- "Provided that the aforesaid percentages may be reduced to35per centum and30per centum respectively for ships of under2000tons not being passenger ships and provided that if two or more spaces containing boilers or machinery are not entirely separate they shall for the purposes of this regulation be considered as forming one space."
- "Provided that in any ship other than a passenger ship the diameter of the fire main and of the water service pipes shall not be required to be greater than is necessary for the discharge of140cubic metres of water per hour."
- Provided that in any ship other than a passenger ship the diameter of the fire main and of the water service pipes shall be required to be sufficient only for the discharge of140cubic metres per hour.
- A borough of south-central england on an inlet of the english channel opposite the isle of wight.founded on the site of roman and saxon settlements it has long been a major port especially for passenger ships. Population 208800.
- "In the case of passenger ships which obtain a reduction of freeboard under the load line rules1932 the consequential alteration in the loadline marks is not to include the subdivision line which is to be maintained in its existing position unless an alteration has been approved by the principal surveyor of ships."
- The colossal passenger ship is about to set sail.
- This part applies to every passenger ship to which these regulations apply.
- This part applies to every new passenger ship to which these regulations apply.
- Article55a passenger ship certificate shall be effective for a period as granted by the shipping administration authority depending on her seaworthiness; however it shall not exceed one year.
- Article59the provisional passenger ship certificate shall be effective for a period not exceeding two months; which shall be determined by the shipping administration authority or the roc embassy or consulate depending on the seaworthiness and the need of the ship.
- Protocol on space requirements for special trade passenger ships;
- The cheapest accommodations on a passenger ship.
- Any passenger ship other than that mentioned in the previous paragraph shall be inspected randomly without charges by the shipping administration authority at least three times a year depending on the seaworthiness of the ship.
- The titanic was a passenger ship which sank in1912.
- A passenger ship used for pleasure cruises.