RRG Categorie: Regulations for charter boats

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  • Japan – Regulations for charter boats

    Under the Domestic Law, operators of charter boats, carrying of 12 passengers or less, are required to register the company name, ship name, etc.and to be in compliance with ship’s safety management system as well. Seafarers on board of a ship more than 5GT are required to have additional lectures of securing passenger safety and to join social insurance for seafares.

  • Estonia – Regulations for charter boats

    Watercraft with an overall length of 2.5 to 24 metres that are used for organising recreational voyages for a fee or that are hired for recreational voyages, who does not carry over 12 passengers is defined as usual “recreational craft” no specific requirements apply. For water craft carrying over 12 passengers for fee, the same requirements apply as for “passenger ships” Maritime Safety Act: https://www.riigiteataja.ee/en/eli/ee/517062021002/consolide/current

  • Singapore – Regulations for charter boats


  • Hong Kong – Regulations for charter boats


  • United Kingdom – Regulations for charter boats

    Maritime and Coastguard Agency MGN 280 https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/mgn-280-small-vessels-in-comm…, special rules for vessel deliveryies, sea trials and other operations of recreational vessels in temporary commercial operation https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/intended-pleasure-vessels-ipv…