(2) The dining areas on every ship shall be furnished with a sufficient number of tables and seats to accommodate at any one time
(3) A dining area and a galley may be combined in one room where necessary by reason of the size of the ship.
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Furniture and Fittings in Dining Areas
(a) be at least
(b) have a distance of 685 mm along the edge of the table for each person the table is designed to accommodate;
(c) be fitted with securing devices for attachment to the deck; and
(d) be fitted with fiddles.
(2) Every table in a dining area on an existing ship shall be fitted in accordance with paragraphs (1)(c) and (d).
(3) Every chair in a dining area shall
(4) Benches or settees, complying with the requirements of subsection (3), may be substituted for chairs.
(5) Subject to subsection (6), every dining area shall be fitted with
(6) The lockers or racks required by subsection (5) may be fitted in a readily accessible space outside the dining area if space in the dining area is not available for that purpose.
(7) Storage lockers required by subsection (5) shall
(8) Every table, locker, dresser and the unupholstered parts of every chair, bench and settee in a dining area shall be made of wood, rustproofed metal or other smooth and impervious material that is not likely to crack, warp or become corroded.
(9) All furniture provided in a dining area shall be so constructed as to avoid infestation by vermin.
(10) Facilities, adequate in size for the number of persons likely to use the area at any one time, shall be provided in the dining area so that hot beverages can be prepared at any time, unless the ship is fitted with such facilities, accessible at any time, in a galley.
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(2) A recreation space and a dining area may be combined in one room, in which case the seating in the recreation space shall be in addition to that required by subsection 19(2).
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(2) In the case of a day ship, where the provision of a toilet space is impracticable, there shall be provided a wash-basin or sink that is conveniently located for the use of the crew.
(3) Every toilet space shall be completely enclosed by bulkheads.
(4) Every toilet space shall be so constructed as to facilitate cleaning and avoid harbouring dirt and vermin.
(5) On every new ship, other than a day ship, a toilet space shall be conveniently located close to the sleeping rooms of the persons for whose use that toilet space is appropriated.
23 (1) Subject to subsection (2), on a new ship there shall be no direct access into a toilet space from a sleeping room, dining area or galley and, wherever reasonable and practicable, access into a toilet space shall be directly from a passageway.
(2) Access into a private toilet space on a new ship may be directly from the sleeping rooms of the persons for whose use the toilet space is appropriated.
(2) Where it is impracticable to fit a screen by a door as required by subsection (1), that door shall be self-closing.
(2) No more than one water-closet shall be fitted in a room containing a bath or a shower.
26 (1) Subject to subsection (2), where a toilet space may be used by two or more persons simultaneously, every bath, shower and water-closet in that room shall be provided with screening so that the person using that bath, shower or water-closet can do so in privacy.
(2) Screening need not be provided in a water-closet space that
(3) Where a bath or shower is screened in compliance with subsection (1),
(4) Where a water-closet is screened in compliance with subsection (1), the screening shall
(a) a combined bath and shower installation is deemed to be one bath; and
(b) when determining the number of baths, showers, wash-basins or water-closets to be provided, no account shall be taken of
(2) There shall be installed on every ship, other than a day ship, at least one bath or shower and, on every ship, at least one water-closet and one wash-basin or sink.
(3) Subject to subsection (4), there shall be installed on every ship at least
(a) one bath or shower for every eight persons;
(b) one wash-basin for every six persons;
(c) one water-closet for every eight persons;
(d) one mirror for every six persons; and
(e) where the number of persons exceeds a multiple of the number of persons referred to in paragraph (a), (b) or (c), one additional bath, shower, wash-basin or water-closet, as the case may be.
(4) In the case of a day ship, the requirements of paragraphs (3)(a) and (e) do not apply.
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