SPECIAL PROVISIONS RELATING TO SPECIAL TRADE PASSENGER SHIPS
Substitution of ships
291. Notwithstanding anything contained in section 289 or 290, where any ship which has been advertised under sub section (3) of section 289, for the conveyance of pilgrims has been or is likely to be delayed beyond the advertised date of departure or proceeding on voyage, the owner or agent may, with the permission in writing of the Government, substitute for it any other ship which is capable of carrying not less than the same number of each class, and where the ship is substituted with such permission, the advertisement shall be deemed to have been made in respect of the ship so substituted, and all the provisions of those sections shall apply accordingly in respect of such ship.
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