Convention on the International Regulations for Preventing Collisions at Sea (COLREG)
Convention sur le règlement international de 1972 pour prévenir les abordages en mer
Convenio sobre el reglamento internacional para prevenir los abordajes
1972-10-20 London UK
20 Oct 1972, London (UK), with international regulations 1972. Amendments adopted: 19 Nov 1981, in force 1 Jun 1983; 19 Nov 1987, in force 19 Nov 1989; 19 Oct 1989, in force 19 Apr 1991; 4 Nov 1993, in force 4 Nov 1995; 2001, in force 29 Nov 2003. With effect from 15 Sep 1977, annexed regulations supersede T-XT6089 - International Regulations for Preventing Collisions at Sea, 1960.
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