Additional safety equipment for units without CE mark

EQUIPMENT

No limits

Up to 50 miles

Up to 12 miles

Up to 6 miles

Up to 3 mile

Up to 1 mile

Up to 300 mt.

Rivers and streams

Pump or other draining tools

O

O

 

 

 

 

 

 

Anti-fire means – fire extinguishers, see Table 1 (f)

(for every person on board)

 

 

O

 

 

 

 

 

 

Engine power

Quantity and extinguishing capacity

Up to 25 hp

1 fire extinguisher, with capacity 13B

Between 25 and 200 hp

1 fire extinguisher, with capacity 21B

More than 200 hp

1 fire extinguisher, with capacity 34B

Fire extinguishers for boats from 12 miles to no limit and for recreational ships

Engine power

Quantity - extinguishing capacity - Position

Up to 25 hp

1 13B fire extinguisher in the bridge or piloting house; 1 13B fire extinguisher near the engine; 1 13B fire extinguisher in each other space or group of adjacent rooms

Between 25 and 100 hp

1 13B fire extinguisher in the bridge or piloting house; 1 21B fire extinguisher near the engine; 1 13B fire extinguisher in each other space or group of adjacent rooms

Between 100 and 200 hp

1 13B fire extinguisher in the bridge or piloting house; 1 21B fire extinguisher near the engine; 1 13B fire extinguisher in each other space or group of adjacent rooms

Between 200 and 400 hp

1 13B fire extinguisher in the bridge or piloting house; 1 21B and 1 13B fire extinguishers near the engine; 1 13B fire extinguisher in each other space or group of adjacent rooms

Between 400 and 500 hp

1 13B fire extinguisher in the bridge or piloting house; 1 34 and 1 21B fire extinguishers near the engine; 1 13B fire extinguisher in each other space or group of adjacent rooms

More than 500 hp

1 13B fire extinguisher in the bridge or piloting house; 2 34B fire extinguishers near the engine; 1 13B fire extinguisher in each other space or group of adjacent rooms

Fire extinguishers on board of recreational units must be homologated. A periodical inspection is not required. However, each fire extinguisher must be stored and kept in good condition and, where displayed, the charge indicator must be in the green zone (charged). The alphabetical class (A, B, C, D) describes the fire class the fire extinguisher is suitable to be used for. On recreational units, fire extinguishers from fire class A or C are also suitable, provided that they're homologated for the fire class B as well. The number before the letter denotes the extinguishing power. An higher number means a more powerful capacity; the capacity displayed in the tables is the minimal required. For units with CE mark, fire extinguishers are already placed on board and noted in the owner manual.