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Autonomous systems Cyber risks and seaworthiness

Autonomous systems Cyber risks and seaworthiness

Paul Dean,
1 Henry Clack2 and Astrid Ainley3

5.1 Introduction

Seaworthiness is an ancient concept which is relevant for a number of aspects of maritime law, including charterparties, bills of lading and marine insurance. Breach by a shipowner of its obligations to provide a seaworthy vessel can have significant consequences, including potential liability to both charterers and cargo owners and the loss of insurance coverage.

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