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Question Listing for LRIT
Question:
What is LRIT?
Answer:
Long Range Identification and Tracking of Ships (LRIT) is a maritime security initiative that allows SOLAS Contracting Governments to request and receive position reports from vessels operating under their flag, vessels indicating intentions to enter a port under their jurisdiction, or vessels operating within 1000 nautical miles of their coast. In addition to enhancing maritime security, the regulations allow LRIT for search and rescue. LRIT information will be automatically transmitted from shipborne equipment to Liberia’s LRIT Data Center where it will be stored until it is requested. 
Question:
Who has access to LRIT information?
Answer:
As a flag State, Liberia has the right to protect LRIT information about vessels entitled to fly its flag and where appropriate, to allow or deny access to information. Safeguards to ensure the confidentiality have been built in to the LRIT system. LRIT Information can only be generated from the National Data Centers via the Recognized Application Service Provider (ASP) and the International Data Exchange (IDE).
Question:
What is a LRIT Certificate?
Answer:
A LRIT Certificate is a document issued by the flag state to evidence LRIT shipborne equipment is of a type approved by the Administration and passed a Conformance Test conducted by an authorized testing Application Service Provider (ASP).
Question:
What vessels require a LRIT Certificate?
Answer:

LRIT requirements apply to the following ships engaged in international voyages: 

  • All passenger ships including high speed craft; 
  • Cargo ships, including high speed craft of 300 gross tonnage and above; 
  • Mobile offshore drilling units.
Question:
What are the requirements for LRIT shipborne equipment?
Answer:

The equipment must be capable of being configured to transmit the following minimum information automatically, at reporting intervals from 15 minutes to 6 hours, to the LRIT Data Center designated by the Flag Administration:

  • The identity of the ship;
  • The position of the ship;
  • The date and time of the position.
Question:
What is the timeline for compliance?
Answer:
  • Vessels operating in the following sea areas should be compliant no later than the first Radio Survey after 31 December 2008:
    -A1 + A2 or
    -A1 + A2 + A3 or
    -A1 + A2 + A3 + A4
  • Vessels operating exclusively in sea area A4 should be compliant no later than the first radio survey after 1 July 2009.
  • Ships operating exclusively in sea area A1 and fitted with an Automatic Identification Systems (AIS) are exempt from LRIT regulations.
  • Ships to which SOLAS V/19-1 applies and constructed after 31 December 2008 must comply with the requirements at time of delivery.
Question:
Who are the Authorized Testing Application Service Providers?
Answer:

The Liberian Administration has authorized three Testing Application Service Providers (ASP) to undertake shipborne equipment testing:

  • Fulcrum Maritime Systems Ltd.
    email: enquiries@fulcrum-maritime.com
    (T) +44 (0)17 0878 8400
    (F) +44 (0)17 0878 8402
  • Polestar Space Applications Limited
    email: lrittesting@polestarglobal.com
    (T) +44 (0)20 7313 7400
    (F) +44 (0)20 7313 7401
  • TRANSAS Telematics Limited
    email: lrit@transas.com
    (T) +46 (0)31 769 5680
    (F) +46 (0)31 69 4184
Question:
Who are the Communications Service Providers (CSP) for Liberian registered ships?
Answer:

Shipowners may operate LRIT shipborne equipment on one of the following satellite networks:

  • Inmarsat-C (provides coverage for sea areas A1, A2, A3)
  • IsatM2M (provides coverage for sea areas A1, A2, A3)
  • Iridium (provides coverage for sea areas A1, A2, A3, A4)

Prior to acquiring or selecting equipment to be used for LRIT, please contact the Recognized ASP to verify that it is suitable for LRIT, is approved by the Administration, can pass a conformance test and is compatible to the Liberian Data Center.

Question:
What is the National Data Center (NDC) for Liberian registered ships?
Answer:
All Liberian registered ships will send data to the Liberian National Data Centre (NDC) via the Recognized ASP. The Liberian Administration has appointed Polestar Space Applications Limited to operate the Liberian NDC on its behalf. Owners of Liberian flagged vessels will incur no costs associated with the transmission and receipt of the position reports required by LRIT.
Question:
When will a LRIT Certificate be issued?
Answer:
On satisfactory completion of a conformance test, the Authorized Testing ASP conducting the test will issue a report to the Administration to support and serve as the basis for the Certificate that will be issued by the Administration to the Shipowner for placing on board their vessel. No additional action is required from the Shipowner once the test has been successfully completed and passed since the test report data is automatically forwarded to the Administration by the authorized testing ASP.

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