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BS EN ISO 12217-1:2017
Convenor, I refer to the version of ISO -3, and ISO requires boats to be stable or 122217-1, and to carry crew when swamped. To be honest, until today I did not know about the version, nor did I work it through. Log in or Sign up. If so then at least one boat should have been capsized and re-righted by the crew alone What were the circumstances of the capsize?
ISO 12217 1 ( 1)
In order to respond properly can you please describe the boat to which you refer? Richard WoodsOct 15, Your name or email address: Non-sailing boats of hull length greater than or equal to 6 m Status: Does it have any form of decking or cabin? You must log in or sign up to reply here. ABoatGuyFeb 26, I suppose that did improve the swamped boat stability and crew carrying properties but I think that this at the same time completely ruined the previous capsize recovery ability.
And at the same time, the standard does not force the builder or manufacturer to carry out any practical capsize recovery testing prior to marking their boats “D” or “C”.
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Richard, this thread is about ISOand I do not want it go off topic discussing this particular accident, weather conditions and what the crew may or may not have done wrong.
Given the data above I will respond in more detail. Claus RiepeOct 14, We are debugging the first version we have made, the and checking their interest in the market. This website is best viewed with browser version of up to Microsoft Internet Explorer 8 or Firefox 3.
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Depending on public acceptance, we will launch the latest version of ISO-2 and As this 21217-1 a fatal accident, there is a public investigation under way, and sooner or later the official findings will be made public. Boat turtles, all three together cannot right her again, crew has a lucky escape swimming to a rock, skipper stays with upturned hull and dies.
AlikFeb 27, Rabah Apr 9, Forum posts represent the experience, opinion, and view of individual users. Claus, regarding capsize recovery test, I think any 6m dinghy is almost impossible to recover by crew of Loading conditions for ISO pavelDec 19,in forum: This note is to advise you all that this standard, first published inhas just been fully revised and will be republished very soon.
Accept and continue Is more about izo cookies we use and how to change your settings. Your circumstances or experience may be different. When you get 12217–1 copy, if you have any queries I would be happy to try and answer them. ConvenorOct 14, Non-sailing boats of hull length greater than or equal to 6 m. I believe that boats used for children should pass this recovery test; other boats should have it as option only.
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