Unseaworthiness

Unseaworthiness,

Unseaworthiness Definition:

  1. This concept is based on the general law of the sea, which ensures that the ship is fit for use at sea. Note that fitness coverage may extend beyond damaged equipment, for example. B. Lack of adequate life-saving equipment, inadequate sanitation, inadequate lighting, non-staff members, inadequate storage, unsafe boarding and unloading and unsafe or unsuitable means. Device If the warranty is violated and the ship is not found to be maneuverable, the owner or leaseholder will not be responsible for repairing the person's injury or death.