(1) Sections 1 to 7, Part II and sections 86 to 91 do not apply to a person employed as a seaman in a ship registered in the United Kingdom under a crew agreement the provisions and form of which are of a kind approved by the Secretary of State [or an agreement specified in regulations under section 32(a) of the Merchant Shipping Act 1995].
(2) Sections 8 to 10, Part III, sections 44, 45, 47, [47C, [47E,] [47F,] 50 to 57B] and 61 to 63, [Parts [VIA,] VII, VIII and VIIIA], sections 92 and 93 and . . . [Part X] do not apply to employment as master, or as a member of the crew, of a fishing vessel where the employee is remune
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