Rules for vessels captainsí guide.
1. While arranging arrival / sailing formalities it is necessary:
a) to present the immigration servicemen a crew list (3 copies) and passports of crew members for their photo and document identification;
b) to declare the persons not included into the crew list as well as the objects prohibited to be brought in the Ukraine (weapons, drugs, explosives, porno materials). During the identification all crewmembers except the captain are to stay in their cabins until this procedure is completed.
2. The formalities and documents control being over shore passes will be arranged. It is prohibited to leave the vessel until the passports are handed over back to her crewmembers.
3. The passes substituting the passports will be issued to every crew member by a frontier guard at the port control gate No 1.
4. Master of the vessel is allowed to use his passport without getting a pass.
5. Coming back aboard the vessel crew members are to return the passes. Their own passports will be given instead of them.
6. Going into and out from the port territory is allowed only through the exit gate specially organized for foreigners.
7. Control over the persons not being members of the crew staying aboard the vessel is imposed on her administration. On wish of the master and for additional payment vessel can be guarded by the immigration service. Master is to officially apply for this via agency.
8. Control over the visitors aboard the vessel during her stay in Mariupol is carried out by the immigration servicemen. Upon their demands You are to summon for control all the visitors staying aboard Your vessel.
9. During staying at the port it is prohibited:
- to take on/off board objects, to embark/disembark people without immigration control;
- to disregard predetermined route from the vessel to the control gate; to be on the territory of the port not related to the vessel's staying;
- to make' photos;
- to hand over documents or passes to other persons;
- to distract the frontier guards at the vessel from fulfilling their services (to initiate talks, to pass objects etc.);
- to hide persons and objects aboard the vessel from immigration or other type of control;
- to stay ashore more than 24 hours.