Inland Boatbuilding Association Code of Practice updated

British Marine chose the recent Crick Boat Show to release and publish the updated Inland Boatbuilding Association Code of Practice.

The updated code brings in the changes to the national recreational craft regulations, a set of legal requirements that cover all recreational craft between 2.5m and 24m length, following the UK’s exit from the European Union, along with new updated guidance on hybrid and electric propulsion installations.

Developed by British Marine and the Inland Boatbuilding Association in support of the canal boat industry, the Inland Boatbuilding Code of Practice provides a simplification of the national regulations, referencing not only the approved standards applicable to canal boats but also inland bylaws and historic industry best practice developed from the many years of experience held within the association.

The code can be accessed from the British Marine website.

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