accordance with paragraphs 1 and 2. In order to encourage innovation and the use of new technologies in inland navigation, the Commission shall be empowered to adopt implementing acts allowing derogations or recognising the equivalence of technical specifications for a specific craft regarding:.

The competent authorities of a Member State shall specify any applicable derogations and recognitions of equivalences referred to in paragraph 1 in the Union inland navigation certificate.

Following the expiry of transitional provisions to technical requirements laid down in Annex II, the Commission may adopt implementing acts allowing derogations from the technical requirements laid down in that Annex which were subject to those transitional provisions, where those requirements are technically difficult to apply or where their application might entail disproportionate costs.

The competent authorities of a Member State shall specify any applicable derogations referred to in paragraph 1 in the Union inland navigation certificate.

The Commission shall publish on an appropriate website a register of equipment which has been type-approved in accordance with Annexes II and V.

That technical inspection shall be carried out upon the expiry of the craft's current certificate, and in any event no later than 30 December Any failure to meet the technical requirements referred to in Annexes II and V shall be specified in the Union inland navigation certificate.

Provided that the competent authorities consider that these shortcomings do not constitute a manifest danger, the craft referred to in paragraph 1 of this Article may continue to operate until such time as those components or areas of the craft which have been certified as not meeting those requirements are replaced or altered, following which those components or areas shall meet the technical requirements referred to in Annexes II and V.

The replacement of existing parts with identical parts or parts of an equivalent technology and design during routine repairs and maintenance shall not be considered to be a replacement or an alteration within the meaning of paragraph 2.

Manifest danger within the meaning of paragraph 2 of this Article shall be presumed in particular when requirements concerning the structural soundness, navigation or manoeuvrability or special features of the craft in accordance with the technical requirements referred to in Annexes II and V are affected.

Derogations that are provided for in the technical requirements referred to in Annexes II and V shall not be identified as shortcomings which constitute a manifest danger.

Temporary requirements adopted in accordance with Article 1. The Commission shall adopt delegated acts in accordance with Article 32 to adapt Annex II to update, without undue delay, the reference to the most recent version of the ES-TRIN standard and to set the date of its application.

By way of derogation from paragraph 1, where duly justified by an appropriate analysis and in the absence of pertinent and up-to-date international standards to ensure safety of navigation or where changes in the decision-making process of CESNI would compromise Union interests, the Commission is empowered to adopt delegated acts in accordance with Article 32 to amend Annex II to provide appropriate technical requirements.

The Commission is empowered to adopt delegated acts in accordance with Article 32 concerning the adaptations of Annexes III and IV to scientific and technical progress.

The Commission is empowered to adopt delegated acts in accordance with Article 32 concerning the adaptations of Annex V to update and streamline administrative provisions.

The Commission is empowered to adopt delegated acts in accordance with Article 32 concerning the adaptations of Annex VI to amend the criteria for the recognition of classification societies to ensure safety of navigation.

The Commission is empowered to adopt delegated acts in accordance with Article 32 in order to update the references in this Directive to certain provisions of Annexes II and V in order to take into account the amendments brought to these Annexes.

The power to adopt delegated acts is conferred on the Commission subject to the conditions laid down in this Article.

The power to adopt delegated acts referred to in Articles 4, 19 and 31 shall be conferred on the Commission for a period of five years from 6 October The Commission shall draw up a report in respect of the delegation of power not later than nine months before the end of the five-year period.

The delegation of power shall be tacitly extended for periods of an identical duration, unless the European Parliament or the Council opposes such extension not later than three months before the end of each period.

The delegation of power referred to in Articles 4, 19 and 31 may be revoked at any time by the European Parliament or by the Council.

A decision to revoke shall put an end to the delegation of the power specified in that decision. It shall take effect the day following the publication of the decision in the Official Journal of the European Union or at a later date specified therein.

It shall not affect the validity of any delegated acts already in force. Before adopting a delegated act, the Commission shall consult experts designated by each Member State in accordance with principles laid down in the Interinstitutional Agreement of 13 April on Better Law-Making.

As soon as it adopts a delegated act, the Commission shall notify it simultaneously to the European Parliament and to the Council.

A delegated act adopted pursuant to Articles 4, 19 and 31 shall enter into force only if no objection has been expressed either by the European Parliament or by the Council within a period of two months of notification of that act to the European Parliament and the Council or if, before the expiry of that period, the European Parliament and the Council have both informed the Commission that they will not object.

Where the opinion of the committee is to be obtained by written procedure, that procedure shall be terminated without result when, within the time limit for delivery of the opinion, the chair of the committee so decides.

The Commission shall submit, before 7 October , a report to the European Parliament and to the Council reviewing the effectiveness of the measures introduced by this Directive, particularly as regards the harmonisation of technical requirements and the development of technical standards for inland navigation.

The report shall also review the mechanisms for cooperation with international organisations competent for inland navigation. The report shall, if appropriate, be accompanied by a legislative proposal to further streamline cooperation and coordination in establishing standards to which reference can be made in legal acts of the Union.

The Commission shall submit a similar report following any major developments in inland waterway transport. Member States shall lay down the rules on penalties applicable to infringements of the national provisions adopted pursuant to this Directive and shall take the measures necessary to ensure that they are implemented.

The penalties provided for shall be effective, proportionate and dissuasive. Member States may require vessels carrying dangerous goods as defined in the ADN to comply with the requirements laid down in that Agreement.

As evidence of this, they may require that the authorisation provided for in that Agreement be produced.

Evidence of compliance with those requirements may be provided by the authorisation referred to in paragraph 4. They shall immediately inform the Commission thereof.

When Member States adopt such measures, they shall contain a reference to this Directive or be accompanied by such a reference on the occasion of their official publication.

The methods of making such reference shall be laid down by Member States. Member States shall communicate to the Commission the text of the measures of national law which they adopt in the field covered by this Directive.

References to the repealed Directive shall be construed as references to this Directive and shall be read in accordance with the correlation table set out in Annex VII.

This Directive shall enter into force on the twentieth day following that of its publication in the Official Journal of the European Union.

Subjects for possible additional technical requirements applicable to craft on inland waterways of Zones 1, 2 and non-linked 3. Subjects for possible reductions of the technical requirements applicable to craft on inland waterways of Zones 3 and 4.

Lake Vänern, bounded in the south by the parallel of latitude through Bastugrunds beacon. Within a line from the north-east point of Gluss Island to the northern point of Calback Ness.

Within an area bounded by lines drawn from Point of Cletts on the island of Hoy to Thomson's Hill triangulation point on the island of Fara and thence to Gibraltar Pier on the island of Flotta; from St Vincent Pier on the island of Flotta to the westernmost point of Calf of Flotta; from the easternmost point of the Calf of Flotta to Needle Point on the island of South Ronaldsay and from the Ness on Mainland to Point of Oxan lighthouse on the island of Graemsay and thence to Bu Point on the island of Hoy; and seaward of Zone 2 waters.

Inside the Isle of Wight within an area bounded by lines drawn between the church spire, West Wittering, to Trinity Church, Bembridge, to the eastward, and the Needles and Hurst Point to the westward.

From a line across the Ems near the entrance to the port of Papenburg between the former Diemen pumping station and the opening of the dyke at Halte as far as a line linking the former Greetsiel lighthouse and the western pier of the port entrance at Eemshaven.

Inside a line linking the former Schillig cross light and Langwarden church tower. From the north-western edge of the railway bridge in Bremen as far as a line linking Langwarden and Cappel church towers, including the Westergate, Rekumer Loch, Rechter Nebenarm and Schweiburg side branches.

Süderelbe from km 0,69 till the mouth in the Elbe , Ruthenstrom from km 3,75 till the mouth in the Elbe ,. From the lower limit of the port of Hamburg as far as a line linking the Döse beacon and the western edge of the Friedrichskoog dyke Dieksand , including the Nebenelbe and the Este, Lühe, Schwinge, Oste, Pinnau, Krückau and Stör tributaries in each case from the mouth to the barrage.

Inside a line linking the western edge of the Friedrichskoog dyke Dieksand and the western pier head at Büsum. From the mouth of the Gieselau Canal km 22,64 to the line between the middle of the fortress Tränke and the churchtower of Vollerwiek.

Inside a line linking Boknis-Eck and the north-eastern point of the mainland near Dänisch Nienhof. From the north-western edge of the railway lift bridge in Lübeck with the Pötenitzer Wiek, and the Dassower See as far as a line linking the southern inner and northern outer pier heads at Travemünde.

From the port of Oldenburg and from m downstream of the Amalienbrücke in Oldenburg to the mouth in the Weser.

From the tail water of the Au-Mühle in Horneburg km 0,00 to the mouth in the Elbe. From m above the middle line of the traffic bridge over the Oste barrage km 69, to the mouth in the Elbe.

From the south-western edge of the railway bridge in Pinneberg to the mouth in the Elbe. From the eastern edge of the sluice in Freiburg an der Elbe as far as the mouth in the Elbe.

Seawards as far as a line between Hoher Wieschendorf Huk and Timmendorf light and a line linking Gollwitz light on the island of Poel and the southern point of the Wustrow peninsula.

Downstream of the Mühlendamm from the northern edge of the Geinitzbrücke in Rostock towards the sea as far as a line linking the northern points of the western and eastern piers in Warnemünde.

East from the Steinbecker bridge in Greifswald to the linking line over the heads of the jetties. Waters enclosed by the mainland and the island of Usedom the Peenestrom, including Wolgast port area and Achterwasser, and the Oder Haff.

From the south-west edge of the traffic bridge in the Uekermünde to the linking line over the heads of the jetties.

The Gironde from kilometre point KP 48,50 to the downstream part of the point of the Ile de Patiras, to the transversal limit of the sea defined by the line joining the Pointe de Grave to the Pointe de Suzac;.

Grevelingenmeer and Brouwerschavensche Gat: including all the waterways between Schouwen-Duiveland and Goeree-Overflakkee. Scheldt and Western Scheldt and its mouth on the sea: including the waterways between Zeeland Flanders, on the one hand, and Walcheren and Zuid-Beveland, on the other, excluding the Scheldt-Rhine Canal.

Göta älv, bounded in the east by the Göta älv bridge and in the west by the Älvsborg bridge. Within an area bounded by lines drawn from Wharth on the island of Flotta to the Martello Tower on South Walls, and from Point Cletts on the island of Hoy to Thomson's Hill triangulation point on the island of Fara and thence to Gibraltar Pier on the island of Flotta.

To the west of a line running north-south across the harbour entrance at Scurdie Ness Lighthouse. Across Loch Cairnbawn in the area between the easternmost point of Garbh Eilean and the westernmost point of Eilean na Rainich.

Within a line joining the seaward ends of the breakwaters on the River Afran outside enclosed docks. Within an area bounded by the main breakwater and a line drawn from the head of the breakwater to Brynglas Point, Towyn Bay.

To the east of a line running south from Blakeney Point to the entrance of the Stiffkey River. River Orwell within a line from Blackmanshead breakwater to Landguard Point and seaward of Zone 3 waters.

All waterways within a line from the south-western extremity of Mersea Island to Sales Point. Brighton Marina outer harbour within a line from the southern end of West Quay to the north end of South Quay.

Within a line drawn between Eastoke point and the church spire, West Wittering and seaward of Zone 3 waters.

Within a line drawn across the harbour entrance from Port Blockhouse to the Round Tower. From the mouth of the Elbe-Seiten canal to the lower limit of the port of Hamburg.

River Bug from the estuary of the river Muchawiec to the estuary of the river Narwia. The Augustowski Channel from the link with the river Biebrza to the State border, together with the lakes located along the route of this Channel.

Trollhätte canal and Göta älv, from the parallel of latitude through Bastugrunds beacon to the Göta älv bridge. The ports of Stockholm, bounded in the north-west by the Lidingö bridge, in the north-east by a line through the Elfviksgrund lighthouse in bearing degrees, and in the south by the Skuru bridge.

River Yare Estuary from a line drawn across the ends of the north and south entrance piers, including Breydon Water. Lowestoft Harbour below Mutford Lock to a line drawn across the outer harbour entrance piers.

Any additional technical requirements adopted by a Member State under Article 23 1 and 2 of this Directive for craft operating on that Member State's territory are limited to the following subjects:.

Any reduced technical requirements allowed by a Member State under Article 23 4 of this Directive for vessels operating exclusively on Zone 3 or Zone 4 waterways on the territory of that Member State are restricted to the following subjects:.

Inspection bodies. The Chairman and the experts within each body shall be designated by the authorities in the Member State in which the body is set up.

On taking up their duties, the Chairman and the experts shall submit a written declaration that they will perform them completely independently.

No declaration shall be required from officials. Inspection bodies may be assisted by specialist experts in accordance with the national provisions applying.

Presentation of the craft for inspection. The owner, or his representative, shall present the craft in an unladen, cleaned and equipped state.

He shall provide any assistance needed for the inspection, such as providing an appropriate dinghy and staff, and uncovering any parts of the hull or fittings that are not directly accessible or visible.

The inspection body shall demand a dry inspection on the first occasion. That dry inspection may be dispensed with if a classification certificate or a certificate from a recognised classification society to the effect that the construction meets its requirements can be produced or if a certificate is produced which shows that a competent authority has already carried out a dry inspection for other purposes.

Where there is a periodical inspection or an inspection, as provided for in Article 14 of this Directive, the inspection body may require an inspection out of the water.

The inspection body shall conduct trial runs during an initial inspection of motor vessels or convoys or where major changes are made to the propulsion or steering equipment.

The inspection body may require further operational tests and other supporting documents. That provision shall also apply during the building of the craft.

Particulars in and amendments to the Union inland navigation certificate. The owner of a craft, or his representative, shall bring to the notice of the competent authority any change in the name or ownership of a craft, any re-measurement, and any change in the registration or home port, and shall send the Union inland navigation certificate to that authority for amendment.

Any competent authority may add any information or change to the Union inland navigation certificate.

Where a competent authority adds any alteration or information to a Union inland navigation certificate, it shall inform the competent authority which issued the Union inland navigation certificate thereof.

Periodical inspection. Craft shall be subjected to a periodical inspection before expiry of their Union inland navigation certificate.

The competent authority shall again lay down the period of validity of the Union inland navigation certificate in accordance with the results of that inspection.

The period of validity shall be entered on the Union inland navigation certificate and be brought to the attention of the authority having issued that Union inland navigation certificate.

If, rather than have its period of validity extended, a Union inland navigation certificate is replaced by a new version, the earlier Union inland navigation certificate shall be returned to the competent authority which issued it.

Voluntary inspection. The owner of a craft, or his representative, may voluntarily request an inspection at any time. The owner of a craft, or his representative, shall bear all of the costs arising from the inspection of the craft and the issuance of the Union inland navigation certificate in accordance with a special set of charges drawn up by each of the Member States.

The competent authority may allow persons demonstrating a well-founded interest to be informed of the contents of a Union inland navigation certificate and may issue those persons with extracts or copies of the Union inland navigation certificates certified as true and designated as such.

Register of Union inland navigation certificates. Competent authorities shall keep the original, or a copy of all the Union inland navigation certificates they have issued, and shall enter on these any information and alterations, together with any Union inland navigation certificate cancellations and replacements.

They shall update the register mentioned in Article 17 of this Directive accordingly. In order to perform administrative measures for maintaining safety and ease of navigation and for implementation of Articles 2.

Unique European vessel identification number. Unless the craft possesses an ENI at the time of issue of the Union inland navigation certificate, it shall be assigned to that craft by the competent authority of the Member State in which the craft has been registered or has its home port.

As far as craft from countries where an assignation of an ENI is not possible are concerned, the ENI to be entered on the Union inland navigation certificate shall be assigned by the competent authority issuing that Union inland navigation certificate.

The owner of a craft, or his representative, shall apply to the competent authority for assignment of the ENI.

The owner, or his representative, shall also be responsible for affixing to the craft the ENI which is entered in the Union inland navigation certificate.

Each Member State, or its competent authorities, shall notify the Commission and the other Member States or the other competent authorities:.

The competent authority grants authorisation to the applicant at the earliest three months after notifying the Commission provided that the latter does not raise objections;.

The relevant notice shall include the type-approval number assigned, as well as the type designation, the name of the manufacturer, the name of the holder of the type-approval and the date of the type-approval;.

Classification societies seeking recognition pursuant to Article 21 of this Directive shall meet all the following criteria:. The classification society shall have comprehensive rules and regulations for the design, construction and periodic inspection of inland waterway vessels, in particular for calculating stability in accordance with Part 9 of the Regulations annexed to the ADN as referred to in Annex II.

Those rules and regulations are to be published in, at least, Dutch, English, French or German, and shall be continuously updated and improved through research and development programmes.

The rules and regulations must not conflict with the provisions of Union law or with international agreements in force;.

The classification society shall not be dependent on a single commercial enterprise for its revenue;. They shall act on the responsibility of the classification society;.

It shall have inspectors in at least one Member State;. The quality system must be certified by an independent body of auditors recognised by the administration of the State in which the classification society has its headquarters or branch, as provided for in point 4 , and which, inter alia, ensures that:.

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Multilingual display. Article 2 Scope of application 1. This Directive applies to the following craft: a vessels having a length L of 20 metres or more; b vessels for which the product of length L , breadth B and draught T is a volume of cubic metres or more; c tugs and pushers intended for towing or pushing either craft referred to in points a and b or floating equipment, or intended for moving such craft or floating equipment alongside; d passenger vessels; e floating equipment.

Article 4 Classification of inland waterways 1. For the purposes of this Directive, the inland waterways of the Union shall be classified as follows: a Zones 1, 2, 3 and 4: i Zones 1 and 2: the waterways listed in Chapter 1 of Annex I; ii Zone 3: the waterways listed in Chapter 2 of Annex I; iii Zone 4: all other inland waterways which can be navigated under national law by craft falling within the scope of this Directive.

Article 6 Union inland navigation certificates 1. Article 8 Supplementary Union inland navigation certificates 1.

Article 9 Provisional Union inland navigation certificates 1. The provisional Union inland navigation certificate shall include the conditions considered necessary by the competent authority and shall be valid: a in the cases referred to in points a , d , e and f of paragraph 1, for a single specific trip to be made within a suitable period, which shall not exceed one month; b in the cases referred to in points b and c of paragraph 1, for an appropriate duration; c in the cases referred to in point g of paragraph 1, for six months; the provisional Union inland navigation certificate may be extended for six months at a time until the respective implementing act has been adopted.

Article 10 Validity of Union inland navigation certificates 1. The period of validity of Union inland navigation certificates issued to newly built craft shall be determined by the competent authority and shall not exceed: a five years in the case of passenger and high-speed vessels; b 10 years in the case of all other craft.

Article 11 Exceptional extension of validity of Union inland navigation certificates The validity of a Union inland navigation certificate may be exceptionally extended without a technical inspection for not more than six months in accordance with Annexes II and V, by the competent authority which issued or renewed it.

Article 12 Renewal of Union inland navigation certificates 1. Article 13 Replacement of Union inland navigation certificates Each Member State shall lay down the conditions under which a valid Union inland navigation certificate which has been lost or damaged may be replaced.

Article 14 Major alterations or major repairs of craft In the event of major alterations or major repairs which affect the craft's compliance with the technical requirements referred to in Annexes II and V concerning its structural soundness, navigation, manoeuvrability or special features, that craft shall undergo, prior to any further voyage, the technical inspection provided for in Article 6.

Article 15 Refusal to issue or renew, and withdrawal of, Union inland navigation certificates 1. Article 16 Recognition of navigation certificates of craft from third countries Pending the entry into force of agreements on the mutual recognition of navigation certificates between the Union and third countries, the competent authorities of a Member State may recognise the navigation certificates of craft from third countries for navigation within the territory of that Member State.

Article 17 Registers of certificates Member States shall ensure that their competent authorities keep a register of all certificates they have issued or renewed pursuant to Articles 6, 8, 9 and Article 19 European Hull Data Base 1.

Member States shall ensure that, for each craft, the competent authorities enter, without delay, in the EHDB: a the data identifying and describing the craft in accordance with this Directive; b the data relating to the certificates issued, renewed, replaced and withdrawn, as well as the competent authority which issued the certificate, in accordance with this Directive; c a digital copy of all certificates issued by competent authorities in accordance with this Directive; d the data on any rejected or pending applications for certificates in accordance with this Directive; and e any changes to the data referred to in points a to d.

The Commission is empowered to adopt delegated acts in accordance with Article 32 further specifying: a the data to be entered in the database by Member States; b the types of access permitted, taking into account the categories of the recipients of data and the purposes for which such data are processed referred to in paragraph 3 of this Article; c the instructions regarding the use and operation of the database, in particular with respect to data security measures, encoding and processing of data and interconnection of the database with the registers referred to in Article Article 20 Carrying out of technical inspections 1.

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The delegation of power shall be tacitly extended for periods of an identical duration, unless the European Parliament or the Council opposes such extension not later than three months before the end of each period.

The delegation of power referred to in Articles 4, 19 and 31 may be revoked at any time by the European Parliament or by the Council.

A decision to revoke shall put an end to the delegation of the power specified in that decision. It shall take effect the day following the publication of the decision in the Official Journal of the European Union or at a later date specified therein.

It shall not affect the validity of any delegated acts already in force. Before adopting a delegated act, the Commission shall consult experts designated by each Member State in accordance with principles laid down in the Interinstitutional Agreement of 13 April on Better Law-Making.

As soon as it adopts a delegated act, the Commission shall notify it simultaneously to the European Parliament and to the Council.

A delegated act adopted pursuant to Articles 4, 19 and 31 shall enter into force only if no objection has been expressed either by the European Parliament or by the Council within a period of two months of notification of that act to the European Parliament and the Council or if, before the expiry of that period, the European Parliament and the Council have both informed the Commission that they will not object.

Where the opinion of the committee is to be obtained by written procedure, that procedure shall be terminated without result when, within the time limit for delivery of the opinion, the chair of the committee so decides.

The Commission shall submit, before 7 October , a report to the European Parliament and to the Council reviewing the effectiveness of the measures introduced by this Directive, particularly as regards the harmonisation of technical requirements and the development of technical standards for inland navigation.

The report shall also review the mechanisms for cooperation with international organisations competent for inland navigation.

The report shall, if appropriate, be accompanied by a legislative proposal to further streamline cooperation and coordination in establishing standards to which reference can be made in legal acts of the Union.

The Commission shall submit a similar report following any major developments in inland waterway transport.

Member States shall lay down the rules on penalties applicable to infringements of the national provisions adopted pursuant to this Directive and shall take the measures necessary to ensure that they are implemented.

The penalties provided for shall be effective, proportionate and dissuasive. Member States may require vessels carrying dangerous goods as defined in the ADN to comply with the requirements laid down in that Agreement.

As evidence of this, they may require that the authorisation provided for in that Agreement be produced. Evidence of compliance with those requirements may be provided by the authorisation referred to in paragraph 4.

They shall immediately inform the Commission thereof. When Member States adopt such measures, they shall contain a reference to this Directive or be accompanied by such a reference on the occasion of their official publication.

The methods of making such reference shall be laid down by Member States. Member States shall communicate to the Commission the text of the measures of national law which they adopt in the field covered by this Directive.

References to the repealed Directive shall be construed as references to this Directive and shall be read in accordance with the correlation table set out in Annex VII.

This Directive shall enter into force on the twentieth day following that of its publication in the Official Journal of the European Union.

Subjects for possible additional technical requirements applicable to craft on inland waterways of Zones 1, 2 and non-linked 3. Subjects for possible reductions of the technical requirements applicable to craft on inland waterways of Zones 3 and 4.

Lake Vänern, bounded in the south by the parallel of latitude through Bastugrunds beacon. Within a line from the north-east point of Gluss Island to the northern point of Calback Ness.

Within an area bounded by lines drawn from Point of Cletts on the island of Hoy to Thomson's Hill triangulation point on the island of Fara and thence to Gibraltar Pier on the island of Flotta; from St Vincent Pier on the island of Flotta to the westernmost point of Calf of Flotta; from the easternmost point of the Calf of Flotta to Needle Point on the island of South Ronaldsay and from the Ness on Mainland to Point of Oxan lighthouse on the island of Graemsay and thence to Bu Point on the island of Hoy; and seaward of Zone 2 waters.

Inside the Isle of Wight within an area bounded by lines drawn between the church spire, West Wittering, to Trinity Church, Bembridge, to the eastward, and the Needles and Hurst Point to the westward.

From a line across the Ems near the entrance to the port of Papenburg between the former Diemen pumping station and the opening of the dyke at Halte as far as a line linking the former Greetsiel lighthouse and the western pier of the port entrance at Eemshaven.

Inside a line linking the former Schillig cross light and Langwarden church tower. From the north-western edge of the railway bridge in Bremen as far as a line linking Langwarden and Cappel church towers, including the Westergate, Rekumer Loch, Rechter Nebenarm and Schweiburg side branches.

Süderelbe from km 0,69 till the mouth in the Elbe , Ruthenstrom from km 3,75 till the mouth in the Elbe ,. From the lower limit of the port of Hamburg as far as a line linking the Döse beacon and the western edge of the Friedrichskoog dyke Dieksand , including the Nebenelbe and the Este, Lühe, Schwinge, Oste, Pinnau, Krückau and Stör tributaries in each case from the mouth to the barrage.

Inside a line linking the western edge of the Friedrichskoog dyke Dieksand and the western pier head at Büsum.

From the mouth of the Gieselau Canal km 22,64 to the line between the middle of the fortress Tränke and the churchtower of Vollerwiek. Inside a line linking Boknis-Eck and the north-eastern point of the mainland near Dänisch Nienhof.

From the north-western edge of the railway lift bridge in Lübeck with the Pötenitzer Wiek, and the Dassower See as far as a line linking the southern inner and northern outer pier heads at Travemünde.

From the port of Oldenburg and from m downstream of the Amalienbrücke in Oldenburg to the mouth in the Weser.

From the tail water of the Au-Mühle in Horneburg km 0,00 to the mouth in the Elbe. From m above the middle line of the traffic bridge over the Oste barrage km 69, to the mouth in the Elbe.

From the south-western edge of the railway bridge in Pinneberg to the mouth in the Elbe. From the eastern edge of the sluice in Freiburg an der Elbe as far as the mouth in the Elbe.

Seawards as far as a line between Hoher Wieschendorf Huk and Timmendorf light and a line linking Gollwitz light on the island of Poel and the southern point of the Wustrow peninsula.

Downstream of the Mühlendamm from the northern edge of the Geinitzbrücke in Rostock towards the sea as far as a line linking the northern points of the western and eastern piers in Warnemünde.

East from the Steinbecker bridge in Greifswald to the linking line over the heads of the jetties.

Waters enclosed by the mainland and the island of Usedom the Peenestrom, including Wolgast port area and Achterwasser, and the Oder Haff. From the south-west edge of the traffic bridge in the Uekermünde to the linking line over the heads of the jetties.

The Gironde from kilometre point KP 48,50 to the downstream part of the point of the Ile de Patiras, to the transversal limit of the sea defined by the line joining the Pointe de Grave to the Pointe de Suzac;.

Grevelingenmeer and Brouwerschavensche Gat: including all the waterways between Schouwen-Duiveland and Goeree-Overflakkee.

Scheldt and Western Scheldt and its mouth on the sea: including the waterways between Zeeland Flanders, on the one hand, and Walcheren and Zuid-Beveland, on the other, excluding the Scheldt-Rhine Canal.

Göta älv, bounded in the east by the Göta älv bridge and in the west by the Älvsborg bridge. Within an area bounded by lines drawn from Wharth on the island of Flotta to the Martello Tower on South Walls, and from Point Cletts on the island of Hoy to Thomson's Hill triangulation point on the island of Fara and thence to Gibraltar Pier on the island of Flotta.

To the west of a line running north-south across the harbour entrance at Scurdie Ness Lighthouse. Across Loch Cairnbawn in the area between the easternmost point of Garbh Eilean and the westernmost point of Eilean na Rainich.

Within a line joining the seaward ends of the breakwaters on the River Afran outside enclosed docks. Within an area bounded by the main breakwater and a line drawn from the head of the breakwater to Brynglas Point, Towyn Bay.

To the east of a line running south from Blakeney Point to the entrance of the Stiffkey River. River Orwell within a line from Blackmanshead breakwater to Landguard Point and seaward of Zone 3 waters.

All waterways within a line from the south-western extremity of Mersea Island to Sales Point. Brighton Marina outer harbour within a line from the southern end of West Quay to the north end of South Quay.

Within a line drawn between Eastoke point and the church spire, West Wittering and seaward of Zone 3 waters. Within a line drawn across the harbour entrance from Port Blockhouse to the Round Tower.

From the mouth of the Elbe-Seiten canal to the lower limit of the port of Hamburg. River Bug from the estuary of the river Muchawiec to the estuary of the river Narwia.

The Augustowski Channel from the link with the river Biebrza to the State border, together with the lakes located along the route of this Channel.

Trollhätte canal and Göta älv, from the parallel of latitude through Bastugrunds beacon to the Göta älv bridge. The ports of Stockholm, bounded in the north-west by the Lidingö bridge, in the north-east by a line through the Elfviksgrund lighthouse in bearing degrees, and in the south by the Skuru bridge.

River Yare Estuary from a line drawn across the ends of the north and south entrance piers, including Breydon Water. Lowestoft Harbour below Mutford Lock to a line drawn across the outer harbour entrance piers.

Any additional technical requirements adopted by a Member State under Article 23 1 and 2 of this Directive for craft operating on that Member State's territory are limited to the following subjects:.

Any reduced technical requirements allowed by a Member State under Article 23 4 of this Directive for vessels operating exclusively on Zone 3 or Zone 4 waterways on the territory of that Member State are restricted to the following subjects:.

Inspection bodies. The Chairman and the experts within each body shall be designated by the authorities in the Member State in which the body is set up.

On taking up their duties, the Chairman and the experts shall submit a written declaration that they will perform them completely independently.

No declaration shall be required from officials. Inspection bodies may be assisted by specialist experts in accordance with the national provisions applying.

Presentation of the craft for inspection. The owner, or his representative, shall present the craft in an unladen, cleaned and equipped state.

He shall provide any assistance needed for the inspection, such as providing an appropriate dinghy and staff, and uncovering any parts of the hull or fittings that are not directly accessible or visible.

The inspection body shall demand a dry inspection on the first occasion. That dry inspection may be dispensed with if a classification certificate or a certificate from a recognised classification society to the effect that the construction meets its requirements can be produced or if a certificate is produced which shows that a competent authority has already carried out a dry inspection for other purposes.

Where there is a periodical inspection or an inspection, as provided for in Article 14 of this Directive, the inspection body may require an inspection out of the water.

The inspection body shall conduct trial runs during an initial inspection of motor vessels or convoys or where major changes are made to the propulsion or steering equipment.

The inspection body may require further operational tests and other supporting documents. That provision shall also apply during the building of the craft.

Particulars in and amendments to the Union inland navigation certificate. The owner of a craft, or his representative, shall bring to the notice of the competent authority any change in the name or ownership of a craft, any re-measurement, and any change in the registration or home port, and shall send the Union inland navigation certificate to that authority for amendment.

Any competent authority may add any information or change to the Union inland navigation certificate. Where a competent authority adds any alteration or information to a Union inland navigation certificate, it shall inform the competent authority which issued the Union inland navigation certificate thereof.

Periodical inspection. Craft shall be subjected to a periodical inspection before expiry of their Union inland navigation certificate.

The competent authority shall again lay down the period of validity of the Union inland navigation certificate in accordance with the results of that inspection.

The period of validity shall be entered on the Union inland navigation certificate and be brought to the attention of the authority having issued that Union inland navigation certificate.

If, rather than have its period of validity extended, a Union inland navigation certificate is replaced by a new version, the earlier Union inland navigation certificate shall be returned to the competent authority which issued it.

Voluntary inspection. The owner of a craft, or his representative, may voluntarily request an inspection at any time. The owner of a craft, or his representative, shall bear all of the costs arising from the inspection of the craft and the issuance of the Union inland navigation certificate in accordance with a special set of charges drawn up by each of the Member States.

The competent authority may allow persons demonstrating a well-founded interest to be informed of the contents of a Union inland navigation certificate and may issue those persons with extracts or copies of the Union inland navigation certificates certified as true and designated as such.

Register of Union inland navigation certificates. Competent authorities shall keep the original, or a copy of all the Union inland navigation certificates they have issued, and shall enter on these any information and alterations, together with any Union inland navigation certificate cancellations and replacements.

They shall update the register mentioned in Article 17 of this Directive accordingly. In order to perform administrative measures for maintaining safety and ease of navigation and for implementation of Articles 2.

Unique European vessel identification number. Unless the craft possesses an ENI at the time of issue of the Union inland navigation certificate, it shall be assigned to that craft by the competent authority of the Member State in which the craft has been registered or has its home port.

As far as craft from countries where an assignation of an ENI is not possible are concerned, the ENI to be entered on the Union inland navigation certificate shall be assigned by the competent authority issuing that Union inland navigation certificate.

The owner of a craft, or his representative, shall apply to the competent authority for assignment of the ENI.

The owner, or his representative, shall also be responsible for affixing to the craft the ENI which is entered in the Union inland navigation certificate.

Each Member State, or its competent authorities, shall notify the Commission and the other Member States or the other competent authorities:.

The competent authority grants authorisation to the applicant at the earliest three months after notifying the Commission provided that the latter does not raise objections;.

The relevant notice shall include the type-approval number assigned, as well as the type designation, the name of the manufacturer, the name of the holder of the type-approval and the date of the type-approval;.

Classification societies seeking recognition pursuant to Article 21 of this Directive shall meet all the following criteria:.

The classification society shall have comprehensive rules and regulations for the design, construction and periodic inspection of inland waterway vessels, in particular for calculating stability in accordance with Part 9 of the Regulations annexed to the ADN as referred to in Annex II.

Those rules and regulations are to be published in, at least, Dutch, English, French or German, and shall be continuously updated and improved through research and development programmes.

The rules and regulations must not conflict with the provisions of Union law or with international agreements in force;.

The classification society shall not be dependent on a single commercial enterprise for its revenue;.

They shall act on the responsibility of the classification society;. It shall have inspectors in at least one Member State;.

The quality system must be certified by an independent body of auditors recognised by the administration of the State in which the classification society has its headquarters or branch, as provided for in point 4 , and which, inter alia, ensures that:.

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Multilingual display. Article 2 Scope of application 1. This Directive applies to the following craft: a vessels having a length L of 20 metres or more; b vessels for which the product of length L , breadth B and draught T is a volume of cubic metres or more; c tugs and pushers intended for towing or pushing either craft referred to in points a and b or floating equipment, or intended for moving such craft or floating equipment alongside; d passenger vessels; e floating equipment.

Article 4 Classification of inland waterways 1. For the purposes of this Directive, the inland waterways of the Union shall be classified as follows: a Zones 1, 2, 3 and 4: i Zones 1 and 2: the waterways listed in Chapter 1 of Annex I; ii Zone 3: the waterways listed in Chapter 2 of Annex I; iii Zone 4: all other inland waterways which can be navigated under national law by craft falling within the scope of this Directive.

Article 6 Union inland navigation certificates 1. Article 8 Supplementary Union inland navigation certificates 1.

Article 9 Provisional Union inland navigation certificates 1. The provisional Union inland navigation certificate shall include the conditions considered necessary by the competent authority and shall be valid: a in the cases referred to in points a , d , e and f of paragraph 1, for a single specific trip to be made within a suitable period, which shall not exceed one month; b in the cases referred to in points b and c of paragraph 1, for an appropriate duration; c in the cases referred to in point g of paragraph 1, for six months; the provisional Union inland navigation certificate may be extended for six months at a time until the respective implementing act has been adopted.

Article 10 Validity of Union inland navigation certificates 1. The period of validity of Union inland navigation certificates issued to newly built craft shall be determined by the competent authority and shall not exceed: a five years in the case of passenger and high-speed vessels; b 10 years in the case of all other craft.

Article 11 Exceptional extension of validity of Union inland navigation certificates The validity of a Union inland navigation certificate may be exceptionally extended without a technical inspection for not more than six months in accordance with Annexes II and V, by the competent authority which issued or renewed it.

Article 12 Renewal of Union inland navigation certificates 1. Article 13 Replacement of Union inland navigation certificates Each Member State shall lay down the conditions under which a valid Union inland navigation certificate which has been lost or damaged may be replaced.

Article 14 Major alterations or major repairs of craft In the event of major alterations or major repairs which affect the craft's compliance with the technical requirements referred to in Annexes II and V concerning its structural soundness, navigation, manoeuvrability or special features, that craft shall undergo, prior to any further voyage, the technical inspection provided for in Article 6.

Article 15 Refusal to issue or renew, and withdrawal of, Union inland navigation certificates 1. Article 16 Recognition of navigation certificates of craft from third countries Pending the entry into force of agreements on the mutual recognition of navigation certificates between the Union and third countries, the competent authorities of a Member State may recognise the navigation certificates of craft from third countries for navigation within the territory of that Member State.

Article 17 Registers of certificates Member States shall ensure that their competent authorities keep a register of all certificates they have issued or renewed pursuant to Articles 6, 8, 9 and Article 19 European Hull Data Base 1.

Member States shall ensure that, for each craft, the competent authorities enter, without delay, in the EHDB: a the data identifying and describing the craft in accordance with this Directive; b the data relating to the certificates issued, renewed, replaced and withdrawn, as well as the competent authority which issued the certificate, in accordance with this Directive; c a digital copy of all certificates issued by competent authorities in accordance with this Directive; d the data on any rejected or pending applications for certificates in accordance with this Directive; and e any changes to the data referred to in points a to d.

The Commission is empowered to adopt delegated acts in accordance with Article 32 further specifying: a the data to be entered in the database by Member States; b the types of access permitted, taking into account the categories of the recipients of data and the purposes for which such data are processed referred to in paragraph 3 of this Article; c the instructions regarding the use and operation of the database, in particular with respect to data security measures, encoding and processing of data and interconnection of the database with the registers referred to in Article Article 20 Carrying out of technical inspections 1.

Article 21 Recognition of classification societies 1. Article 22 Control of compliance 1. Article 23 Altered technical requirements for certain zones 1.

Article 24 Derogations for certain categories of craft 1. While maintaining an adequate level of safety, Member States may authorise derogations from all or part of this Directive for: a craft operating on non-linked inland waterways; b craft having a dead weight not exceeding tonnes or craft not intended for the carriage of goods and having a water displacement of less than cubic metres, which were laid down before 1 January and which operate exclusively within their territory.

Article 25 Use of new technologies and derogations for specific craft 1. In order to encourage innovation and the use of new technologies in inland navigation, the Commission shall be empowered to adopt implementing acts allowing derogations or recognising the equivalence of technical specifications for a specific craft regarding: a the issuance of a Union inland navigation certificate recognising the use, or presence, on board a craft of other materials, installations or items of equipment, or the adoption of arrangements or design aspects other than those included in Annexes II and V, provided that an equivalent level of safety is ensured; b the issuance of a Union inland navigation certificate for trial purposes for a limited period incorporating new technical specifications that derogate from the requirements of Annexes II and V, provided that an adequate level of safety is ensured.

Article 26 Hardship 1. Article 27 Register of type-approved equipment The Commission shall publish on an appropriate website a register of equipment which has been type-approved in accordance with Annexes II and V.

Article 31 Adaptation of the Annexes 1. Article 32 Exercise of the delegation 1. Article 33 Committee procedure 1.

Article 34 Review The Commission shall submit, before 7 October , a report to the European Parliament and to the Council reviewing the effectiveness of the measures introduced by this Directive, particularly as regards the harmonisation of technical requirements and the development of technical standards for inland navigation.

Article 35 Penalties Member States shall lay down the rules on penalties applicable to infringements of the national provisions adopted pursuant to this Directive and shall take the measures necessary to ensure that they are implemented.

Article 37 Transposition 1. Article 39 Entry into force This Directive shall enter into force on the twentieth day following that of its publication in the Official Journal of the European Union.

Done at Strasbourg, 14 September For the Council The President I. Definitions — Necessary for understanding the additional requirements 2.

Safety clearance and freeboard — Freeboard — Safety clearance 4. Watertightness of hull openings and superstructures — Superstructures — Doors — Windows and skylights — Hold hatches — Other openings ventilation pipes, exhaust pipes, etc.

Equipment — Anchors and anchor chains — Navigation lights — Sound signals — Compass — Radar — Transmitting and receiving installations — Life-saving equipment — Availability of nautical charts 6.

Additional provisions for passenger vessels — Stability wind strength, criteria — Life-saving equipment — Freeboard — Safety clearance — Wheelhouse visibility 7.

Convoys and container transport — Pusher connection craft-lighter — Stability of craft or lighters carrying containers.

Inspection bodies shall be set up by the Member States. Inspection bodies shall consist of a chairman and experts.

At least the following shall form part of each body as experts: a an official from the administration that is responsible for inland navigation; b an expert on the design of inland waterway vessels and their engines; c a nautical expert in possession of an inland waterways boatmaster's licence which authorises the holder to sail the vessel to be inspected.

Article 2. That request for an inspection shall be acted upon. The competent authority grants authorisation to the applicant at the earliest three months after notifying the Commission provided that the latter does not raise objections; f of the radar navigation equipment and of the rate-of-turn indicators for which they have issued type-approval.

The relevant notice shall include the type-approval number assigned, as well as the type designation, the name of the manufacturer, the name of the holder of the type-approval and the date of the type-approval; g of the competent authorities responsible for approval of specialised firms that can do the installation, replacement, repair or maintenance of radar navigation equipment and rate-of-turn indicators.

The rules and regulations must not conflict with the provisions of Union law or with international agreements in force; 2 the classification society shall publish its register of vessels annually; 3 the classification society shall not be controlled by shipowners or shipbuilders or by others engaged commercially in the design, manufacture, fitting-out, repair, operation or insurance of ships.

The classification society shall not be dependent on a single commercial enterprise for its revenue; 4 the headquarters of the classification society or a subsidiary authorised to give a ruling and to act in all areas incumbent on it under the regulations governing inland waterway transport, shall be located in one of the Member States; 5 the classification society and its experts shall have a good reputation in inland waterway transport; the experts shall be able to provide proof of their professional abilities.

They shall act on the responsibility of the classification society; 6 the classification society shall have a significant technical, managerial, support, inspection and research staff, in proportion to the tasks and the vessels classified and catering also for developing capability and updating the regulations.

Zones 1, 2, 3 and 4: i. Zones 1 and 2: the waterways listed in Chapter 1 of Annex I;. Zone 3: the waterways listed in Chapter 2 of Annex I;.

Article 3 is amended as follows: a. List of Union inland waterways divided geographically into Zones 1, 2, and 3.

Detailed procedural provisions. Between Gutcher and Belmont. Between Tofts Voe and Ulsta. In summer: as for Lerwick.

In summer: within the area bounded to the northward by a line from Brim Ness to the north-east corner of Inner Score and to the southward by a line from the south end of Ness of Sound to Kirkabisterness.

To Scapa but not outside Scapa Flow. Between Eilean Dubh and A'Chleit. Within a line from Broughty Castle to Tayport and seaward of Zone 2 waters.

Firth of Forth and River Forth. Within a line from Kirkcaldy to River Portobello and seaward of Zone 2 waters.

Within a line from Southerness Point to Silloth. Through Loch Alsh to the head of Loch Duich. In winter: none In summer: within a line from Carrickfergus to Bangor and seaward of Zone 2 waters.

At a greater distance than 2 miles from the shore. Within a line joining the seaward ends of the breakwaters.

Within a line from Southport to Blackpool inside the banks and seaward of Zone 2 waters. Within a line from Southerness Point to Silloth and seaward of Zone 2 waters.

River Crouch and River Roach. River Thames and its tributaries. Inside the Isle of Wight within an area bounded by lines drawn between the church spire, West Wittering, to Trinity Church, Bembridge, to the eastward, and the Needles and Hurst Point to the westward and seaward of Zone 2 waters.

Within a line from Cawsand to Breakwater to Staddon and seaward of Zone 2 waters. Within the bar and seaward of Zone 2 waters.

Elbe with Bütztflether Süderelbe from km 0,69 till the mouth in the Elbe , Ruthenstrom from km 3,75 till the mouth in the Elbe , Wischhafener Süderelbe from km 8,03 till the mouth in the Elbe.

From the mouth in the Eider till the the mouth in the Nord-Ostsee Canal. Inside a line between the Schleimünde pier heads. Inside a line linking the Bülk lighthouse and the Laboe naval memorial.

From the entrance of the outer harbour of Leer sea lock to the mouth in the Eems. From the confluence of the Hamme and Wümme km 0,00 to the mouth in the Weser.

From the tail water of Buxtehude lock km 0,25 to the mouth in the Elbe. From the north edge of the Salztor lock in Stade to the mouth in the Elbe.

From Rensing tide gauge to the mouth in the Elbe. Wismarbucht, Kirchsee, Breitling, Salzhaff and Wismar port area. Warnow, including the Breitling and side branches.

Eastwards as far as the border with the Republic of Poland in the Stettiner Haff. Within a line between North Sutor and South Sutor. Within a line from Fort George to Chanonry Point.

Within a line from South Jetty to Abercromby Jetty. Within the Firth of Forth but not east of the Forth railway bridge. Within a line from Airds Point to Scar Point.

Within a line from Cairn Point to Kircolm Point. Between Colintraive and Rhubodach. Within a line from Macringan's Point to Ottercharach Point.

Eltern vertreten ihr Kind grundsätzlich gemeinschaftlich (§ Abs. 1 Satz 2 BGB). Haben die Eltern die gemeinsame elterliche Sorge und leben sie getrennt​. Vertretung des Kindes. § hat 2 frühere Fassungen und wird in 9 Vorschriften zitiert. (1) 1Die elterliche Sorge umfasst die Vertretung. März (a. St.); hierzu Otto HEYNE, Der Kurfürstentag in Regensburg von , S. 20 und Theodor TUPETZ, Der Streit um die geistlichen Güter und das. BGB Vertretung des Kindes. (1) Die elterliche Sorge umfasst die Vertretung des Kindes. Die Eltern vertreten das Kind gemeinschaftlich; ist eine.