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Sounds like what they do with airplanes here in the states! not fun.

Ok, now that we are off that stupid topic..........

Not sure if that iw what I was looking for....in the mean time, I will save it for a rainy day when the boom is back, and you have something ot hit me with. By the way, we now know why the boom is broken, it must have hit a hard headed inspector!

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Blt, this one is serious.

the certification is like the certification you get there in the US with cars, and they are made to make sure that all EU made boats are built under the "rules"..however..the "rules" are applied from a little Optimist to a tanker, tho whom these serve better.

here a few web pages.

CE Marking: Boat Certification Services

NMMA - CE CERTIFICATION PROGRAM
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I'll drink donkey piss if it was made in Portugal...ok????
One six-pack of Portugese donkey piss coming right up...
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I think one of those links gets to info I was looking for. I have some brochures from jeanneau, Hanse and other european companies, and some of the boats had CE ratings of A8 and9/B10/C10to C14. I was trying to see the meanings of these ratings, and if per chance that was what your boat had to go thru etc.

Again, I was not trying to piss you off, it was more of a what was involved, what it was, ment etc. I think once I have time tonight to go thru the links some more, I will find info. I can see where it could get some one pissed off trying to get it done etc. At least with cars here, you would have to purposely crash 3-6 cars to get them certified! Can you imaging crashing 6 Guilettas? no thanks!

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I know you were not pissing me off...if you don't find what you want let me know, OK?

The boats they don't want to destroy, but instead want to see all stages of construction and will do visits when important structural stuff is made etc.

Its really a pain...during construction the project is controlled, so they make sure if you modify something its safe etc.

Then after the boat is in the water, they run tests, where one of them is to incline the boat up to 70ş and it has to self right (we were excused from this one), etc. Then they issue the DoC (doc of Conformity), mainly a document that says construction was made in conformity with EU regulations, then with this document, the Country of register will do the paper work and registration. Its also the port of register that sends the NAvy to see if all safety gear and equipment (vests, rafts, VHF DSC, EPIRB, etc. are all working and in order), then after 2 weeks...she's yours.
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Look that's all I could get here in my refrigerator...

I would love to have Fat Tyre, but Charlie and Denver are too far away...OK???

Give me a break...I'm a boom-less man....away from home in Colorado.....

I'll drink donkey piss if it was made in Portugal...ok????

Now stop that and sending me photos of weird looking boats, with only one sail.....

Va fanculo
LOL! most amusing GUI! So lets see whats in the fridge!

Fat Tyre is available at ALL the major grocery chains here in So Cal; Von's Ralph's (owned by Kroger) Albertsons, Safeway. Stop shopping at the mini-mart. Altho the Belgum style ale is quite passe here. Our local brewers are putting out some exceptional stuff. The rage of late are West coast style IPA's Double the hops of a "normal IPA...MMMMMMmmmmmmmm.

So how is that imported Donkey piss? I know they have Donkey's in Portugal so you must be drinking it! You cant be refering to the Port prouduced over there as the appellation does'nt contain the word Donkey or for that matter piss. The Fado bars will be singing your eulogy's if you referd to Port that way.

Wish I had some of those great grilled Sardines to go with my beer!

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Why were you excused from the 70˚ tilt test???
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ehehe funny..so have you been to Portugal??

What I meant with the Donkey Piss was that Yesterday I was so home sick, that I would drink donkey piss if it was made in portugal...it was a away to say that anything from Portugal, even monkey piss would make me happy yesterday..altough I had some coffe today here...that I could swear was donkey piss

I never drank donkey piss...but will go and buy some Fat tire tonight!!
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Why were you excused from the 70˚ tilt test???
Long story.

Not "politically correct"
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ehehe funny..so have you been to Portugal??
Yes I have! Had a great time there too! As the storys I can relate are rather off topic and I have some time this am (Pac time) I'll shoot a thread in the OT section.

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