Sailing Plan

Sailing Plan 1 (SP1) Report;

All vessels which will pass through the Turkish Straits should advise their arrival details (SP1 report) at least 24 hours before to arrival to the first Turkish Strait at each way.

Very Important: All reports should be sent to agents

According to Turkish Straits Reporting System (TUBRAP), arrival details should be reported in below format:

A - VESSEL'S NAME / FLAG / CALL SIGN / IMO NO / MMSI NO

B - DATE/TIME (UTC) (REPORTING DATE/TIME)

C - REPORTING POSITION

F - CONTINIOUS MANOUVERING AND SEA SPEED

G - PORT OF DEPARTURE

H - DATE/TIME AND POINT OF ENTRY INTO TRAFFIC SEPERATION SCHEME

I - PORT OF DESTINATION

J - PILOT REQUIREMENTS FOR DARDANELLES/BOSPHORUS PASSAGES

O - FWD / AFT DRAFTS AND AIR DRAFT

P - CARGO (TYPE AND QUANTITY OF CARGO)

Q - DEFECT/DAMAGE/DEFICIENCIES/OTHER LIMITATIONS

R - DESCRIPTION OF DANGEROUS, NUCLEER AND POLLUTANT GOODS

(UN NO / NAME / CLASS / QUANTITY)

T - SHIP'S AGENT : MASTERSHIP ISTANBUL

U - SHIP'S TYPE/LOA/BEAM/GT/NT/DWT

DATE OF BUILDING / DOUBLE OR SINGLE

W - ...CREW ON BOARD / CAPTAIN'S NAME

X - P AND I INFORMATION (P&I CLUB NAME / POLICY NUMBER / VALIDITY)

APPROXIMATE ARRIVAL QUANTITIES OF: FO / DO / LO

LAST PSC REPORT DATE AND THE PORT NAME

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