Esquimalt Graving Dock Regulations

Version of the schedule from 2006-03-22 to 2010-03-31:


SCHEDULE I(Section 2)Application for the Use of Esquimalt Graving Dock at Esquimalt, British Columbia

Department of Public Works and Government Services, Esquimalt, British Columbia

I (We), the undersigned, hereby make application for the vessel described below to be dry-docked in the Dry Dock, for the purpose and time stated, on theblank lineday ofblank line, 20blank line

Name of Vesselblank line
Port of Registryblank line
Owner’s Nameblank line
Owner’s Addressblank line
Master’s Nameblank line
Master’s Addressblank line
Agent’s Nameblank line
Agent’s Addressblank line
Dockmaster’s Nameblank line
Gross Tonnageblank line
Length, Overallblank line
Length between Perpendicularsblank line
Breadth, Extremeblank line
Draft, Forwardblank line
Draft, Aftblank line
Type of Vessel (screw, sailing, not self-propelled, etc.)blank line
Engines: Steam, Gasoline or Oilblank line
Fuel: Coal or Oilblank line
Keel: Bar or Flat (If bar, state depth)blank line
Rise of Floor Amidshipsblank line

Is there any explosive matter on board?blank line (If so, describe)

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Does this vessel carry, or did it carry on its last voyage, any oil with a flash-point below 23°C?

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Is there any oil escaping from the vessel? (If so, to what extent?)

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Estimated number of days dry dock is requiredblank line

Purpose for which dry dock is requiredblank line

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Special features of ship, such as the length of “cut up” forward and aft, camber of keel, if any, and underwater form (State if “usual”; if “unusual”, give particulars)

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(1) blank line

(Signature of Agent)

(2) blank line

(Signature of Witness)

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  • SOR/95-462, s. 8
  • SOR/2003-303, s. 14
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