The Recreational Craft Directive (94/25/EC, as amended by Directive 2003/44/EC) is intended to ensure a high level of safety for users, as well as regulate exhaust and noise emissions of certain types of engine-propelled recreational craft. The Directive aims to harmonise the rules governing the sale of recreational craft within the EU.
This Directive applies:
(a) with regard to design and construction, to: (i) recreational craft and partly completed boats; (ii) personal watercraft; (iii) components referred to in Annex II when placed on the Community market separately and when intended for installation;
(b) with regard to exhaust emissions, to: (i) propulsion engines which are installed or specifically intended for installation on or in recreational craft and personal watercraft; (ii) propulsion engines installed on or in these craft that are subject to a ‘major engine modification’;
(c) with regard to noise emissions, to: (i) recreational craft with stern drive engines without integral exhausts or inboard propulsion engine installations; (ii) recreational craft with stern drive engines without integral exhausts or with inboard propulsion installations which are subject to a major craft conversion and subsequently placed on the Community market within five years following conversion; (iii) personal watercraft; (iv) outboard engines and stern drive engines with integral exhausts intended for installation on recreational craft;
(d) for products falling under (a)(ii), (b) and (c), the provisions of this Directive shall only apply from the first placing on the market and/or putting into service after the date of entry into force of this Directive.
For the purposes of this Directive the following definitions apply:
‘recreational craft’: any boat of any type intended for sports and leisure purposes of hull length from 2,5 m to 24 m, measured according to the harmonised standard, regardless of the means of propulsion; the fact that the same boat could be used for charter or for recreational boating training shall not prevent it being covered by this Directive when it is placed on the Community market for recreational purposes;
(b) ‘personal watercraft’: a vessel less than 4 m in length which uses an internal combustion engine having a water jet pump as its primary source of propulsion and designed to be operated by a person or persons sitting, standing or kneeling on, rather than within the confines of, a hull;
(c) ‘propulsion engine’: any spark or compression ignition, internal combustion engine used for propulsion purposes, including two stroke and four-stroke inboard, stern-drive with or without integral exhaust and outboard engines;
About the Company
Year of Establishment2004
Legal Status of FirmPublic Limited Company
Nature of BusinessService Provider
Number of Employees26 to 50 People
Annual TurnoverRs. 2 - 5 Crore
IndiaMART Member SinceMar 2012
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