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Old 11-02-2019, 07:08   #1
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CO Detectors required in UK inland waters

"From 1 April 2019, sailors using some of the UK’s harbours and waterways will have to fit a carbon monoxide alarm on their boat.The new regulation follows a public consultation by the Boat Safety Scheme (BSS) and will affect those cruising the Scottish Canals, BWML marinas, Bristol Harbour, all Canal & River Trust waterways, The Broads, the rivers Medway, Thames, Blackwater, Chelmer, Cam, Dee, Wey, and other waterways run by BSS-regulated navigation authorities. It will apply to all classes of boat with accommodation."


I installed one when I installed heat. A boat just isn't ventilated like a house. (Chesapeake Bay).
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Re: CO Detectors required in UK inland waters

We have three, one in each hull and one in galley. You can get a neat one that has a display showing the maximum CO reading.
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Re: CO Detectors required in UK inland waters

Thanks for posting this.


I guess it's time for me to replace the old defunct one.


Does anyone have a few on using domestic ones, like these:


http://www.kiddesafetyeurope.co.uk/D...LLDCO_2015.pdf


On board? The full monty marine ones require a 12v power supply, which is a pain (especially on a 24v boat ).


These Kidde ones are well reviewed, record peak levels, etc. But are they ok on a boat?
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