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1 BRAZILIAN NAVY DIRECTORATE OF PORTS AND COASTS MARITIME AUTHORITY STANDARDS FOR THE TRAFFIC AND PERMANENCE OF VESSELS IN BRAZILIAN JURISDICTIONAL WATERS 1 st REVISION

2 MARITIME AUTHORITY STANDARDS FOR THE TRAFFIC AND PERMANENCE OF VESSELS IN BRAZILIAN JURISDICTIONAL WATERS AMENDMENT RECORD SHEET AMENDMENT NUMBER DETERMINING DOCUMENT AND DATE AMENDED PAGES AMENDMENT DATE INITIALS Mod 1 Ordinance No. 4/DPC of January 14, 2014 Index, 3-4, 3-7, Annex 3-F 1/16/ II - NORMAM-08/DPC

3 INDEX Pages Cover Sheet... I Amendment Record... II Index... III Introduction... VII CHAPTER 1 - ACRONYMS AND DEFINITIONS CHAPTER 2 - ENTRY, CLEARANCE AND DEPARTURE OF VESSELS VESSELS SUBJECT TO PERFORM CLEARANCE VESSELS NOT SUBJECT TO CLEARANCE STEPS OF THE VESSEL S CLEARANCE PROCESS VALIDITY OF THE CLEARANCE SECTION I - VESSEL S CLEARANCE PROCEDURES CLEARANCE TO THE NEXT PORT CLEARANCE BY PERIOD FOR FISHING VESSELS TIME CLEARANCE FOR VESSELS OPERATING IN MARITIME SUPPORT OR PERFORMING A FIXED ROUTE VOYAGE TIME CLEARANCE FOR VESSELS OPERATING IN THE INLAND NAVIGATION CLEARANCE OF VESSELS OPERATING IN CROSSING OR NAUTICAL TOURISM NAVIGATION WITHIN THE SAME PORT AREA IMPEDIMENT OF PORT ENTRY, STAY AND DEPARTURE. 2-9 SECTION II - SPECIAL CASES CLEARANCE OF VESSELS DAMAGED, DEACTIVATED, OFF-CLASS, HULLS AND FLOATING SCRAPS WITH GT ABOVE CLEARANCE OF VESSELS TO ANTARCTICA SECTION III - PATH OF INFORMATION ON THE CLEARANCE OF VESSELS PATH OF INFORMATION PATH OF DOCUMENTS THROUGH THE PAPERLESS PORT SYSTEM (PSP) VESSEL S CLEARANCE SYSTEM (SISDESP-WEB) AND ITS PATH OF DOCUMENTS SEÇÃO IV - GENERAL PROVISIONS ADMINISTRATIVE MEASURES CHAPTER 3 - VESSEL TRAFFIC SECTION I - TRAFFIC IN AJB RIGHT OF INNOCENT PASSAGE NORMAM-08/DPC Mod 1

4 ANCHORING OR STOPPING IN THE TERRITORIAL SEA... PUTTING INTO PORT OF FOREIGN FISHING VESSELS NOT AUTHORIZED TO OPERATE IN AJB.. VESSEL TRAFFIC IN ORGANIZED PORT AREAS (APO) SECTION II SECTION III TRAFFIC INFORMATION VESSELS AND PLATFORMS IN A TOWING OPERATION... MOVEMENT AND POSITIONING CONTROL OF PLATFORMS, DRILL SHIPS, FPSO, FSU AND OTHER STRUCTURES WHICH COME TO CHANGE THEIR POSITIONS IN AJB... PERMANENT RADIO WATCH... IDENTIFICATION CALL... SEARCH AND RESCUE... SPORTS AND RECREATIONAL VESSELS... FOREIGN-FLAGGED VESSELS... FISHING AND NAVIGATION RESTRICTIONS... NAUTICAL EVENTS... RELEVANT LAWS FOR THE TRAFFIC INSIDE PORTS... MARITIME TRAFFIC CONTROL SYSTEMS MARITIME TRAFFIC INFORMATION SYSTEM (SISTRAM)... LONG RANGE IDENTIFICATION AND TRACKING SYSTEM FOR BRAZILIAN-FLAGGED VESSELS (LRIT). MARITIME MONITORING SYSTEM OF SUPPORT TO OFFSHORE OIL ACTIVITIES (SIMMAP)... APPLICATION SUMMARY TABLE OF THE SISTRAM, LRIT AND SIMMAP SYSTEMS CHAPTER 4 - STAY IN AJB SECTION I - PROCEDURE AT THE PORTS PILOTAGE SERVICE TUGBOAT SERVICE CHORES AT THE PORTS REPAIRS SECTION II - PROCEDURES FOR PUTTING INTO PORT AND SHELTERING PROCEDURES SECTION III - MONITORING BY NATIONAL AUTHORITIES ON OCCASION OF THE VESSEL S ENTRY DISCHARGE OF BALLAST WATER SECTION IV - PROCEDURES FOR TRANSFERRING OIL BETWEEN VESSELS OIL TRANSFER BETWEEN VESSELS IN PORT AREAS NORMAM-08/DPC Mod 1

5 SECTION V - SPECIAL SITUATIONS OF PERMANENCE OFF-SERVICE VESSELS ANNEXES 2-A - NOTICE OF ARRIVAL... 2-A-1 2-B - ENTRY RECORD... 2-B-1 2-C - GENERAL DECLARATION (ENTRY)... 2-C-1 2-D - GENERAL DECLARATION (REQUEST FOR CLEARANCE)... 2-D-1 2-E - CARGO DECLARATION... 2-E-1 2-F - CREW MEMBERS' EFFECTS DECLARATION... 2-F-1 2-G - REQUEST OF CLEARANCE TO THE NEXT PORT... 2-G-1 2-H - OUTGOING PASS TO THE NEXT PORT... 2-H-1 2-I - DEPARTURE RECORD... 2-I-1 2-J - VESSEL S MOVEMENT RECORD 2-J-1 2-K... 2-K-1 2-L - STATEMENT OF ADHESION TO PREPS... - INSTRUMENT OF RESPONSIBILITY OF THE VESSEL'S 2-L-1 2-M LEGAL REPRESENTATIVE... 2-M-1 2-N - BALLAST WATER REPORTING FORM... 2-N-1 2-O - REQUEST FOR CLEARANCE BY PERIOD... 2-O-1 2-P - TIME OUTGOING PASS... 2-P-1 2-Q - RECORD OF DESTINATION CHANGE... 2-Q-1 2-R - ENTRY COMMUNICATION. 2-R-1 2-S - DEPARTURE COMMUNICATION.. 2-S-1 2-T - STATEMENT OF FULFILLMENT OF THE ANTARCTIC TREATY... 2-T-1 3-A - JURISDICTIONAL AREA OF THE NAVAL DISTRICTS AND OF RESPONSIBILITY FOR SEARCH AND RESCUE (SAR)... 3-A-1 3-B - MARITIME TRAFFIC INFORMATION SYSTEM - SISTRAM... 3-B-1 3-C - IDENTIFICATION AND TRACKING SYSTEM OF SHIPS AT LONG RANGE - LRIT... 3-C-1 3-D - INSTRUCTIONS ABOUT THE SIMMAP 3-D-1 3-E - INSTRUCTIONS ABOUT THE SYSTEM OF IDENTIFICATION AND TRACKING OF BRAZILIAN-FLAGGED SHIPS AT LONG RANGE (LRIT)... 3-E-1 3-F - DENUNCIATION OF INVASION OF THE SAFETY AREA OF OIL PLATFORMS AND OTHER UNITS OFFSHORE 3-F-1 4-A - CERTIFICATE OF A FISHING VESSEL UNDER A CLOSURE PERIOD... 4-A-1 4-B - CERTIFICATE OF AN OFF-SERVICE VESSEL ON REQUEST BY THE SHIPOWNER... 4-B-1 APPENDICES APPENDIX I TO ANNEX 2-C - CREW MEMBERS LIST (ENTRY)... 2-C-I-1 APPENDIX II TO ANNEX 2-C - PASSENGER LIST (ENTRY)... 2-C-II-1 APPENDIX III TO ANNEX 2-C - GMDSS DATA SPREADSHEET... 2-C-III NORMAM-08/DPC Mod 1

6 APPENDIX I TO ANNEX 2-D - CREW MEMBERS LIST (REQUEST OF CLEARANCE... 2-D-I-1 APPENDIX II TO ANNEX 2-D - PASSENGER LIST (REQUEST OF CLEARANCE)... 2-D-II-1 APPENDIX I TO ANNEX 3-D - POSITION DATA FORMATS (MESSAGE AND FILE)... 3-D-I-1 APPENDIX I TO ANNEX 3-E - USER MANUAL OF THE WEB SERVICE... 3-E-I-1 APPENDIX II TO ANNEX 3-E - LRIT SURVEY REPORT... 3-E-II-1 APPENDIX III TO ANNEX 3-E - REMOTE COMPLIANCE TEST REPORT... 3-E-III NORMAM-08/DPC Mod 1

7 INTRODUCTION 1 - PURPOSE Establish administrative procedures for the traffic and permanence of Brazilian and foreign-flagged vessels in Brazilian Jurisdictional Waters (AJB), aiming at the navigation safety, the safeguard of human life and the prevention from pollution of the waterways environment. 2 - DEFINITIONS For the purposes of this standard, the definitions contained in Chapter 1 are used. 3 - OMITTED CASES Cases omitted or not foreseen in this standard shall be resolved by the DPC. 4 - CORRELATE LEGISLATION a) Law no. 8,374 of December 30, 1991, which provides for the compulsory insurance for personal injury caused by vessels or their cargo. b) Law no. 8,617 of January 4, 1993, which provides for the territorial sea, the adjacent zone, the exclusive economic zone and the Brazilian continental shelf. c) Law no. 9,432 of January 8, 1997, which provides for the ordering of waterways transportation. d) Law No. 9,537 of December 11, 1997, which provides for the Safety of the Waterways Traffic in Waters under National Jurisdiction. e) Law no. 9,966 of April 28, 2000, which provides for the pollution prevention, control and monitoring, caused by the spilling of oil and other noxious or dangerous substances in waters under national jurisdiction, and other matters. f) Decree no. 1,530 of June 22, 1995, which sets the entry into force of the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea, concluded in Montego Bay, Jamaica, on December 10, g) Decree no. 4,810 of August 19, 2013, which sets standards for the operation of fishing vessels in the Brazilian fishing zones, open sea and through international agreements. h) Decree n 96,000 of May 2, 1988, which provides for the performance of scientific research and investigation on the continental shelf and in waters under Brazilian jurisdiction, and for the foreign research ships and aircraft visiting national ports or airports, in transit in Brazilian jurisdictional waters or in the overlying airspace. i) Decree No. 2,596 of May 18, 1998, regulating Law No. 9,537, which provides for the safety of waterways traffic in waters under national jurisdiction. - XII - NORMAM-08/DPC

8 j) Decree no. 80,672 of November 7, 1977, which promulgates the Convention on Facilitation of the International Maritime Traffic k) Ordinance No. 156/MB of June 03, 2004, from the Commander of the Navy, which establishes the structure of the Maritime Authority and delegates responsibility to the holders of General Direction, Sector Direction and other military organizations of the Navy, for the performance of specific activities. - XIII - NORMAM-08/DPC

9 CHAPTER 1 ACRONYMS AND DEFINITIONS BRAZILIAN JURISDICTIONAL WATERS (AJB) Understand the interior waters and maritime spaces, in which Brazil exercises jurisdiction, to some degree, over activities, persons, installations, vessels and natural resources alive and not alive, found in the liquid mass, on the seabed or in its subsoil, for the purposes of control and monitoring, within the limits of the national and international laws. These maritime spaces understand the two-hundred nautical mile strip counted from the base lines, increased by the overlying waters to the extension of the Continental Shelf beyond the two-hundred nautical miles, wherever it occurs ANATEL National Telecommunications Agency SHIPOWNER A natural or legal person who, on his behalf and under his responsibility the vessel is set up with commercial purposes, and set to navigate on his own account or not ASP (Application Service Provider) A provider of application services AVL (Automatic Vessel Location) Location Automatic System: a system operating through satellite to obtain the latitude and longitude of a vessel. It may be inserted in, or integrated with, the onboard communications system, able to transmit these data to a Base Station CCA-IMO Coordinating Commission of Matters related to the International Maritime Organization CDRL LRIT Regional Data Center COMCONTRAM Command of the Maritime Traffic Naval Control COMOPNAV Naval Operations Command CSP (Communications Service Provider) A provider of communications services VESSEL CLEARANCE A) Port Area: considered as the geographic area located within a same bay, bight, cove, channel, river or lagoon under the jurisdiction of the same OD. b) Entry Communication: a document produced by the vessel's legal representative, notifying about the arrival of the vessel at a port or NORMAM-08/DPC

10 waterways terminal in the jurisdictional area of an OD. Applicable only to vessels under clearance by period. c) Departure Communication: a document through which the vessel's legal representative informs the OD of the effective departure of the vessel. Applicable only to vessels under clearance by period. d) Convoy: a set of non-propelled vessels grouped side-by-side and/or in line, which navigate through towing or pushing by other vessel(s) provided with propulsion. e) Clearance: a process conducted by the OD through the checking of the vessel's documents, in order to release its exit from a port or waterways terminal. This process includes the vessel's arrival, stay and exit in relation to a certain port or waterways terminal. f) ICP-Brasil (Brazilian Infrastructure of Public Keys): a set of entities, technical standards and regulations prepared to support a cryptographic system based on digital certificates. g)clearance Organizations (OD): the Harbor Master Offices and their subordinate Delegate/Agent Offices, responsible for the clearance process of vessels subject to this procedure. h) Entry Record: a document produced by the vessel's legal representative, notifying about the arrival of the vessel at a port or waterways terminal in the jurisdictional area of an OD. Applicable only to vessels under clearance to the next port. i) Departure Record: a document through which the vessel's legal representative informs the OD of the effective departure of the vessel. Applicable only to vessels under clearance to the next port. j) Outgoing Pass to the Next Port: a document issued by the OD, authorizing the vessel's departure from a port or waterways terminal located in its jurisdictional area, to the next port (national or foreign). k) Departure Time-Permit: a document issued by the OD, authorizing the vessel's departure from a port or waterways terminal located in its jurisdictional area, for a given period of time. l) Request for Clearance: a process through which the vessel's legal representative requests, to the jurisdictional OD, authorization for the vessel's departure from a port or waterways terminal. m) Vessel's legal representative: the Master, Shipowner or a representative formally appointed by an official power of attorney document, showing explicitly the attribution of power to this attorney. n) SISDESP-WEB: Vessel Clearance System online. o) Fixed-route voyage: a voyage performed by a vessel employed in coastal shipping, uniquely, between two ports or terminals, on a routine return path, without calling any other port along the voyage DPC Directorate of Ports and Coasts HIGH SPEED VESSEL According to regulation X/1.3 of the SOLAS Convention, a vessel capable of developing a maximum speed, in meters per second (m/s), equal to or higher than: 3,7 V 0,1667, where: V = volume of the displacement corresponding to the design NORMAM-08/DPC

11 waterline (m³), excluding vessels which have the hull completely sustained above the water surface, in the non-displacement mode, by aerodynamic forces generated through surface effect PREPS VESSEL A fishing vessel under mandatory adhesion to PREPS, of Gross Tonnage higher than or equal to fifty or a total length higher than or equal to fifteen meters SOLAS VESSEL Means all merchant vessels employed in international maritime voyages or employed in the merchant maritime traffic among Brazilian ports, ocean islands, port terminals and offshore platforms, with the exception of: 1) cargo vessels with gross tonnage lower than 500; 2) passenger vessels with gross tonnage lower than 500 and not used for international voyages; 3) vessels with no mechanical propulsion means; 4) wooden vessels of primitive construction; 5) fishing vessels; 6) vessels with a rule length (L) lower than 24 meters BASE STATION An onshore facility responsible for receiving the position data of vessels and retransmitting these data to the MB via internet FTP File Transfer Protocol GMT Greenwich Medium Time GMDSS Global Maritime Distress and Safety System GEVI Management of Surveys, Inspections and Expert Surveys (DPC) GVI Inspections and Surveys Group (Harbor Master Offices) IDC (International Data Center) LRIT international data center IMO International Maritime Organization LRIT Long Range Identification and Tracking of Ships System LRIT DATA USERS Users of the LRIT system data NORMAM-08/DPC

12 MB Brazilian Navy CARGO SHIP Any ship that is not a passenger ship, according to letter (g) of regulation 2 of the SOLAS Convention Chapter I PASSENGER SHIP A ship carrying more than 12 (twelve) passengers, according to the SOLAS Convention Chapter I, regulation 2, letter (f) NPCP / NPCF Standards and Procedures of a Harbor Master Office / River Master Office INNOCENT PASSAGE Means the passage made without injury to the peace, good order or security of the State, and should also be made in accordance with the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea and other standards of international law. The passage of a foreign ship shall be considered to be prejudicial to the peace, good order or security of the State if that ship performs, in the territorial sea, any of the following activities: a) any threat or use of force against the sovereignty, territorial integrity or political independence of the State, or any other action in violation of the principles of international law set out in the Charter of the United Nations; b) any exercise or maneuver with weapons of any kind; c) any act aimed at obtaining information at the expense of the defense or security of the State; d) any act of propaganda aimed at compromising the defense or security of the State; e) launching, landing or receiving on board any aircraft or military device; f) the embarkation or disembarkation of any material, currency, animal, plant, or person, in violation of the laws and regulations of customs, tax, environmental, immigration or sanitary authorities of the State; g) any intentional and grave act of pollution; h) fishing; i) research or hydrographic survey; j) any act aimed at disrupting any communication systems or any other services or facilities of the State; and k) any other activity not directly related with the passage PASSAGE THROUGH THE TERRITORIAL SEA Means the navigation through the territorial sea for the purpose of: a) crossing this sea without penetrating interior waters or making scale on a wharf or port facility outside of inland waters; or b) sail into or out of inland waters, or make a stopover in one of those wharfs or port facilities. The passage must be continuous and brief. However, a passage includes stopping and anchoring, but only to the extent in that they NORMAM-08/DPC

13 constitute common navigation incidents or are imposed by motives of force majeure or by serious difficulty or have the purpose of helping people, ships or aircraft distressed or in serious difficulty PREPS National Program of Tracking of Fishing Vessels by Satellite, with the purpose of monitoring, fishing management and operational control of the fishing fleet permitted by the Ministry of Fishing and Agriculture (MPA) PAPERLESS PORT (PSP) A project managed by the Secretariat of Ports of the Republic Presidency (SEP/PR), with the purpose of promoting the de-bureaucratization of procedures for the permanence of ships at Brazilian ports, in order to optimize the import and export processes, based on a Port Information Website encompassing in a single database all the information of interest for shipping agents and the several public organizations that operationalize and manage the stay of vessels at Brazilian ports SERVICE PROVIDER A company that provides telecommunication services and content solutions (ITset up, management and hosting of applications). The customer receives these services through a rental contract signed between customer and service provider. The ANATEL site on the internet (www.anatel.gov.br) supplies the list of companies duly authorized to operate in the national territory. Basically, the provider supplies the set of hardware and software needed on board, AVL associated to the communications system, and plays the role of Base Station MARITIME MONITORING SYSTEM OF SUPPORT TO OFFSHORE OIL ACTIVITIES (SIMMAP) A set of hardware and software installed in the MB, capable of receiving and decodifying messages and/or files supplied by a tracking system. After de-codified, the information is stored in a database, and the position data are plotted on a digital nautical chart TRACKING SYSTEM A system encompassing the set of hardware and software installed on board the vessel and at the base station, capable of receiving the position data coming from the ship and retransmitting them duly formatted to the SIMMAP, via internet MOBILE OFFSHORE DRILLING UNIT (MODU) According to the SOLAS Convention regulation XI-2/1.1.5, means a mobile offshore drilling unit with mechanical propulsion, as defined in Regulation IX/1 of same Convention, which is not positioned in its drilling place DEADWEIGHT TONNAGE (TDW) Means the difference between the loaded displacement and the light displacement, and characterizes the amount of cargo that a vessel can carry, normally expressed in "deadweight tons" (tdw) NORMAM-08/DPC

14 TUF Maritime Lights Utilization Tariff NORMAM-08/DPC

15 CHAPTER 2 VESSEL ENTRY, CLEARANCE AND EXIT This Chapter sets up the procedures for clearance of merchant vessels entering or transiting in Brazilian ports or waterways terminals, focusing on the navigation safety, the safeguard of human life at sea and the prevention of water pollution caused by vessels, as established in Law no. 9,537/1997 (LESTA) VESSELS OBLIGED TO EFFECT CLEARANCE The following vessels are obliged to effect clearance: a) foreign flag; b) Brazilian flag with Gross Tonnage (GT) equal to or higher than twenty; and c) PREPS. Vessels with GT lower than twenty employed in port support navigation and/or inland navigation may be required by the OD to perform clearance, as a consequence of local peculiarities VESSELS NOT PERFORMING CLEARANCE Sports and/or recreational vessels, war or State ships not in commercial activity do not perform clearance STEPS OF THE VESSEL CLEARANCE PROCESS The clearance process of vessels is composed by the following steps, ordered from the vessel's entry in through the exit from a port or waterways terminal: a) Vessel s arrival forecast: when the vessel is coming from a foreign port, its legal representative shall communicate the estimated time of arrival at the national port or waterways terminal, to the jurisdictional OD, through the Notice of Arrival (Annex 2-A), within the following deadlines: - for a trip lasting ninety six hours or more: with a minimum advance of ninety six hours; - for a trip lasting less than ninety six hours but no less than twenty four hours: with a minimum advance of twenty four hours; and - for a trip lasting less than twenty four hours: with a minimum advance of twelve hours. In case of change of the port previously reported, the vessel's legal representative shall forward to the jurisdictional OD a new Notice of Arrival. b) Vessel's entry: a communication to the jurisdictional OD about the vessel's entry into the port or waterways terminal, by its legal representative, within no more than two hours from mooring or anchoring, by means of the Entry Record (Annex 2-B) or Entry Communication (Annex 2-R), according to the case. c) Moving of the vessel between ports, terminals or anchorages within the same port area: a communication to the jurisdictional OD about the vessel's moving within the same port area, by its legal representative, by means of the Vessel Movement Record (Annex 2-J), within no more than two hours after ending the moving. This process is only applicable to vessels that, when calling national ports, need to move between berths, terminals, wharfs and anchorages during their stay at the same port area NORMAM-08/DPC

16 d) Request for Clearance: a process through which the vessel's legal representative requests to the jurisdictional OD, authorization for the vessel's exit from the port or waterways terminal. e) Vessel's departure: a communication to the jurisdictional OD about the vessel's departure from the port or waterways terminal, by its legal representative, within no more than two hours from the exit, by means of the Departure Notice (Annex 2-I) or Departure Communication (Annex 2-S), according to the case. This process is preceded by the issuance of an Outgoing Pass by the jurisdictional OD, which is the document authorizing the exit of a vessel from the port, according to the Maritime Authority's legal competence VALIDITY OF THE CLEARANCE The validity of a clearance may be granted by the jurisdictional OD, as follows: a) until the next port, for vessels employed in the coastal or deep sea navigation. b) for a period of up to ninety days for the following vessels: - fishing; - employed in the maritime support navigation; - employed in the inland navigation; and - performing a "fixed route trip", only when employed in the coastal navigation. SECTION I PROCEDURES FOR VESSEL CLEARANCE The procedures for vessel clearance are related to the steps provided in item 0203, according to each case CLEARANCE TO THE NEXT PORT The procedures provided in this item apply to merchant vessels employed in the coastal and deep sea navigation. a) Vessel s arrival forecast: Only when the vessel is coming from a foreign port, its legal representative shall communicate the forecast for arrival at the national port or waterways terminal, to the jurisdictional OD, through the Notice of Arrival (Annex 2-A), within the following deadlines: - for a trip lasting ninety six hours or more: with a minimum advance of ninety six hours; - for a trip lasting less than ninety six hours but no less than twenty four hours: with a minimum advance of twenty four hours; and - for a trip lasting less than twenty four hours: with a minimum advance of twelve hours. In case of change of the port previously reported, the vessel's legal representative shall forward to the jurisdictional OD a new Notice of Arrival. b) Vessel's entry: The vessel's legal representative shall forward the Entry Record (Annex 2-B) to the jurisdictional OD, communicating the vessel's arrival at the port or waterways terminal, within no more than two hours from the vessel's mooring or anchoring, together with the documents listed below: NORMAM-08/DPC

17 - General Declaration (Entry - Annex 2-C) and its appendices Crew Members List (Appendix C-I), Passenger List (Appendix C-II) and the GMDSS Data Spreadsheet (Appendix C-III); - Ballast Water Reporting Form, according to Annex 2-N (English and Portuguese versions), only for vessels coming from foreign ports; - Instrument of Responsibility by the Vessel's Legal Representative (Annex 2-L); - Outgoing Pass from the previous port, only for vessels coming from national ports; - International Certificate of Ship Protection (ISPS Code), when applicable; - Inspection Report from the Port State Control (PSC) or Flag State Control (FSC), FORM A or FORM B, the latter in case of deficiencies noted; and - Statement of Condition Survey, for bulk carriers or combined cargo ships (Ore-Oil or Ore-Bulk-Oil), with an age equal to or higher than 18 years, intended for loading solid bulk cargoes of specific gravity equal to or higher than 1,78 tons per cubic meter, following the provisions of NORMAM-01/DPC and NORMAM-04/DPC, according to the case. The documents listed below shall be available on board for presentation, when required: (a) Cargo Declaration (Annex 2-E); (b) Declaration of Crew Members' Effects (Annex 2-F); (c) Maritime Statement of Health; and (d) Declaration of Provision on Board. Vessels carrying dangerous merchandise and/or deck cargo shall meet the provisions of the Maritime Authority Standards, and the pertinent field in the Entry Record form (Annex 2-B) must be marked. c) Vessel moving between ports, terminals or anchorages within the same port area: Whenever the vessel moves between berths, terminals, wharfs, anchorages, etc., within the same port area, its legal representative shall forward to the jurisdictional OD the Vessel Movement Record (Annex 2-J), within no more than two hours after the moving ends. d) Request for Clearance to the Next Port: The vessel's legal representative shall forward the Request for Clearance to the Next Port (Annex 2-G) to the jurisdictional OD, in the period between the arrival and exit of the vessel, together with the documents listed as follows: - General Declaration (Request for Clearance Annex 2-D) and its appendices Crew Member List (Appendix D-I) and Passenger List (Appendix D-II); - Manifest of Dangerous Merchandise, when carrying this type of merchandise, as provided for in the Maritime Authority Standards; - Instrument of Responsibility for the transportation of Deck Cargo, when carrying cargo on deck, as provided for in NORMAM-01/DPC; - Proof of Payment of the TUF, with the respective Union Collection Form, for vessels of foreign flag, as provided for in the Maritime Authority Standards; and NORMAM-08/DPC

18 - Excerpt from the "Cartão de Tripulação de Segurança" (CTS), for Brazilianflagged vessels, or from the Minimum Safe Manning Document, for vessels of a foreign flag (Annex 2-M). The changes of personnel occurred between the forwarding of the Request for Clearance to the Next Port (Annex 2-G) and the issuance of the Outgoing Pass to the Next Port (Annex 2-H) shall be reported to the OD by the vessel's legal representative, by presenting a new Crew Members List (Appendix D-I) which shall meet the provisions of the CTS or, according to the case, a new Passenger List (Appendix D-II). e) Vessel's exit: I) Outgoing Pass to the Next Port After analysis, by the jurisdictional OD, of all the documentation forwarded with the request for clearance, and if there are no pending issues, the Outgoing Pass to the Next Port (Annex 2-H) will be issued. The Outgoing Pass is valid for up to forty eight hours counted from the exit date-hour forecast in the Request for Clearance, granted at the discretion of the jurisdictional OD. II) Revalidation of the Outgoing Pass: If the vessel's exit does not materialize within the deadline for sailing contained in the Outgoing Pass to the Next Port, the vessel's legal representative shall forward to the OD a new Request for Clearance to the Next Port (Annex 2-G). In the field "OBS", it shall be mandatory to report the motive for not meeting the deadline. In this case, it will be necessary to present only the documents which have eventually undergone changes. III) Departure Record The Departure Record must be forwarded to the OD by the vessel's legal representative, utilizing the form contained in Annex 2-I, within no more than two hours from the vessel's departure. The changes of personnel occurred after the issuance of the Outgoing Pass to the Next Port (Annex 2-H) shall be reported to the OD by the vessel's legal representative, by presenting a new Crew Members List (Appendix D-I) which shall meet the provisions of the CTS or, according to the case, a new Passenger List (Appendix D- II). f) Change of Destination: When a vessel is cleared at an OD and, later during the voyage a change of destination occurs, such a fact shall be reported by the vessel's legal representative, in the following manner: - change to another national port: report to the jurisdictional OD of the new port of destination; and - change to a foreign port: report to the jurisdictional OD of the port of exit. This communication from the interested party to the OD is made through the Record of Change of Destination (Annex 2-Q). The vessel's Master shall issue a message to the COMCONTRAM, as provided for in the SISTRAM, according to the provisions of a specific chapter of these Standards. g) Special procedures: If during the voyage, immediately before the forecasted stop, any of the below discriminated hypothesis occurs, the Master of a Brazilian-flagged vessel shall forward to the OD of destination a duly authenticated excerpt of the occurrence entry in the Navigation Diary. The Master of a NORMAM-08/DPC

19 foreign-flagged vessel shall follow such procedure, if the hypotheses 3 and/or 4 occur when in AJB: 1) gross damage to the vessel or its cargo; 2) insubordination of crew member or passenger; 3) observed existence of any element of interest to the navigation, not recorded in the nautical chart; 4) change in the beaconing or functioning of lighthouses; 5) occurrence of a serious personal accident; and 6) occurrence of an important fact during the voyage, at the Master's discretion CLEARANCE BY PERIOD FOR FISHING VESSELS The procedures provided in this item apply to fishing vessels fitting letter "b" of item 0204, due to the operational peculiarities of these vessels. a) Vessel Entry: The vessel's legal representative shall forward the Entry Communication (Annex 2-R) to the jurisdictional OD, reporting the arrival of the vessel at the port or waterways terminal, within no more than two hours from its mooring or anchoring, together with the Instrument of Responsibility of the Vessel's Legal Representative (Annex 2-L). The Entry Communication (Annex 2-R) shall be forwarded to the jurisdictional OD whenever a fishing vessel enters a national port or waterways terminal, independently from the validity of the Time Outgoing Pass. b) Request for Clearance by Period The vessel's legal representative shall only forward the Request for Clearance by Period (Annex 2-O) to the jurisdictional OD when not bearing a Time Outgoing Pass valid for the period between the vessel's arrival in and departure from the port or waterways terminal, together with the following listed documents: - Crew Member List (Appendix D-I) and Passenger List (Appendix D-II); - Excerpt from the Safe Manning Document (CTS), as in Annex 2- M; - Navigation Safety Certificate (CSN), when applicable; - Statement of Adhesion to the PREPS (Annex 2-K); - Instrument of Responsibility of the Vessel's Legal Representative (Annex 2-L). - DPEM insurance; and - Vessel's Station License, issued by Anatel. The changes of personnel occurred between the forwarding of the Request for Clearance by Period (Annex 2-O) and the issuance of the Exit Permit by Period (Annex 2-P) shall be reported to the OD by the vessel's legal representative, by presenting a new Crew Member List (Appendix D-I) which shall meet the provisions of the CTS or, according to the case, a new Passenger List (Appendix D-II). The PREPS vessels, when reporting the temporary deactivation of the tracking equipment, will only get clearance after reactivating the equipment. These vessels shall fully meet the provisions of the Inter-ministerial Normative Instruction no. 2 of September 04, 2006 (Brazilian Navy, Ministry of Fishing and Agriculture and Ministry of the Environment). c) Vessel's departure: I) Time Outgoing Pass NORMAM-08/DPC

20 After analysis, by the jurisdictional OD, of all the documentation forwarded with the request for clearance, and if there are no pending issues, the Time Outgoing Pass (Annex 2-P) will be issued, with validity for up to ninety days, at the discretion of the OD. During the validity of the Time Outgoing Pass granted by the OD, the fishing vessel is authorized to transit in any national port or waterways terminal, provided that, when arriving or exiting, the respective Entry and Departure Communications (Annexes 2-R and 2-S) are forwarded to the respective jurisdictional OD of where the vessel is. The Time Outgoing Pass will be automatically canceled if pending issues are observed: 1) impeding, originated from a Naval Inspection, to be corrected prior to sailing, during the validity period of the Time Outgoing Pass; and 2) restrictive, with a deadline for correction, if such pending issues are not corrected within the established deadline. II) Departure Communication The vessel's legal representative shall forward the Departure Communication (Annex 2-S) to the jurisdictional OD, reporting the effective exit from the port or waterways terminal, within no more than two hours from the vessel's departure. The Departure Communication shall be forwarded to the jurisdictional OD whenever a vessel departs from a national port or waterways terminal CLEARANCE BY PERIOD FOR VESSELS ENGAGED IN MARITIME SUPPORT NAVIGATION OR PERFORMING A FIXED ROUTE VOYAGE The procedures provided in this item apply to vessels employed in maritime support navigation or performing a fixed route voyage, as provided in item 0204 letter "b", due to operational peculiarities of these vessels. a) Vessel s arrival forecast: Vessels coming from foreign ports shall follow the procedures set forth in item 0205 letters a) and b), as they are performing a long range voyage until arriving at the first national port. b) Vessel's Entry: The vessel's legal representative shall forward the Entry Communication (Annex 2-R) to the jurisdictional OD, reporting the vessel's arrival at the port or waterways terminal, within no more than two hours from its mooring or anchoring, together with the following listed documents: - Instrument of Responsibility of the Vessel's Legal Representative (Annex 2-L); - International Certificate of Ship Protection (ISPS Code), when applicable; and - Inspection Report from the Port State Control (PSC) or Flag State Control (FSC), FORM A or FORM B, the latter in case of existing deficiencies. The Entry Communication shall be forwarded to the jurisdictional OD whenever the vessel enters a national port or waterways terminal, independently from the validity of the Time Outgoing Pass Vessels carrying dangerous merchandise and/or deck cargo shall meet the provisions of the Maritime Authority Standards, and mark the pertinent field in the form Entry Communication (Annex 2-R). c) Vessel movement between ports, terminals or anchorages within the same port area: Whenever a vessel moves between berths, terminals, NORMAM-08/DPC

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