CERTIFICATES AND DECLARATIONS
(1) The Master of the vessel shall submit
to the Canal authority's Officials on arrival the list or the manifest or the stowage plan
for the dangerous goods placed in the vessel signed by the ship owners and/or their
representatives and approved by an official authority of the port of loading and includes
(a) The chemical name and the quantities of the dangerous goods classified in accordance
to International Maritime Dangerous Good.
(b) The substances groups.
(c) Certificate of complying with cargo requirements.
(d) The flash point for inflammable substances in degrees centigrade, if applicable.
(2) Further, the Master of the vessel must furnish a signed Suez Canal declaration which
will be handed to him by the pilot when he comes on board.