Tanur boat tragedy: Police inspect Beypore port office

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Tanur: The Areekode police inspected the Beypore port office on Wednesday after the Tanur boat accident following instructions from the Malappuram District Police Chief. A team comprising CI M Abbas Ali and CPOs Sanoop, Vinod, Anila and Sisith examined the files of tourist boats and other watercrafts and information was collected from senior port conservator VV Prasad.

Boat owners can apply for registration of vessels with the Beypore port Senior Port Conservator's office. The registration application will then be forwarded to the registering authority, the Alappuzha Port Officer, who will appoint a surveyor to inspect the boat. Upon receipt of the survey report, the registration certificate will be issued. It should be noted, however, that the 'Atlantic' boat, which was involved in the Tanur accident, did not have a registration certificate.

The Beypore Port Senior Port Conservator is also responsible for the Ponnani Port.

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