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Old 16 November 2014, 19:44   #1
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Safety Equipment for coded ribs

Hi Guys,

Been searching and not got very far.

Can any of you point me in the direction of where I can find a list of the required safety equipment for ribs coded to cat 3R and cat 4 please.

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Old 16 November 2014, 20:06   #2
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Have you looked at MGN 280?
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There is a he'll of a lot on 280 that is irrelevant to Rib coding, one easier way is link into websites for Ocean Safety or Adec and ask them for lists. They will try to sell you everything and some not actually needed , once you have list check with your surveyor exactly what you need. I will look up as May have lists on PDFs
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Sammo pm me your email. I have several PDFs for Cat 4 and 3R I can send you
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If your RIB is going to be used for Advanced Powerboat training then the following link may be of interest.


http://www.rya.org.uk/SiteCollection...0checklist.pdf
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Safety Equipment for coded ribs

I see it says fixed steering compass, no mention of a deviation card? Does it have to be swung for RYA.?
Also believed that RYA training boats used on advanced had to be coded and that list does not do coding justice . The RYA should just need to see an in date coding certificate from one of the authorities
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Hi Sammo,

As Ian has said the simplest way is to ask Ocean Safety or Adec to quote.
They will only need to know which category and number of persons you are looking at.

Obviously there may be some boat/system items requiring modification or upgrade and your surveyor should be able to advise.
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Thanks for all your help guys, I will look into all these
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I see it says fixed steering compass, no mention of a deviation card? Does it have to be swung for RYA.?
Also believed that RYA training boats used on advanced had to be coded and that list does not do coding justice . The RYA should just need to see an in date coding certificate from one of the authorities
HI Ian

The RYA list is intended for all centres globally. Separately a UK flagged vessel would also have to comply with MCA coding. At an RYA centre inspection the inspector will ask to see an in date coding certificate but he will prefer to devote time to inspecting the boat and its equipment as well
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sort of get what you say Doug, but why does boat need another inspection when the vessel is coded. The RYA document posted outlined a load of unneccesary checks when sammo asked about RIBs. The RYA list also does not cover the detail that surveyors like Searider complete for our coding requirements and unless I am wrong the RYA inspectors are not coding surveyors which is why I posted the RYA appear to do unnecessary checks at schools expense?
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