Indian Ship Reporting System for Search and Rescue (INDSAR)

Indian Ship Reporting System for Search and Rescue (INDSAR)

Indian Ship Reporting System for Search and Rescue (INDSAR)



Origin and Purpose:

An advanced computerised system, established in 2003 by the Indian Coast Guard (ICG), designed to contribute to safety of life at sea in the Indian Search and Rescue Region (ISRR).



Participation:



*Mandatory for all Indian-flagged vessels of 100 GRT or more including sailing and fishing vessels engaged in international and domestic routes.

*Indian Government encourages foreign vessels of 300 GRT and above to participate voluntarily.

*All vessels of 100 GRT and above irrespective of flag, carrying nuclear or inherently dangerous or noxious substances or materials are encouraged to participate.

*All vessels more than 20 years old, irrespective of flag.



Types of General Reports:

Sailing Plan (SP); Position Report (PR); Deviation Report (DR); Final Report (FR)

Source of information: Indian Maritime Safety and Security Chart 5010

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