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General / Re: License for fast boats in each country.
« Last post by stylomixer on February 18, 2020, 07:57:57 PM »
Greece with its many islands has a coastline of thousands of kilometers and is therefore an ideal water sport country.

To be able to sail in Greek waters, you need an ICC Inland and coastal waters, or Small Boat License 2.
There must be at least two people on board with ICC inland and coastal waters.
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"Props, Set-up, and Testing" / Re: 35 Evinrude on Minimost
« Last post by spring on February 17, 2020, 02:49:09 PM »
I am just getting to this thread now. I've read it end to end. It contains a lot of valuable intel. Somewhere in the near future I will go through a similar process with my 25 hp Johnson mounted on a Wetback. You, as author, and those who have contributed to this thread have quite possibly saved me time, effort, money and frustration. Many thanks. Although it sounds like the 35 hp Evinrude might get binned, I look forward to similar discussions of this type.

Cheers!
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General / Re: Speedometer
« Last post by stylomixer on February 10, 2020, 07:08:55 PM »
Hello boat enthusiats,

This is my gps digital speedometer.
I bought it by Aliepress
You can install m/h or km/h.
Power for the speedometer comes from a powerbank.
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General / What are the fines in the Netherlands 2020.
« Last post by stylomixer on February 07, 2020, 11:17:05 AM »
License fines:
Sailing without a license with a small ship (<20mtr) € 550
Boat license not included € 85

Speed ​​fines:
Up to 6 km / hour € 90
6 to 15 km / hour € 130
15 to 25 km / hour € 200
25 to 35 km / hour € 300
35 to 45 km / hour € 450
45 km / hour or higher € 650

Specifically for fast motor boats

Driver of the boat younger than 18 years € 210
No life jacket (s) within reach € 45 (per piece)
No dead man's button available € 230
Registration numbers are missing € 130
No valid registration certificate on board € 90
Registration mark not applied in the prescribed manner € 130
No proper fire extinguisher on board € 140
Causing unnecessary noise with the engine € 85
The engine of a stationary motor boat unnecessarily long or without reasonable purpose € 85
Participate in shipping without proper steering equipment € 170
Do not use a radar reflector on a small ship in poor visibility on the waterways € 170

General fines:

Entering in or out where it is prohibited € 340
Catching up where it is not allowed € 230
Take berth where it is not allowed € 230
Anchoring where it is not allowed € 340
Making annoying water movements where this is forbidden € 230
Continue with a motor ship where it is forbidden € 230
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General / Re: Minimost XL modifications
« Last post by randyt on February 07, 2020, 06:39:02 AM »
Over this past short Xmas visit back to Ct we did a few improvements to the boat . We scrapped the original 1994 Johnson control cables that were 16 ft long for a pair of brand new 10' units . The improvement in the feel and movement of the of the levers was a noticeable improvement .
We also took three out of the four leafs in our trailer suspension out as it as originally designed for a 21 ft boat before we cut it down to our size . With the small amount of weight that our craft has compared to what it was designed for there was very little give over rough roads and the boat got bounced around a lot . With the one leaf it really does the job nicely .
The modification that i really was happy with was changing over to a smaller steering wheel. With the cramped quarters of the original 15 inch wheel sliding ones legs under the wheel and forward under the bow was a real squeeze . What most concerned me was that in the event of a needed quick escape from the boat or if there was a flip of some type having he lower body trapped under the wheel could lead to big problems . Its still tight , no doubt , but its a good deal better than before .
Looking forward to getting back out there in mid may and continue with the development .
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General / Re: License for fast boats in each country.
« Last post by 58 Johnson on February 07, 2020, 01:21:54 AM »
Canada

Basically....

Under 12 years old, only up to 10 hp, unless directly supervised by someone 16 or older

12 to 16 years, up to 40 hp, unless directly supervised but someone over 16

Personal Water Craft (SeaDoo, Jet Ski, etc), must be 16 years or older.
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General / Re: License for fast boats in each country.
« Last post by stylomixer on February 06, 2020, 12:08:59 PM »
Denmark

In Denmark an International boat license (ICC) is required for boats
that are longer than 4 meters and / or an engine of 25HP or more.
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General / Re: License for fast boats in each country.
« Last post by stylomixer on February 06, 2020, 12:01:39 PM »
Sweden

In Sweden a boat license is required from a length of 12 meters.
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General / Re: License for fast boats in each country.
« Last post by stylomixer on February 06, 2020, 12:00:08 PM »
Norway

In Norway, boat license II is mandatory for water sports enthusiasts with a boat from 8 to a maximum of 15 meters.
This also applies to a boat that is shorter than 8 meters with more than 25 hp.

The boat license is only compulsory for water sports enthusiasts born from January 1, 1980.
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General / Re: License for fast boats in each country.
« Last post by stylomixer on February 06, 2020, 11:57:02 AM »
Hungary

In Hungary a boat license (ICC) is required from 5HP.
Lake Balaton and Lake Velence are prohibited for motor boats.
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