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Old 29 September 2010, 04:20   #11
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Originally Posted by Doug Stormforce View Post
Both tickets are used throughout the small commercial vessel codes (MGN 280, harmonised code). This code covers craft up to 24m.

The YM Offshore also allows you to skipper vessel under 200 tonnes coded under that large yacht code, however a number of other requirements kick in as well.

It is not a case of the 24m endorsement no longer exsits, it was never an endorsement.
Didn't it used to be 24m OR 200 grt, (whichever the larger)?

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