are included. International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS), 1974; Adoption: 1 November 1974; Entry into force: 25 May 1980 ... Chapter V - Safety of navigation . Navsregs> SOLAS >SOLAS V If you are a bridge watchkeeper and have the time to read any one part of SOLAS, then this chapter should be it. REGULATION 22 - Navigation bridge visibility . Chapter I - General Provision : Includes the survey of the ships amd issuing of documents. SOLAS Chapter V Regulation 19/2.1.4 which concerned the carriage of charts now reads as follows: “All ships, irrespective of size, shall have nautical charts and nautical publications to plan and display the ship’s route for the intended voyage and to plot and monitor positions throughout the voyage. List of Amendments page 2/2 Adopted in Adopted by Entry into force 1995 MSC.46(65) 1997-01-01 1995 SOLAS/Conf.3 1997-07-01 1994 MSC.31(63), Annex 1 1996-01-01 Of these, chapter five (often called 'SOLAS V') is the only one that applies to all vessels on the sea, including private yachts and small craft on local trips as well as to commercial vessels on international passages. 1 Ships of not less than 45 m in length as defined in regulation III/3.12, constructed on or after 1 July 1998, shall meet the following requirements: Solas Chapter V - Annex 13 - Magnetic Compasses / IMO Resolution A.382 (X) 1.) MGN 610 (M+F) SOLAS chapter V: Guidance on the merchant shipping (safety of navigation) regulations 2020 PDF , 685KB , 45 pages This file may not be suitable for users of assistive technology. This chapter is further subdivided into 3 parts- Part A, Part B and Part C. SOLAS CHAPTER V. Regulation 19 Carriage requirements for shipborne navigational systems and equipment. SOLAS Chapter V states the requirements for the safety of navigation and the new Regulations include the latest international requirements, for example, electronic charts and the long-range identification and tracking of ships. The International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS), 1974 includes articale setting out general obligations, amendment procedure and so on, followed by annex divided in to 14 Chapters. Let’s take each Solas chapter in detail: SOLAS Chapter I In the SOLAS Chapter 1; General Provisions, Surveys and certification of all the safety items, structure, machinery etc. SOLAS Chapter V, regulation 22 - Navigation Bridge visibility . Within its many regulations are many directly relevant to the keeping of a safe navigational watch.