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Old 16 September 2012, 16:03   #11
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In principle if you have a British flagged vessel, then it underlies the British rules meaning tat your British qualification is fine. Sometimes the local authorities do not see/ understand this, but those are the rules.
It is not as simple as that. The STCW Manila Amendment contains the rule that an administration may require foreign flagged vessels that operate out of a foreign port must comply with both, the flag state rules and the rules of the port state.

Several European Countries make excessive use of this rule.
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Old 16 September 2012, 16:05   #12
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Several European Countries make excessive use of this rule.
Ireland for one!
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Old 17 September 2012, 02:35   #13
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Working in France

To update everyone
Our cabin RIB was coded SCV2 Cat 3 by Mecal
It has twin petrol engines.
We applied to MCA Ships register Part 1 and this went through.
OK there were a few answers to find but this was our first attempt

The RIB is currently flying a red ensign, working in France without issue.

Be encouraged

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Old 17 September 2012, 11:31   #14
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Outboard petrol engine boat no problem. Inboard petrol would need special approval From MCA.
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Lots of classic Ribnet half truths in this thread.

The problem is the MCA dont like petrol boats for Cat 2 and above, ie when passengers will be sleeping on board.

No problem with inboard or outboard for lower catogories
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