Pre-departure safety check for all tn19 Raid boats
All tn19 Raid boats will be inspected before departure to ensure they meet Marine and Safety Tasmania (MAST) requirements, have adequate flotation and for overall seaworthiness before final acceptance as part of the tn19 fleet.

Complete the following on-line pre-inspection check to facilitate this process. By submitting your answers you will assist the Safety Committee with their assessment of the suitability of your boat.

Inspections will be done at the Living Boat Trust, Franklin on Tuesday 29 January, at Recherche Bay on 30 February, or at other times by arrangement (contact: info@tawe-nunnugah.org). We do not want to reject boats at Recherche Bay but will do so if they are assessed to be unsafe or unseaworthy - please run through the pre-inspection checks and attend to anything that needs fixing.

Email address *
Your name *
Your answer
Your boat's name *
Your answer
How big is your boat?
MAST required safety equipment
This is the minimum safety equipment all boats must carry when operating in Tasmanian waters. We will be operating in waters classified by MAST as Smooth Waters and Sheltered Waters.

The definitive MAST documentation and requirements are on line at their web site. The MAST Safety Equipment List (http://bit.ly/2eeecpk) and Safety Equipment Brochure (http://bit.ly/2dSyi61).

Boats under 6m - the following items are required (or recommended) by MAST, are they present?
No
Yes
Anchor, rope and chain
Bailer / bilge pump
Approved life jackets - one per person
Fire extinguisher
Oars / auxilliary propulsion
Flares - 2 x Red Hand Flares
Flares - 2 x Orange Smoke Flares
VHF Marine Radio (recommended by MAST; required for tn19)
Heaving line (recommended by MAST; required for tn19)
First Aid Kit (recommended by MAST; required for tn19)
Water (recommended by MAST; required for tn19)
Boats over 6m - the following items are required (or recommended) by MAST, are they present?
No
Yes
Anchor, rope and chain
Bailer / bilge pump
Approved life jackets - one per person
Fire extinguisher
Oars / auxilliary propulsion (recommended by MAST)
Flares - 2 x Red Hand Flares
Flares - 2 x Orange Smoke Flares
VHF Marine Radio (recommended by MAST; required for tn19)
Heaving line
Lifebouy (recommended by MAST)
EPIRB (recommended by MAST; NOT required for tn19)
Radar Reflector (recommended by MAST; NOT required for tn19
First Aid Kit (recommended by MAST; required for tn19)
Water (recommended by MAST; required for tn19)
Other safety features
What floatation does your boat have?
If your vessel is of a particular class or design information on the amount of flotation may be available by searching on-line. Otherwise please describe the type of flotation including an estimate of volume/buoyancy.
Your answer
Navigational equipment - will your boat carry any of the following?
Have you completed a MAST Boat and Gear Check-list?
The MAST Boat and Gear Check-list is a useful pre-departure check for any boating activities - it is available on-line at: http://www.mast.tas.gov.au/wp-content/uploads/2014/05/Boat-and-Gear-Check-List.pdf
Inspections against any recognised standards
It is not essential that your boat has been inspected previously, but if it has, for example for racing, this will assist the Safety Committee in their decision on whether it is suitable for tn19
Has your boat every been inspected against any recognised standards and if so did it pass?
Not applicable/not tested
Failed
Passed
Yachting Australia Special Regulations Pt 2 - For Off the Beach Boats
Yachting Australia Special Regulations Pt 1 - For Keel boats and larger trailable boats
Other Standard (details below)
If your boat has passed any inspection, please provide the name of that standard and the year of the most recent inspection
Your answer
If your boat failed inspection against any standard, please provide the year of the most recent and the points that did not pass inspection
Your answer
Owner/Person-in-Charge Declaration
The owner and the person in charge of a vessel:
a. are always principally responsible for the safety of a boat and her crew;
b. must ensure the boat is structurally sound, thoroughly seaworthy and manned by a crew who are physically fit to face the expected conditions;
c. must be satisfied as to the soundness of hull, spars, rigging, sails and all gear;
d. must ensure that all safety equipment is properly, used, maintained and stowed and that the crew knows how to use it.

At any time before or during the event the tn19 Raid organisers or their delegates may require the owner or the person in charge to demonstrate that the boat meets acceptable standards of seaworthiness, safety equipment and crew experience. If it does not meet acceptable standards the tn19 Raid organisers or their delegates may reject or terminate the boat’s participation without any right to review or compensation.

I understand and accept the responsibilities of the owner / person-in-charge of the vessel *
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