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What is Tier III of the IMO NOx regulations?

If Kismet was being launched after 2016, she would need to comply with the regulations.

Put forward by the UN’s International Maritime Organisation, Tier III of the IMO NOx regulations aims to reduce nitrogen oxide emissions (NOx) by approximately 70 per cent compared with the current Tier II standards.

The regulations apply to vessels in North America, the US Caribbean, the Baltic Sea, the North Sea, and all future NOx Emission Control Areas: any boat that might pass through must comply, which basically means all must adopt these regulations.

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