Power Boats over 9m and up to 12m (29’6″ – 39′ 4″)

Minimum Safety Equipment Requirements

The following list outlines the minimum safety equipment required on
Power Boats over 9m and up to 12m (29’6″ – 39′ 4″). You may want to bring more equipment based on your type of boat, your activity and the current and forecasted weather and water conditions. You can review the equipment you must carry
aboard your boat and get specific information about each piece.

PERSONAL LIFESAVING APPLIANCES
One (1) lifejacket or PFD for each person on board.
One (1) reboarding device

(See Note 1)
One (1) buoyant heaving line at least 15 m (49’3″) long.
One (1) lifebuoy attached to a buoyant line at least 15 m (49’3”) long
VISUAL SIGNALS
One (1) watertight flashlight
Twelve (12) flares of type A, B, C or D, not more than six (6) of which are of type D

(See Note 2)
VESSEL SAFETY EQUIPMENT
One (1) anchor and at least 30 m (98’5”) of cable, rope or chain in any combination
One (1) bailer or manual bilge pump

(See Note 3)

OR

Bilge-pumping arrangements
NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT
One (1) sound-signalling device or appliance
Navigation lights

(See Note 4)
One (1) magnetic compass

(See Note 5)
One (1) radar reflector

(See Note 6)
FIRE FIGHTING EQUIPMENT
One (1) 10BC fire extinguisher if equipped with a motor
One (1) 10BC fire extinguisher if equipped with a fuel-burning cooking, heating or refrigerating appliance

NAVIGATION LIGHT AND SHAPE REQUIREMENTS

OPTION 1

• One (1) masthead light;

• Sidelights; and

• One (1) sternlight

OPTIONAL

A second masthead abaft of and higher than the forward one light


OPTION 2

• One (1) all-round white light; and

• Sidelights

OPTION 1

• One (1) all-round white light

OPTIONAL – Another all-round white light at or near the stern and at a lower level than the other light NOTE: You may use any available lights to illuminate decks

OPTION 2 (during the day)

• One (1) ball

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