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Flotation standards for recreational boats.
First a note about the reasons behind the flotation standards. Why is all this stuff necessary?
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Watch a Power Point Presentation on Flotation. (5.3 MB You must have Microsoft Power Point to view this.)
Select from the following list:
Level Flotation : Mono-hulled boats under 20 feet in length, with outboards greater than 2 HP.
Modified Level Flotation : Mono-hulled boats under 20 feet in length, with 2 HP or less, or manually propelled.
Basic Flotation : Mono-hull inboard motorboats under 20 feet in length.
Revised 01/13/2011 © newboatbuilders.com 2011 All rights reserved
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