VESSEL EQUIPMENT LIST CLASS 2C. Glossary and Key: to terms and phrases used in the vessel equipment list

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1 GUIDANCE NOTICE VESSEL EQUIPMENT LIST CLASS 2C This Guidance Notice provides details of the Class 2C vessel equipment list required under the National Standard for Commercial Vessels (NSCV). Glossary and Key: to terms and phrases used in the vessel equipment list / or < less than > greater than xxm nm equal to or less than equal to or greater than measured length in metres nautical miles 100% for total complement of vessel (maximum number of passengers and crew permitted) AIS ECS ECDIS GNSS GT LCS MO PA System Automatic Identification System refers to vessels of any length in that class Electronic Chart System Electronic Chart and Display Information System Global Navigation Satellite System Gross Tonnage Limited Coast Station Marine Order Public Address System This list is accurate as at December Please check the current version of the NSCV and maritime legislation, or contact the National Regulator, to confirm current requirements. Australian Maritime Safety Authority, Canberra ACT Australia January 2016 AMSA 697 (1/16) Page 1 of 5

2 Liferafts and rescue boats Inflatable coastal liferafts 100% Survival craft and rescue boats Anti-exposure suit of appropriate size 100% rescue boat crew <25m, unless <15m and level flotation has been fitted as per NSCV Part C Section 6B. 25m as required by sections 33 to 35 of Marine Order 25 (Equipment life-saving) m and continuously engaged on voyages in operational areas with a monthly mean water temperature of 15 C or less Lifebuoys Light and smoke signals are to be self-activating and each lifebuoy supports 2 persons 8 minimum: 2 with lights and smoke signals, 2 with lights and 2 with buoyant lines 6 minimum: 2 with lights and smoke signals, 1 with light and 2 with buoyant lines 4 minimum: 2 with lights and smoke signals and 2 with buoyant lines 60m 45m <60m 25m <45m 2 minimum: 1 with light and 1 with buoyant line 15m <25m 1 minimum with light <15m, unless <10m and carries 1 person only, or <6m and level flotation has been fitted as per NSCV Part C Section 6B. Lifejackets Lifejacket light to be self-activating Coastal-lifejacket with a light 100% Distress signals EPIRB 406MHz Vessels operating >2nm from coast 3 Parachute distress rockets 2 Red hand-held flares 1 Hand-held orange smoke signal Onboard communications and alarm systems General emergency alarm system 25m Australian Maritime Safety Authority, Canberra ACT Australia January 2016 AMSA 697 (1/16) Page 2 of 5

3 Emergency electrical installation and equipment Self-contained source of electrical power, either a dedicated battery or diesel generator, to provide emergency power to all key systems for 3hrs. (See NSCV Part C Section 5B Clause 5.12, 5.13 and Table 1) Temporary emergency power battery (See NSCV Part C Section 5B Clause ) Emergency lighting (See NSCV Part C Section 5B Clause 5.14 and Table 1) Battery-operated torch for 100% crew 25m carrying berthed passengers, except where the emergency generator starts and comes on load automatically 25m or 500GT Navigation equipment Vessels 35m or more in length shall comply with MO 21. Clock (may be included in other navigation equipment) Pair of binoculars fitted with neck strap and carrying case Echo sounder Signalling light International Code flags appropriate to vessel activities Nautical publications ECDIS / ECS / Paper charts and backup for electronics GNSS where plotting equipment (ECDIS, ECS, etc.) is fitted Radar reflector <12m Speed and distance indicator Compass (card 75mm minimum diameter) <10m Compass (card 100mm minimum diameter) 10m <20m Compass (card 125mm minimum diameter) 20m Communication system to emergency steering Australian Maritime Safety Authority, Canberra ACT Australia January 2016 AMSA 697 (1/16) Page 3 of 5

4 Miscellaneous equipment Windlass, anchors and cables (See NSCV Part C Section 7D for anchoring requirements) Sea anchor Hawsers and warps Scale F First Aid Kit as per NSCV Part C Section 7A Annex H Note: GES 2015/01 may also be applicable to vessels operating in C, D or E waters HF Radio/HF Radio with DSC/Satellite communication system/satellite telephone VHF Radio/VHF Radio with DSC Current edition of the Marine VHF Radio Operators Handbook Current edition of the Marine Radio Operators Handbook Navigation lights, day shapes and flags as per the Prevention of Collision at Sea Regulations (MO 30) <10m, unless capable of anchoring in deep water when operating beyond LCS areas of coverage 7.5m Sound signal <12m Whistle Bell (300mm minimum diameter) Gong Rudder angle indicator Collar repair kit and air pump Bilge pumps (see Table 1) Approved safe means of access (See NSCV Part C Section Clause 6.16 and Table 33) 7.5m when operating beyond LCS areas of coverage 12m 20m 100m 15m Inflatables/RIBs Note: For Fire Fighting Equipment complying with the NSCV, please refer to the NSCV Part C Section 4 Australian Maritime Safety Authority, Canberra ACT Australia January 2016 AMSA 697 (1/16) Page 4 of 5

5 Table 1: Bilge Pumps Manual pumps with discharge capacity Power pumps with discharge capacity Measured length of vessel Number Capacity in kilolitre/hour Number Capacity in kilolitre/hour < 5m Bailing bucket acceptable for open boats provided the bilge is readily accessible 5m < 7.5m m < 10m m <12.5m m < 17.5m m < 20m m < 25m m < 35m Further Information For a copy of the National Standard for Commercial Vessels, please visit Alternatively, contact AMSA, by phone: or Australian Maritime Safety Authority, Canberra ACT Australia January 2016 AMSA 697 (1/16) Page 5 of 5

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