Tourism and related services — Yacht harbours — Part 2: Minimum requirements for intermediate service level harbours

ISO 13687-2:2017 establishes minimum requirements for commercial and non-commercial harbours for leisure craft in order to define the intermediate level to deliver services to the boating community for all types of recreational boating activities, excluding the standardization of sports activities. The scope does not cover specifics of boat yards, dry stacks, dry-docking areas, dry storages, fuel stations and nearby beaches. ISO 13687-2:2017 does not cover risks in case of abnormal weather conditions above windforce 9 on the Beaufort scale and extreme sea conditions or rogue waves.

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INTERNATIONAL ISO
STANDARD 13687-2
First edition
2017-07
Tourism and related services — Yacht
harbours —
Part 2:
Minimum requirements for
intermediate service level harbours
Tourisme et services connexes — Ports de plaisance —
Partie 2: Exigences minimales pour les port de niveau de service moyen
Reference number
ISO 13687-2:2017(E)
ISO 2017
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Contents Page

Foreword ..........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................v

Introduction ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................vi

1 Scope ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 1

2 Normative references ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 1

3 Terms and definitions ..................................................................................................................................................................................... 1

4 General requirements ..................................................................................................................................................................................... 2

4.1 Legal and other requirements ................................................................................................................................................... 2

4.2 Office ................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 2

4.3 Staff ................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 2

4.3.1 General requirements .................................................................................................................................................. 2

4.3.2 Structure of staff duties and responsibilities .......................................................................................... 2

4.3.3 Corporate identity .......................................................................................................................................................... 3

4.4 Administration ........................................................................................................................................................................................ 3

4.5 Insurance ..................................................................................................................................................................................................... 3

5 Environmental requirements ................................................................................................................................................................. 4

5.1 Waste control............................................................................................................................................................................................ 4

5.1.1 General...................................................................................................................................................................................... 4

5.1.2 Collection and disposal of waste oil and fuel........................................................................................... 4

5.2 Oil and fuel spill ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 4

5.3 Black water, bilge water, grey water, and hazardous substances ................................................................ 4

5.4 Environmental code of conduct................................................................................................................................................ 4

6 Safety requirements ......................................................................................................................................................................................... 5

6.1 First aid kit.................................................................................................................................................................................................. 5

6.2 Fire fighting ................................................................................................................................................................................................ 5

6.3 Lifesaving equipment ........................................................................................................................................................................ 5

6.4 Illumination ............................................................................................................................................................................................... 5

6.5 Emergency action plan ..................................................................................................................................................................... 5

6.6 Drills ................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 5

7 Signage ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 6

7.1 General ........................................................................................................................................................................................................... 6

7.2 Graphical symbols ................................................................................................................................................................................ 6

7.3 Information point ................................................................................................................................................................................. 6

7.4 Entrances ..................................................................................................................................................................................................... 6

8 Services .......................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 6

8.1 Fresh water ................................................................................................................................................................................................ 6

8.2 Toilets .............................................................................................................................................................................................................. 6

8.3 Showers ......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 7

8.4 Electricity ..................................................................................................................................................................................................... 7

8.5 Activities and attractions ............................................................................................................................................................... 7

8.6 Vehicle parking ....................................................................................................................................................................................... 7

8.7 Food and beverage ............................................................................................................................................................................... 8

8.8 Trolleys .......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 8

8.9 Chandler and craft equipment ................................................................................................................................................... 8

8.10 Lift or slip facilities .............................................................................................................................................................................. 8

8.11 Repair and maintenance ................................................................................................................................................................. 8

8.12 Wifi access ................................................................................................................................................................................................... 8

8.13 Auxiliary craft........................................................................................................................................................................................... 9

8.14 Laundry services ................................................................................................................................................................................... 9

8.15 Fuelling .......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 9

9 Maintenance and cleaning .......................................................................................................................................................................... 9

9.1 General ........................................................................................................................................................................................................... 9

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9.2 Maintenance and cleaning programme ............................................................................................................................. 9

9.3 Tests and inspections ........................................................................................................................................................................ 9

10 Security........................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 9

Bibliography .............................................................................................................................................................................................................................10

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ISO 13687-2:2017(E)
Foreword

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bodies (ISO member bodies). The work of preparing International Standards is normally carried out

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This document was prepared by Technical Committee ISO/TC 228, Tourism and related services.

This first edition of ISO 13687-2, together with ISO 13687-1 and ISO 13687-3, cancels and replaces

ISO 13687:2014, which has been technically revised.
A list of all parts in the ISO 13687 series can be found on the ISO website.
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Introduction

Yacht harbours have a measurable and increasing social, commercial, and environmental influence. All

this has been taken into account of and motivates the development of this document due to the itinerant

nature of craft and the boating and yachting tourism community.

Recognizing that every yacht harbour is unique, the purpose of the ISO 13687 series is to set out

minimum requirements which are suitable for all yacht harbours. Special attention has been given to

user’s safety and environment protection.
ISO 13687 consists of the following three parts:
— ISO 13687-1 provides minimum requirements for basic service level harbours;

— ISO 13687-2 provides minimum requirements for intermediate service level harbours;

— ISO 13687-3 provides minimum requirements for high service level harbours.

The aim of the ISO 13687 series is to provide yacht harbour operators with a practical tool to:

— promote health, safety, and respect to the environment;

— help the development of yacht harbours, surrounding spaces, and communities by sharing global

practices;

— provide nautical tourists with harmonized information and services across yacht harbours and to

give them a broad choice of offers regardless of their location.

An intermediate service level harbour is a harbour that fulfils the requirements specified in ISO 13687-1

as well as the requirements specified in this document.
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INTERNATIONAL STANDARD ISO 13687-2:2017(E)
Tourism and related services — Yacht harbours —
Part 2:
Minimum requirements for intermediate service level
harbours
1 Scope

This document establishes minimum requirements for commercial and non-commercial harbours for

leisure craft in order to define the intermediate level to deliver services to the boating community for

all types of recreational boating activities, excluding the standardization of sports activities.

The scope does not cove
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