This document specifies requirements for the ventilation of petrol engine and petrol tank compartments in small craft having petrol engines for propulsion, electrical generation or mechanical power, to prevent the accumulation of explosive gases in these compartments. Personal watercraft are not covered in this document.

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This document specifies requirements and information for inclusion in the owner's manual of small craft to enable the owner/operator to use the craft safely.

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This document defines the dimensions, design local pressures, mechanical properties and design stresses for the scantlings determination of monohull small craft with a hull length (LH) or a load line length (see NOTE 1) of up to 24 m. It considers all parts of the craft that are assumed to be watertight or weathertight when assessing stability, freeboard and buoyancy in accordance with ISO 12217.
NOTE 1    The load line length is defined in the IMO "International Load Lines Convention 1966/2005", it can be larger than LH for craft with overhangs. This length also sets up at 24 m the lower limit of several IMO conventions.
The main core of this document determines the local design pressures and stresses for monohulls and details the possible scantlings methods derived from these pressures and stresses, both for monohulls and multihulls (see NOTE 2). The assessment process requires, where relevant, the application of Annexes.
This document is applicable to small craft, in intact condition, of the two following types:
—          recreational craft, including recreational charter vessels;
—          small commercial craft and workboats, see Clause 12 and Annex J.
It is not applicable to racing craft designed only for professional racing.
NOTE 2    Local pressures and stresses for multihulls are given in ISO 12215-7.
This document is applicable to the structures supporting windows, portlights, hatches, deadlights, and doors.
For the complete scantlings of the craft, this document is intended to be used with ISO 12215-8 for rudders, ISO 12215-9 for appendages and ISO 12215-10 for rig loads and rig attachments.
This document covers small craft built from the following materials:
—          fibre-reinforced plastics, either in single skin or sandwich construction;
—          aluminium or steel alloys;
—          glued wood or plywood (single skin or sandwich), excluding traditional wood construction;
—          non-reinforced plastics for craft with a hull length less than 6 m (see Annex D).
Throughout this document, unless otherwise specified, dimensions are in (m), areas in (m2), masses in (kg), forces in (N), moments in (N.m), pressures in kN/m2 (1 kN/m2 = 1  kPa), stresses and elastic modulus in N/mm2 (1 N/mm2 = 1 Mpa). Max(a;b;c) means that the required value is the maximum of a, b, and c; and min(d;e;f) means that the required value is the minimum of d, e, and f.

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This part of ISO 12215 is applicable to thermosetting resins and glass-fibre reinforcement used in the construction of
small craft with a length of the hull of up to , in accordance with ISO 8666. This part of ISO 12215 specifies
the minimum requirements for material properties of glass reinforcement and resin matrix and the reference laminate
made thereof.
This part of ISO 12215 may be applicable to materials other than those specified, provided that the minimum requirements
and properties of the reference laminate are met.
NOTE The underlying reason for preparing this International Standard is to harmonize existing standards and recommended
practices for loads on the hull and the dimensioning of small craft because they differ too considerably and thus limit general
worldwide acceptability of boats.

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ISO 12215-9:2011 defines the loads and specifies the scantlings of sailing craft appendages on monohull sailing craft with a length of hull of up to 24 m, measured according to ISO 8666. It gives design stresses, the structural components to be assessed, load cases and design loads for keel, centreboard and their attachments, computational methods and modelling guidance, and the means for compliance with its provisions.

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ISO 16180:2013 specifies requirements and gives guidelines for the placement, installation and visibility of navigation lights as described in COLREG for recreational craft of less than 24 m in length of hull, as described in ISO 8666. Annex A of ISO 16180:2013 lists additional information to be included in the owner's manual.

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This International Standard specifies technical requirements for windows, portlights, hatches, deadlights and doors on small craft of hull length up to 24 m, taking into account the type of craft, its design category, and the location of the appliance.
The appliances considered in this International Standard are only those that are critical for the craft's watertightness, i.e. those that could lead to flooding in case of rupture of the plate.
This International Standard is mostly intended to be used for recreational craft, but it may be used for non-recrational small craft of hull length up to 24 m, excluding lifeboats. However, it is not applicable to commercial or work boats used in severe conditions.

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ISO 11192:2005 specifies graphical symbols for operator controls, gauges, tell-tales, indicators, instructions and warnings against risks in small craft and for engines and other equipment intended to be used for small craft of up to 24 m length of hull.

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ISO 14509-1:2008 specifies the conditions for obtaining reproducible and comparable measurement results of the maximum sound pressure level of airborne sound generated during the passage of powered recreational craft of up to 24 m length of hull, including inboards, stern drives, personal watercraft (PWC) and outboard motors.
It also specifies standard craft based type tests for stern drives with integral exhaust systems and for outboard motors. It also specifies the procedure to be followed if, in addition to the maximum sound pressure level, the determination of the sound exposure level is desired.
The accuracy grade of the acoustical test procedures specified in ISO 14509-1:2008 is engineering grade (grade 2).

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ISO 12215-6:2008 concerns structural details and structural components not explicitly included in ISO 12215-5, ISO 12215-7, ISO 12215-8 and ISO 12215-9. It applies to monohull and multihull small craft constructed from fibre reinforced plastics (FRP), aluminium or steel alloys, wood or other suitable boat building material, with a hull length, in accordance with ISO 8666, of up to 24 m.
ISO 12215-6:2008 fulfils two functions. Firstly, it supports ISO 12215-5 by providing further explanations and calculation procedures and formulae. Secondly, it gives a number of examples of arrangements and structural details which illustrate principles of good practice. These principles provide a standard against which alternative arrangements and structural details can be benchmarked, using the equivalence criteria specified in ISO 12215-6:2008.

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This part of ISO 12215 specifies requirements for core materials for structural use and materials that are embedded in sandwich construction. It is applicable to small craft with a hull length ( LH) according to ISO 8666 of up to 24 m.

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ISO 12215-8:2009 gives requirements on the scantlings of rudders fitted to small craft with a length of hull of up to 24 m, measured according to ISO 8666. It applies only to monohulls.
ISO 12215-8:2009 does not give requirements on rudder characteristics required for proper steering capabilities.
ISO 12215-8:2009 only considers pressure loads on the rudder due to craft manoeuvring. Loads on the rudder or its skeg, where fitted, induced by grounding or docking, where relevant, are out of scope and need to be considered separately.
Scantlings derived from ISO 12215-8:2009 are primarily intended to apply to recreational craft including charter craft.

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This part of ISO 6185 specifies the minimum safety characteristics required for the design, materials to use,
manufacture and testing of inflatable boats (including rigid inflatable boats) less than 8 m in overall length with a
minimum buoyancy of 1 800 N.
This part of ISO 6185 is applicable to the following types of inflatable boats intended for use within the operating
temperatures of – 5 C to + 60 C:
 Type I: Inflatable boats propelled exclusively by manual means;
 Type II: Inflatable boats capable of taking a maximum motor power of 4,5 kW;
 Type III: Inflatable canoes and kayaks (see normative annex A);
 Type IV: Inflatable craft propelled by sail with a maximum sail area of 6 m2 (see normative annex B).
NOTE 1 General arrangements of typical boats of Types I, II and III are given in annexes C, D and E, respectively.
NOTE 2 For boats with power ratings of 4,5 kW and greater, refer to ISO 6185-2 and ISO 6185-3.
This part of ISO 6185 excludes single-chambered boats and is not applicable to aquatic toys and inflatable liferafts.

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ISO 21487:2012 establishes requirements for design and test of petrol and diesel fuel tanks for internal combustion engines that are intended to be permanently installed in small craft of up to 24 m length of hull.
For installation requirements, ISO 10088 applies.

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This part of ISO 6185 specifies the minimum safety characteristics required for the design, materials to use,
manufacture and testing of inflatable boats (including rigid inflatable boats) less than 8 m in overall length with a
minimum buoyancy of 1 800 N.
This part of ISO 6185 is applicable to the following types of inflatable boats, intended for use within the operating
temperatures of – 15 C to  60 C:
 Type V: Inflatable boats capable of taking a motor power rating of 4,5 kW to 15 kW inclusive;
 Type VI: Inflatable craft propelled by sail with a sail area greater than 6 m2 (see normative annex A).
NOTE For boats with power ratings of 4,5 kW and less, refer ISO 6185-1, and for boats with power ratings of 15 kW and
greater, refer to ISO 6185-3.
This part of ISO 6185 excludes single-chambered boats and boats made from unsupported materials of more than
12 kN buoyancy and powered by motors exceeding 4,5 kW, and is not applicable to aquatic toys and inflatable
liferafts.

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Adds and replaces, on pages 3, 5, 6, 7, 13 and 15 symbols.

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This part of ISO 12215 specifies workshop conditions, material storage and handling, and requirements for the manufacturing of the craft. It applies to small craft with a hull length ( LH) according to ISO 8666 of up to 24 m.
This part of ISO 12215 does not cover health and safety requirements.

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ISO 15084:2003 specifies requirements for strong points for attaching chains, cables and lines for anchoring, mooring and towing small craft. It does not specify the requirement for the strong point from which the craft can tow other vessels. This standard is applicable to small craft with a hull length up to 24 m.
ISO 15084:2003 does not define anchor weights or the length of chains and lines.

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ISO 14509-3:2009 specifies the procedures for assessing sound emission of powered monohull recreational craft of length up to 24 m with a Froude number greater than 1,1. It is not applicable for personal watercraft (PWC).
ISO 14509-3:2009 specifies the determination of the A-weighted sound pressure level by combining a calculation method and a measurement method.

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ISO 13590:2003 applies to personal watercraft, for the construction and installation of builder's plate, permanently installed petrol fuel systems, electrical systems, steering systems, ventilation, hull structure and floatation, and requirements for stability, freeboard and owner's manual.

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This part of ISO 12215 specifies requirements for materials intended for use in the construction of the hull, superstructure and appendages, in particular:
weldable normal and higher strength hot-rolled steel plates, wide flats, sections and bars; austenitic stainless steels, fabricated in the form of plates or profiles; wrought aluminium alloys fabricated as plates, sections and extruded profiles; wood in the form of solid timber, plywood or veneer; other suitable materials.
This part of ISO 12215 applies to small craft with a hull length (LH) according to ISO 8666 of up to 24 m.

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This International Standard specifies requirements for cockpits and recesses to be designated either as "watertight"
or as "quick-draining" on small craft of hull length up to 24 m.
It does not set requirements for the size and shape of a cockpit or recess, nor when or where it shall be used. It
only considers draining by gravity, and not by pumping or other methods.
NOTE 1 The term "quick-draining cockpit" has been chosen to differentiate from the common understanding of "self-draining
cockpit" where water may be drained overboard in certain conditions, but without specified draining speed, height of bottom or
sill, etc.
NOTE 2 Examples of single-plane cockpit bottoms are given in informative annex A.

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ISO 6185-4:2011 specifies the minimum safety characteristics required for the design, materials, manufacture and testing of rigid inflatable boats (RIBs) with a hull length of between 8 m and 24 m and with a motor power rating of 15 kW and greater.
It is applicable to Types IX and X of RIBs intended for use within the operating temperatures of -20 °C to +60 °C.
Type IX: Powered boats, fitted with a buoyancy tube covering at least 85 % of the port and starboard sides, suitable for navigation in inshore and sheltered waters, up to and including wind force 6 Beaufort and significant wave heights up to 2 m (design categories C and D), with a hull length of between 8 m and 24 m and with a motor power rating of 15 kW and greater.
Type X:  Powered boats, fitted with a buoyancy tube covering at least 85 % of the port and starboard sides, suitable for navigation in waters, up to wind force 8 Beaufort and significant wave heights up to 4 m (design category B), with a hull length of between 8 m and 24 m and with a motor power rating of 75 kW and greater.
It excludes
single-chamber boats,
boats of less than 1 800 N buoyancy, and
boats made from unsupported materials of more than 12 kN inflated buoyancy and powered by motors of power exceeding 4,5 kW.
It is not applicable to aquatic toys, nor to inflatable liferafts which are specified in ISO 9650.

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ISO 6185-3:2014 specifies the minimum safety characteristics required for the design, materials to use, manufacture and testing of inflatable boats and rigid inflatable boats with a hull length in accordance with ISO 8666 less than 8 m with a motor power rating of 15 kW and greater.
ISO 6185:2014 is applicable to the following types of boats intended for use within the operating temperatures of -20 °C to +60 °C:
Type VII: Powered Boats (with power ≥ 15 kW) fitted with a buoyancy tube attached to the port and starboard sides, suitable for navigation in conditions of Design Categories C and D and capable of installing motor power rating of 15 kW and greater.
Type VIII: Powered Boats (with power > 75 kW) fitted with a buoyancy tube attached to the port and starboard sides, suitable for navigation in conditions of Design Category B capable of installing motor power rating of 75 kW and greater.
ISO 6185:2014 excludes single-chambered boats and boats made from unsupported materials, and is not applicable to aquatic toys and inflatable liferafts.

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ISO 8099-1:2018 specifies requirements for the design, construction and installation of systems for temporary retention of sewage for subsequent disposal. It applies to small craft with a length of hull (LH) of up to 24 m.
ISO 8099-1:2018 does not address waste water treatment systems.

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ISO 12217-1:2015 specifies methods for evaluating the stability and buoyancy of intact (i.e. undamaged) boats. The flotation characteristics of boats susceptible to swamping are also encompassed.
The evaluation of stability and buoyancy properties using this part of ISO 12217 will enable the boat to be assigned to a design category (A, B, C or D) appropriate to its design and maximum total load.
ISO 12217-1:2015 is principally applicable to boats propelled by human or mechanical power of 6 m up to 24 m hull length. However, it can also be applied to boats of under 6 m if they do not attain the desired design category specified in ISO 12217‑3 and they are decked and have quick-draining recesses which comply with ISO 11812.
In relation to habitable multihulls, ISO 12217-1:2015 includes assessment of susceptibility to inversion, definition of viable means of escape and requirements for inverted flotation.
ISO 12217-1:2015 excludes:
       inflatable and rigid-inflatable boats covered by ISO 6185, except for references made in ISO 6185 to specific clauses of ISO 12217;
       personal watercraft covered by ISO 13590 and other similar powered craft;
       gondolas and pedalos;
       sailing surfboards;
       surfboards, including powered surfboards;
       hydrofoils and hovercraft when not operating in the displacement mode; and
       submersibles.
ISO 12217-1:2015 does not include or evaluate the effects on stability of towing, fishing, dredging or lifting operations, which need to be separately considered if appropriate.

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ISO 12217-2:2015 specifies methods for evaluating the stability and buoyancy of intact (i.e. undamaged) boats. The flotation characteristics of boats susceptible to swamping are also encompassed.
The evaluation of stability and buoyancy properties using ISO 12217-2:2015 will enable the boat to be assigned to a design category (A, B, C or D) appropriate to its design and maximum load.
ISO 12217-2:2015 is principally applicable to boats propelled primarily by sail (even if fitted with an auxiliary engine) of 6 m up to and including 24 m hull length. However, it can also be applied to boats less than 6 m if they are habitable multihulls or may be applied if they do not attain the desired design category specified in ISO 12217‑3 and they are decked and have quick-draining recesses which comply with ISO 11812.
In relation to habitable multihulls, ISO 12217-2:2015 includes assessment of susceptibility to inversion, definition of viable means of escape and requirements for inverted flotation.
ISO 12217-2:2015 excludes:
       inflatable and rigid-inflatable boats covered by ISO 6185, except for references made in ISO 6185 to specific clauses of ISO 12217;
       gondolas and pedalos;
       surfboards including sailing surfboards; and
       hydrofoils and foil stabilized boats when not operating in the displacement mode.
ISO 12217-2:2015 does not include or evaluate the effects on stability of towing, fishing, dredging or lifting operations, which need to be separately considered if appropriate.

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ISO 10239:2014 covers the installation of permanently installed liquefied petroleum gas LPG systems and LPG burning appliances on small craft of up to 24 m length of hull.
It does not cover devices used for LPG-fuelled propulsion engines or LPG-driven generators.
It covers cooking appliances with internal LPG cartridges, with a capacity of 225 g or less (See Annex D).
It covers storage of all LPG cylinders but is not intended to regulate the technical requirements for such cylinders that are subject to national regulations
It does not contain procedures for commissioning the LPG installation.

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Describes test methods and requirements for the design of electrical devices to be used on small craft so that they may be operated in an explosive atmosphere without igniting surrounding flammable gases.

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Specifies requirements, test methods, manuals for both the owner and the installer, and the designation for hydraulic steering systems and components from the wheel to the interface point for outboard motor, inboard motor and inboard-outdrive steering arrangements, used on small craft of up to 24 m length of hull.

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This International Standard specifies the minimum level of requirements for construction, operation and installation
of geared link steering systems on all types of small craft of hull length up to 24 m.
It excludes steering systems covered by ISO 8848 and ISO 9775.

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ISO 9094:2015 defines a practical degree of fire prevention and protection intended to provide enough time for occupants to escape a fire on board small craft.
It applies to all small craft of up to 24 m length of hull (LH) except for personal watercraft.
ISO 9094:2015 excludes:
       the design and installation of those permanently installed galley stoves and heating appliances (including components used to distribute the heat) using fuels that are liquid at atmospheric pressure on small craft, which are covered by ISO 14895;
       carbon monoxide detecting systems, which are covered by ISO 12133.

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This International Standard specifies requirements for the design and installation of engine-mounted fuel and
electrical system components on inboard petrol engines for minimizing fuel leakage and protecting against ignition
of surrounding flammable gases on small craft of hull length up to 24 m.
The following types of engines are exempt from the application of this International Standard:
 engines in personal watercraft as defined by ISO 13590 (see the bibliography);
 outboard engines.

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ISO 12217-3:2015 specifies methods for evaluating the stability and buoyancy of intact (i.e. undamaged) boats. The flotation characteristics of craft susceptible to swamping are also encompassed.
The evaluation of stability and buoyancy properties using ISO 12217-3:2015 will enable the boat to be assigned to a design category (C or D) appropriate to its design and maximum load.
ISO 12217-3:2015 is applicable to boats of hull length less than 6 m, whether propelled by human or mechanical power, except habitable sailing multihulls. Boats of hull length less than 6 m which are fitted with a full deck and quick-draining cockpit(s) complying with ISO 11812 may alternatively be assessed using ISO 12217‑1 or ISO 12217‑2 (for non-sailing and sailing boats, respectively), in which case higher design categories may be assigned.
In relation to habitable multihulls, ISO 12217-3:2015 includes assessment of susceptibility to inversion, definition of viable means of escape and requirements for inverted flotation.
ISO 12217-3:2015 excludes:
       inflatable and rigid-inflatable boats covered by ISO 6185, except for references made in ISO 6185 to specific clauses of ISO 12217;
       personal watercraft covered by ISO 13590 and other similar powered craft;
       aquatic toys;
       canoes and kayaks;
       gondolas and pedalos;
       sailing surfboards;
       surfboards, including powered surfboards;
       hydrofoils, foil stabilized boats and hovercraft when not operating in the displacement mode; and
       submersibles.
NOTE          Displacement mode means that the boat is only supported by hydrostatic forces.
ISO 12217-3:2015 does not include or evaluate the effects on stability of towing, fishing, dredging or lifting operations, which need to be separately considered if appropriate.

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ISO 8665:2006 specifies the requirements additional to ISO 15550 for determining the power of reciprocating internal combustion (RIC) engines when presented for documenting and checking of the declared (rated) power published by the manufacturer.
ISO 8665:2006 applies to engines used for propulsion of recreational craft and other small craft of up to 24 m hull length.
ISO 8665:2006 is to be used in conjunction with ISO 15550.

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ISO 10088:2013 specifies the requirements for the design, materials, construction, installation and testing of permanently installed fuel systems as installed for internal combustion engines.
It applies to all parts of permanently installed diesel and petrol fuel systems as installed, from the fuel fill opening to the point of connection with the propulsion or auxiliary engine(s) on inboard- and outboard-powered small craft of up to 24 m hull length.
Requirements for the design, materials, construction and testing of permanently installed fixed fuel tanks are given in ISO 21487.

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ISO 14895:2016 specifies the design, construction and installation of permanently installed galley stoves and heating appliances using fuels which are liquid at atmospheric pressure on small craft up to 24 m length of hull (LH according to ISO 8666). It includes open flame galley stoves, ceramic hobs, blown air heaters and water heating appliances.
Cooking and heating appliances solely designed or intended as portable self-contained camping stoves or heaters are not covered. Other permanently installed cooking and heating appliances (such as solid-fuelled and liquid-fuelled natural draft stoves) are outside the scope of this International Standard and therefore covered by ISO 9094.

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ISO 16315:2016 addresses the design and installation of alternating current (AC) and direct current (DC) electrical systems used for the purpose of electrical propulsion and/or electrical hybrid (system with both a rechargeable battery and a fuelled power source) propulsion.
ISO 16315:2016 applies to electrical propulsion systems operated in the following ranges either individually or in combination: direct current of less than 1 500 V DC; single-phase alternating current up to AC 1 000 V; three-phase alternating current up to AC 1 000 V.
ISO 16315:2016 applies to electrical propulsion systems installed in small craft up to 24 m length of the hull (LH according to ISO 8666).

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ISO 11592-1:2016 specifies the requirements for determination of the maximum propulsion power rating and manoeuvring speed for engine-driven small craft with a length of hull (LH) of less than 8 m (Lh according to ISO 8666).
It is not applicable to the following:
       personal water craft as defined by ISO 13590;[6]
       canoes and kayaks;
       inflatable boats, as defined by ISO 6185-1, ISO 6185-2, ISO 6185-3, and ISO 6185-4, except that ISO 6185‑3 requires rigid inflatable boats (RIBS) capable of a maximum speed of 30 kn or more to be tested in accordance to this part of ISO 11592;
       racing boats: craft designed and constructed solely for competitive racing.
ISO 11592-1:2016 does not specify craft constructional strength requirements related to maximum rated power and does not guarantee security from instability under all conditions of seaway, wind, wakes and waves.

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ISO 19009:2015 applies to requirements and testing for navigation lights with permanently fixed light emitting diode (LED) assemblies for small craft up to 24 m length of the hull.

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ISO 18854:2015 specifies the measurement and evaluation methods for gaseous and particulate exhaust emissions from reciprocating internal combustion (RIC) engines under steady-state conditions on a test bed, necessary for determining one weighted value for each exhaust gas pollutant. Various combinations of engine load and speed reflect different engine applications.
It is applicable to RIC marine engines intended to be installed in small craft up to 24 m length of hull.

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This document specifies general requirements and physical tests for non-fire-resistant hoses for conveying petrol or petrol blended with ethanol, and diesel fuel or diesel fuel blended with FAME, designed for a working pressure not exceeding 0,34 MPa for hoses with inner diameter up to and including 10 mm, and 0,25 MPa for hoses up to 63 mm inner diameter in small craft. .
It applies to hoses for small craft with permanently installed fuel systems.
Specifications for fire-resistant hoses are given in ISO 7840:2021. Specifications for permanently installed fuel systems are given in ISO 10088:2013.

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This document specifies methods for the determination of:
—     the design loads and design stresses on rig elements; and
—     the loads and scantlings of rig attachments and mast steps/pillars;
on monohull and multihulls sailing craft.
It also gives, in Annexes, "established practices" for the assessment of mast steps/pillars or chainplates
NOTE 1 Other engineering methods can be used provided the design loads and design stresses are used.
This document is applicable to craft with a hull length LH up to 24 m but it can also be applied to craft up to 24 m load line length.
NOTE 2 The load line length is defined in the OMI "International Load Lines Convention 1966/2005", it is smaller than LH. This length also sets up, at 24 m, the lower limit of several IMO conventions.
Scantlings derived from this document are primarily intended to apply to recreational craft, including charter vessels.
This document is not applicable to racing craft designed only for professional racing.
This document only considers the loads exerted when sailing. Any loads that may result from other situations are not considered in this document.
Throughout this document, and unless otherwise specified, dimensions are in (m), areas in (m2), masses in (kg), forces in (N), moments in (N m), stresses and elastic modulus in N/mm2 (1 N / mm2 = 1 Mpa). Unless otherwise stated, the craft is assessed in fully loaded ready for use condition.

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This document establishes requirements for the design and installation of engine-mounted fuel, oil and electrical components on diesel inboard-mounted engines for minimizing fuel leakage, risk of electric shock and the risk of and/or the spread of fire on small craft of hull length up to 24 m in accordance with ISO 8666.

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This document specifies design and testing requirements for steering wheels for small craft.

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This document establishes a coding system to achieve identification of any small craft in terms of:
a) identification code of the country of the manufacturer of the craft;
b) identification code of the manufacturer;
c) serial number;
d) month and year of manufacture;
e) model year.
This document is applicable to small craft of all types and materials, of hull length, LH, up to 24 m.

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This document specifies requirements for electrically operated bilge pumps intended for use in removing bilge water. It applies to:
—     direct current (DC) bilge pumps which operate at a nominal voltage not exceeding 50 V; and
—     single phase alternating current (AC) bilge pumps which operate at a nominal voltage not exceeding 250 V.
It does not cover pumps intended for damage control.

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This document specifies requirements for the design, construction and installation of sewage treatment systems on small craft.
It does not address waste retention systems, nor accidental discharge prevention of pollutants (e.g. oil, fuel) overboard.
It does not address the technical discharge limits of a sewage treatment unit, subject to certain international as well as national regulations.

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This document specifies the items included in the maximum load of small craft, without exceeding the limits set by other ISO standards for stability, freeboard, and flotation. It further sets requirements for seating and occupancy areas of crew members.
Personal watercraft are excluded from the Scope of this document.

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