Ferry trials

Thompson, D.C.S.
October 1990
New Scientist;10/6/90, Vol. 128 Issue 1737, p66
Comments on the article focusing on the risks of ferry travel and the existing regulations and national requirements for complete abandonment of passenger ships including ferries within 30 minutes from the time the signal to abandon ship is given.


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