The nairobi international convention on the removal of wrecks 2007 was adopted by an international conference held in kenya in 2007 the convention will provide the legal basis for states to remove or have removed shipwrecks that may have the potential to affect adversely the safety of lives goods and property at sea as well as the marine environment. 3 the nairobi international convention on the removal of wrecks the states parties to the present convention conscious of the fact that wrecks if not removed may pose a hazard to. Proposed implementation of the nairobi wreck removal convention this consultation paper sets out the isle of man governments proposals to implement the international maritime organizations nairobi international convention on the removal of. A year and a half after the entry into force of the nairobi international convention on the removal of wrecks the ministry of transport has completed a consultation process on a proposal to ratify the convention and implement it into norwegian law. The nairobi international convention on the removal of wrecks 2007 will enter into force on the 14th april 2015 registered owners of ships above 300gt and over registered in a state party or leaving entering a port in the territory of a state party will need insurance cover arrangements which meet the requirements of the convention
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