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Old 22-08-2010, 05:29   #1
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Location: hard aground in C.FL
Boat: 34' 1973 Grampian ketch
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pirate Propane Storage for Non-Subchapter-T Boats

Can anyone prove/disprove that a electricly operated propane tank solinoid is a leagal requirement for non subchapter T vessels?
I keep my tanks for grill and stove in lashed milk crates on aft cabin as i have on every boat i've ever owned. these are shut off when not in use.

I have issues with DCF(children and familys) saying chidren are not allowed to live aboard boats. the boat is much more safe than a shelter. But,, the "safety inspector" showed up in tight office type skirt and heels. tripped on ladder, got her hand in wet paint and (alegeldly)attacked by dog ( chiwowwa smaller than house cat loves everybody, but.)
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