National Special Provisions < Br / >(Anhang X Zuder Binnenschiffsuntersuchungsordnung)

Original Language Title: Nationale Sonderbestimmungen
(Anhang X zur Binnenschiffsuntersuchungsordnung)

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Special National Provisions
(Annex X to the Inland Waterway Search Order)

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BinSchUO2008Anh X

Date of issue: 06.12.2008

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" National Special provisions (Annex X to the inland waterway search order) of 6 December 2008 (BGBl. 2450), as defined by Article 1 (12) of the Regulation of 30 June 2008. May 2014 (BGBl. I p. 610) "

:Amendment by Art. 1 No. 21 V v. 20.12.2012 I 2802 (No 62) not yet taken into account
Change by Art. 1 No. 12 V v. 30.5.2014 I 610 (No 23) Not yet taken into

For details, see the Notes

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(+ + + text evidence from: 1.1.2009 + + +)
(+ + + Text of the inland waterway search order see: BinSchUO 2008 + + +)
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Part Iferries

Chapter 1Special provisions for Ferries, General
§ §
1.01definitions
1.02general
1.03ferry certificate
1.04ferry event validity period
1.05Ferries Marking
2Construction, Setup And Equipment Of Ferries
2.01Ferry body
2.02Detection of intact and leak stability
2.03Sink Marks
2.04Strength of the Wagon decks
2.05Rescue
2.06 Anchor
2.07Additional equipment
3Additional requirements on seil and chain-bound ferries
3.01Definitions
3.02 Proof of Intact Stability for Gierseil Watches
3.03Lowering Marks
3.04Calculation, construction and technical approval of the rope and chain systems
3.05 Accepting
3.06Checks
3.07 Accepting
4Transitions and Special Provisions for Ferries
4.01 Transitional provisions for ferries that are already in operation and validity of previous ferry products
4.02Other Deviations
IIBarkassen

Chapter 5 Special Rules for Barkassen
5.01 Definitions
5.02General
5.03 Ship body and floating capability in the leak
5.04Stability and maximum number of passengers
5.05freeboard and safety distance
5.06bailout
5.07anchor
5.08crew
chapter 6Transition- and special provisions for Barkassen
6.01Time
IIISmall passenger ships

Chapter 7Special provisions for small passenger ships for the carriage of max.12
7.01 Definitions
7.02General provisions
8Special provisions for Zeesboote
8.01definition
8.02 General Provisions
8.03General Requirements
8.04 Maximum payload
8.05Stability and buoyment
8.06 freeboard, closure state
8.07drive, fuel system
8.08LenzSetup
8.09Electrical Assets
8.10bailout
8.11Protection against overboard traps and Re-entry means
8.12Anchor and drag equipment
8.13 Fire Protection
8.14Fire Control
8.15 Other Equipment
8.16Crew
8.17 Driving performance certificates
9Special Rules for Taxiboote
9.01 Definition
9.02General Provisions
9.03 Boar body
9.04Lease in leakage
9.05 Intact stability and maximum number of passengers
9.06Passenger spaces and spaces
9.07drive system
9.08Machine construction Requirements
9.09Lifeboat
9.10 Electrical Assets
9.11Fire Protection
9.12 Fire Fight
9.13Anchor Equipment
9.14 Other Equipment
9.15Labeling
9.16 Occupation
9.17Driving suitability certificate
statements
Service instruction No. 1:Calculation bases for high-wire systems of the yaw ferries on waterways
Appendix 1: Determination of the rope forces
Appendix 2: Querresistance
Service instruction no. 2:Calculation bases for yaw ferries not attached to a high-wire system and for cross-wire feeding
no 1:Sample acceptance log for the Testing the rope equipment of rope and chain-bound
no 2:pattern of the Acceptance protocol for small passenger ships for the carriage of up to 12 passengers

Part I
Ferries

Chapter 1
Ferries, General

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§ 1.01 Definitions

In this appendix, As:
1.
"Ferry" a vehicle that transports the traffic from one bank to the other on the waterway , which is to be treated as a ferry by the competent authority;
2.
"Passenger ferry" means a ferry built only for the carriage of passengers;
3.
"Car ferry" a ferry built and equipped for the carriage of land vehicles, people, and other loads;
4.
"Frei riding ferries": Kahnferries, passenger motor ferries, carriage motor ferries;
5.
"Kahnfähre" one for Transport of passenger ferries, which is advanced by muscular power, also with auxiliary drive;
6.
"Passenger motor ferry" means a passenger ferry with machine drive;
7.
"carriage motor ferry" means a carriage carriage with machine drive;
8.
"Cable or chain-bound ferries": cross-wire ferries, Kahnrope ferries, cable ferries, chain ferries, yaw rope ferries;
9.
"Cross rope ferry" a passenger or car ferry, which is guided on a rope attached to both shores and either on this guide cable or on a second cable (cable) with the Hand or by a winch is moved from one bank to the other (passenger cross-wire ferry, carriage cross-wire ferry);
10.
"Kahnseilferry" a rail ferry which is attached to a rope by Hand, replaced by an auxiliary motor, moving forward, including the rope system and anchorages;
11.
"rope ferry" means a passenger or car ferry which A rope is moved by a rope winch, including the rope system and the chuckles and the anchorage (passenger car, car rope ferry);
12.
"Chain ferry" a rope ferry that is equipped with chains instead of the ropes (passenger chain ferry, carriage chain ferry);
13.
"Gierseilfähre" is a passenger or carriage ferry that is moved only by the use of a yaw position, guided on a fixed rope, across the flow direction of a river, including the rope system and the anchoring mast and/or the anchorage (passenger rail ferry, carriage rope ferry);
14.
"Gierseil ferry with auxiliary drive" means a Yaw rope ferry, which is additionally equipped with its own drive;
15.
"land vehicle" means a motor vehicle, a horse-drawn carriage, a mobile device or towing vehicle; Train vehicles, together with their trailers, are considered to be a land vehicle;
16.
"The permissible total weight of a land vehicle" is the weight of a land vehicle. including its load in tonnes, which can be placed in any order in any number until the load bearing capacity is reached;
17.
"Length (LWL)" the length of the ferrybody measured in the level of the largest depression, without taking into account the landing flaps;
18.
"Load capacity" the total load capacity of a carriage ferry in tonnes with a homogeneous or mixed load;
19.
"Permitted total mass of the heaviest land vehicle" the mass of a land vehicle including its cargo in tons, which alone and without simultaneous transport of further Payloads can be transported on the ferry deck of a car ferry in the case of only a central installation.
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§ 1.02 General

1.
For ferries, Annexes II, III, IV and XII with the following are the following
2.
Annex II, Chapter 5, applies to a machine-driven ferry that is used as the main drive.
3.
Annex II, Chapter 12 applies if the permanent presence of crew members is also required outside of working hours.
4.
Annex II, Chapter 15 is applicable with the following deviations:
a)
§ 15.01 Nr.3 does not apply,
b)
are the traffic areas for use by people with , in the case of restricted mobility, on the free ferry deck, which is accessible by sufficiently wide landing flaps, only the places designated for this purpose must meet the requirements of § 15.01 no. 4,
c)
landing flaps are suitable as collection surfaces according to § 15.06 No. 8, if the strength and stability is proven and the landing flaps are detected by means of shutoff devices such as swivel beams, Railings or barrier chains are secured. The shut-off devices must be clearly visible and meet at least the strength requirements in accordance with DIN EN 711, issue March 1995,
d)
Landwebs § 15.06 No. 12 may be replaced by at least two opposite landing flaps, if they are suitable for this purpose,
e)
Toilets according to § 15.06 No. 17 are only available is required if, in the case of translation traffic from one bank to the other, the journey time exceeds 10 minutes,
f)
a second independent propulsion system according to § 15.07 is for cable-and chain-bound ferries not required,
g)
Facilities for the collection and disposal of domestic waste according to § 15.14 are required, if toilets according to letter e are on board.
5.
On waterways of Zone 1 or 2, Appendix III is only § § 1.02 or 10.07 or Chapter 7
6.
On waterways of zone 3 outside of the Rhine or zone 4, only Chapters 2 or 4 are to be applied from Annex IV.
7.
On waterways of Zone 1 and Zone 2-See, seil and chain-bound ferries are not allowed.
8.
On ropeway and chain-bound ferries, the rope and chain systems are considered to be the main drive system.
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§ 1.03 Ferry Certificate

1.
The results of the stability and strength calculations are to be entered in the ferry certificate and are clearly visible on board the ferry at the striking point
2.
For Gierseil ferries, the entries for low, medium and high water must be made in accordance with the stability calculations. Flow rates.
3.
The ferry station or several ferry locations are to be entered in the ferry certificate stating the flow kilometre.
4.
If the ferry is also used for other shipping traffic, in particular to change the ferry service, to drive to or from a shipyard, this is to be entered in the ferry certificate. The transport of persons or goods is prohibited.
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§ 1.04 validity period of the ferry certificate

The The period of validity of the ferry certificate issued in accordance with the provisions of this Regulation shall be determined in accordance with Section 2.06 of Annex II, in accordance with the provisions applicable to passenger ships. Non-official table of contents

§ 1.05 Ferries Marking

All ferries must be marked with a minimum of 30 cm high on both longitudinal sides of the ferry. with a bright color on a dark background or with a dark color clearly visible on a bright background.

Chapter 2
Ferries Construction, Equipment and Equipment

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§ 2.01 Ferry Body

1.
A collision bulkhead must be present at both ends of the ferry body.
2.
For ferries in Ponton form the distance of the collision bulkheads from the front or rear solder must not be less than 0.04 LWL and not exceed 0.04 LWL + 1 m.
3.
Are ferries in Pontonform with watertight longitudinal bulkheads shall not exceed an angle of 12 ° due to the flooding caused by a lateral division. Leakage water must not be able to reach adjacent compartments via the bulkhead deck.
4.
Ferry decks must be watertight.
5.
Kahnferries and Kahnseilfähren must be provided with air boxes or other buoyant bodies. Air boxes must be fitted with a screw closure to carry out leak tests.
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§ 2.02 Proof of intact and leak stability

1.
The applicant has sufficient proof of sufficient Intactstability by means of a calculation in accordance with Section 15.03 (1) to (6) of Annex III, in conjunction with Section 1.02 of Annex III, § 7.04 or § 10.08, depending on the waterway to be covered.
2.
For ferries in pontoon form, the coordinates of the weight center can be determined by weight calculation. A wreaking attempt is not required.
3.
In the calculation, the following measures must be used for people, land vehicles, and large livestock:

Payload Middle height of charge above deck Average height of the mass center of gravity above deckmedium height of the center of gravity of the load application surface of the load above deck
m m m
Persons 1, 7 1, 0 0, 85
Load truck with load 2, 5 1, 6 1, 25
Passenger cars without persons 1, 7 0, 8 0, 75
Großvieh 1, 7 1, 00,85


The mean height of the load weight of the load and the center of gravity of the load of the load is at the lowest point of the ferry deck half the length of the ferry, in the case of non-continuous, higher-lying decks, to the half-length of the deck concerned.
4.
The calculation of the intactstability must be Record at least the following load cases:
a)
Ferry only with persons in the worst-case list Loaded,
b)
Ferry on one side with land vehicles loaded in the most unfavourable position, with the still available space of the loaded side, up to the ferry center, is to be filled with smaller land vehicles and people,
c)
Ferry exclusively with land vehicles loaded in the most unfavourable setting,
d)
Ferry with the heaviest land vehicle according to § 1.01 No. 17 loaded,
e)
Ferry to the border of the Load carrying capacity.
In the case of the first sentence, the acceptance of a displacement of the land vehicles at the most up to the shraplet is sufficient. Compliance with the requirements laid down in Section 15.03 (1) to (6) of Annex III in conjunction with Section 1.02, Section 7.04 or 10.07 of Annex III, depending on the waterway to be covered, must be proven for the load cases referred to in points (a) to (e). The Central Office of the Ship Investigation Commission/Shipyards can demand corresponding evidence for further load cases.
5.
As a result of the calculation, the following: to set:
a)
when loading the ferry only with persons,
aa)
the maximum number of people allowed,
bb)
the displacement (m3),
b)
when you load the ferry with people, land vehicles, or other loads,
aa)
the maximum number of people allowed
bb)
the load-bearing capacity in tons (t),
cc)
the maximum permissible weight of a land vehicle in tonnes (t),
dd)
the maximum permissible weight of the heaviest land vehicle in tonnes (t),
ee)
allowed axle load of a single axle and a double axle of land vehicles in tonnes (t),
ff)
military load class.
6.
The applicant has the proof of sufficient leakage stability by a calculation in accordance with § 15.03 No. 7 to 13 in connection with Section 1.02 of Annex III, § 7.04 or § 10.08 , as well as Annex IV § 4.02, as a function of the waterway to be covered. The B/3 distance must be reduced to B/5 distance,
7.
During the journey and during loading and unloading of the ferry, the authorized person shall be allowed to use the following: shall not be exceeded and shall not fall below the residual freeboard permitted for each zone, the ferry to be considered free-floating during the loading and unloading operations, unless the ferry vessel shall be supported on the The ramp is held in a fixed position by means of a non-positive connection.
8.
Air boxes or other buoyanges in or on crests and kahnseil ferries must be Full loading and flooding of the ferry a reserve lift of 100 newtons per person and a stable upright swimming pool.
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§ 2.03 Lowering Marks

Annex II, § 4.04 is to be applied; however, at least two pairs of countermarks must be present on one third of the length. unofficial table of contents

§ 2.04 strength of the carriage deck

1.
In the case of carriage ferries, a proof of strength for the load on the car deck with the permitted land vehicles resulting from the stability calculations must be provided
2.
According to the result of the calculation according to No. 1, the maximum permissible single and double axle load is to be fixed in tonnes (t).
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§ 2.05 Rescue Item

1.
Single-rescuers can be replaced by collective rescuers in accordance with Annex XII, Article 4, Section 15.09, No. 5.
2.
landing flaps are considered to be suitable devices in accordance with Section 15.09 No. 3 of Annex II if they are suitable for this purpose.
3.
In addition to No. 1, passenger ferries have to be used for more than 250 passengers, as well as car ferries that are approved for more than 250 passengers or for more than 150 t load-bearing capacity, with a dinghy in accordance with Section 10.04 of Annex II.
4.
The Commission of Inquiry may, in the case of ferries, be able to comply with the provisions of point 3 in the cases referred to in Annex II, Section 15.15 5 and 6, the landing flaps shall be considered to be comparable devices to platforms if they meet the requirements and requirements described therein.
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§ 2.06 Anchor

1.
Ferries that have at least two independent drives in each direction, need to be equipped with only one anchor.
2.
The local water and shipping office can be used as a rope and chain-bound ferry as well as for the waterways of Zone 4 from the requirement of an anchorage
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§ 2.07 Additional equipment

1.
The on-board, inlet and outlet openings of the passenger and carriage ferries must be by way of derogation from Section 15.06 (10) (b) of Annex II, by means of shut-off devices such as swivel beams, railings or barrier chains. The shut-off devices must be clearly visible and meet at least the strength requirements in accordance with DIN EN 711, March 1995 edition.
2.
Kahn-und Kahnrope ferries must also be equipped with a pair of belts.

Chapter 3
Additional requirements on ropes and chain-bound ferries

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§ 3.01 Definitions

By way of derogation from § 1.01, the following definitions apply to this chapter:
1.
"Load capacity" means the total load capacity with a homogeneous or mixed load in tons, including no more than 45 persons depending on certain water levels;
2.
"The maximum permissible weight of the heaviest land vehicle" the weight of a land vehicle , including its cargo in tonnes, which can be transported on the ferry deck solely and without the simultaneous transport of additional payloads, depending on certain water levels;
3.
"Aufstau" the course of the water surface on the upstream side of the board;
4.
"Restfreibord" of the the vertical distance between the deepest point of the watertight deck or the watertight deck top, and the imaginary waterline running through the highest point of the thrusting on slopes towards the top of the deck;
5.
"Deckaufsatz", a low-altitude construction only in the case of Gierseil ferries, which limits the width of the track on one side, the height of the page is limited to
6.
"leaning" the condition, when the rope or chain is out of service when it is reached. , in particular because of wear, lengthening, cracks, corrosion or fractures.
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§ 3.02 Proof of the Intactstability for Gierseil ferries

1.
Supplementary to § 2.02, proof of sufficient Incycle stability for yaw tube ferries for calculations for slopes of the Gierseil ferry to Oberstrom and to substream extend.
2.
The proof of sufficient Intactstability in the case of inclinations according to Oberstrom shall be considered to be provided if the cranial of the Gierseil ferry to Oberstrom in the case of a loading according to No. 4 and full equipment and in case of compliance of a residual free-board according to point 7 with simultaneous Action
a)
a lateral shift of the land vehicles and persons by number 5,
b)
of the wind resistance according to Annex II § 15.03 No. 5,
c)
a lateral flow and
d)
of a residual water level on the bottom of the ferrybody according to point 8 does not exceed an angle of 5 °. High-yaw rope ferries with auxiliary drive are to be expected with semi-filled fuel tanks. Proof is to be provided in the form of a graphic lever arm balance. For at least three assumed loading conditions as specified in point 4 and at least three flow velocities according to point 6, the cranking lever arms are in meters according to the formula

hkr = 1-[(Wq + WG-WW)-(HT-BT-tan α) + MW + MZ]
g-D
and the righting lever arms in meters according to the formula

ha = (μ-MF + MG)-sin φ-Δhq
. In the case of greyline ferries, the yaw rope of which is laid on the sole of the river bed (ground rope ferries), the formula for the cranial lever arms in meters is

hkr = 1-[(Wq + WG-WW)-(HT + BT-tan α) + MW + MZ]
g-D
In these formulas:

3.
The proof of adequate instinct stability on slopes after substream is provided when the fermentation of the yaw tube takes place, taking into account the loading conditions and the cranient Influences according to paragraph 2, set 1, an angle φzul, which is from the relationship

Wqthe resistance Cross-flow at tilt angles from 0 ° to 11 ° in Kilonewton (kN),
WGof the gradient resistance in Kilonewton (kN),
WWThe wind resistance in Kilonewton (kN) according to Annex II § 15.03 No. 5,
HTof the vertical distance between the point of attack of the yaw rope from the waterline in the initial state in meters (m),
BTthe horizontal distance of the Yaw rope attack point from center ship in meters (m),
αthe angle of the yawing rope at the ship against the horizontal,
MWthe wind pressure moment in Kilonewtonmeter (kNm) according to Annex II § 15.03 No. 5,
MZ The moment from the displacement of the load according to point 5 in Kilonewtonmeter (kNm),
gthe acceleration of gravity 9,81 in meters Second square (m/s2),
Dthe water displacement in tons (t),
μMF the vertical migration of the shape center in meters (m),
MGthe metacentric height, reduced by the Removal for free surfaces according to number 8 in meters (m),
φthe cranks angle of the yaw tube and
Δhqthe direct reduction of the stability lever arms by cross-flow in meters (m).
φzul = H-T
B
not exceed.

This is:

φzulof the limit angle,
H-Tof Distance from the deepest point of the ferry deck to the waterline at φ = 0 °, which comes first to water when the ferry cranes after substream in meters (m),
T The depth of the loading case to be examined in meters (m) and
Bthe width of the yaw tube at the top of the deck where the measure H has been assumed in meters (m).


The limit angle shall not exceed 10 °. Proof shall be provided in the form of a graphic comparison of the angle of inclination to be adjusted with the limit angle for at least three loading conditions referred to in point 4 and at least 3 flow rates according to point 6. where the end inclination angles are based on the formula

φend = hkr-φzul
ha
In this formula:

hkris the sum of the cranient lever arms in meters (m),
φzulthe border angle after the above relationship and
haof the set up lever arm in meters (m).


The craning lever arms in meters are based on the formula



hkr = 1-[(Wq + WG + WW)-(BT-tan α-HT) + MW + MZ]
g-D
and the righting lever arms of the formula

ha = MG-φzul
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to be calculated. The definition of the individual summers and factors corresponds to the definition in paragraph 2; however, for Wq, only the 0 ° inclination value is used.
4.
For the calculation in accordance with points 2 and 3, a mixed loading Z of land vehicles and 45 persons shall be accepted in homogeneous distribution. For each one, it is in
Z1 = (0-PF) + (0-PP) (Gierseilfähre leer),
Z2 = (0.5-PF) + (1-PP) (half-load),
Z3 = (1-PF) + (1- PP)
tothe weight of the payload in tonnes, PF is the weight of the land vehicles in tonnes and PP is the weight of 45 people in tonnes.
5.
The moment from the side shift of the payload is to be calculated according to the following formula:

MZ = Zn-e
In this formula:

the weight of the Zucharge Z2 or Z3 in tonnes (t),
ethe largest lateral displacement path of the load from the central longitudinal axis of the yaw tube in metres (m)
the conjure pool is set so that a lateral displacement of the land vehicles is not possible, so only the lateral displacement of the persons according to the formula MZ = PP-e must be used in the calculation.
6.
In the calculations according to number 2 and 3, the mean flow rate of the water is primarily:
a)
low-water level (NW),
b)
Mean Water Level (MW) and
c)
High Water Level (HW)
to be considered. The values must be verifiably related to the ferry service and must be confirmed by the competent water and shipping authority. A cross-sectional drawing of the ferry station shall be attached to the invoice.
7.
If the yaw tube is inclined to Oberstrom according to point 2, it must be
a)
the residual freeboard on the upper-current side at least 0.10 m and on
b)
Gierseil ferries with additional waterproof top cap on the upper side of the surface at least 0.10 m, but not less than the maximum height of the deck top over the Ferry deck,
. The following relationship applies to the remaining free board:

FR = H-TS
In this formula:

FRthe remaining frebord in meters (m),
H Side height up to the deepest point of the ferry deck in meters (m),
TSthe height in meters (m).
yaw ropes with a cover jump, where the raised outer skin forms a fixed gown, the residual freeboard may be offset from the point of articulation of the landing flaps or the deepest non-watertight point of the armor; the lower point is authoritative.
8.
In the calculations according to numbers 2 and 3, a residual water level of 0.02 m is to be assumed in the ferry.
9.
To set the results of the calculation are:
a)
under load on the yaw tube exclusively with people,
aa)
the maximum number of people allowed,
bb)
the displacement (m3),
b)
when loading the yaw tube with people, land vehicles, or other loads,
aa)
the maximum number of people allowed,
bb)
the load capacity in tons (t) including 45 People,
cc)
the total allowable weight of a land vehicle in tons (t),
dd)
Maximum permissible weight of the heaviest land vehicle in tonnes (t),
ee)
the permissible maximum axle load of a single axle and of a double axle of agricultural vehicles in tonnes (t),
ff)
military load class
eachlow water level, mid-water level, and flood level.
10.
During the journey and during loading and unloading of the ferry, the maximum permissible heel angle according to § 3.02 No. 3 shall not be exceeded and the remaining free board in accordance with § 3.02 no. 7 shall not be exceeded shall be subject to a free-floating view of the ferry during loading and unloading operations, unless the ferry vessel is held in a fixed position when the ferry is supported on the ramp by means of a non-positive connection.
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§ 3.03 Einsenkmarken

1.
The specification of Section 4.04 of Annex II is not applicable.
2.
On both sides of the yawing rope ferries A counterpoint shall be affixed to the depth of the depth of the depth of the depth of the depth to which it is to be placed.
3.
The countermarks shall be in the vertical cross-sectional plane passing through the mediated centre of gravity of the waterline areas in the swimming planes at low water level, medium water level and flood level.
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§ 3.04 Calculation, construction and technical approval of the rope and chain systems

1.
rope and chain rigs of rope and chain-bound ferries are essentially ropes and chains including the associated bracing poles and anchorages.
2.
Cable and chain systems must be suitable in all parts for the ferry operation and according to the rules of the
3.
The applicant has to provide proof of sufficient strength determination for rope and chain systems by means of a calculation . The calculation and construction of the ropes and chains is regulated by the administrative provisions of this Annex.
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§ 3.05 Acceptance

Before the installation of a rope and chain system, after any modification or repair and before any expiry of the period of validity of the acceptance protocol according to § 3.07, the entire rope and chain system shall be of one of the following: Commission of Inquiry recognised experts. In the event of such acceptance, it shall verify that the installation is in accordance with this Chapter. He has to submit an acceptance protocol to the Commission of Inquiry. Non-official table of contents

§ 3.06 Checks

The asset should be checked as follows:
1.
Trag, driving, and guide ropes are to be checked for their inner and outer states. The investigation has to extend to the detection of wire breaks, corrosion, wear, loosening of wires, other changes of the rope structure and to damage. For the assessment of the leeway, the rules of the technique are to be applied.
2.
The cable is at intervals of not more than 10 years after the production of an official be examined by a non-destructive (magneto-inductive) rope test, or by an expert recognised by the Central Office of the Vessel Inspection Commission/Shipeichamt. The results are to be documented in a report.
3.
The testing of the tension, tension and tensioning ropes includes externally detectable wire breaks and the wear of the Wires inside a rope. The rules of the technique are to be applied to assess the leeway.
4.
The ropes are checked to see if their execution is in accordance with the rules of the technology.
5.
Chains are tested with regard to wear, elongation, and partial magnification. The negative ripening is assessed according to DIN 685 part 5, November 1981 edition.
6.
Tensioning Poles are used for deformation, damage, corrosion (in the case of hollow profiles). internal corrosion), proper connection of the carrying rope and mast and proper transition from the mast to the foundation tested.
7.
The anchorage is Testing of deformation and damage as well as corrosion on the fastening elements and in the area of the transition to the foundation.
8.
For high-rope systems, it is possible to use the Inspection of mast to mast on both masts to be fitted with a mark, which serves as a control point in order to control the sag of the carrying part and, in particular, after major changes in temperature, to the extent to which the ferry certificate is to be used. correct.
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§ 3.07 acceptance log

1.
The conformity of each rope and chain system with this chapter is based on an acceptance log Model 1 of this Annex. A report on the non-destructive (magnetinductive) rope test required in accordance with § 3.06 No. 2 shall be annexed to the acceptance protocol.
2.
The validity period of the acceptance protocol shall not exceed five years. In justified cases, e.g. due to defects or according to the degree of leaning, the expert may set a shorter period of validity. The period of validity shall be recorded in the acceptance record and shall be taken into account in the period of validity of the ferry certificate.
3.
At the latest, with expiry of the period of validity of the certificate. of the acceptance log must be a new check in accordance with § 3.06.

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Ferry and Hazardous Provisions for Ferries

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§ 4.01 Transitional provisions for ferries that are already in operation, and validity of previous ferry products

1.
The ferry will be issued for a ferry following an investigation in accordance with Section 2.09 (1), (3) and (4) of Annex II, after the expiry of the existing ferry certificate, but no later than 30 years. It will be carried out in December 2018 to determine whether the vehicle complies with the technical requirements of this Annex.
2.
If the ferry complies with the requirements of Chapter 1 to 3 and if the Commission of Inquiry is of the opinion that these inadequacies do not constitute a manifest danger, the ferry may continue its operation until such time as the components or areas of the ferry which have been declared insufficiently shall be replaced or amended; thereafter, these components or areas shall comply with the provisions of this annex. The observed inadequacies are to be noted in the ferry certificate.
3.
There is a manifest danger, in particular, when there are rules concerning the The strength of the construction, the driving or maneuvering properties or the specific characteristics of the ferry to this Annex shall be affected. Permissible deviations shall not be recorded as inadequacies, which constitute a manifest danger. There is no obvious danger when the ferry is in the provisions of the inland waterway investigation order in the period up to the end of the 31.
4.
The replacement of existing components by identical parts or parts of equivalent technology and design during the period of Routinely performed maintenance and maintenance work shall not be deemed to be a substitute within the meaning of point 2.
5.
The ferry products that are before the 30. They shall remain valid until the expiry date of December 2008. Annex II, Section 2.09, No. 2 shall remain unaffected.
6.
Without prejudice to points 2 to 4, ferries which do not comply fully with the provisions of this Annex shall be subject to the following conditions: shall be adjusted in accordance with the transitional provisions set out in the table below, in accordance with the transitional provisions set out in the table below.

width="100% "style=" border: none; ">-"N.E.U. ":The rule does not apply to ferries that are already in operation, unless the affected parts are replaced or converted, d. (c) The provision shall apply only to new buildings and to replacement or conversion of the parts or areas concerned. If existing parts are replaced by replacement parts with the same technique and type of power, this does not mean a replacement "E" within the meaning of these transitional provisions.-" granting or renewing the Ferry event ":The provision must be made in the case of the grant or the next renewal of the period of validity of the ferry certificate, which is to be applied to the 30. It will be completed by the end of December 2008. Ends the period of validity of the ferry event between the 30. December 2008 and one day before 30. This provision shall only apply from the date of 30 December 2009. December 2009 mandatory.

§ and number Content Deadline or remarks
1.02 General
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Appendix II § 15.09 Nr.1, 2, and 4,
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Appendix II § 15.12 No. 9 if only one machine room is available
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Appendix II § 15.13 No. 1 to 3t
The respective Transitional provisions of Annex II
2.01 Nr. 4 ferry decks N.E., at the latest when the ferry certificate is issued or renewed, after 30 years of age. December 2029
2.02 Proof of instroke and leakage stability N.E., at the latest when the ferry certificate is issued or renewed, after 30 years of age. December 2049
2.05 Rescue agent N.E.And, at the latest, when the ferry certificate is renewed
2.07 No. 1 Festivity requirements on shutoff devices N.E.And, at the latest, when the ferry certificate is renewed
3.02 Proof Intact Stability for Gierseil Ferries N.E., at the latest upon issue or Renewal of the ferry certificate after the 30. December 2049
3.04 Nr. 3 Proof of sufficient strength by calculation N.E., at the latest when the ferry certificate is issued or renewed, after 30 years of age. December 2029
3.05 Accepting, Auditing, and Accepting Log N.E.And, at the latest, when the ferry certificate is renewed
3.06
3.07
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§ 4.02 Other deviations

If the Application of the provisions referred to in this Chapter, after the expiry of the transitional provisions, is practically difficult to implement or causes unacceptably high costs, the Commission of Inquiry may, on the basis of recommendations from the Federal Ministry of Justice, Transport, construction and urban development permit derogations from these provisions. These deviations are to be entered in the ferry certificate.

Part II
Barkassen

Chapter 5
Special Rules for Barkassen

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§ 5.01 Definitions

For the purposes of this chapter, there are cash registers for the carriage of passengers against payment Inland waterway vessels with a length of up to 25 m, built up and equipped for towing (trawling), with a plight with a lowered inner floor. In the case of passenger cash registers, the passenger compartment is located in the lowered plight; the passenger compartment is open at least 1/3 of its length. Non-official table of contents

§ 5.02 General

1.
For Barkassen, Annexes II and III are to be applied with the measurements resulting from the following regulations.
2.
However, the facilitations and special provisions of this chapter do not apply to cash coffers for the carriage of passengers
a)
with keel-laying after the 1. July 2001, or
b)
which were not permitted to carry passengers at this time.
3.
The driving area is to be entered in the travel certificate.
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§ 5.03 Ship body and floating capability in the leak

1.
At a Barkasse must be the waterproof inner bottom of the plight above the level of the greatest depression. There must be a drainage system that can flow or move water into the outer bord. A Barkasse,
a)
which is approved for the carriage of passengers in Zone 1 or 2, shall differ from: Annex II, Section 15.02, No. 2, by watertight bulkheads, shall be so divided as to ensure that the fully occupied and equipped vehicle remains floating in an upright floating position after the flooding of any watertight compartment,
b)
which is only permitted for the carriage of passengers in Zone 3 or 4, needs the requirements regarding the position of the inner floor in accordance with the first sentence, the drainage system according to the second sentence and the Do not comply with the division of Scotland referred to in the third subparagraph of point (a), if water-tight cavities, fixed buoyancy bodies or other suitable means are used in full and equipped vehicles and with water filled with plight sufficient buoyant, and the carcass remains capable of swimming in the upright floating position. A sufficient lift is provided if, in the final state of the flooding, the deepest point of the curb is at least 0.10 m, and each unsecured opening is at least 0.40 m above the water level.
The calculation of the swimming ability In the event of a leak, all breeds must be provided for the carriage of passengers, with the deviations in Annex II, Section 15.15, No. 1, applicable to all cash registers.
2.
Appendix II, § 3.03 nos. 3 and 4 is not applicable. The engines placed in the plight shall be fully clad and sound-protected. No harmful gases may escape into the closed plight. In the tax level of the cash fund at the head height of the rowing worker, the noise level shall not exceed 70 dB (A). The facing of the motors must be sufficiently heat-insulated.
3.
A weather protection as a roof over the open plight, which is open at least 1/3 of its length, is available. Person-barge shall be permitted if the proof of the swimming capacity according to point 1 (a) or (b) appropriate for each zone is provided. The weather protection must be opened by means of an automatic device in the control stand and in the open plight. The opening process must not exceed ten seconds, and the roofing must not affect the sides of the open plight.
4.
In the case of a barge that does not for the carriage of passengers, the requirements of paragraphs 1 and 3 need not be met.
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§ 5.04 Stability and maximum number of passengers

1.
The the maximum permissible number of passengers resulting from the free deck shall be in accordance with section 15.05 (2) (b) of Annex II, in conjunction with Section 1.02 and 7.04 of Annex III, as a function of the waterway to be covered.
2.
Barkassen for the carriage of passengers must provide computer proof of the Intact stability.
3.
The ship investigation commission can impose additional requirements with the definition of the maximum number of passengers, in particular with regard to driving limits, weather conditions and Time limits. These conditions must be entered in the travel certificate.
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§ 5.05 freeboard and safety distance

Annex II, Section 15.03, point 3, in conjunction with Section 8.07 of Annex III and Section 8.10, as a function of the person to be covered, shall be used for the calculation of the open-air pool, for the verification of the safety distance and for the fixing of the level of the largest reduction. Apply the waterway in a reasonable way. unofficial table of contents

§ 5.06 rescue agent

1.
At least one lifring in accordance with Section 10.05 of Annex II must be provided with a minimum of 30 m long floatable lobe of 8 to 11 mm in diameter.
2.
In addition to the rescue wrestles and life jackets in accordance with Section 10.05 of Annex II, for a total of 100% of the maximum number of passengers individual rescuers or collective rescuers must be provided in accordance with Section 15.09 (4) to (9) of Annex II or Article 4 (15) (5) of Annex XII of Annex XII.
3.
At least 30% of all rescue equipment must be stored in a freely floating manner. be. If a collection-saving means is available, they must always be stored in a freely floating manner.
4.
If a carcass has spaces covered by a carcass, at least 30% of the total weight of the reassorted materials must be stored. Rescue equipment in these rooms ready to be stored.
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§ 5.07 Anchor

1.
Barkassen must be equipped with a Buganker.
2.
In the calculation of the anchor mass in accordance with Section 10.01 no. 2 of Annex II, the experience with k = 7 should be used. The anchor mass must not be less than 25 kg.
3.
The anchor chain must be at least 45 m in length.
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§ 5.08 equipment

1.
Equipment in accordance with Section 10.02 (1) (e) and (f) of Annex II (container) and in Annex II, § 10.02 (2) (d) (Landsteg) does not require a bear on board.
2.
As a fire-fighting facility, a total of two portable fire extinguishers, which meet the requirements of Annex II, Section 10.03 No. 2, must be in the tax base and available at another easily accessible location.

Chapter 6
Barkassen Transition and Special Terms

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§ 6.01 deadlines

1.
The definition in accordance with § 5.01 is to be applied on the first renewal of the travel certificate. Barks, who are on the 1. As of January 2007, the new definition of the passenger ship was a valid driving licence for passengers, which could be considered to be in operation.
2.
The § § 5.02 to 5.08, except § 5.03 No. 1, § 5.04 and § 5.05 are to be applied on the first renewal of the vehicle registration certificate.
3.
§ 5.03 No. 1, § 5.04 and § 5.05 is based on Barkassen, which is on the 1. It was already in operation in April 1988 and 1. It was in the possession of a valid travel certificate, or fell within the scope of the inland waterway examination regulations, or was in construction or conversion, from 1 January 2007 onwards. January 2013.

Part III
Small passenger ships

Chapter 7
Special provisions for small passenger ships for the carriage of maximum 12 passengers

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§ 7.01 definition

For the purposes of this Annex:
" small Passenger ship, " a passenger ship which is constructed and set up for the carriage of no more than 12 passengers. Non-official table of contents

§ 7.02 General provisions

1.
For small passenger ships, Annexes III, IV and XII are to be applied with the measures resulting from the following regulations.
2.
The Central Office of the Submission Commission/Shipyards may grant exemptions from the provisions of this Regulation to the extent that the safety of passengers and of the Shipping is not affected. The Central Office of the Maritime Search Commissioner/Shipeichamt can determine the qualification of the ship's guide and the qualification of the second crew member, which deviates from § 7 (1) of the Internal Schifferpatentverordnung and the qualification of the second crew member. § § 8.16 and 9.16. Compliance with the exceptions permitted in the following chapters may be carried out by an acceptance protocol in accordance with model 2 to this Annex of a small expert appointed by the Central Authority of the ship inspection commission/shipyards Passenger ships can be detected.

Chapter 8
Special provisions for Zeesboote

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§ 8.01 Definitions

For the purposes of this chapter:
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§ 8.02 General Provisions

For Zeesbooths, the approval is restricted to:
a)
Daily sailings under sail, with no overnight stay, with a maximum of 12 passengers and
b)
the use of the motor as an auxiliary drive, especially for running out and running, at floud or rising heavy wind during the ride.
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§ 8.03 General Requests

1.
The flawless condition of the hull, rig and sail is to be confirmed by the certificate of an expert. This certificate is valid for a maximum of 5 years and must be carried on board, and must be submitted to the Central Office of the Ship Investigation Commission/Shipond Office.
2.
A safe Entry and access to the Plight must be guaranteed.
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§ 8.04 Maximum payload

The maximum payload in accordance with DIN EN ISO 14946, issue December 2001 (persons, luggage, tank contents, equipment) may not exceed 1400 kg. Luggage is to be stored in the lower area of the plight and the cabin. Non-official table of contents

§ 8.05 Stability and lift

The stability and buoyness are according to DIN EN ISO 12217-2, October 2002 edition computationally. Where:
a)
the flood angle in the loaded state is at least 35 °,
b)
the dynamic caption angle in the loaded state is at least 45 °,
c)
according to the reffinstruction, to be created by the expert to be examined, the angle of heel in the loaded condition is ≤ 20 °.
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§ 8.06 Freeboard, closure condition

The freeboard and the closure state must be in accordance with DIN EN ISO 12217-2, October 2002 edition. where
a)
the freeboard heights in the symmetrical, loaded state must be at least 1/17 of the largest length of the hull,
b)
the southern heights of open plight, hatch, and at least 0.05 m when entering the cabin,
c)
All seeventiles below the waterline in the condition craned in accordance with point 6 (c) can be closed with ball valves. Hose connections on these valves must be provided with two water-compatible hose clamps according to DIN 3017-3, October 2002 edition,
d)
exhaust pipes against the Intrusion of water.
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§ 8.07 drive, fuel system

1.
For the purposes of Section 15.07 of Annex II, the sails are considered as a main drive system.
2.
For the second drive system, the following applies:
a)
Appendix II § 15.07 No. 1,
b)
the second drive system must be a motor. However, this can only be used as an auxiliary drive (e.g. for running out and running, in case of fly or rising heavy wind during the ride),
c)
for the Machine-building requirements Annex II, § 8.01 to 8.04 and § 8.05 No.1 to 9, No. 12, No. 13, as well as § 8.07 and § 8.08
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§ 8.08 Lenzfurnishings

The Lenzfurnishings must comply with Annex II, Section 8.06. By way of derogation from Section 8.06 of Annex II, two pumps shall be present. The minimum delivery rate of the first pump shall be 120 l/min. The second bilge pump can be a hand-lence pump. Non-official table of contents

§ 8.09 Electrical assets

The assets must comply with Annex II, Chapter 9, as appropriate, and in addition to Inclinations of the Zeesboat up to 20 ° be designed. unofficial table of contents

§ 8.10 rescue agent

1.
On board the Zeesboote, there must be at least two rescue rings in accordance with Annex II, Section 15.09 No. 1. You must be ready to use at a suitable location on the deck and must not be mounted in your bracket.
2.
Rescue rings must be in each case with one each. at least 30 m long, floatable leash from 8 to 11 mm in diameter.
3.
On board the Zeesboote must be
a)
for the maximum number of passengers a life vest according to DIN EN 395, June 1998, or DIN EN 396, issue June 1998 or DIN EN ISO 12402-3, edition December 2006 or DIN EN ISO 12402-4, edition December 2006
b)
for each crew member a Automatically inflatable life vest according to DIN EN 395, issue June 1998 or DIN EN 396, issue June 1998 or DIN EN ISO 12402-3, edition December 2006 or DIN EN ISO 12402-4, edition December 2006
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§ 8.11 Protection against overboard traps and re-entry means

1.
At the outer edge of the deck, there must be a footrest of at least 0.05 m in height, which Water drain possible. On the roofs roofs, handrails or handles must be attached.
2.
A ladder that is as firmly installed as possible must be installed for the reentry of the overboard fallen exists. If the ladder is removable, it must be able to be stored in such a way that a quick operational readiness is ensured.
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§ 8.12 Anchor and Trawl Equipment

1.
The Zeesboot must be equipped with two anchors be equipped. An anchor must have a mass of at least 25 kg, and a second anchor must have at least a mass of 15 kg.
2.
The anchor chains must have a minimum length of 30 m and a minimum length of 30 m. have a minimum breaking force of 9 kN. Ropes instead of the anchor chains are allowed and must have the same breaking strength as anchor chains.
3.
According to DIN EN ISO 15084, edition September 2003 Fixed points for a tow rope must be present. The towing rope suitable for this purpose must be at least 25 m in length.
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§ 8.13 fire protection

1.
Coating in the cabin must largely exclude fire hazards.
2.
Liquid gas installations as well as devices and devices with open flame are prohibited on ceesbooths.
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§ 8.14 fire-fighting

There must be at least one portable fire extinguisher according to DIN EN 3: 1996 (powder, Brand Class ABC, 6 kg) on board. It is easily accessible and splashproof outside of cabin and engine compartment. Unofficial table of contents

§ 8.15 Other equipment

Other equipment items must be on board:
a)
a compass in accordance with Section 6.02 of Appendix III on the waterways named in it,
b)
the devices and devices used to give those in the Maritime Order and in the Regulation on the International Rules of 1972 for the Prevention of Collisions at Sea
c)
a radio system for the participation in inland waterway radio in accordance with the provisions of the Regional Agreement on inland waterway radio,
d)
a double glass, 7 x 50 or larger lens diameter,
e)
the nautical charts prescribed in Section 13 (2) (a) of the Ship Safety Ordinance and the manual Seeschifffahrtsstraßen-Ordnung,
f)
marked fire-resistant container with lid,
g)
ropes to make up,
h)
Wurfleine,
i)
Bootshaken,
j)
Verbandkasten nach DIN 13157, edition August 1996, which can be reached safely and easily if needed,
k)
Poster with rescue and resuscitation hints,
l)
Fender,
m)
Hand wind knives,
n)
two scoop vessels (bucket).
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§ 8.16 Crew

The Zeesboot is to be filled with at least one ship leader and a Decksmann. The ship's guide must be at least in possession of a modified C1 patent as well as proof of sailing experience. The sailing experience has to be proven by
a)
possession of a sports boat licence and an internship on a ceesboat comprising at least 90 days of travel, or
b)
the possession of a sports-coastal ski-boat, a sports-sea-ticket or a SportsBoy and an internship on a Zeesboot, which includes at least 30 driving days.
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§ 8.17 Travel certificates

The certificate of travel certificate to be issued by the Central Office of the Submission Commission/shipyards shall be valid for a maximum of 5 years and shall contain the following conditions:

a)
The approval is limited to:
aa)
Daily voyages under sail, with no overnight stay, with no more than the date specified in the ship's investigation Number of passengers and
bb)
using the engine as an auxiliary drive (e.g. for running out and running, in the case of a fly or a rising heavy wind during the Travel)
b)
The driving of more than 5 Beaufort and in the case of unsafe weather is inadmissible.
c)
In the case of wind strengths of more than 4 Beaufort during the ride, the crew has an approved, automatically inflatable life jacket according to DIN EN 395, issue June 1998 or DIN EN 396, Issue June 1998 or DIN EN ISO 12402-3, issue December 2006 or DIN EN ISO 12402-4, issue December 2006.
d)
The operation of cooking appliances, open air Firing and grilling on board while driving is inadmissible.
e)
It is a travel book to guide.
f)
The reef rule created by the applicant's expert is to be carried on board.
In the case of the edition according to sentence 1, letter a, double letter aa is in the individual The number of passengers shall be indicated on the basis of a certificate of travel certificate. The conditions laid down in the first sentence of points (a) to (d) shall be clearly visible on a board on board at a conspicuous point. In the travel certificate, the name "Zeesboot" is to be entered in the "Type of vehicle" field.

Chapter 9
Special provisions for taxi boats

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§ 9.01 Definitions

For the purposes of this chapter:
" Taxiboot ", a small passenger ship that is carrying between different landing places without a fixed road map and the length of which does not exceed 12 m. Non-official table of contents

§ 9.02 General Provisions

1.
For taxi boats on waterways of zones 2, 3 or 4, without prejudice to § 7.02, the Regulation on the placing on the market of sports boats is subject to the following provisions
2.
A taxi boat must at least correspond to the design category C and a conformity assessment procedure according to module G (single check). The declaration of conformity is to be submitted to the Central Office of the Ship Investigation Commission/Shipyards.
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§ 9.03 Hull

The hull must be made of steel or of a material equivalent to strength and fire protection. The interior floor of the passenger area must be watertight and above the level of the largest depression. Penetrated water must pass through a permanently installed Lenzing device with a total capacity of 110 l/min after outboard. Non-official table of contents

§ 9.04 Swimming capability in the event of a leak

The swimming ability in the event of a leak can be verified by a computer. A sufficient residual lift is provided if in the final state of the flooding
a)
the deepest part of the On-board wall at least
aa)
in Zone 20.30 m
bb)
in zone 30.20 m
cc)
and
b)
any unsecured opening at least
aa)
in zone 40.10 m
in Zone 20.60 m
bb)
in Zone 30,50 m
cc)
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§ 9.05 Intact stability and maximum number of passengers

For each person on board, a permanently installed seat must be exists. A minimum seat width of 0.45 m and a seat depth of 0.75 m per person must be assumed. The intactstability and the maximum permissible number of passengers shall be determined by a calculation or by a load test with half the weight of the maximum number of passengers and the most unfavourable filling of the fuel and To detect water tanks. Persons shall be deemed to be standing upright and their weight shall, as far as possible, be accommodated on the side of the surface available for passengers. A heel angle of 7 ° must not be exceeded, and
a)
a residual frebord
aa)
zone 2from 1.00 m
bb)
in zones 3 and 4from 0.50 m
b)
a residual safety distance
aa)
zone 2from 1.30 m
bb)
in Zone 3 and 4from 0.80 m
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§ 9.06 Passenger spaces and areas

Annex II, Section 15.06, with the exception of No. 17, is to be applied in a reasonable way. Closed passenger spaces are not permitted. Weather protection must be open to the entry and exit and to the aft on the entire width of the screen. unofficial table of contents

§ 9.07 drive system

There must be a motor drive system that is sufficient for driving and driving. Maneuvering properties shall be ensured, where the speed against water must be at least 13 km/h and must not exceed 30 km/h. Outboard motors are not permitted. Non-official table of contents

§ 9.08 Machine constructional requirements

Annex II, § 8.01 to 8.04 and 8.05 No. 1 to 9, No. 12 and 13, and 8.07 and 8.08 is to be applied mutaly. unofficial table of contents

§ 9.09 rescue agent

1.
On board the taxi boats, at least two rescue rings must be in accordance with Annex II, Section 15.09 No. 1. You must be ready to use at a suitable location on the deck and must not be attached in its mount.
2.
On board the taxi boats must be
a)
for the maximum number of passengers a suitable life vest according to DIN EN 395, issue June 1998 or DIN EN 396, issue June 1998 or DIN EN ISO 12402-3, issue December 2006 or DIN EN ISO 12402-4, edition December 2006
b)
for each crew member a Automatically inflatable life vest according to DIN EN 395, issue June 1998 or DIN EN 396, issue June 1998 or DIN EN ISO 12402-3, edition December 2006 or DIN EN ISO 12402-4, edition December 2006
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§ 9.10 Electrical Assets

The assets must comply with the requirements of Chapter 9 of Annex II, and in addition for inclinations up to 20 ° for this purpose. Non-official table of contents

§ 9.11 Fire Protection

LNG facilities as well as devices and devices with open flame are prohibited. Bulkheads, walls, ceilings and decks of passenger spaces may only be made of non-combustible materials. Textiles used in passenger areas and other materials, including weather protection, must be at least flame retardant. Paints, varnishes and other substances used on exposed interior surfaces shall not produce exceptional quantities of smoke and toxic substances. Staircases shall be made of steel or another non-combustible material of equivalent non-combustible material. Unofficial Table Of Contents

§ 9.12 Fire-fighting

At least two portable fire extinguishers must be specified in accordance with DIN EN 3:1996 (powder, fire class ABC, 6 kg) are available on board. Fire extinguishers are easily accessible and splashproof outside of the machine room. Non-official table of contents

§ 9.13 Anchor equipment

The taxi boat must be equipped with two anchors. An anchor must have a mass of at least 25 kg and a second anchor must have at least a mass of 20 kg. The anchor chains must have a minimum length of 30 m and a minimum breaking force of 9 kN. Wire ropes instead of the anchor chains are allowed and must have the same breaking strength as anchor chains, but their length must be 20% greater. Unofficial table of contents

§ 9.14 Other equipment

Annex II, § 10.02, except point 1 (e) and (f) (container), and 2 (d) (land web), is to be applied. Access and exits must allow safe walking on the intended landing points. In Zone 2-See equipment and equipment must be on board in accordance with Section 6.02 of Annex III and § 6.06. In Zone 2-Binnen the provisions of Annex III § 1.01 No. 2 and 3 shall apply with regard to compass and radar equipment. Non-official table of contents

§ 9.15 Labelling

All taxi boats must have a "taxi" at least 30 cm high on both sides of the taxi. with a light colour on a dark background or with a dark colour, clearly visible on a bright background. Non-official table of contents

§ 9.16 occupation

1.
The taxi boat is at least to be filled with a ship's guide and a Decksmann. The ship's guide must be at least in possession of a modified C2 patent. The necessary equipment standard must be in accordance with Annex XI, Section 2.09, point 1.1.
2.
For the journey on the federal waterways of Zone 3 and 4, the Central Office may be responsible for the Ship Sub-Search Commission/Shipond Office on request allow for the cover smann to be omitted on a taxi boat if
a)
the ship's guide has at least one modified C2 patent and
b)
the taxi boat only during the day and good weather drives and
c)
the control level is separated from the passenger area and
d)
one of the following conditions is true for the celebration:
aa)
the skipper does not have to leave the control house or
bb)
at least one pollen pair from the wheelhouse can be used or
cc)
automatically takes up the poller usage or
dd)
Device for the magnetic fixing of the taxi boat at the point of application
e)
the nature of the landing point ensures that the fixed taxi boat is quiet relative to the dock and does not carry out dangerous vertical and horizontal movements and
f)
the anchors of the wheelhouse can be dropped and
g)
the Lenzpump is switched on and off by the control stand or automatically by a transmitter.
, the conditions to be met in accordance with the provisions of the first sentence of 1 (a) to (g) shall be entered in the travel certificate.
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§ 9.17 Driving suitability certificate

The validity period of the travel certificate is 5 years maximum. In the "Type of vehicle" field, the term "taxi boat" is to be entered in the travel certificate. Non-official table of contents

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