MCA small commercial vessel code of practice – yellow and blue codes

MCA small commercial vessel code of practice - yellow and blue codes first draft review underway
MCA small commercial vessel code of practice – yellow and blue codes first draft review underway

The British Marine Technical team, working with the RYA, has completed the first drafting of the review of the SCV technical specifications as laid down in MGN 280, the Code of Practice for the construction, machinery, stability, operation, manning and examination of small commercial vessels less than 24m load line length that carry 12 or fewer passengers.

This draft can be found on the British Marine website for those companies or individuals who wish to read through and provide feedback on the proposed text. The cut-off date for comments is 5 October 2015. All comments will be compiled and a Working Group of interested parties will then be asked to take part in a one or two day meetings at Marine House at the end of October, prior to the first draft being submitted to the MCA for discussion.

As with all consultations, British Marine is asking its interested members to take the time to review the document and send any comments they may have to the Technical team. This review is an excellent opportunity to provide the MCA with the industry’s position.

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