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Old 26 March 2010, 04:42   #21
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umm, not sure about no petrol on board, you couldn't run a wing engine without it, in a fixed tank maybe?, they change the rules every week by the sounds of it.
thinking about it there has got to be more to it than that otherwise you couldn't code an outboard boat
Thats what I was thinking, I know some charter boats have a 12v genny on board but don't know if you can code these differently?
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Old 26 March 2010, 17:01   #22
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Outboards allowed.

Inboard petrols not allowed.
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Old 26 March 2010, 17:08   #23
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So what would a 30ft survey boat need for working say within 30 miles of a safe haven as I know of one carries a petrol genny and it must be coded?
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Perhaps the generator wasn't on board at the time of the inspection.

Maybe it's installed on the open deck and not in the boat and the Owner asked for it to be assessed as "equivalent" to an outboard installation.
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Perhaps the generator wasn't on board at the time of the inspection.

Maybe it's installed on the open deck and not in the boat and the Owner asked for it to be assessed as "equivalent" to an outboard installation.
So it's fine to have one installed on the deck?
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Old 27 March 2010, 02:25   #26
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there's still something not quite right here, i know of charter boats with petrol jet ski's and sports boats on, i've got a tender on my rib with a 2hp merc and i'm cat 3
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Will need a nice big alternator and a 12 volt fridge as no petrol inboard engines allowed on coded boats.

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Maybe it's installed on the open deck and not in the boat and the Owner asked for it to be assessed as "equivalent" to an outboard installation.
I'm confused too, has any got a copy of the section which is relevent?
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Old 27 March 2010, 04:58   #28
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None of those are inboard petrols as the main motive power which I believe is the requirement.
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I'm confused too, has any got a copy of the section which is relevent?
its a public document and a quick use of the search tool will bring you the bits about petrol... http://mcga.gov.uk/c4mca/mgn_280.pdf

MGN280 s7.3 is the petrol outboards only bit and 7.6 covers petrol genny's etc and 7.7 covers storage of fuel.
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its a public document and a quick use of the search tool will bring you the bits about petrol... http://mcga.gov.uk/c4mca/mgn_280.pdf

MGN280 s7.3 is the petrol outboards only bit and 7.6 covers petrol genny's etc and 7.7 covers storage of fuel.
nothing in there about storing ice cream,,,,, YET!
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