Re: Inflatable PFD's - Forwarded
Eric Kozowski (email@example.com)
Fri Mar 20 23:35:14 1998
>I may have dated myself. When a vessel is carrying passengers for hire, (and
>all sea scout vessels that I have been involved with were certificated under
>subchapter T) they must have 1 adult sized type I pfd for each passenger that
>the vessel is certified to carry.
>In addition the vessel must carry at least 10% of that amount in child sized
>type I pfd's, or 1 child sized PFD for each person weighing under 90 pounds,
>whichever is greater.
>In addition subchapter T allows for the carriage of type II III IV and V
I knew that this was the case for subchapter T, but i don't think it's the
case for subchapter C (unispected vessels).
>I will double check in subchapter C (the rules for uninspected vessels) to
>make a better informed recommendation for vessels that wish to only carry.
I'm pretty sure you'll find that it just specifies a uscg type 1, 2 or 3
for each passenger/crew.
>And for Eric from the City of Roses is Pat Kelly still involved with the
>program? He used to be a reserve CG officer augmenting the CGC WHITEBUSH in
>Astoria when I was there.
Yep and he's on this list. firstname.lastname@example.org
Skipper, SSS601 "City of Roses"
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