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Chapter I
Conditions for Survey After Construction
Chapter 2
Survey Interval
Chapter 3 Hull Surveys  
Chapter 4 Drydocking Surveys  
Chapter 5 Tailshaft Surveys  
Chapter 6
Machinery Surveys
Chapter 7
Boiler Surveys
Chapter 8
Shipboard Automatic and Remote-control Systems
Chapter 9 Survey Requirements for Additional Systems and Services  
Chapter 10 Steel Floating Drydocks  
Chapter 11 Underwater Vehicles, Systems and Hyperbaric Facilities  
Chapter 12
Sailing Yachts not Receiving AMS Notation
Section 1
Underwater Inspection in Lieu of Drydocking Surveys
Section 2
Survey of Voyage Repairs to Hull Structure
Section 3
Vessel Lay-up and Reactivation
Section 4
Additional Information for Hull Thickness Measurements
Section 5
Procedures for Certification of Firms Engaged in Thickness Measurement of Hull Structures
Section 6
Report on Thickness Measurement of Bulk Carriers-Non Double Skin (CSR and Non-CSR Vessels) and General Dry Cargo Vessels
Section 7
Report on Thickness Measurement of Oil Carriers-Non Double Hull, Ore/Oil Ships - Non Double Hull and Chemical Carriers, etc.
Section 8
Intermediate and Special Periodical Survey Preparation for ESP Vessels
Section 9
Reporting Principles for ESP Vessels
Section 10
Bronze and Stainless Steel Propeller Castings
Section 11
Repair and Cladding of Shafts
Section 12
Ultrasonic Examination of Carbon Steel Forgoings for Tail Shafts
Section 13
Report on Thickness Measurements of Oil Carriers - Double Hull (CSR and Non-CSR Vessels)
Section 14
Survey Based on Preventative Maintenance Techniques
Section 15
Report on Thickness Measurement of Bulk Carriers - Double Skin (CSR and Non-CSR Vessels)
Section 16
Thickness Measurements and Close-up Survey Requirements at Special Periodical Surveys
Section 17
Survey of Portable Industrial Modules



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