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Old 12 November 2004, 08:34   #21
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When was this published Simon as i have not seen any paperwork on it yet and thought it was going to be finalised at the Principals Conference.
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Old 12 November 2004, 08:55   #22
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When was this published Simon as i have not seen any paperwork on it yet and thought it was going to be finalised at the Principals Conference.
Tim was published th 10th November.
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Old 12 November 2004, 12:01   #23
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cheers, got it now
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Old 13 November 2004, 07:00   #24
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No doubt covered many times but as everything keeps changing......

What is the minimum that is needed to be able to take people out on commercial trips in a RIB???
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Old 13 November 2004, 12:53   #25
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It's all in this forum you just gotta look
depends on what you want to do , and where you operate from also
Minimum could be a boatmans license and boat license for local stuff ie Solent and fully MCA coded if you want to go abit further and commercial endorsements on your tickets.The biggest thing required is experience , as well as all the other bits of paper IMHO but have a look through this forum it should answer all if not most of your questions
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If you want a copy of the new manning requirements for coding please e mail me and I will forward a copy to you Codprawn.
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Old 16 November 2004, 11:42   #27
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I am still confused.
I have an Advanced ticket from some years ago.
Does this mean that if I get it endorsed before the end of the year I do not need to do anything else?
Or if I try to get the ticket endorsed after 1st jan I need to sit an exam?
Or does the exam requirement only apply to advanced tickets taken after 1st Jan? and older ones still don't need the exam to be taken to be endorsed?
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Old 16 November 2004, 12:20   #28
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Yes you can get your ticket endorsed for commercial work as you acheived
your Advanced Powerboat prior to Jan 2005 when the new rules re commercial endorsement come into effect .It is only those going for commercial endorsement from Jan 2005 who do not already have their Advanced that the new rules apply to. You will need to attend a sea survival course and ML5 medical form and off you go.Hope this helps
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