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 Topic     Sea protest
    Title Author          Date & Time 
         Master G Khattar 12 Mar 2007 17:34
           Re: Master Captain A. GROUSSI 31 Oct 2007 17:56
         Senior Advisor, Seamanship International michael Lloyd 12 Jul 2007 03:12
           Re: Senior Advisor, Seamanship International Jorgen E. Agger 16 Dec 2007 09:21
           Re: Senior Advisor, Seamanship International Captain A. GROUSSI/M... 31 Oct 2007 18:02
                Re: Re: Senior Advisor, Seamanship International Capt Gajanan karanji... 10 Jan 2010 10:09



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Title:     Master
Author: G Khattar Posted on: 12 Mar 2007 17:34
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What is minimum wind force encountered to lodge a sea protest
 
 



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Title:     Re: Master
Author: Captain A. GROUSSI Posted on: 31 Oct 2007 17:56
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Dear Captain,
In my opinion, a protest letter do not depend of the wind force only but also to the sea swell when start to spray on the ship's deck and hatch covers.

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Title:     Senior Advisor, Seamanship International
Author: michael Lloyd Posted on: 12 Jul 2007 03:12
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There is no defined wind force. You can tender a protest regarding any weather. the question will be if it is accepted! You can have hardly any wind force and yet a heavy swell which can cause damage, under which circumstances you would tender a protest.
 
 



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Title:     Re: Senior Advisor, Seamanship International
Author: Jorgen E. Agger Posted on: 16 Dec 2007 09:21
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What is the purpose of a Sea Protest
Who decides if it is acceptede
 
 



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Title:     Re: Senior Advisor, Seamanship International
Author: Captain A. GROUSSI/Marine Surveyor Posted on: 31 Oct 2007 18:02
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Dear Sir,

Depending of the ship's type and the cargo on board, a protest letter is necessary when the wind force is up of 6 on the B.S. In facts, a general cargo vessel loading part of cargo on her deck is not similar to a bulk cargo vessel with her cargo stowed inside ship's holds and well protected.

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Title:     Re: Re: Senior Advisor, Seamanship International
Author: Capt Gajanan karanjikar Posted on: 10 Jan 2010 10:09
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Dear sir,

Indeed true. Logically Protest is against something which will affect a party lodging it interests in the business. Sea protests are normally for safeguarding owner's /chtrrs interests in delays in arrival due to rough sea conditions, cargo damage due to ingress of water, damage to vessel, environment and property etc etc. the cisrcumstances requiring protest lodging cud be different for different ships and situations. However the legal binding is yet to be proven in court of law. It serves as a information and protesting/vocalising events beyond Master's control which have cuased party to suffer. Moreover the implied conditions in protest are to be varified by a notary which is very imporatant otherwise it is considered null and void.
the judicious use of sea protest is important as well, as in many fradulent events the shelter of these notices have been used and has become obvious.
It is basicaaly a tool to safeguard protester direct or indirect interests.