Safety Instructions

Safety Instructions


1. These instructions apply for the following vessel:
Zille-1 of Juelsminde

Jupiter 40

call signal OX 2853

MMSI nr. 219006348
2. Identification of rescuer:
Bjarne Knudsen
Jenlevej 6, Ny Højen
7100 Vejle

3. Maritime activities
Fishing expedition with a maximum of 12 passengers.
Passenger service with a maximum of 12 passengers.
Sea hunting with a maximum of 12 passengers.
The trips will start, at the earliest, 30 minutes before sunrise and end, at latest, one hour after
The trips will primarily start from Juelsminde as the basic port as well as from the
surrounding harbors.
Prior to each sailing, the weather conditions will be inspected to ensure that they allow for
safe sailing.

4. Identification of risks
During sailing, there is a risk of falling/trembling.
During sailing, there is a risk of getting seasick.
When the vessel is floating during fishing, there is a great risk of rough sea (waves and
When sailing on sea, there is a risk of cool weather. Fire on board

5. Undertakings to avoid risks
During sailing to and from fishing sites, the audience is kindly asked to remain calm and not
subject oneself and others to unnecessary danger (e.g. from falling). During sailing, there is a
risk of getting seasick. It is recommended that you, if you know that you are prone to
seasickness, take a pill before sailing. Should you fall overboard, the crew has carefully
practiced procedures to rescue you. The vessel has MOB equipment onboard. Should you fall
overboard, please remain calm on the surface of the sea and avoid unnecessary movement. Do
not start to swim. Instead, please wait for a lifebuoy and lifeline to be provided. To avoid
exhaustion, please take the lifebuoy under your arms and remain calm. Do not panic and wait
for rescue by the MOB equipment onboard. Fire on board: Crew and passengers gather on the aft deck. The captain then decides what to do.

6. Description of vessel and equipment
The vessel is built of fiberglass and is 12 meter long and 4 meter wide. It reaches a depth of 2
meter and sails, at cruising speed, approximately 10 knots. The vessel is intended for
transport of people, recreational fishing, trolling, sea hunting etc.
Equipment on board:
You will find safety jackets and life rafts on board. The vessel is equipped with MOB
equipment consisting of a safety net, a safety harness and a crane on the deck. Furthermore,
the vessel is equipped with a medicine chest C.

7. Demands for passengers
As an on board passenger, you must comply with the instructions set forth by the crew at all
You must be sober prior to as well as during sailing.
You must be ready to provide assistance in case of an emergency.
You must familiarize yourself with the location of life-saving appliances.
You must try to stay calm and provide assistance in case of an emergency.

8. The crewmembers and their respective competences
The crew consists of at least 2 individuals: the captain and a deck hand. The captain has
completed several courses in navigation, maritime competency, radio communication, safety
at sea, first aid, treatment of diseases via Radio Medical (Sønderborg Hospital) as well as a
health check-up at a maritime medical doctor.
The deck hand has close to the same competencies as the captain, and is also qualified in
keeping lookout. It is not required that the deck hand has completed the aforementioned
courses. However, he must have passed a health check-up at a maritime medical doctor.
Safety instructions

9. Operative precautions which must be complied with by crew and passengers
The maritime activities will always take place during the day. Night navigation will never
occur. To a large extent, the sailings will start from Juelsminde Harbor as well as from the
surrounding harbors and fiords. Sailings may also start from the Kattegat and Skagerak and
with a maximum of 25 leagues from the closest coast.
Sailings will take place year round and primarily during the summer months. However, sea
hunting will primarily take place in the winter half of the year. The vessel allows for a max on
board capacity of 12 paying guests, and with a minimum of two crewmembers.

10. Precautions guaranteeing that everyone can be rescued in case of an emergency
The crew has undergone extensive practice in sea rescue in the event of capsizing, high and
dry, collision, fire, and man overboard etc. In case of any of the aforementioned events, all
passengers will be provided with life jackets. In case of need, the life raft will be launched, and
it is the responsibility of the crew to make sure everyone can be rescued in all of the
aforementioned events.

11. Precautions to ensure that assistance from land and surrounding vessels can be called for
at all times
During all of the aforementioned events such as fire, high and dry, capsizing, and sickness,
there can be initiated radio contact to rescue stations on land (Lyngby Radio, Radio Medical)
as well as all surrounding ships capable of assisting in case of emergency.
It is also possibly to call for assistance via cell phones by dialing 112.

12. Precautions to ensure that information about the number of people on board is known
and stored ashore where it is easily accessible in case of a rescue operation.
Any sailing is registered in the ship’s log as well as ashore with information about the number
of passengers on board. The information is stored at the shipping company on tlf.

13. Precautions to ensure that there will always be given safety instructions to all onboard
passengers before sailing.
All onboard passengers will always – irrespective of their potential familiarity with maritime
activity – receive careful oral instructions in the procedures onboard. Safety measures
onboard Zille-1 will appear on the vessel’s website under “Safety instructions” as well as on a
poster onboard the vessel.
Before each sailing, the name of the crewmember responsible for conveying the safety
instructions will be written in the ship’s log.

14. Precautions describing the follow-up measures in case of unintended events and
Unintended events and accidents will be written in the ship’s log after each sailing.
Subsequently, the log entry is evaluated by the master mariner and the crew. In case of doubt,
the Danish maritime authority will be contacted.
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Your crew