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- noun A form of
passportpermitting a neutral shipto traverse a blockadein wartime.
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You may see the papers-alle, alle, including the navicert which is supposed to make me free from these delays. "
Angrily he signalled back: "Have navicert, therefore no examination necessary."
On last voyage was forced to jettison 600 tons of rubber at Weymouth, British contraband control port, following navicert trouble.
For the last two voyages he had had a navicert issued in New York, but that did not prevent the British from stopping his ship for further inspections.
From this date neutral shippers were advised to obtain a navicert or certificate from British consular officials.
I asked him what he thought of the suggestion by some senators that we begin using such tactics as "blacklisting" and reinforcement of the navicert controls that had been used in World Wars I and II, against some of the smaller nations which now oppose us.