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Old 18 January 2005, 13:31   #1
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Charter/Coding in Norway

There is no official standard regarding RIB Charter in Norway. Next summer we will operate 4 Tornado 750 and one 850, with 10 passagers pr boat, in the Oslofjord. Aiming at the incentive/event market we want to set a standard in safety and skills. We have been in contact with the Norwegian dept. for these matters, but they have no demands on the standard of the boat or the skipper.

Is there anybody that would be kind enough to make a list of safety equipment, standard on the boats /skipper similar to the the British Coding system ?
( Have been to the mcga.gov site without getting any smarter )

We will also try to use this in a dialog with the Norwegian dept, aiming to get a official Norwegian coding system.

Thanks !



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Old 18 January 2005, 14:29   #2
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Coding - Norway?

Roy,

This is the link to the code on the MCA website:

https://mcanet.mcga.gov.uk/public/c4...%20Annex_1.pdf

It's about 140 pages but worth printing out and having a read.
Don't even try to make sense of it on screen!

Hope this helps.
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Old 18 January 2005, 15:03   #3
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Thanks.
Downloaded all the pages of the document. Guess I have a lot of hours with studying ahead. Anobody that got a simplyfied summary? After all, here it is a non byrocratic that will try to make rules suited to inshore charter ribbing.
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Old 18 January 2005, 16:05   #4
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Contact the Swedish Sjöfartsverket because the rumours in Swe says that rules in Norway will be similiar to the ones in Swe, but thats offcourse only a rumour and i dont know if its right.
We have very good rules for inshore charter up to 12 passangers.
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Old 18 January 2005, 18:45   #5
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Coding eq

Go to our site at www.quinquari.co.uk and you will find under standard specification a list of equipment supplied as standard for coding.

There are some additional points relative to constrution scantlings, operations and testing etc and if you wish I can e-mail you a concise form.

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Old 19 January 2005, 04:46   #6
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Send a message via MSN to Action Man
look on the web for the book...

The Safety of Small Commercial Motor Vessels - A Code of Practice

produced by the MCA @ 12.50

ISBN 0-11-551185-7

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Old 20 January 2005, 06:55   #7
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Go to our site at www.quinquari.co.uk and you will find under standard specification a list of equipment supplied as standard for coding.

There are some additional points relative to constrution scantlings, operations and testing etc and if you wish I can e-mail you a concise form.

Cheers

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I will really appriciate if you mailed it to me at tbs@tbs-hurum.no.
Been reading your web-site. I'm much impressed by the products and philosophy of your company !



Petrov ! Sendt a mail to sjøfartsdiriktoratet the other day, hope they will take some time and help establishing some guidelines for us.

Thanks to all !

Roy
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Old 25 February 2005, 22:59   #8
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Aiming at the incentive/event market
I sometimes use this sort of incentive scheme. Do you have a website or brochure?

Thanks, Brendan
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Old 26 February 2005, 06:09   #9
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Hi, Our program is only in Norwegian, but I mail it to you ( pdf ) if you want.
My web is only in Norwegian, but if you wantto hav a look its www.tbs-hurum.no

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Old 26 February 2005, 08:08   #10
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....We will also try to use this in a dialog with the Norwegian dept, aiming to get a official Norwegian coding system...
Why? Enjoy your freedom while you have it!
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