Survival craft means a craft capable of sustaining the lives of persons in distress after abandoning the unit on which they were carried. The term includes lifeboats and liferafts, but does not include rescue boats.
Source: Mobile Offshore Drilling Units, 46 CFR 107-109 (2013). Regulations
Survival craft has the same meaning as defined in SOLAS regulation III/3.
Source: IMO Resolution A.1023(26), Code for the Construction and Equipment of Mobile Offshore Drilling Units (2009 MODU Code), 2009. Global Standards
Craft capable of sustaining the lives of persons in it from the time of abandoning the installation.
Source: ISO 15544:2000, Petroleum and natural gas industries – Offshore production installations – Requirements and guidelines for emergency. Global Standards
Survival craft is a craft capable of sustaining the lives of persons in distress from the time of abandoning the ship. <Chapter III, Part A, regulation 3>.
Source: IMO Resolution MSC.47(66), adoption of amendments to the International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS), 1974, 4 June 1996, International Maritime Organization. Legislation