Australian Recreational Craft Scantling Standard?

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  1. TANSL
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    TANSL Senior Member

    I do not know anything about the Finnish nor the Australian rules, for that I can not comment but there are always economic reasons behind most human activities. Even so, ISO standards have come to fill a gap in maritime legislation for vessels under 24 m in LH, which is to be grateful.
    ISO 12215-1 applies to recreational craft, but attention, ISO 12215-5 applies to all boats (recreational or not) within 2,5 and 24 m in LH. The reason for this? I do not know.
     

  2. lmj
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    lmj New Member

    Is this perhaps what you are referring to...
    Sorry about the Finnish. The new proposal is ofcourse the work we have talked about...
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