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EUROPEAN RECREATIONAL INL.NAV. NETWORK RES. NO. 52
E C E /T R A N S /S C .3 /1 6 4 /R ev .2 4 Annex I Specific recreational navigation classes Waterway type Waterway class Recreational craft – type of craft: general characteristics Pushed convoys – type of convoy; general characteristics Minimum height under bridges2 Symbol on maps Designation Max. length Max. beam Draught Tonnage Length Beam Draught Tonnage L (m) B (m) d (m)5 T (t) L (m) B (m) D (m)5 T (t) H (m) F o r re cr ea ti o n a l n a vi g a ti o n RA Open boat 1 5.50 2.00 0.50 2.00 RB Cabin cruiser2 9.50 3.00 1.00 3.25 RC Motor yacht 3 15.00 4.00 1.50 4.00 RD Sailing boat 4 15.00 4.50 2.10 30.00 1 Small craft, such as open boats, outboard motor boats, canoes, rowing boats, inflatables and dinghies. 2 Small and medium size cabin cruisers or cabin sailing boats with lowering masts. 3 Large motor yachts. 4 Sailing boats where the lowering of the mast is difficult or impossible. 5 The draught value for a particular inland waterway is to be designated according to the local conditions.
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Score: 1131425.6 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...CE/TRANS/SC.3/164/REV.2&Lang=E
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CASE LAW ON UNCITRAL TEXTS (CLOUT)
Case 830: CISG 2 The Netherlands: Court of Appeals of Arnhem No. 2000/605 12-09-2006 Dutch party v German party 1 and German party 2 Available in Dutch: LJN: AY9479 Abstract prepared by Jan Smits, National Correspondent, and Bas Megens The appellant and the two defendants entered into negotiations for the sale of a yacht co-owned by the defendants. Parties drew up a document arranging for the yacht to be sold to the appellant, which was signed by the appellant and both defendants. One day later the defendants sold the yacht to a third party for a higher price. The first defendant informed the appellant of the rescission of the contract stating it was not authorized by the second owner to sell the yacht for the price agreed. (...) In this regard, the Court of Appeals simply considered that the case concerned the sale of a yacht, or at least a preliminary agreement regarding the sale thereof, and that according to article 2 (d) CISG [it may be presumed the Court intended to refer to article 2 (e) CISG] for this reason alone the CISG could not be applicable.
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Seabourn Cruise Line 49. SeaDream Yacht Club 50. Shearings Holiday 51. Silversea Cruises 52.
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Score: 1116099.5 - https://www.un.org/esa/ffd/wp-...CRP2_AppendixA_AttachmentA.pdf
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APPLICATION OF THE UNITED NATIONS ECONOMIC COMMISSION FOR EUROPE RESOLUTIONS ON INLAND NAVIGATION
Before 1 January 2012, the approved bodies for issue of ICCs for coastal navigation (yachting) were the Austrian Motorboating Federation (Motorbootsport u. (...) The applicant for the national Certificate for Operator of Small Craft and ICC class I (inland waterways) shall demonstrate the knowledge of navigation rules, fundamentals of the vessels’ construction, theory of sailing yacht navigation, sailing technique and fundamentals of hygiene. (...) On the basis of Article 19(4) of the Law on Inland Waterways Code of the Republic of Lithuania and UNECE resolution No. 40, the approved body for issuing of ICCs is Lithuanian Yachting Union who: • approves the Rules for the certification of sailing yachts operators (last version came into force on 1 January 2018).
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OUTCOME OF THE FIRST AND SECOND MEETINGS OF THE INFORMAL WORKING GROUP ON RECREATIONAL NAVIGATION
The following organizations participated: Association of Small Craft and Boating Sport of Ukraine and PO "Waterway from the Varangians to the Greeks", European Boating Association (EBA), Finnish Transport Safety Agency (Trafi), International Sailing Schools Association (ISSA), Norwegian Maritime Authority, Russian Yachting Association, State Inspectorate for Small Craft of the Ministry of the Russian Federation for Civil Defence, Emergencies and Elimination of Consequences of Natural Disasters, and the UNECE secretariat. (...) The Group agreed to develop a questionnaire for collecting information about education and training of recreational boaters aimed at identifying common themes which could, in turn, identify best practice The first draft was prepared by the Russian Yachting Association for the second meeting, and the Group decided to modify it with due regard of the following: • The content of the training courses and the obligation for candidates to have a medical certificate; • The period of validity of certificates issued and conditions for its renewal; • Additional restrictions when issuing certificates; • Whether the ICC can be converted to national qualification; • The purpose of resolution No. 40 and prospects for its further development, including a possibility of an international convention; ECE/TRANS/SC.3/2018/12 4 • Evidence of competence required from boaters visiting another country and acceptability of ICC for this purpose.
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Score: 1103270.3 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...=ECE/TRANS/SC.3/2018/12&Lang=E
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CASE LAW ON UNCITRAL TEXTS (CLOUT)
CASES RELATING TO THE UNITED NATIONS SALES CONVENTION (CISG) Case 226: CISG [4(a)] Germany: Oberlandesgericht Koblenz; 5 U 534/91 16 January 1992 Original in German Published in German in [1992] Recht der internationalen Wirtschaft 1019; [1994] Praxis des internationalen Privat- und Verfahrensrechts 46; and Die deutsche Rechtsprechung auf dem Gebiete des internationalen Privatrechts im Jahre 1992 (No. 72) Abstract in Italian in [1994] Diritto del Commercio Internazionale (No. 34), 852 Commented on in German by Schurig in [1994] Praxis des internationalen Privat- und Verfahrensrechts 46 A Dutch seller, plaintiff, sold a yacht to a German company. Under the contract, the seller retained title to the yacht (“retention of title”). The yacht was subsequently transferred to the defendant, a silent partner of the German company.
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Score: 1100068.9 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...CN.9/SER.C/ABSTRACTS/20&Lang=E
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QUESTION OF ANTARCTICA : REPORT OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
The majority of tourist ships visiting the Antarctic are IAATO members (all but four in 1999/00 and all but two in 2000/01). Some yacht operators are joining IAATO. At its twelfth general meeting, held in June 2001, IAATO revised its membership to include seven categories.
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Billionaires are sailing their yachts in the same Mediterranean waters that migrants are drowning in –  UNAIDS chief  Children more vulnerable  While HIV testing and treatment have been scaled up massively over the past 20 years, service gaps remain much larger for children than for adults, according to the report.   (...) “Billionaires are sailing their yachts in the same Mediterranean waters that migrants are drowning in”, said the UNAIDS chief.
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Score: 1093964.1 - https://news.un.org/en/story/2021/07/1095842
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Bangladesh: a quiet volunteer helps refugee children shoot for the stars 10 Aug 2009 When children in the two refugee camps near here speak of their role models, Bollywood stars and Italian football players take a back seat to a tall, quiet and unassuming man they know as Pero. Yacht race veterans raise funds to help survivors of Gulf of Aden crossings 10 Aug 2009 Some of the world’s leading long-distance yacht sailors raised more than 2,000 euros at the weekend for the UN refugee agency’s operations to help survivors of the perilous Gulf of Aden crossing from the Horn of Africa to Yemen.
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Score: 1093964.1 - https://www.unhcr.org/hk/en/li...t/latest-en/stories-en/page/45
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RECREATIONAL NAVIGATION: IMPLEMENTATION OF RESOLUTION NO. 40
ECE/TRANS/SC.3/WP.3/2016/8 3 Country Competent authority for authorization of ICCs Approved bodies for issuing of ICCs Recognition of ICCs issued by other countries, additional notes Service on Mobility and Transport Bulgaria Bulgarian Maritime Administration (Изпълнителна агенция "Морска администрация" (ИАМА)) Bulgarian Maritime Administration Croatia Croatian Harbour Master’s Offices (Lučka Kapetanija Sisak, Lučka Kapetanija Slavonski Brod, Lučka Kapetanija Osijek and Lučka Kapetanija Vukovar) Croatian Harbour Master’s Offices (Sisak, Slavonski Brod, Osijek and Vukovar) Czech Republic State Navigation Administration (Štátni plavební správa) State Navigation Administration (Štátni plavební správa) See reference 21 to ECE/TRANS/SC.3/2015/14 Finland Finnish Transport Safety Agency (Liikenteen turvallisuusvirasto / Trafiksäkerhetsverket) Finnish Transport Safety Agency France See references 29 and 30 to ECE/TRANS/SC.3/2015/14 Germany The Federal Ministry of Transport and digital Infrastructure (Bundesministerium für Verkehr und digitale Infrastruktur)3 German Yachting Association (Deutscher Motoryachtverban d e.V.); German Sailing Association (Deutscher Segler-Verband e.V.) ICC on inland waterways is recognized for operating pleasure craft with a length of less than 15 m (reference 35 to ECE/TRANS/SC.3/2015/14) Hungary National Transport Authority (Nemzeti Közlekedési Hatóság) National Transport Authority Ireland Marine Survey Office of the Maritime Safety Directorate of the Department of Transport The Irish Sailing Association (ISA); International Yacht Training (formerly known as International 3 With due regard of Part II of the present document.
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Score: 1089711.7 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce.../TRANS/SC.3/WP.3/2016/8&Lang=E
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