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Old 22 March 2004, 06:18   #21
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Has the RYA brokered an exeption from RCD/CE comliance?
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Old 22 March 2004, 06:20   #22
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The boats in question, are they to be used for charter? if not for what purpose?
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so this statment from Ian is wrong then?

Pro Sports can be CE marked but as all four of ours are coded to MCGA Yellow Code there is no need. If a rib was purchased as a leisure vessel it would be CE marked if required.
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Ians ribs are classed as work boats ie used in the commercial sector, rib rides and charter, cargo, because thats the way he baught them for commercial enterprise, if purchased for the leisure market they can be ce marked and they would have to be ce marked for them to be sold in the eu different rules so no Ians statement is correct see pm
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Old 22 March 2004, 06:40   #27
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so this from the guide is wrong then?

It is specified that chartered, i.e. hired, recreational craft are covered by the Directive, as are
recreational craft used for recreational boating training. In both cases, the activity is not a
commercial passenger transport activity but one for sports or leisure purposes.
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no ian has purchased a workboat what he uses it for is up to him
in relation to his business
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so you can ignore the RCD/CE marking as it is up to you what you want to use the boat for?
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no! yellow code is MCGA code of practice for the safety of small commercial motor vessels and it applies to motor vessels in commercial use in support of sport or pleasure that are less than 24 metres load line length and do not carry more than 12 passengers.
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