Which class of vessel must have type iv us coast guard approved pfd?
The class of vessel must be 16 ft or longer to be US Coast Guard approved.
The Coast Guard is required to assist a vessel aground when the vessel or crew are in immediate danger. Read More
Yes, if the boat is under coast guard jurisdiction, or some other place that has adopted coast-guard regulations for fire extinguishers, then any REQUIRED fire extinguisher aboard must be coast-guard approved and labelled accordingly. Read More
The Coast Guard requires that a class B-1 Coast Guard approved portable fire extinguisher in working condition be aboard every PWC Read More
When the grounded vessel or crew is in immediate danger. Read More
Yes, under US and Canadian Coast Guard regulations, any vessel having an inboard engine (or an outboard with any closed compartments aboard) must have at least one Class B portable extinguisher, i.e., a USCG-approved B-I. Read More
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A personal water craft operator must follow U.S. Coast Guard rules and regulations, because they are considered a Class A motor vessel. The Coast Guard rules and regulations are set by the United States Code (USC) which are the codified laws set in place by Congress. Read More
By law what age boater must wear a US Coast Guard approved PFD at all times while underway on the open deck of any vessel?
children under the age of seven years old Read More
Documentation with the U.S. Coast Guard Read More
When boating what age children are required to wear a US Coast Guard approved PFD when on deck and underway?
Children under 16 are required to have a Coast Guard approved, properly fitted Personal Flotation Device (PFD) at all times while underway on recreational craft. Read More
Everyone on board a PWC must wear a USCG-approved Type I, II, III, or V PFD. Children under 7 years of age must wear a USCG-approved Type I, II, III, or V PFD at all times while on board any vessel, unless the child is confined in a totally enclosed area of the vessel such as the cabin area of a houseboat or day-cruiser. Read More
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U.S. Coast Guard approved life jacket Read More
When boating on federally-controlled waters in an 18ft recreation vessel what equipment are you legally required to have on board?
U.S. Coast Guard-approved visual distress signals. ALSO: An audible warning device - flotation equipment for the maximum rated capacity of your boat - navigation lights. Read More
If you served in the Coast Guard, then yeah you are a veteran. The Coast Guard is a branch of the military, so people in the Coast Guard are soldiers. Read More
Where is the vessel aground? Is there an environmental risk? Is there a potential loss of life? Does the vessel aground constitute a hazard to navigation? The US Coast Guard is not a salvage company. More detail in your question would help define the answer. Read More
Class "A" inboard boats Read More
When is the operator of a Personal Watercraft legally required to wear a US Coast-Guard approved life jacket?
Whenever it is underway Read More
whenever underway Read More
What is the first thing you should do when you hear a mayday call from another vessel on your vhf radio?
Head toward them to help and alert the Coast Guard. Read More
because they are concitered a Class A Read More
In the UK, if you need the Coast Guard in an emergency, dial 999 and ask the operator for the Coast Guard. Read More
The motto of Pakistan Coast Guard is 'We are Coast Guards.....'. Read More
It is strongly advised that you wear a life jacket while wakeboarding though it is not required in some areas. Many more experienced riders wear non coast guard approved vest. These vest still provide some flotation but not as much as a normal coast guard approved jacket. They are wore to allow the rider more flexibility. Read More
If it is a US. vessel it depends on the certificate of inspection issued by the US Coast Guard. The USCG considers stability, and area of operation. Read More
You can join the coast guard if you have herpes. Read More
A life jacket In the US, that would be a US Coast Guard approved Personal Flotation Device (PFD). Read More
The commanding officer of a ship is called "captain" regardless of their rank. This is true for all US Navy and Coast Guard ships. In the US Coast Guard, it is not uncommon for a Lieutenant O-3 to have command of a ship. It is also not uncommon to have a commander 0-5 as captain of a naval vessel. In fact, there are many ships that have an enlisted officer in charge, usually a Chief… Read More
Bangladesh Coast Guard was created in 1995. Read More
Coast Guard of Georgia was created in 1993. Read More
what is the gross salary of indian coast guard navik Read More
no but there is a lego coast guard helicopter i have it Read More
No. There is a single Coast Guard JROTC programme, but no collegiate level ROTC programmes. You can receive a commission in the Coast Guard through Navy ROTC, the United States Coast Guard Academy, or you can apply for a direct commission to the Coast Guard from the United States Merchant Marine Academy. Read More
The Coast Guard will respond if there is eminent danger to persons or the vessel. If there is eminent danger they will take the persons off the vessel if possible or have them airlifted. They will not attempt to pull the vessel off unless it is clear that it will float free. This is because they may further damage the vessel or put their own vessel and themselves in danger. If the vessel is hard… Read More
how many admirals are in the united states coast guard Read More
Coast Guard Academy is located in the state of Connecticut. Read More