Yes! Here’s how to read this Lloyd’s classification: ✠100A1 SSC Yacht Mono (P) G6, (✠) LMC, UMS, CCS
✠ This means that the ship was built under special survey.
100 Means it is a steel ship (‘will last 100 years”) fit for sea-going service.
A Means the ship has been built into class in accordance with Lloyd’s Register’s Rules and Regulations, the ship is maintained in good and efficient condition.
1 Means that the ship has onboard anchoring and mooring equipment in good and efficient condition.
SSC Means Special Service Craft which is the category into which the ship has been classified by Lloyd’s.
(P) Means that the yacht is built in accordance with SOLAS 1974 for subdivision and fire protection, detection, and extinction in passenger ships not carrying more than 36 passengers.
Mono Is the type of Special Service Craft, mono-hulled yacht.
G6 Means Service Group 6, the yacht has no service area restriction and is “ocean-going”.
LMC Is Lloyd’s Machinery Certificate meaning that the machinery has been installed and tested under Lloyd’s special survey.
UMS Means Unmanned Machinery Space. The control engineering equipment has been arranged, installed and tested in accordance with Lloyd’s rules permitting the craft to be operated with the machinery spaces unattended.
CCS Means Centralized Control Station, the control engineering equipment has been arranged, installed, and tested in accordance to Lloyd’s rules. The yacht may be operated with continuous supervision from a centralized control station, normally wheelhouse.