The term law of the sea appears similar to the term maritime law but it has a significantly different meaning maritime law deals with jurisprudence that governs ships and shipping and is concerned with contracts torts and other issues involving private shipping whereas the law of the sea refers to matters of public international law. Law of the sea is a body of international law governing the rights and duties of states in maritime environments it concerns matters such as navigational rights sea mineral claims and coastal waters jurisdiction. The law of the sea is a body of customs treaties and international agreements by which governments maintain order productivity and peaceful relations on the sea noaas nautical charts provide the baseline that marks the inner limit of the territorial sea and the outer limit of internal waters. Law of the sea is a part of the international law pertaining to the rights over high seas it is a body of international law proclaimed by united nations convention and covering a wide range of matters including territorial zones access to and transit on the sea preservation of environment and resolution of international disputes
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