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Kroatische Schiffe sind ein totaler Schrott!

Erstellt von lupo-de-mare, 11.09.2004, 12:59 Uhr · 18 Antworten · 1.711 Aufrufe

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    Avatar von lupo-de-mare

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    Kroatische Schiffe sind ein totaler Schrott!

    Kroatische Schiffe stehen wegen enormer Technischer Mängel, auf einer Schwarzen Liste! Viele Schiffe haben bereits Einlauf Verbote in Europa!

    Es sind Seelen Verkäufer.

    Croatian Ships Placed on Grey List
    09/09/2004

    Croatian shipping,which spent five years on an international black list, is again facing trouble because of poor technical conditions and failure to meet standards.
    By Miranda Novak for Southeast European Times in Zagreb - 09/09/04


    As a Paris MOU signatory, Croatia has made a commitment to improving maritime safety and preventing substandard ships from operating. [File]

    Croatian media recently reported that the country has been placed on a "grey list" by the Paris Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) on Port State Control, together with 23 other countries, including Tunisia, Brazil, Kuwait, Austria, Spain and Poland. The Paris MOU, established in 1982, and joined by Croatia in 1997, sets the standards for inspection checks conducted at ports along the European coastline and the North Atlantic basin from North America to Europe.

    For five years, ending in 2001, Croatia was on the organisation's black list, due to the growing number of Croatian ship owners who ran old and poorly kept ships under the home flag. One ship, for example, was detained at a Spanish port because its owners had failed to make necessary repairs and owed several months' worth of harbor fees. In some cases, ships were banned from leaving port, then put on public auction with their crews remaining unpaid. At worst, seafarers died when malfunctions resulted in explosions or other catastrophes.

    Many of the ship owners involved in such incidents have gone out of business. But the average age of the Croatian fleet remains high, and problems continue to surface during inspections. In 2003, six detainments were recorded during 66 inspection checks. In the first quarter of this year alone, four ships were detained. As a result, Croatia is at risk of again being placed on the black list.

    In August, a roundtable organised by the Seafarer’s Union of Croatia was held in Rijeka. One of the speakers was Tatjana Krilic, the principal inspector for maritime safety at the Croatian Ministry of Sea, Tourism, Transport and Development. Noting that ship owners are required to maintain equipment in good working condition, she called for co-operation with inspectors and urged that special attention be paid to ship elements that have failed inspections and led to detentions. Of all failures discovered on ships under the Croatian flag, the most common are malfunctions with ventilation devices, airtight doors, and a variety of problems on salvage ships.

    Each year, at least one three-month inspection action is conducted under the auspices of the Paris MOU, focusing on a particular area of concern. This year, for example, inspectors are checking living and working conditions. Depending on the results, ships and flag states are put on the white, grey or black list. As a Paris MOU signatory, Croatia has made a commitment to improving maritime safety and preventing the operation of substandard ships. Authorities have pledged that new technical standards will be in place soon, and that Croatia -- which boasts some of the world's most beautiful seas -- will become known for better-quality ships.

    http://www.setimes.com/cocoon/setime...ture-02&rate=3

  2. #2
    FtheB
    Kroatische Schiffe sind genauso beschissen wie die kroatische Küste! 8)

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    komisch, dass diese "beschissene" kroatische küste jedes jahr von millionen deutschen aufgesucht wird, um dort ihre ferien zu verbringen.

  4. #4
    Mare-Car
    Wenn die Deutschne zum Gleichen Preis und in der gleichen ReiseZeit nach Spanien könnten, oder nach Italien, würden sie es tun.

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    @fthb hablacina
    ich finde dich beschissen wenn es dir nicht gefällt geh nicht hin du arsch

  6. #6
    FtheB
    ich finde dich beschissen wenn es dir nicht gefällt geh nicht hin du arsch
    He, Du Muselspinner, was führst Du Dich hier als der Robin Hood Kroatiens auf? Immerhin haben die Kroaten das Mittelalter schon überstanden, während Ihr noch mittendrin steckt.

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    ich präsentiere euch die lieblings beschäftigung von fthb hablacina

    http://www.crushkill.com/archives/idiot.jpg

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    Joj dobar si!

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    prc milojka

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