CAP CAMARAT 7.5 CC
OWNER'S MANUAL
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CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION ..................................................................................................................... 7
Welcome ......................................................................................................................... 7
Notes on reading this manual....................................................................................... 9
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1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS ...................................................................................
CONSTRUCTION ..........................................................................................................
GENERAL DIMENSIONS..............................................................................................
ENGINE .........................................................................................................................
ELECTRICITY................................................................................................................
CAPACITIES .................................................................................................................
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DESIGN CATEGORIES AND DISPLACEMENT .......................................................... 13
2.1 DESIGN CATEGORIES................................................................................................. 15
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STABILITY AND BUOYANCY ...................................................................................... 17
3.1 STABILITY DATA.......................................................................................................... 17
3.2 ACCESS TO THE BOAT............................................................................................... 18
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MANOEUVRABILITY .................................................................................................... 21
4.1 VISIBILITY FROM THE STEERING STATION ............................................................. 22
4.1.1 Navigation lights ................................................................................................. 23
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SAFETY .........................................................................................................................
5.1 PREVENTING MAN OVERBOARD SITUATIONS AND THE MEANS OF GETTING
SOMEONE BACK ONBOARD......................................................................................
5.1.1 Prevention of man overboard ............................................................................
5.1.2 Getting back onboard .........................................................................................
5.2 STORING THE LIFE-RAFT ...........................................................................................
5.3 SECURING MOVEABLE ITEMS...................................................................................
5.4 INFORMATION ABOUT THE RISKS OF FLOODING AND ABOUT THE BOAT'S STABILITY
5.4.1 Openings in hull ..................................................................................................
5.4.2 Drainage system .................................................................................................
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INFORMATION RELATING TO FIRE RISKS AND RISKS OF EXPLOSION ..................
PROPULSION ENGINES AND OTHER FUEL-BURNING EQUIPMENT.............................
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM.................................................................................................
FIRE-PREVENTION AND FIRE-FIGHTING EQUIPMENT............................................
6.3.1 Fire-fighting equipment ......................................................................................
6.4 EMERGENCY EXITS IN CASE OF FIRE ......................................................................
6.5 EMERGENCY SYSTEMS IN CASE OF STEERING GEAR FAILURE .........................
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6.1
6.2
6.3
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ELECTRICAL SYSTEM ................................................................................................. 41
7.1 GENERAL INFORMATION ABOUT THE ELECTRICAL SYSTEM .............................. 41
7.2 DC INSTALLATION (12 V) ............................................................................................ 42
7.2.1 Battery use and distribution............................................................................... 42
7.2.2 Battery switch ...................................................................................................... 44
7.2.3 Electrical layout - 12 V ........................................................................................ 45
7.2.4 *1 DC electrical schematic diagram - 12 V ........................................................ 46
7.2.5 Steering station ................................................................................................... 48
7.2.6 Fuses .................................................................................................................... 49
7.2.7 Anodes ................................................................................................................. 50
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ONBOARD COMFORT.................................................................................................. 51
8.1 ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT.......................................................................................... 51
8.2 EQUIPMENT OTHER THAN FOR PROPULSION, WHICH BURNS FUEL
(GENERATOR, HEATING) ............................................................................................ 52
8.2.1 General points ..................................................................................................... 52
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9.1
9.2
9.3
9.4
WATER SYSTEMS ........................................................................................................ 53
GENERAL POINTS........................................................................................................ 53
USING A VALVE............................................................................................................ 54
FRESH WATER SYSTEM ............................................................................................. 55
MAIN PLUMBING EQUIPMENT.................................................................................... 57
9.4.1 Water unit ............................................................................................................. 57
9.4.2 Deck wash pump (Sea water) ............................................................................. 58
9.4.3 Cockpit shower.................................................................................................... 59
9.5 BLACK WATER SYSTEM (WC).................................................................................... 59
9.5.1 Location diagram of black water system (Specificity "US" only) ................... 60
9.6 WASTE WATER SYSTEM............................................................................................. 67
10 ENGINE.......................................................................................................................... 69
10.1 INFORMATION ABOUT THE RISKS OF FIRE AND OF EXPLOSION OF ENGINES..... 69
10.2 DANGER FROM MOVING MECHANICAL PARTS ....................................................... 71
10.3 GENERAL POINTS ....................................................................................................... 71
10.4 STARTING THE ENGINE.............................................................................................. 74
10.5 FUEL CIRCUIT .............................................................................................................. 75
10.6 ENGINE WATER INTAKE VALVE................................................................................ 76
10.7 FUEL FILTER ................................................................................................................ 77
10.8 ENGINE INSTALLATION.............................................................................................. 78
10.9 ENGINE CONTROL ...................................................................................................... 78
10.10 FLAPS ......................................................................................................................... 79
10.11 ACCESS TO THE ENGINE ......................................................................................... 82
10.12 PROPELLER ............................................................................................................... 82
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11 STEERING SYSTEM .....................................................................................................
11.1 GENERAL POINTS.......................................................................................................
11.2 LAYOUT DIAGRAM......................................................................................................
11.3 HYDRAULIC STEERING ..............................................................................................
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12 DECK FITTINGS............................................................................................................
12.1 GENERAL POINTS.......................................................................................................
12.1.1 Polyester ............................................................................................................
12.1.2 Plexiglas.............................................................................................................
12.1.3 STAINLESS STEEL ...........................................................................................
12.1.4 Solid wood on exterior wooden panelling ......................................................
12.1.5 Exterior cushions..............................................................................................
12.2 EQUIPMENT .................................................................................................................
12.2.1 Water ski mast...................................................................................................
12.2.2 Rod holder .........................................................................................................
12.2.3 Seat cockpit .......................................................................................................
12.2.4 Pilot seat / leaning post ....................................................................................
12.3 BERTHING, ANCHORING, TOWING ...........................................................................
12.3.1 Anchor points....................................................................................................
12.3.2 Towing................................................................................................................
12.4 MAIN ELEMENTS OF THE CHAIN LOCKER ..............................................................
12.5 ELECTRIC WINDLASS ................................................................................................
12.6 MOORING .....................................................................................................................
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13 HULL FITTINGS ............................................................................................................
13.1 UPHOLSTERY ..............................................................................................................
13.2 INTERIOR WOODWORK .............................................................................................
13.3 INTERIOR MAINTENANCE ..........................................................................................
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14 HANDLING, TRANSPORT..........................................................................................
14.1 LIFTING PLAN............................................................................................................
14.2 LIFTING.......................................................................................................................
14.3 UPPER LIMIT OF ANTIFOUL.....................................................................................
14.4 LAUNCH/LIFT OUT ....................................................................................................
14.5 WINTER STORAGE....................................................................................................
14.6 TRANSPORT ..............................................................................................................
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15 ENVIRONMENT........................................................................................................... 107
APPENDIXE: CERTIFICATES OF STANDARDS EPA...................................................... 109
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INTRODUCTION
Welcome
You have just taken delivery of your new JEANNEAU boat and we thank you for the
confidence you have shown us in ordering a vessel of our brand. The whole JEANNEAU team
welcomes you aboard.
A JEANNEAU is made to last, in order to bring you all the pleasure you expect from a vessel
over a period of many years. Each boat is subject to the utmost attention to detail from the
design stage right through to launching.
This manual is meant to help you to enjoy your boat comfortably and safely. It includes the boat
specifications, the equipment provided or installed, the systems and tips on her operation and
maintenance. Some of the equipment described in this manual may be optional.
Your JEANNEAU dealer will be able to help and advise you in the use and maintenance of
your boat.
The initial commissioning of your boat will require a lot of skill and care. The proper working of
all your boat's equipment is the result of the quality of the commissioning operations. This is
why the initial launch must be overseen by your dealer.
Read this Owner's Manual carefully and take the time to get to know your boat before
you use it.
The better you know your vessel the more pleasure you will get from being at the helm.
Keep this manual somewhere safe and should you sell your boat, hand it to the new
owner.
You are advised to keep any user's guides supplied by the manufacturers of any
equipment for your boat (accessories...),together with your manual.
For all the equipment on your boat,
please read the instruction manuals provided by the manufacturer.
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This manual has been produced to help you enjoy using your boat in all safety. It contains
the details of the boat and of all the equipment provided and installed on your boat, as well as
the instructions for their use. Read it carefully and really get to know your boat before using it.
This owner's manual is not in any way a navigation or mariner's training manual. If this is
your first boat or if you have changed to a type of boat with which you are not familiar, make
sure that you learn how to use it and manoeuvre it safely and with ease, before taking the helm
alone. Your dealer, or national sailing or motorboat association, or your yacht club will be very
happy to tell you about the navigation schools or qualified instructors in your area.
Make sure that the wind and sea conditions forecast are appropriate for the design
category of your boat and that you and your crew are capable of manoeuvering the boat in
these conditions.
Even with a well-adapted boat, the wind and sea conditions which correspond to the
design categories A,B and C range from storm force winds for category A to severe storm
conditions at the upper end of category C and would put the boat at risk from massive waves
and extreme gusts. These are dangerous conditions in which only an experienced, fit and welltrained crew, manoeuvering a well-maintained boat, could navigate sufficiently well.
This owner's manual is not intended as a detailed maintenance or repairs manual. Should
any problems arise please contact your dealer. If a maintenance manual is provided, please
use it.
Always use the services of an experienced professional for the maintenance of your boat,
for fitting accessories and for any modifications. Any alterations which may affect the safety
specifications of the boat must be assessed, carried out and recorded by persons qualified to
do so. The boat manufacturer cannot be held responsible for any modifications not approved
by them.
Some countries require you to hold a Certificate of Competency or other qualifications, or
other specific regulations may be in force.
Always maintain your boat well and make note of any deterioration due to wear and tear
or to heavy or inappropriate use.
Any boat – no matter how well-built– could suffer serious damage if used recklessly. This
is not compatible with safe navigation. Always adjust the speed and heading of your boat
according to the sea conditions.
If your boat is equipped with a life-raft, read the instruction manual carefully. The crew
must have available onboard all the safety gear (lifejackets, harnesses etc) appropriate for the
type of boat and for the weather conditions etc.. In some countries it is mandatory to have this
safety equipment onboard. The crew must be fully familiarised with the use of the safety gear
and with emergency manoeuvres (Man Overboard procedures, towing another vessel etc).
Sailing schools and clubs regularly run training sessions for these.
It is advised that, when on deck, everyone should wear the appropriate buoyancy aids
(lifejackets, personal buoyancy aids) Be advised that in some countries, it is mandatory to wear
a buoyancy aid which meets the national regulations at all times.
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Notes on reading this manual
The various symbols used throughout the manual for crucial safety
information are as follows:
DANGER
Indicates the existence of a serious inherent danger with a high risk of
death or serious injury if the appropriate precautions are not taken.
WARNING
Indicates the existence of a danger which could lead to injury or death if
the appropriate precautions are not taken.
WARNING
Indicates either a reminder of safety procedures or alerts you to
dangerous manoeuvres or operations, which could result in injuries to
those onboard or in damage to the boat or to components of it, or to the
environment.
ADVICE-RECOMMENDATION
Indicates a recommendation or advice for carrying out manoeuvres appropriate for
the planned manoeuvres.
- While some of the information and illustrations in this manual may show details which are
slightly different from those found on your boat, the key information remains the same. Future
versions of this manual will show any possible modifications as required.
- Due to the constant desire to improve the products, SPBI S.A. reserves the right to make any
changes considered necessary to the design or to the equipment.
That is the reason why the specifications and information given are not contractual, they may
be modified without prior notice or up dates.
- This owner's manual complies with the European Directive 94/25/CE of the 16 June 1994
amended by the European Directive 2003/44/CE of the 16 June 2003;
and with the standard NF EN ISO 10240 of February 2005 .
- This owner's manual is written in several languages. French is the authentic reference
language.
- This owner's manual was written and made up into pages by SPBI S.A.. Any reproduction of
this manual, direct or indirect, provisional or permanent, by whatever means this may be,
whether in whole or in part, and any modification of this manual by a third party for commercial
reasons, are forbidden.
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1 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
CONSTRUCTION
Model ...................................................................................... CAP CAMARAT 7.5 CC Series2
Architect / Interior design................................................... Michael PETERS / Sarrazin Design
Builder .........................................................................................................................SPBI S.A
Principal means of propulsion ...........................................................................................Motor
Hull construction material ........... Laminated sandwich glass / Polyester / Balsa wood & Sinter
Deck construction material ...................Laminated sandwich glass / Polyester / Foam & Sinter
Application - Hull............................................................................................................injection
Application - Deck..................................................................................................Wet laid fibre
1.2
GENERAL DIMENSIONS
L.O.A (Lmax)*:
- standard: ....................................................................................................7,19 m
- with options: ...............................................................................................7,90 m
(Including removable parts that can be dismantled without affecting the boat's structure(bow roller, pulpit,
platform))
Hull length (Lh)* ...............................................................................................................6,96 m
(Excluding: removable parts that can be dismantled, without affecting the structure of the boat)
Overall width (Bmax)*........................................................................................................2,52 m
(Including: removable parts that can be dismantled, without affecting the structure of the boat)
Beam(Bh)*........................................................................................................................2,50 m
(Excluding: removable parts that can be dismantled, without affecting the structure of the boat)
Air draught – Empty vessel (without bimini) ....................................................................1,74 m
Draught - Boat fully laden (without engine) .....................................................................0,49 m
Wetted surface area .................................................................................. Approximately 14 m²
1.3
ENGINE
Nominal maximum propulsion power ....................................................................... 1 x 221 Kw
Maximum recommended engine size ........................................................................ 1 x 365 kg
1.4
ELECTRICITY
Circuit type - Direct current.................................................................................................. 12V
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
1.1
1.5
CAPACITIES
Total mass of the liquid content of fixed tanks when they are full:
- standard:.....................................................................................................290 kg
- USA version:...............................................................................................342 kg
Fuel capacity:
- standard:.......................................................................................................280 L
- EPA version (maximum shut-off volume): ....................................... 64,08 US Gal
Fresh water capacity............................................................................................................80 L
Sewage water capacity (WC) - Specificity USA...................................................................80 L
It may not be possible to use these capacities fully depending on the trim and load of the boat.
It is recommended to keep a reserve of 20% in the fuel tanks.
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- Some of the data is shown on the manufacturer's plate fixed to the boat. The explanation of
the data is given in the appropriate chapters of this manual.
- The recommended maximum load includes the weight of all the people onboard, of
provisions, personal belongings, of all equipment not included in the weight of the boat in
ballast, of the cargo (if relevant) and of all liquids contained in fixed tanks when full (fuel, water,
grey water, black water).
- The maximum recommended weight shown on the manufacturer's plate does not include the
weight contained in the fixed tanks of liquid when full (fuel, water, grey water, black water).
Design category
C
D
Maximum number of people to be allowed onboard
9
9
Light displacement
1 946 kg
Recommended maximum load
1 610 kg
Displacement with maximum load
3 556 kg
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DESIGN CATEGORIES AND DISPLACEMENT
2 DESIGN CATEGORIES AND DISPLACEMENT
If some of those onboard are children, the total number of people allowed onboard may be
increased, provided that:
- The total weight of the children does not exceed 37,5 kg;
and that
- the total weight of all allowed onboard (based on about 75 kg per adult) is not exceeded.
- Do not exceed the recommended maximum number of people onboard.
However many people are onboard, the total, combined load of people and
any gear or equipment must never exceed the recommended maximum load.
- Always use the seats or positions provided.
- When loading the boat, never exceed the recommended maximum load.
Always load the boat with care and distribute the loads in order to maintain the
theoretical trim (more or less horizontal).
- Avoid placing heavy loads high up in the boat.
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2.1
DESIGN CATEGORIES
The boat is designed to sail in winds that may exceed Beaufort force 8 and in waves of a
significant height of 4 metres and more.
This craft is largely self-sufficient. Abnormal conditions such as hurricanes are excluded.
Such conditions may be encountered on extended voyages, for example across oceans, or
inshore when unsheltered from the wind and waves for several hundred nautical miles.
Category B: In open sea
The boat is designed to sail in winds not exceeding Beaufort force 8 and in corresponding seas
(waves of a significant height of less than or equal to 4 metres).
Such conditions may be encountered on offshore voyages of sufficient length, or on coastal
waters when unsheltered from the wind and waves for several dozens of nautical miles.
These conditions may also be experienced on inland seas of sufficient size for the wave height
to be generated.
Category C: Near to the coast
The boat is designed to sail in winds not exceeding Beaufort force 6 and in corresponding seas
(waves of a significant height of less than or equal to 2 metres). You may meet with such
conditions in exposed inland waters, in estuaries and in coastal waters with moderate weather
conditions.
Category D: In sheltered waters
The boat is designed to sail in winds that may exceed Beaufort force 4 and in waves of a
significant height of 0,5 metres and more.
Such conditions may be encountered in sheltered inland waters, and in coastal waters in fine
weather.
NOTE:
- The significant wave height is the mean height of the highest one-third of the waves, which
approximately corresponds to the wave height estimated by an experienced observer. Some
waves will be double this height.
- The creation of different design categories results from the need to distinguish between
different levels of risk according to the construction of the boats.
"The parameters for the characteristics are established to define the conditions of navigation
which each category may encounter; they serve purely to evaluate the boat designs and are
not to be used to limit the geographical areas in which these boats may operate".
- One boat may be classed in several design categories at the same time, each with their
different maximum capabilities.
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DESIGN CATEGORIES AND DISPLACEMENT
Category A: At high sea
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3 STABILITY AND BUOYANCY
STABILITY DATA
- This boat as been assess as capable of supported the weight of the crew, even in the event
of flooding.
- Fully laden displacement was used to evaluate the stability and buoyancy of the boat. The
value of this displacement can be found in paragraph "Technical specifications" at the
beginning of this manual.
- Any change to the disposal of weight on board (for example, the addition of a raised structure
for fishing, radar, change of engine etc) can noticeably affect the boat's stability, trim and
performance.
- It is important to keep water in the bilges to a minimum.
- The boat's stability is affected by adding to the weight of the superstructure.
- When under way, it is advisable to shut the hatches, lockers and doors to minimise the risk
of flooding.
- The boat's stability can be reduced when towing a boat or when using a davit or boom to lift
a heavy load.
- Breaking waves are a serious threat to stability.
- Reduce speed in waves.
- Always adjust the speed and heading of your boat according to the sea
conditions.
- All of the watertight hatches must remain closed when at sea.
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STABILITY AND BUOYANCY
3.1
3.2
ACCESS TO THE BOAT
Access to the cockpit
Access to companionway
Blocked
Access - petrol tank compartment
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- It is imperative that the cockpit and fuel tank compartment must be kept
closed and locked when under way.
- When at sea close the guardrail side-opening or openings.
- Slamming an access hatch may cause injury : always close the hatch gently
and carefully.
- Do not allow children to open or close the hatches unsupervised.
- It is imperative that companionway access is kept closed when at sea.
- Close the deck hatches and portholes before each trip.
- Close all access doors and hatches in heavy weather or when the sea is
rough.
ADVICE-RECOMMENDATION
- When under way, keep hull valves and fillers in the closed position to minimise the risk
of flooding.
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STABILITY AND BUOYANCY
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4 MANOEUVRABILITY
- Maximum rated power of boat propulsion: 1 x 221 Kw.
- Do not install an engine in this boat with a higher rated power than that indicated on the
manufacturer's plate.
- Use negative trim to go from cruising speed to planing speed, and at low speeds (applicable
to boats equipped with a system for directing the propeller thrust).
- Do not drive the boat at high speed with a negative trim of the propulsion equipment (bow
down). This can make the boat heel and cause it to be unstable when turning.
- Do not drive at top speed in areas of heavy boat traffic or in situations of reduced visibility,
strong winds or heavy seas. Reduce the boat's speed and wake out of courtesy and for your
own safety and the safety of others. Observe speed limits and "NO WASH" signs.
- Observe the rules of priority as defined in the Navigation Rules and imposed by the
international regulations for preventing collisions at sea (Collision Regulations - COLREG).
- Ensure that you always have sufficient room to stop or manoeuver if necessary in order to
avoid a collision.
- Avoid abrupt manoeuvers at full speed.
- Do not sit on the forward section of the cockpit when the boat is moving at high speed.
- Reduce speed in big waves for your comfort and safety.
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MANOEUVRABILITY
- It is important to take additional precautions in very strong winds or in a confused sea or
breaking waves.
4.1
VISIBILITY FROM THE STEERING STATION
Visibility from the steering station may be obstructed when the boat is trimmed at a steep angle
or due to other factors caused by one or more of the following conditions:
- Angle of engine trim control switch (in boats equipped with an engine trim control
switch);
- Angle of hull trim control switch (in boats equipped with a hull trim control switch
or trim tabs);
- Load and load distribution;
- Speed;
- Rapid acceleration;
- Transition from displacement mode to planing mode;
- Sea conditions;
- Rain and mist;
- Darkness and fog;
- Lights on inside the boat;
- Position of the upper and side awnings;
- Persons and removable equipment in the helmsman's field of visibility.
The international rules for preventing collisions at sea (COLREG) and the navigation rules
demand constant vigilance and observance of priority rules. Observance of these rules is
essential.
- Manoeuvrability is reduced at excessive speeds.
- There is a risk of loss of control during tight turns.
- Reduce speed before making a turn in any direction.
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4.1.1 Navigation lights
The navigation lights run on DC power.
MANOEUVRABILITY
Control: Steering station
Location: Starboard aft quarterdeck
Control: Steering station
Mooring light / Connection
The only function of the samson post is to support the navigation light. Any other use is
dangerous and forbidden.
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5 SAFETY
PREVENTING MAN OVERBOARD SITUATIONS AND THE MEANS OF
GETTING SOMEONE BACK ONBOARD
5.1.1 Prevention of man overboard
- The zones outside the working deck area are the hatched areas below :
- The "working deck" means those areas outside where people stand or walk during normal
use of the boat.
NOTE: Standing on the sunbed is prohibited.
Ref 1: Fitting a means of climbing back onboard.
Ref 2: Mooring cleats.
- Use the positions provided for each crew member.
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SAFETY
5.1
5.1.2 Getting back onboard
The means for getting back onboard must be able to be deployed by one person alone in the
water, with no other help.
Fitting a means of climbing back onboard:
- Some types of equipment for getting back onboard have a locking device
when folded up: It is advisable to have the means for getting back on board
permanently deployed when the boat is in use (at anchor, moored or at sea).
- Make sure that the means for getting back onboard are readily accessible
and easy to use by someone alone in the water.
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STORING THE LIFE-RAFT
SAFETY
5.2
The life-raft(not supplied) must be stored in the space provided for it (Ref 1). A pictogram helps
to locate it easily.
Before putting to sea, carefully read the launching instructions shown on
the liferaft.
When at sea, never padlock or lock the stowage locker for the life-raft.
5.3
SECURING MOVEABLE ITEMS
- Ensure that movable items are firmly secured when the boat is under way.
- Don't store anything below the floorboards.
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5.4
INFORMATION ABOUT THE RISKS OF FLOODING AND ABOUT THE
BOAT'S STABILITY
5.4.1 Openings in hull
Reference
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Designation
Cockpit scupper
Drainage - Aft quarterdeck
Draining of aft electric bilge pump
Draining of manual bilge pump
WC evacuation to sea
Sea water intake - WC
"WASTE" pump out drain plug
Galley sink drain
Chain locker scupper
Forward electrical bilge pump draining
Valve
Not
Not
Not
Not
Yes
Yes
Not
Not
Not
Not
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5.4.2 Drainage system
- The inner moulding of the hull has channelling: the drainage channels. The drainage
channels allow the water to drain down to the lowest point in the boat, where it can be
discharged. So it is important to allow the water to flow freely down to this lowest point of the
boat, which includes.
- Regularly cleaning the lowest point of the boat and the drainage channels.
Diagram of the layout - Bilge pumps
Reference
Designation
1
Manual bilge pump
2
Manual bilge pump lever
3 & 3’
Electric bilge pump
4
Switch - Forward electrical bilge pump
4’
Switch - Aft electric bilge pump
(*) 45 strokes/minute
If 70 stroke/minute: rate 35p/minute
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Rate
32p/minute (*)
30p/minute
SAFETY
General points
5.4.2.1 Main drainage system
Electric bilge pumps
- The bilge pumps are powered by DC.
- Location of the electric bilge pumps: Ref 3 & 3’.
Ref 3
Ref 3’
- The control is located in the wheelhouse (Ref 4).
- The electric bilge pump must only be used to discharge stagnant water at the bottom of the
bilge. It must not be used to pump out any oil-based products (petrol, oil) or inflammable liquids.
Operation:
I- Turn on the battery switches.
II- Switch on the bilge pump switch (Ref 4) and keep it pressed down for as long as is necessary
to drain the water using the bilge pump.
If the boat is equipped with an automatic bilge pump, the switch has an always-on position.
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5.4.2.2 Secondary drainage system
Manual bilge pump
The bilge pump lever is located close to it (Ref 2).
Operation:
I- Put the lever on the manual bilge pump.
II- Repeatedly work the lever up and down to its fullest extent.
The manual bilge pump lever must remain accessible at all times.
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SAFETY
The manual bilge pump is in the cockpit (Ref 1).
Diagram of the layout - Drying out the bilge
Reference
1
2
3
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
Designation
Drain scupper - petrol tank compartment
Drainage - Fishpond
Cockpit scupper
Draining of aft electric bilge pump
Draining of manual bilge pump
Manual bilge pump
Aft electric bilge pump
Intake strainer - Manual bilge pump
Cockpit drainage
Drainage - Gangway
Chain locker scupper
Forward electrical bilge pump draining
Forward electrical bilge pump
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Bilge pump maintenance
- The drainage system is not designed to control water coming from breaches
in the hull.
- Keep the water level in the bilges to the minimum.
- Never store anything right at the bottom of the boat: Allow bilge water to flow
freely down to the lowest point of the boat.
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
- Check that each bilge pump is working at regular intervals.
- Clear the bilge pump points or strainers of any debris that could clog them.
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Please refer to the manufacturer's notes on the instructions for checking and maintaining the
bilge pumps.
6
6 INFORMATION RELATING TO FIRE RISKS AND RISKS OF
EXPLOSION
PROPULSION ENGINES AND OTHER FUEL-BURNING EQUIPMENT
The risks associated with motorisation are described in the
MOTORISATION chapter.
- Boats equipped with a 25kW or larger outboard engine must have onboard
one or more portable fire extinguishers with a total combined capacity of at
least 8A / 68B.
The risks associated with other fuel-burning equipment are
described in the OTHER FUEL-BURNING EQUIPMENT chapter.
6.2
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
The risks associated with the electrical systems are described in
the ELECTRICITY chapter.
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6.1
6.3
FIRE-PREVENTION AND FIRE-FIGHTING EQUIPMENT
6.3.1 Fire-fighting equipment
Portable fire-extinguishers and fire blanket (not supplied)
- When in use, this boat must be equipped with portable fire extinguishers of the following
extinguishing capacity and located in the following places:
The location of the portable fire extinguishers is shown by the pictogram below:
Reference
1
Designation
Portable fire extinguisher
Location
Cabin
Minimum extinguishing capacity
8A / 68B
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Location of the port for the extinguisher:
cockpit: Cabin
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The fuel tank comparment is provided with an opening to allow the
extinguisher contents to be discharged without the need to open the normal access hatches.
Maintenance of the fire-fighting equipment
The owner/person operating the boat must:
- Get the fire-fighting equipment checked at the frequency shown on the equipment;
- Replace portable fire extinguishers, if outdated or discharged, by extinguishing apparatus of
equal capacity;
- Provide at least one fire bucket with a lanyard, in a readily accessible place, for protection
on deck.
Responsibility of the owner/boat operator
It is the responsibility of the owner/boat operator to:
- Make sure that fire fighting equipment (portable extinguishers) is immediately available when
the boat is occupied;
- Ensure that any drainage points in the engine compartment (or in the petrol tank
compartment)are readily accessible;
- Show the members of the crew:
- The location and use of the fire-fighting equipment;
- The location of the drainage points in the petrol tank compartment;
- The location of evacuation routes and fire exits.
Notes for the attention of the boat user
General points
- Check that the bilges are clean and frequently check that there are no fuel/gas vapours or
fuel leaks.
- In the case of replacement of components of the fire-fighting equipment, use only the
appropriate components of the same code designation or having the equivalent technical
capacity and fire resistance.
- Do not install free-hanging curtains or other fabrics near or above the cooking appliances or
other equipment with a naked flame.
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EMERGENCY EXITS IN CASE OF FIRE
Designation
Location
Emergency exit
Companionway
Never:
- Obstruct the passages leading to the emergency exits and the hatches;
- Obstruct or block safety controls, for instance fuel shut off valves, gas taps,
electrical system circuit-breakers;
- Obstruct access to the portable extinguishers;
- Leave the boat unsupervised when cooking equipment and/or heating
equipment is in use;
- Modify any of the boat's installations (especially the electrical, fuel or gas
installations) or allow unqualified personnel to proceed with modifying these
installations;
- Fill the fuel tanks or replace gas bottles while the engine is running or while
cooking or heating equipment is in use;
- Use gas lamps in the boat;
- Smoke when handling fuel or gas.
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6.4
6.5
EMERGENCY SYSTEMS IN CASE OF STEERING GEAR FAILURE
1. Stop the engine.
2. Drop anchor to avoid drifting.
3. Find out if you can solve the problem yourself by looking at the engine manual.
4. Request help.
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7 ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
GENERAL INFORMATION ABOUT THE ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
DC INSTALLATION
7.1
Reference
1
2
Designation
Batteries, Positive battery isolator switch, Windlass circuit breaker
Fuses, Switches - Wheelhouse
- The risks of fire or explosion may result from careless use of the DC and
AC systems.
- The risks of electrocution may result from careless use of the AC system.
Never:
- work on a live electrical system;
- modify the elecrical system of the vessel or the relevant diagrams: It is
important that the installation, maintenance and any modifications be carried
out by a technician qualified in marine electricity;
- change or modify the strength of the safety devices protecting against
power surges;
- install or replace electrical equipment or materials with components which
exceed the system's nominal electrical power capacity;
- leave the boat unsupervised when the electrical system is live, apart from
when the automatic bilge pump and the boat's fire protection and security
systems are in use.
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7.2
DC INSTALLATION (12 V)
7.2.1 Battery use and distribution
General points
On board electrical power is direct current.
Battery charging is carried out either:
- by the alternator linked to the engine when the engine is running,
- by the battery charger (if the boat has one).
It is imperative that when the boat is first launched, a professional engineer connects the
batteries.
Always check the condition of the batteries and charge system before putting to sea.
Battery set
Location: Cockpit locker.
Engine battery: 110A
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Maintenance
- Avoid charging batteries to a voltage greater than 14,6 V.
- Regularly check that the terminals and connection cables are clean. If necessary, apply a
thin coating of paraffin on the terminals, to prevent corrosion.
- Regularly recharge all of the batteries onboard.
- Continuously maintain the charged batteries: this determines their length of life.
- Avoid long periods of electrical inactivity (for example when wintering the boat).
- All work carried out on a battery must only be carried out by someone
qualified to do so. Whenever working on a battery, wear safety goggles and
protective clothing.
- Never smoke or produce a spark near a battery: risk of an explosion.
- If any acid accidentally splashes on your skin or in your eyes thoroughly
rinse it off immediately with fresh water. See a doctor immediately.
- Never touch the battery terminals: danger of electric shock.
- Refer to the manufacturer's instructions for use and maintenance.
- IT IS IMPERATIVE TO DISCONNECT THE BATTERY CHARGER
BEFORE DISCONNECTING THE BATTERY TERMINALS FOR
MAINTENANCE.
Maintenance of lead batteries
- Every year check the water levels in the batteries, and if they are low top them up with
distilled water.
- Keep all metallic objects away from the batteries.
- Lead batteries contain sulphuric acid: Be careful not to knock them over whenever handling
them.
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- Keep the batteries clean and dry.
7.2.2 Battery switch
- Manual battery switches: to make the system live, manually turn the positive and negative
battery isolator switches.
Location: Cockpit locker
- Turn off all battery breakers before leaving the vessel: risk of damage to
the whole battery bank.
- Avoid operating the battery switches when the batteries are charging.
- Never switch off the battery breakers when the boat's engine is running (risk
of damage to the charging circuit).
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7.2.3 Electrical layout - 12 V
20
22
DC INSTALLATION
21
19
18 17 16 15
Reference
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
14 13
12
11
10
9
5 4
Designation
Electric windlass
Lighting
Compass light
Electronic instruments
Fuel gauge indicator
Control screen - Engines
Electronic instruments
Port navigation light
Circuit breakers / Switches
12 V socket
Fuses
Starting - Motor
Electric bilge pump
Fuses - Fuel gauge
Cockpit lighting
Positive battery isolator switch
Electric bilge pump
Engine battery
Mooring light (Samson post)
Water unit
Starboard navigation light
Cabin lighting
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3
2
1
7.2.4 *1 DC electrical schematic diagram - 12 V
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1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
Designation
Switch - Navigation lights
Switch - Electric bilge pump
Switch - Water unit
Compass light
Rev counter - Motor
Trim indicators
Fuel gauge indicator
Starting - Motor
12 V socket
Water unit
Port navigation light
Starboard navigation light
Mooring light (Samson post)
Interior lighting
Electric bilge pump
Lighting - WC
Engine battery
Service battery
Fuse
Outboard
Fridge
Hifi
Electric windlass
Windlass relay
Windlass fuse
Speaker - starboard
Speaker - port
Positive battery isolator switch
Fuel gauge transmitter
Windlass fuse
Battery switch of negative terminal
Electronic instruments
Plus after contact - Motor
Fuse
Fuse - Fuel gauge
Windlass remote control
Relay box
Electronic instruments
Switch
Connection
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Reference
7.2.5 Steering station
Reference
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Designation
Hifi
Electronic instrument
Steering compass
Engine panel
Switches / Circuit breakers (from left to right):
- Navigation lights
- Electronic instrument
- Water unit
Switches / Circuit breakers (from left to right):
- Electric bilge pump
- Electric bilge pump
Engine control lever
Starting - Motor
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7.2.6 Fuses
Access: Behind the wheelhouse
1. Plus after contact - Motor
2. Interior lighting
3. Electric bilge pump
1
10 A
15 A
7
4. Water unit
2
10 A
10 A
8
5. Navigation lights
3
10 A
10 A
9
6. Available
4
10 A
7. Available
5
10 A
8. Available
6
10 A
9. Hifi
When replacing fuses/circuit-breakers, always ensure replacements are of
the right capacity (see the colour-codes)
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DC INSTALLATION
- A fuse protects an electrical circuit from a power surge. If it blows, you must replace it with
another fuse of the same rating.
7.2.7 Anodes
General points
- The sacrificial anodes protect the boat's metal components from electrolysis.
- A sacrificial anode is an expendable part, that by eroding (oxydisation), allows the current to
flow. The anodes used are made of a metal that is more readily reductive than the metal they
are protecting.
- On a new boat, all the underwater metallic components try to be at the same electric
potential, which leads to the rapid deterioration of the anodes in the first few weeks in the water.
Location: on the housing.
Maintenance
- At least 2 times a year, check the corrosion on all of the anodes. Change the anode if
necessary (Before it lost 50% of its weight).
- Use the appropriate anodes for the cruising area: fresh water/magnesium anodes; Sea
water/zinc anodes.
- If the motor mountings are raised, the anodes are out of the water: in this case the anodes
can no longer protect the sterndrive: take note of the skipper's recommendations.
- When the boat is stored at a dry dock, the corrosion protection is not as effective due to
oxidation of the anodes: even the new anodes oxidize the surface. Before returning the boat
into the water, clean the anodes.
Cleaning anodes
- Use sandpaper. Do not use metal brushes or steel tools to clean the boat, it may damage
the galvanic protection.
Replacing the anodes
- The anodes are fastened with screws and nuts. First, remove the screws and nuts that hold
the anode, then clean the contact surface. Press the new anode to obtain a good electrical
contact.
- Never cover the anodes in antifoul.
- During the first few weeks that the boat is in the water, check the anodes
and if necessary replace them: they erode very rapidly during this period.
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8 ONBOARD COMFORT
ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT
The onboard electronics are powered by direct current.
Control: Steering station
LEAD LINES
- Do not store material on top of the sensors.
- Do not cover the sensors in antifoul when antifouling the hull.
- Regularly clean the sensors.
ADVICE-RECOMMENDATION
- Place the protective covers on the repeaters when unused for long periods.
- When sailing store the protective covers inside the boat to avoid losing them.
- The various repeater displays are back-lit.
- Regularly clean the fascias of the repeaters with fresh water.
- Refer to the manufacturer's instructions for use and maintenance.
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8.1
8.2
EQUIPMENT OTHER THAN FOR PROPULSION, WHICH BURNS FUEL
(GENERATOR, HEATING)
8.2.1 General points
- Make sure that the ventilation openings in the engine (and generator, if installed)
compartment are well cleared.
- Stop the engine and refrain from smoking during fuel tank filling.
- Get your fuel circuit checked regularly by a professional engineer.
- Avoid any contact between inflammable materials and the hot sections of the engine.
- Take all necessary precautions to avoid contact with naked flames and other hot areas.
- Do not obstruct or modify the ventilation system.
- Fuel stored outside the fuel tanks (jerrycans, spare cans) must be kept in a well-ventilated
place.
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9 WATER SYSTEMS
GENERAL POINTS
- It is essential to rinse the entire on-board water system the first time the boat is used (The
water system is protected in the factory by a dietary anti-freeze).
- The water tanks may have had an anti-algae treatment using a copper sulphate based
product. It is advisable to renew the treatment according to the area in which the boat is sailing.
- Purge all the water circuits when winterizing to prevent damage due to freezing.
- Clean/change the filters regularly.
- Regularly check water-tightness of joints in the water system installations.
Check that screws and bolts are well tightened and replace them if they are
worn or corroded.
- Disconnect shore water supply before leaving the boat (if fitted).
- If the boat is sailing in temperatures below freezing, it is possible to use antifreeze in the water systems: use a non-toxic anti-freeze marked for dietary
use.
NEVER USE AUTOMOBILE ANTI-FREEZE: RISK OF POISONING.
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WATER SYSTEMS
9.1
9.2
USING A VALVE
The valve is shut when the valve handle is at right angles to the pipe, the valve is open when
the valve handle is in line with the pipe.
Reference
1
2
Designation
Open valve
Closed valve
- Valves have a lifespan of approximately 5 years. It is essential to have all
valves on board checked by a professional every 5 years and possibly replace
them.
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9.3
FRESH WATER SYSTEM
2
3
4
WATER SYSTEMS
1
Reference
1
2
3
4
Designation
Fresh water tank
Cockpit shower
"WATER" deck filler
Water unit
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Water tank
Location: Cockpit locker
Capacity: 80 litre
WATER filler
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9.4
MAIN PLUMBING EQUIPMENT
- The water unit is supplied by direct current.
- It serves to feed all the boat's plumbing equipment with fresh water. It is fitted with a pressure
switch that activates the flow when the pressure in the water system falls.
- The water unit must only be used with the fresh water supply. All other use (with sea water
or bilge water, with oil products) is prohibited.
- Make sure that the water unit is never run dry.
- The pressure and capacity of the water unit depend on the temperature of the stored fresh
water supply.
Control: Steering station
Location: Cockpit locker
1. Filter
2. Water unit
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9.4.1 Water unit
9.4.2 Deck wash pump (Sea water)
- The deck wash pump is supplied by direct current.
- The deck wash pump allows the deck or the boat's tender to be washed.
Control: Steering station
Operation
- Open the sea water intake valve.
- Select sea water/fresh water supply.
- Attach a hose to the connector provided in the
cockpit.
- Start the pump.
Connection - Cockpit
1. Sea water intake
2. Filter
3. Deck wash pump
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9.4.3 Cockpit shower
Location
9.5
BLACK WATER SYSTEM (WC)
General points
- Black water is human waste including the flushing water from the toilets.
- Close the valves after each use and above all when the boat is unattended.
- Regularly check the valves and thru-hull seacocks for proper operation and watertightness.
- Regularly check the tightness of the flexible pipe clamps and connections.
ADVICE-RECOMMENDATION
- Respect local regulations regarding the emptying of black water tanks.
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- The cockpit shower allows the use of fresh water for rinsing off.
9.5.1 Location diagram of black water system (Specificity "US" only)
Reference
1
2
3
4
5
6
Designation
WC pump out deck fitting (WASTE filler cap)
Sea water intake - WC
WC evacuation to sea
WC
Black water tank
64 L black water tank
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YOUR BOAT IS FITTED WITH A BLACK WATER TANK
1)
Holding tank
- A black water tank is used solely for the temporary collection of water coming from the toilets.
- The tank can be emptied in 2 ways:
- By connection to a pumping system that empties the tank by suction. This system
uses the "WASTE" deck connection.
- Via the thru-hull fitting emptying directly into the sea (on condition that this is
allowed by law in the country where the boat is sailing).
- Only use water soluble toilet paper to avoid any blockage.
Note: Sanitary towels and other items (paper handkerchiefs, dressings etc) in the
toilets and black water tank will inevitably lead to blockages.
- Faecal matter causes formation of unpleasant odours in the black water tanks, to which the
use of salt water for flushing the toilets also contributes. Algae present in salt water also give
off unpleasant odours.
- Completely empty the black water system before leaving the vessel unattended in
temperatures below freezing.
- Ask for information about the laws in force in your country or your marina about discharging
your waste waters into the sea.
2)
Use of toilets
- Every time the toilets are used, flush afterwards with copious amounts of water in the bowl
using the toilet pump (manual or electric).
- When you are leaving the boat for several days, flush with fresh water, using for example the
head's shower. Sea water that stagnates in the bowl gives off bad smells.
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To minimise the smells coming from this tank, we advise the following use and maintenance:
3)
Maintenance of black water tank
- The risk of unpleasant odours forming increases when the waste water remains in the tank
for a long time.
- Whenever possible empty the tank regularly even before it is full.
- Every time the tank is emptied put in about 5 litres of fresh water and add an appropriate
detergent additive (available from chandleries). A very simple method is soda salts, which
clean and disinfect at the same time.
- Before winterising, flush the tank with copious amounts of fresh water filling it through the
'WASTE' deck connection. Leave at least 5 litres of fresh water mixed with a detergent additive.
- Disinfecting: Disinfect the tank once a year by filling it with a solution of Javel water (1 to
1000).
- Never use automobile anti-freeze in the black water system: risk of
poisoning.
ADVICE-RECOMMENDATION
- Respect local regulations regarding the emptying of black water tanks.
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WATER SYSTEMS
Drainage by electric pump DC (Masher)
Reference
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Designation
Vent hole
Seawater intake valve
Black water tank
Masher (WC drainage pump)
WC
Gauge
"WASTE" deck connection
Sea discharge valve
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Using a marine toilet with a tank drain by macerator
I. Open the sea water intake valve (Ref 2).
II. Fill the bowl by using the manual toilet pump.
III. Using the toilet (Ref 5).
IV.a. To empty the organic waste in the tank:
- Make sure the thru-hull seacock (Ref 8) is closed.
- Empty the bowl using the manual toilet pump.
IV.b. In the case of a direct discharge into the sea:
- Open the thru-hull seacock (Ref 8).
- Empty the bowl using the manual toilet pump.
- Empty the tank by switching the electric pump (Ref 4).
IV.c. To discharge through the deck:
- Open the deck connection marked "WASTE" (Ref 7).
- Use the pump-out system where fitted at a port.
Refer to the manufacturer's instructions for use and maintenance.
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WATER SYSTEMS
CHEMICAL TOILET
Reference
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Designation
Fresh water tank (Upper)
Pump
Fresh water tank cap
Black water tank (Lower)
Gauge
Evacuation pipe
Filler flap
General points
The chemical toilets have two tanks: a tank for flushing and a tank for faecal matter. The system
is completed by the use of chemical additives which dissolve faecal matter and minimise the
smell.
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Operation
- Use an additive for sanitation for use with chemical toilets (use the recommended dose and
follow the instructions on the bottle of the sanitation additive).
- Clean and dry the chemical toilets before storing them.
- Empty the black water tank in an authorised area or down a normal toilet.
- Regularly replace the gasket between the two tanks.
ADVICE-RECOMMENDATION
- Refer to the manufacturer's instructions for use and maintenance.
- Do not use detergents (chlorine,solvent).
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9.6
WASTE WATER SYSTEM
- Close the valves after each use and above all when the boat is unattended.
- Regularly check the valves and thru-hull seacocks for proper operation and watertightness.
- Regularly check the tightness of the flexible pipe clamps and connections.
ADVICE-RECOMMENDATION
- Observe local regulations regarding the emptying of grey water tanks.
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General points
10
10 ENGINE
- Make sure that the coolant is circulating properly.
- Ensure that ventilation openings in the compartment fuel tank are not obstructed.
- Stop the engine and refrain from smoking during fuel tank filling.
- Get your fuel circuit checked regularly by a professional engineer.
- Avoid any contact between inflammable materials and the hot sections of the engine.
- Never switch off or de-energise the electric system when the engine is running.
- Never block the access of the fuel supply valve.
- Do not obstruct or modify the ventilation system.
- Never turn the engine over when the boat is on land.
- Fuel stored outside the fuel tanks (jerrycans, spare cans) must be kept in a well-ventilated
place.
- Regularly check that the petrol tank compartment is clean and dry.
- Take all necessary precautions to avoid contact with naked flames and other hot areas.
Engine water intake valve:
Fuel supply valve
Located directly on the saildrive
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10.1 INFORMATION ABOUT THE RISKS OF FIRE AND OF EXPLOSION OF
ENGINES
Diagram of the layout - Ventilation
- petrol tank compartment
2
1
Reference
1
2
Designation
Pipe - Ventilation
Ventilation grid
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10.2 DANGER FROM MOVING MECHANICAL PARTS
- Be careful if you have long hair, bulky clothing, rings etc (at risk of being caught).
10.3 GENERAL POINTS
- Don't install an engine more powerful or heavier than recommended on this boat, this risks
compromising the boat's stability.
- Make sure you have enough fuel before sailing.
- Don't close the fuel supply valve between each use of the engine (unless for a lengthy
absence).
- Get the whole propulsion system checked at least once a year by a professional engineer.
See the chapter on "Manoeuvrability".
Type of motorisation
Your vessel is fitted with a gasoline-powered outboard engine.
Filling up with fuel
- Fill the fuel tank using the deck filler marked "PETROL" for this.
- Fuel capacity: 280 litre.
- Reservoir location: Cockpit locker.
- Regularly check that the O ring on the filler cap is in good condition, to prevent any water
ingress.
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- Keep away from the moving parts of the engine (belts and moving parts or hot components)
and the drive shafts etc..
Gauge
- The fuel level is shown on the indicator gauge located at the helm position.
- Some of the gauges must be calibrated when you first fill the tanks: please consult your
dealer.
Deck filler
Location
Gauge
Fuel tank
- The tanks' nominal capacity cannot be fully used due to the load and the
need to maintain the correct trim. A 20% reserve should be kept.
ADVICE-RECOMMENDATION
- Regularly check that the O ring on the filler cap is in good condition, to prevent any water
ingress.
- Keep the fuel tank as full as possible to prevent condensation.
- Be careful with any possible risk of oil and fuel spillage.
- Follow the engine manufacturer's instructions exactly.
- Never switch off the battery breakers when the boat's engine is running (risk of
serious damage to the charging circuit).
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EPA version (United States Environmental Protection Agency)
- When cleaning the boat, be careful not to damage the valves, vent or fuel circuit filler.
Installation configuration for each fuel tank (Standards EPA)
Reference
1
2
3
4
Designation
Deck filler
Vent hole
Petrol tank
Canister
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ENGINE
- The maintenance of the complete petrol circuit system must be done professionally every
year. It is advisable to clean the circuit only with soapy water. All the fuel circuit connections
must be checked once a year.
10.4 STARTING THE ENGINE
Before starting the engine, it is imperative:
- to open the fuel supply valve;
- to switch on the battery supply by using the battery isolator switches;
- to put the control lever in neutral;
- to attach the circuit-breaker to the pilot.
Make a habit of looking to see if sea water is pumped out with the exhaust gases as soon as
you start the engine. If no water runs out, stop the engine immediately. Check the coolant flow.
- Before using the engine, make sure you carefully read the handbook
provided by the engine manufacturer.
SAFETY KILL-CORD
To avoid the engine being started accidentally disconnect the circuit
breaker when the engine is not running.
- Always start the engine with the control lever in neutral.
- Learn how to judge the necessary distance of deceleration for the vessel to
come to a complete stop (The reverse gear is not a brake).
- Attach the cutout to the pilot at engine start.
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10.5 FUEL CIRCUIT
1
4
5
6
ENGINE
3
9
10
8
Reference
1
3
4
5
6
8
9
10
Designation
Outboard
Fuel filter
Fuel supply valve
Fuel gauge transmitter
Anti-flooding valve
Vent hole - Fuel tank
Deck filler - PETROL
Fuel gauge indicator
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10.6 ENGINE WATER INTAKE VALVE
The sea water intake plays a major role in keeping the engine running well.
- Keep the strainer under the hull as clean as possible;
- Brush the strainer whenever the boat is lifted out;
- Don't cover the strainer in antifoul.
Sea water intake
Located directly on the saildrive
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Engine running problems may have different origins, including dirty fuel. The injection pump
may wear out if there is water in the system. The water results either from the condensation
resulting from an insufficiently filled tank, or from a filler cap either not closed properly or with
a damaged seal.
In order to prevent any water infiltration, the fuel runs through two filters:
- One filter is an integral part of the engine, its role is to filter fuel very finely. Please refer to
the engine manufacturer's notes for any maintenance and for the frequency of filter changes.
- In some cases a second filter is located on the pipes connecting the tank to the engine, acting
as water collector and pre-filter.
Maintenance
- Purge the impurities by unscrewing the screw located at the base of the decanting
bowl(without removing it). Let the liquid run into a receptacle until the fuel runs clear. Do this
several times a year.
- Change the pre-filter at least once a year.
Location: petrol tank compartment
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10.7 FUEL FILTER
10.8 ENGINE INSTALLATION
- The boat is designed for a single outboard engine.
10.9 ENGINE CONTROL
- The engine manufacturer's notes provide detailed explanations on how to operate the engine
and keep it running well.
- Read the manufacturer's notes on use and maintenance of the engine.
Control lever
- The control lever is fitted with a safety system which prevents the engine from starting when
in gear.
- The trim adjustment control is built into the handle. By raising/lowering the footing for the
outboard engine you can delicately adjust the fore and aft trim of the boat.
- The trim indicator is located at the steering station.
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10.10 FLAPS
- The flaps (trim control system) allow the pilot to adjust the boat's trim under way and thus to
reduce fuel consumption.
- The flaps run on DC power.
- A fuse protects the electrical circuit.
- They are operated by means of a push button situated on the wheelhouse and their position
is adjustable.
- The flaps only work when the boat's engines are running.
ADVICE-RECOMMENDATION
- Refer to the manufacturer's instructions for use and maintenance.
- Adjust the flaps gradually to avoid abrupt hull movements. At high speeds, take care
when adjusting the flaps.
- Retract the flaps fully if there is a heavy swell on the stern of the boat.
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General points
General points
The flaps are controlled electrically.
The actuator is mechanical.
The flaps need to be protected by an anode (see the chapter on Electricity).
Operation
When the flaps are lowered, the boat's bow tends to rise out of the water.
When the flaps are lifted, the boat's bow tends to go down.
Maintenance
Clean the flaps regularly with clean water.
During lift-outs, repaint the flaps and actuator with antifouling. Do not cover the section below
the anode or the anode itself with antifouling.
Control
Location: Steering station
Flaps
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ENGINE
Layout diagram
Reference
1
2
3
4
Designation
Mechanical actuator
Control panel
Control box
Fuse
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10.11 ACCESS TO THE ENGINE
The access to the engine is via:
- The cockpit.
10.12 PROPELLER
- The propeller delivered with the boat represents the end result of trials carried out in
collaboration with the engine manufacturer. Never change the propeller without first consulting
a professional engineer.
- Propeller efficiency will drop if the propeller blades are damaged in any way or dirty: regularly
clean the blades carefully.
- During a lift-out, check the propellor: it should turn freely on its axis and there should be no
play.
- Single-engined boats are equipped with a right-hand pitched propeller.
- Respect speed limits.
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11 STEERING SYSTEM
- The steering system is hydraulic.
- The steering system is an important safety feature. For this reason, the annual inspection of
the whole system must be carried out by a professional engineer.
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STEERING SYSTEM
11.1 GENERAL POINTS
11.2 LAYOUT DIAGRAM
6
5
Reference
1
2
3
4
5
6
4
3
2
1
Designation
Steering pump (Steering rack)
Steering wheel
Engine control lever
Hydraulic steering
Accelerator / Reverser
Watertight bellows
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11.3 HYDRAULIC STEERING
General points
- Protect the ram from any risk of impact, scratches or any other type of degradation. No
impurities must ever penetrate the inside of the ram.
- Nothing must impede the movement of the ram: regularly ensure that the ram is able to
function smoothly:
when moving the engine from hard to port to hard to starboard;
when fully raising the engine.
Steering piston
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STEERING SYSTEM
- Steering is achieved by rotating the engine base. This rotation is done using a hydraulic ram.
Replenishing and bleeding the circuit
- This task must be carried out by a professional engineer: please consult your dealer.
- Use only oil ISO 22.
- The whole of the hydraulic circuit must be kept scrupulously clean: any impurity risks causing
the deterioration of the steering gear.
After each winter, check
that rotating the wheel to starboard turns the boat to starboard;
that the circuit is properly bled;
that there are no leaks in the connections, the pumps, the ram or the flexible hydraulic hoses;
that the pump is filled with oil to the correct level(25 mm of air must be left in the pump : this
space is vital for the hydraulic circuit to work properly, it allows the oil to expand);
that the nuts and screws are fully tightened to the correct torque as shown in the manufacturer's
instructions;
that the hydraulic hoses have not been flattened or deformed.
ADVICE-RECOMMENDATION
- Refer to the manufacturer's instructions for use and maintenance.
- Do not step on the hydraulic ram.
- It is vital periodically to grease the inside of the engine drive-shaft.
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12 DECK FITTINGS
12.1.1 Polyester
- Regularly brush the deck using a gentle de-greasing agent then rinse the deck with fresh
water.
- Use as few cleaning agents as possible.
- Don't use solvents or aggressive detergent agents.
- Don't discharge cleaning agents into the water: Consult the harbourmaster's office to find out
the conditions of water use and the maintenance area for cleaning your vessel.
- Don't use a pressure washer.
12.1.2 Plexiglas (PMMA)
- Rinse plexiglas with fresh water.
- Use a polish paste for thin scratches.
- Consult your dealer concerning deep scratches.
ADVICE-RECOMMENDATION
Never use solvents, alcohol, acetone or detergents on the plexiglass.
12.1.3 STAINLESS STEEL
Stainless steel is an alloy of iron and carbon (steel) with the addition of chromium. This
chromium provokes the formation of a protective film which separates the steel from the
atmosphere outside. This coating is usually invisible as it's so thin. So in spite of its name this
steel is not stainless and requires a minimum of maintenance:
- The use of chrome tools is preferable whenever handling stainless steel;
- Re-nourish the protective film regularly with passivation paste.
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12.1 GENERAL POINTS
12.1.4 Solid wood on exterior wooden panelling
- Wood exposed to harsh conditions, such as salty air and UV rays tends to become whiter
and to lose its natural colour. This phenomenon has no effect on the intrinsic qualities of the
wood, but can spoil its aesthetic appeal.
- To maintain the colour of the wood, regularly wash the woodwork in fresh water using a
sponge (if necessary, use a mild soap).
- It is recommended to oil the external woodwork regularly using teak oil to protect them from
the harsh conditions.
ADVICE-RECOMMENDATION
Never use detergents, acetone or other harsh products on the wood.
12.1.5 Exterior cushions
- Bring the removable cushions inside (washed with soapy water then dried) when the vessel
is unoccupied.
- Put canvas sheets/protective covering over the fixed upholstery.
Maintenance
To maintain the quality of the fabric, you are advised to spray it regularly with clarified water
and to brush it with a soft brush (brush for clothes). It is advisable to clean thoroughly every
2 years.
Stain removal
Follow these steps for routine cleaning:
- Remove as much debris as possible using a soft brush;
- Spray the fabric with water;
- Prepare a cleaning solution using mild soap and water (Do not use detergent);
- Wash with a soft brush;
- Wait for soapy solution to act;
- Rinse thoroughly in fresh water;
- Dry in the open air.
ADVICE-RECOMMENDATION
Never:
- Use a heat source (hairdryer/clothes dryer);
- Use detergent, silicone, acetone, chlorine-based products or hot water;
- Use a high pressure cleaner.
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12.2 EQUIPMENT
- the water-ski pole is only to be used for pulling someone standing on a wake-board or on
water skis. Any other use is dangerous and forbidden (particularly pulling one or more people
on a towed rubber ring).
- the water ski pole is attached to the aft deck using the fixings provided for this.
- Refer to the manufacturer's instructions for use and maintenance.
- Pay careful attention to the safety regulations relevant to the cruising area
and to the local byelaws regarding water skiing and wake-boarding.
Water ski mast
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12.2.1 Water ski mast
12.2.2 Rod holder
12.2.3 Seat cockpit
12.2.4 Pilot seat
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12.3 BERTHING, ANCHORING, TOWING
Responsibility
It is the responsibility of the owner/user of the boat to ensure that the berthing lines, towing
cables, chains and mooring lines and the anchors are adequate for the intended use of the
boat, i.e. that the lines or chains do not exceed 80 % of the breaking strength of the
corresponding anchor point.
MOORING LINES / MOORING / TOWING
Reference
(Diagram on next page)
A&B
Anchor Point Breaking Strength
19,8 kN
Mooring Line/Chain Breaking
Strength
15,9 kN
If non-metal anchor points are installed on the boat, their limited lifespan must be taken into
account. They must be replaced as soon as they show signs of deterioration, visible surface
cracks or permanent deformation.
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12.3.1 Anchor points
12.3.2 Towing
Responsibility: It is important that the owner thinks through the actions required when securing
a towing cable onboard.
Location of attachment points
A. Mooring cleats
B. Towing:
- at the bow, to be towed
- at the stern, to tow
- Generally the breaking strength of lines/chains must not exceed 80% of the
breaking strength of the anchor points.
- Always tow or be towed at low speed. Never exceed the maximum speed
of a displacement hull during a tow.
- Be particularly vigilant when the end of a towing cable is being thrown or
received (risk of the end becoming caught in the propeller).
- A towing cable must always be secured in such a way that it can be
released under load.
- Do not try to stop the boat by using a boathook or your foot, hand or any
other part of your body.
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1. Bow fitting
2. Chain locker hatch
3. Chain holder
4. Chain rim - 8 mm diameter
5. Handle
6. Electric windlass
7. Remote control
8. Clinch
Windlass operations are dangerous:
- Always keep the anchor chain or rode free and unfouled.
- Carry out manoeuvres carefully and always wear shoes.
- Avoid wearing baggy clothing, long hair that's loose and jewellery that could
get caught in the engine when it is running.
- Refer to the manufacturer's instructions for use and maintenance.
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12.4 MAIN ELEMENTS OF THE CHAIN LOCKER
12.5 ELECTRIC WINDLASS
General points
- The windlass is DC powered.
- The windlass is designed for anchoring purposes: Any other use is dangerous and forbidden.
- An operation relay is fitted to the electrical circuit.
- A circuit-breaker protects the power supply to the windlass.
- The windlass operation is activated by an operational interlock relay which is powered by the
engine's alternator: the windlass only works when the boat's engine is running.
- The controls to raise/lower the windlass are protected by a circuit-breaker positioned
between the batteries and the windlass relay.
- Your boat may be equipped with a chain meter: this shows the length of chain let out.
Operation
- Before lowering the anchor, make sure that the chain or anchor rode is securely attached to
the clinch.
- Activate the circuit-breaker then use the control to start the windlass.
Control: Situated in wheelhouse
- When at sea, secure the chain or anchor rode to secure points such as the chain
stopper or the anchor rode to the belaying cleat (the windlass must not be used as the
only method of securing the chain or rode).
- In the case of dual control, be careful to use just one control at a time.
- When raising the anchor, use the boat's engine to move towards the position of the anchor,
until the boat is just over it: never use the windlass as a winch to move the boat forward.
- When out at sea, cut the electrical supply to the windlass.
- Cut the electrical supply when using the windlass manually.
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Maintenance
- Regularly grease the supply terminals of the electric motor of the windlass and of the relay
control box.
Emergency anchoring procedure
In the event of an electrical fault, it is possible to lower the anchor manually: Put the handle in
the space provided for this to release the chain grab. Then let the chain run out using the handle
to control its speed as it runs.
The handle serves only to release the chain grab in order to lower the
anchor manually should the electric windlass break down. The handle
cannot be used to raise the anchor manually.
ADVICE-RECOMMENDATION
- Before anchoring check the depth of water, the power of the current and the nature of the
sea bed.
- Check the swinging area once the boat is at anchor.
- After each trip rinse the windlass and anchor chain or rode with fresh water.
12.6 MOORING
Operation
- Before lowering the anchor, make sure that the chain or anchor rode is securely attached to
the clinch.
ADVICE-RECOMMENDATION
- Before anchoring check the depth of water, the power of the current and the nature of the
sea bed.
- Check the swinging area once the boat is at anchor.
- After each trip rinse the windlass and anchor chain or rode with fresh water.
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- once a year, dismantle, carefully wash and grease all the moving parts of the windlass.
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13 HULL FITTINGS
SYNTHETIC FABRIC
Stain removal
If you can remove the fabric:
- Clean in the washing machine (use the program for delicate fabric) at 30°.
- Do not iron.
- Never use Javel water.
- Do not dry-clean.
- Do not use a clothes drier.
If you cannot remove the fabric:
- Clean with the vacuum cleaner,
- Clean with a foam for synthetic fabrics (see foam use instructions).
COATED FABRIC (PVC)
Maintenance
- The PVC must be regularly cleaned with soapy water to maintain its appearance and avoid
accumulation of debris. Try to avoid using the following products: lacqeurs, aggressive
cleaning products, detergents, xylene or acetone-based products which can cause permanent
damage or make the fabric deteriorate. The use of such products is at the owner's risk.
Stain removal
- All stains must be quickly removed to avoid formation of permanent stains.
- Use mild water to remove the stains found on the fabric surface. Use only clean, white, damp
pieces of cloth.
- Difficult stains can be removed using a mixture of water (25%) and white spirit.
- Rinse with clean water.
- Dry with a soft piece of cloth.
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13.1 UPHOLSTERY
ACRYLIC (bimini fabric type)
Maintenance
To maintain the quality of the fabric, you are advised to spray it regularly with clarified water
and to brush it with a soft brush (brush for clothes). It is advisable to clean thoroughly every
2 years.
Stain removal
Follow these steps for routine cleaning:
- Remove as much debris as possible using a soft brush;
- Spray the fabric with water;
- Prepare a cleaning solution using mild soap and water (Do not use detergent);
- Wash with a soft brush;
- Wait for soapy solution to act;
- Rinse thoroughly in fresh water;
- Dry in the open air.
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13.2 INTERIOR WOODWORK
- Clean the interior varnish using a de-greasing shampoo on a damp cloth.
- If there are any stains or light scratches, it is possible to polish the varnish. Doing this can
give the polished area more of a shine than the rest of the varnishing onboard.
- If there are deeper scratches, it is possible to sand the scratched area lightly and then revarnish it (consult your dealer).
13.3 INTERIOR MAINTENANCE
- Take advantage of fine weather to air the interior upholstery.
- Remove the cushions during lengthy periods of absence.
- Make sure the bilges are clean and dry.
- For lengthy periods of absence, leave the icebox and fridge doors open to prevent mould
from developing.
- Install a dehumidifier in the saloon and leave open all the cabin doors and storage spaces
(cupboards,iceboxes...).
ADVICE-RECOMMENDATION
If the stains persist or if in doubt, consult a cleaning specialist.
When winterising the boat, make sure the curtains are pulled to prevent the fabrics
from being exposed to the sun's rays for a lengthy period (risk of fading).
Never:
- Use a heat source (hairdryer/clothes dryer);
- Use detergent, silicone, acetone, chlorine-based products or hot water;
- Use a high pressure cleaner.
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- Polish the interior varnishing with a chamois leather.
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14 HANDLING, TRANSPORT
HANDLING, TRANSPORT
14.1 LIFTING PLAN
Note: Measurements are expressed in mm.
The position of the lifting slings is shown in the pictogram below:
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14.2 LIFTING
- Before the first application of antifouling to the hull, you can lightly the hull using 400 µm or
more wet and dry sandpaper.
- The lower hull of your boat should be covered with an anti-fouling paint which will prevent the
adhesion of marine growth.
- The nature of the water where you keep your boat and the frequency of lifting it out
determines the choice of antifouling.
- All bronze or steel surfaces, including the propellers, should be protected by a suitable
antifoul paint.
- During the refit, check the anodes (see corresponding chapters).
Before applying the antifoul NEVER:
- Do any sandblasting;
- Use any other solvents than ethylic alcohol;
- Use detergents under pressure;
- Use scrapers;
- Use grinding tools.
If cleaning off existing antifouling requires high pressure washing:
- Ensure the water temperature does not exceed 15 degrees;
- The water pressure must not exceed 150 bars;
- The distance between the hose nozzle and the hull must not be less than 10 centimetres.
The wet surface area of the boat is about: Approximately 14 m².
- Follow the manufacturer's recommendations scrupulously when applying
antifouling.
- Never cover with antifouling:
- the anodes;
- the sea water strainers;
- the sensors of the electronic instruments.
- Avoid using copper or tin-based antifouling: these are banned in some
countries.
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Note: Measurements are expressed in mm.
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14.3 UPPER LIMIT OF ANTIFOUL
14.4 LAUNCH/LIFT OUT
The initial commissioning of your boat will require a lot of skill and care. The proper working of
all your boat's equipment is the result of the quality of the commissioning operations. This is
why the initial launch must be overseen by your dealer.
Before launching
- Replace the log in its housing.
- Check the cleanliness of the sea water strainers.
- Check the anodes (see the chapter on Electricity).
- Check the propeller (see the chapter on Steering).
- Prepare enough fenders and lines.
- Check the opening of the fuel supply tap (see the chapter on motorisation).
Do not remain onboard or beneath the boat during the handling operations.
- When placing the slings make sure that the positioning marks are still
visible.
- Submerge the sling fully under the engine mounting.
Towing ring
(used only for towing purposes)
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14.5 WINTER STORAGE
- Take advantage of laying up the boat to carry out a full inventory of the equipment.
- Have the liferaft overhauled.
- Empty the complete water system inside and outside and rinse it through with a mix of water
and vinegar (do not use a chlorinated product).
- Empty and rinse the complete black water system.
- Dry out and clean the boat's bilges.
- Grease and close all the valves and through-hull fittings.
- Close all the boat's seacocks.
- Remove the depth sounder and log sensors.
- Put the covers back on the electronic screens.
- Install a dehumidifier in the saloon and leave open all the cabin doors and storage spaces.
- Air all of the cushions and upholstery for a good while before putting them back onboard and
arranging them so as to limit the surface areas touching.
- Close the blackout curtains.
- Leave open the fridge/icebox doors to prevent mould and smells from developing.
- Protect the boat as well as possible with fenders.
- Make sure the boat is properly moored.
- Grease all mechanical and moving parts (bolts, hinges, locks...).
- Remove the movable upholstery.
- Disconnect the batteries. Make sure you recharge them during the winter period if the boat
is left inactive for too long.
ADVICE-RECOMMENDATION
- The winterisation of the engine requires the skills of a professional engineer: please
consult your dealer.
- This is not an exhaustive list of recommendations: Your dealer will give you the advice
you need and will carry out the technical maintenance of your boat.
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- Check the expiry dates of the safety equipment.
14.6 TRANSPORT
Light displacement: .......................................................................................................1 946 kg
included:
- All structural elements;
- the interior structure and furnishings;
- Interior equipment (plumbing circuit, galley, ventilation system etc);
- Exterior equipment (cockpit table, bathing ladder, steering system, exterior upholstery etc);
- The heaviest engine(s) recommended by the builder.
Total mass of the liquid content of fixed tanks when they are full:...................................290 kg
................................................................................................................. 342 kg (USA version)
Weight of boat on trailer: ........................................................................1 946 + 290 =2 236 kg
....................................................................................... 1 946 + 342 = 2 288 kg (USA version)
NOTE: Components that should not be on the boat during transportation or when towed:
- tableware, bed-linen etc, food and drink supplies, tools, spare parts;
- individual safety equipment;
- electronic equipment and portable navigation equipment;
- Waste water.
- If the boat can be transported by trailer be careful to use a trailer that is
appropriate for the boat and its weight.
- the weight of liquids is calculated on the basis of full tanks.
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15 ENVIRONMENT
- Throw all packaging in the recycling containers provided for this.
- Once a piece of equipment has completely stopped working, find out about the relevant
recycling regulations from your nearest recycling centre or from your dealer.
- Make sure you follow the relevant local laws when you scrap it.
- Some onboard equipment can have a toxic effect on the environment and on human health,
caused by the specific substances they contain: Do not throw any equipment in household
waste containers and absolutely not in the sea.
- Dead batteries are toxic to health and to the environment. So, batteries must not be put in
with household waste, but must be recycled separately. Contact the harbour master or a
specialist company about recycling them.
- Make sure you know the local enviromental regulations and follow the
codes of best practice.
- Do not pump out the toilets or the contents of the black water tank near the
coast or in areas where it's forbidden. Use the pump-out facilities available in
ports or marinas to empty the contents of the black water tank before leaving
port.
- Make sure you know the international regulations to prevent pollution in the
marine environment (Convention MARPOL) and follow these as much as
possible.
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Waste management:
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69485 Rev. B
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Pencil
Drill
1-1/4" (32mm) bit or hole saw
2-1/4" (57mm) dia. hole saw (see Figure 1)
Drill bit for fastener pilot holes — 3/32" (2.4mm) to 3/16" (5mm) depending
on deck material
(4) #8 stainless steel fasteners appropriate for specific deck material
File for smoothing holes
Screwdriver
Marine-grade urethane-based sealant (Attwood #30106-6 recommended, DO NOT
USE A SILICONE-BASED SEALANT)
1-1/2" (38mm) I.D. fill hose
5/8" (16mm) I.D. vent hose
Stainless Steel clamps to match hose diameters
1. Cut out and orient mounting template (Figure 1) to match final position of Deck
Fill. Attach template to deck.
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
Select location that meets these conditions:
1. Conforms to all ABYC, U.S. Coast Guard, and EPA regulations. (See end of this
document for information availability.)
2. Surface must be flat, in an area where spilled fuel cannot enter the boat.
3. Below-deck area must allow adequate clearance to install and route hose(s)
to the tank and should also all for predominantly vertical orientation of the fill hose.
4. Fill and vent hose installation must meet regulations — A.B.Y.C and U.S. Coast
Guard Safety Standards for Small Boat Fuel Systems (33 CFR 183).
5. Deck thickness must be 1/2" (13mm) or less.
6. Straight Deck Fills cannot be mounted on a vertical surface +/- 30˚. Angled Deck
Fills can be mounted on a vertical surface right side up with hinge on top +/- 15˚.
MOUNTING LOCATION AND REGULATIONS
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REQUIRED FOR INSTALLATION
pressurized fuel system designed to meet the diurnal emission requirements of CFR 40.
Care must be taken to prevent pressurized fuel from reaching flexible fuel distribution
lines and/or engine. Pressurized fuel may cause engine operation issues. See engine
manufacturer’s instructions. Install the Attwood 99IFDV Series Fuel Demand Valve on the
fuel tank in order to prevent pressurized fuel from exiting fuel tank.
WARNING! The use of Attwood 99DFPV Series Deck Fills will result in a
Attwood Pressure Relief System Deck Fills are sturdy, non-corrosive plastic. Bonding
and grounding are not required because they are non-metallic. When latched, Deck
Fills are water-resistant. They meet all requirements for ISO 10080, ABYC, and USCG.
FEATURES:
Failing to follow these instructions when installing the Attwood Pressure
Relief System Deck Fills in a piece of nonroad equipment violates federal
law (40 CFR 1068.105(b)), subject to fines or other penalties as described
in the Clean Air Act.
EMISSION-RELATED INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
Failure to follow these instructions may result in accidental
fuel system over-pressurization. Users must follow these
instructions to ensure vessel function and operation
The vessel manufacturer must comply with the
requirements of CFR 40 1060.202. Any questions can be
directed to www.attwoodmarine.com
CAUTION:
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
99DFPV Series
PRESSURE RELIEF SYSTEM DECK FILL
CORPORATE NAME
MEETS U.S. EPA EVAP STANDARDS USING
CERTIFIED COMPONENTS
Below is an example of a label specified by CFR40 1060.135 for use with certified components;
(c) If you produce equipment without certifying with respect to evaporative emissions, the equipment
label specified in paragraph (a) of this section must—
(1) State: ‘‘MEETS U.S. EPA EVAP STANDARDS USING CERTIFIED COMPONENTS.’’
(2) Include your corporate name.
(1) Attached in one piece so it is not removable without being destroyed or defaced.
(2) Secured to a part of the engine or equipment needed for normal operation and not normally
requiring replacement.
(3) Durable and readable for the equipment’s entire life.
(4) Written in English.
(5) Readily visible in the final installation. It may be under a hinged door or other readily opened
cover. It may not be hidden by any cover attached with screws or any similar designs. Labels on
marine vessels must be visible from the helm.
(a) You must affix a permanent and legible label identifying each engine or piece of equipment before
introducing it into U.S. commerce. The label must be—
Excerpt from CFR 40 1060.135
In order to meet the requirements of CFR 40 1060.135, the vessel must be labeled
with respect to evaporative emissions in the following manner when installing certified
components;
The information below applies only to EPA CFR 40 1060.135. The vessel manufacturer
is responsible to meet all additional regulatory labeling requirements including EPA,
CARB, USCG and others as necessary. The below information is for reference only.
The vessel manufacturer should refer to CFR 40 for complete labeling guidelines.
MANUFACTURER REQUIREMENTS
Care should be taken, when cleaning the boat, to prevent contaminating the valves and
deckfill. Cleaning with only mild soapy water is recommended. All connections should
checked annually.
CARE AND MAINTENANCE
When a fuel system is configured with Attwood 99DFPV Series Deck Fills, the following
safety precautions must be taken;
1. Use an Attwood 99ICV series Inlet Control valve between the liquid reservoir and the
deckfill to prevent the accidental wellback of fuel. Use only an Attwood 99ICV series
Inlet Control Valve in-line with the fuel fill hose. No other fill hose valves should be
installed in order to ensure the safety of the fuel system and vessel. The Attwood 99ICV
series inlet control valves includes features to allow vapor and liquid to pass the valve in
order to ensure the system does not become accidentally over pressurized.
2. Install an Attwood 99FL Series Fill Limit Vent Valve in the vent line between the liquid
reservoir and the deck fill vent in order to prevent the accidental wellback of fuel.
3. Install an Attwood 99IFDV Series Integrated Fuel Demand Valve in fuel distribution line
to prevent tank pressure from pressurizing fuel line.
Important safety instructions
(for all Attwood 99FL/99GV/99CC/99ICV/99DF components):
Note: Deck Fill should be oriented to allow for standard fuel nozzles to be correctly
inserted at the pump.
2. Mark and drill pilot hole positions for large and small holes.
3. Remove template. Drill 1-1/4" dia. (32mm) hole first. Drill 2-1/4" (57mm) hole. Use
file to remove burrs and deck material between holes.
4. “Dry Fit” the Deck Fill neck into hole. (Figure 2)
5. Mark position and drill small pilot holes for deck fasteners (fasteners not provided).
6. Remove Deck Fill Neck. Apply a thin bead of marine-grade, urethane-based sealant
(Attwood #30106-6 recommended) to underside of the Deck Fill.
7. Press Deck Fill neck into hole.
8. Fasten Deck Fill with #8 screws appropriate for the deck material (fasteners not provided).
Torque to 30 +/- 3 in-lb. Do not overtorque.
9. Clean any sealant spilled around Deck Fill edges.
10. Attach and clamp 1-1/2" (38mm) fill hose using two (2) clamps. Use corrosionresistant metallic clamps with nominal band widths of at least 1/2" (12mm). The first
clamp should be 1/4" (6mm) from the end of the hose. The second hose clamp should
be located above the barb leaving a small gap (at least 1/4") between the clamps.
Torque to 36 +/- 4 in-lb.
11. Attach and clamp 5/8" (16mm) maximum vent hose using at least one (1) corrosionresistant metallic clamp with nominal band width of at least 5/16" (8mm). Torque
hose clamp to 36 +/- 4 in-lb.
12. Attach and clamp 5/8" vent hose using one (1) clamp. Torque hose clamp to 36 +/- 4
in-lb. Ensure 5/8" vent hose connects with 5/8" port on 99FL Series vent valves.
13. Leak test installed deck fill per USCG CFR 33 183.580 at pressure of 3 psi for no less than
10 minutes. Inspect all connections for leaks by a method other than pressure decay.
ISO
iso.org
E.P.A.
401 “M” Street, SW
Washington, DC 20593 www.
www.epa.gov
Drill for (4)
#8 Screws
57mm
Full Pressure Relief System
FIGURE 3
Template may not be to scale.
Refer to separate template sheet
included in product carton.
DO NOT USE
32mm
2-1/4" dia.
Clamp
Deck
FIGURE 2
6mm
1/4" Max
1016 North Monroe Lowell, MI 49331
www.attwoodmarine.com
©2011 Attwood Corporation
Fill Hose
(not included)
Clamps (2)
6mm
1/4" Max
Do not install
straight Deck
Fill on a vertical
surface.
Deck Fill
#8 pan head fasteners appropriate
for specific deck material
(not included)
Stainless Steel Screws
APPENDIXE
Vent Hose
(not included)
Deck Fill
National Marine
Manufacturers Association
(NMMA)
231 S. LaSalle Street
Suite 2050
Chicago, IL 60604
www.NMMA.org
1-1/4" dia.
Cut out and orient to match final position of Deck Fill
FIGURE 1 - MOUNTING TEMPLATE
U.S. Coast Guard
Washington, DC 20460
www.uscgboating.org
A.B.Y.C.
American Boat & Yacht Council
3069 Solomon’s Island Road
Edgewater, Maryland 21037
www.abycinc.org
Attwood warrants that any Attwood Pressure Relief System Deck Fills are free from defects
in materials and workmanship and are designed, built, and equipped to conform at the time
of sale to Boat Company with the 40CFR.1060 requirements. For two (2) years from the
date of the vessel’s first retail sale, Attwood will, at its sole option, repair or replace any
components that fail due to a defect in material or workmanship. ATTWOOD PROVIDES NO
WARRANTIES WITH RESPECT TO ANY PART OR COMPONENT NOT MANUFACTURED BY
ATTWOOD, INCLUDING FUEL TANKS. Boat Company is responsible for the installation of
all Systems, whether installed by Boat Company or under its direction.
Warranty Terms for Components:
apply, the following conditions must be met:
t Component must have been properly installed per Attwood installation instructions; and
t The component cannot have been altered or abused by Boat Company or its customers.
Pre-requisites to Warranty Eligibility: For the warranty coverage described herein to
limited warranty from the date of a Vessel’s first retail sale.
Generally: Attwood Pressure Relief System Deck Fills are covered by a two (2) year
TWO-YEAR WARRANTY & LIABILITY
Please refer to CFR 40 1060.135 to review EPA vessel labeling requirements.
The NMMA has a program to supply OEM builders with labels. Please refer to the NMMA
website below for further information regarding the NMMA label program;
www.nmma.org/certification/products/labelsanddecals.aspx
APPENDIXE: CERTIFICATES OF STANDARDS EPA
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Locate built in Fuel Demand Valve aluminum base on tank
Remove clip and transport plug (Figure 1)
Install necessary barb fitting (1/2" NPT, not supplied). Use thread sealant.
Torque up to 8 ft-lb where applicable. Do not over torque.
Ensure sealing surface (interior of insert) is clean of debris
Remove shipping cover from valve assembly.
Lubricate O-ring with a petroleum based lubricant such as motor oil. Insert Fuel
Demand Valve to predetermined orientation (Figure 2). Once inserted, apply slight
downward pressure on Valve and install retainer clip fully into slot.
Once installed, apply slight upward pressure to Fuel Demand Valve to ensure it is
locked into position.
Pressure test tank to ensure connection integrity, per CFR 33 183.580, at pressure
of 3 psi for no less than 10 minutes. Inspect all connections for leak by method
other than pressure decay.
MANUFACTURER REQUIREMENTS
9. If 99IFDVHSI is installed, align top hole with the top of the vent cap and snap in
place. (Figure 3 & 4)
8.
7.
5.
6.
1.
2.
3.
4.
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
t Mount of flat surface where risk of torsional loads being applied to the Integrated
Fuel Demand Valve is minimal
t Locate in position where consumers will not kick or step on the valve
t A heat shield (99IFDVHS1) is recommended to protect against fire unless the Fuel
Demand Valve passes USCG fire test in the as-installed position. If heat shield is
required, see separate installation sheet.
LOCATION
t Pliers for removal and assembly of retainer clip
t Appropriate hose fitting (1/2" NPT)
t Marine-grade urethane-based sealant (Attwood #30106-6 recommended, DO NOT
USE A SILICONE-BASED SEALANT)
t Wrench for fitting
REQUIRED FOR INSTALLATION
Attwood’s Integrated Fuel Demand Valve meets EPA regulations. The Fuel Demand
Valve comes in five (5) different heights of anti-siphon shut off protection (0", 10",
15", 20" and 30") and can be oriented in twelve (12) different positions providing optimal
orientation. The Fuel Demand Valve also has a manual override built into the top.
FEATURES:
Failing to follow these instructions when installing the Attwood
Integrated Fuel Demand Valves in a piece of nonroad equipment violates
federal law (40 CFR 1068.105(b)), subject to fines or other penalties as
described in the Clean Air Act.
EMISSION-RELATED INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
Failure to follow these instructions may result in accidental
fuel system over-pressurization. Users must follow these
instructions to ensure vessel function and operation
The vessel manufacturer must comply with the
requirements of CFR 40 1060.202. Any questions can be
directed to www.attwood.com
CAUTION:
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
99IFDV Series
INTEGRATED FUEL DEMAND VALVE
E.P.A.
401 “M” Street, SW
Washington, DC 20593 www.
www.epa.gov
ISO
iso.org
A.B.Y.C.
American Boat & Yacht Council
3069 Solomon’s Island Road
Edgewater, Maryland 21037
www.abycinc.org
U.S. Coast Guard
Washington, DC 20460
www.uscgboating.org
National Marine
Manufacturers Association
(NMMA)
231 S. LaSalle Street
Suite 2050
Chicago, IL 60604
www.NMMA.org
Attwood warrants that any Attwood Integrated Fuel Demand Valves are free from defects
in materials and workmanship and are designed, built, and equipped to conform at the
time of sale to Boat Company with the 40CFR.1060 requirements. For two (2) years from
the date of a Program Boat’s first retail sale, Attwood will, at its sole option, repair or
replace any components that fail due to a defect in material or workmanship. ATTWOOD
PROVIDES NO WARRANTIES WITH RESPECT TO ANY PART OR COMPONENT NOT
MANUFACTURED BY ATTWOOD, INCLUDING FUEL TANKS. Boat Company is responsible
for the installation of all Systems, whether installed by Boat Company or under its
direction.
Warranty Terms for Components:
apply, the following conditions must be met:
t Component must have been properly installed per Attwood installation instructions; and
t The component cannot have been altered or abused by Boat Company or its customers.
Pre-requisites to Warranty Eligibility: For the warranty coverage described herein to
warranty from the date of a Vessel’s first retail sale.
Generally: Attwood Integrated Fuel Demand Valves are covered by a two (2) year limited
TWO-YEAR WARRANTY & LIABILITY
www.nmma.org/certification/products/labelsanddecals.aspx
Please refer to CFR 40 1060.135 to review EPA vessel labeling requirements.
The NMMA has a program to supply OEM builders with labels. Please refer to the NMMA
website below for further information regarding the NMMA label program;
CORPORATE NAME
MEETS U.S. EPA EVAP STANDARDS USING
CERTIFIED COMPONENTS
Below is an example of a label specified by CFR40 1060.135 for use with certified
components;
(c) If you produce equipment without certifying with respect to evaporative emissions, the equipment
label specified in paragraph (a) of this section must—
(1) State: ‘‘MEETS U.S. EPA EVAP STANDARDS USING CERTIFIED COMPONENTS.’’
(2) Include your corporate name.
(1) Attached in one piece so it is not removable without being destroyed or defaced.
(2) Secured to a part of the engine or equipment needed for normal operation and not normally
requiring replacement.
(3) Durable and readable for the equipment’s entire life.
(4) Written in English.
(5) Readily visible in the final installation. It may be under a hinged door or other readily opened
cover. It may not be hidden by any cover attached with screws or any similar designs. Labels on
marine vessels must be visible from the helm.
(a) You must affix a permanent and legible label identifying each engine or piece of equipment before
introducing it into U.S. commerce. The label must be—
Excerpt from CFR 40 1060.135
In order to meet the requirements of CFR 40 1060.135, the vessel must be labeled
with respect to evaporative emissions in the following manner when installing certified
components;
The information below applies only to EPA CFR 40 1060.135. The vessel manufacturer
is responsible to meet all additional regulatory labeling requirements including EPA,
CARB, USCG and others as necessary. The below information is for reference only.
The vessel manufacturer should refer to CFR 40 for complete labeling guidelines.
Manufacturer must determine required amount of anti-siphon protection for specific
vessel configuration per CFR 33. Manufacturer must select an Integrated Fuel Demand
Valve with at least that much anti-siphon protection. Manufacturer must ensure that
engine fuel distribution line vacuum requirements are met. See engine manufacturer
for details.
Clip
not included
Barbed Fitting
Use thread
sealant
FIGURE 2
Clip
FIGURE 1
For Override
Molded Nut
Valve
Assembly
Fuel Demand Valve
Full Pressure Relief System
Using a small flat head screwdriver,
press downward through slot
Molded Nut
Transport
Plug
Tank
Tank
FIGURE 4
FIGURE 3
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1. Ensure that the 1-1/2" (38mm) hose has a clean, perpendicular cut before Inlet
Control Valve installation. Loosely install two (2) all-stainless, 1-1/2" (38mm)
wide, trade size 028 hose clamps over hose. (Figure 1)
2. Install Inlet Control Valve with “FLOW” and arrow pointing towards the Fuel Tank
and “TOP” identification facing up in horizontal or angled applications. This
orientation is not required in complete vertical applications. Ensure that the hose
is fully inserted, bottoming the end on the chamfer of the Inlet Control Valve.
3. Place and fasten hose clamp 1/4" (6mm) from hose end. Fasten to 36 +/- 4 in-lbs.
Do not overtorque.
4. Place and fasten hose clamp adjacent to first hose clamp. Fasten to 36 +/- 4 in-lbs.
Do not overtorque.
5. Inspect second hose to install onto inlet side of Inlet Control Valve, ensuring a
clean, perpendicular cut. Loosely install two (2) hose clamps over hose and install
hose onto Inlet Control Valve, bottoming the end of hose at the base of the Inlet
Control Valve inlet.
6. Place and fasten hose clamp 1/4" (6mm) from hose end. Fasten to 36 +/- 4 in-lbs.
Do not overtorque.
7. Place and fasten hose clamp adjacent to first hose clamp. Fasten to 36 +/- 4 in-lbs.
Do not overtorque.
8. If the Inlet Control Valve is installed in the engine compartment, a heat shield
(99ICV000HS1) is required. Please reference separate instruction sheet for heat
shield installation.
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
t 1-1/2" (38mm) I.D. Fill Hose
t (4) Hose Clamps, 1-1/2" (38mm), trade size 028, 300-grade all-stainless
(both band and screw)
t 5/16" (8mm) Nut Driver or Medium Flathead Screwdriver for hose clamp installation
t Torque Monitoring Device to ensure proper torque level for all fasteners
REQUIRED FOR INSTALLATION
The information below applies only to EPA CFR 40 1060.135. The vessel manufacturer
is responsible to meet all additional regulatory labeling requirements including EPA,
CARB, USCG and others as necessary. The below information is for reference only.
The vessel manufacturer should refer to CFR 40 for complete labeling guidelines.
www.nmma.org/certification/products/labelsanddecals.aspx
The NMMA has a program to supply OEM builders with labels. Please refer to the NMMA
website below for further information regarding the NMMA label program;
Please refer to CFR 40 1060.135 to review EPA vessel labeling requirements.
CORPORATE NAME
MEETS U.S. EPA EVAP STANDARDS USING
CERTIFIED COMPONENTS
Below is an example of a label specified by CFR40 1060.135 for use with certified
components;
(c) If you produce equipment without certifying with respect to evaporative emissions, the equipment
label specified in paragraph (a) of this section must—
(1) State: ‘‘MEETS U.S. EPA EVAP STANDARDS USING CERTIFIED COMPONENTS.’’
(2) Include your corporate name.
(1) Attached in one piece so it is not removable without being destroyed or defaced.
(2) Secured to a part of the engine or equipment needed for normal operation and not normally
requiring replacement.
(3) Durable and readable for the equipment’s entire life.
(4) Written in English.
(5) Readily visible in the final installation. It may be under a hinged door or other readily opened
cover. It may not be hidden by any cover attached with screws or any similar designs. Labels on
marine vessels must be visible from the helm.
(a) You must affix a permanent and legible label identifying each engine or piece of equipment before
introducing it into U.S. commerce. The label must be—
Excerpt from CFR 40 1060.135
In order to meet the requirements of CFR 40 1060.135, the vessel must be labeled
with respect to evaporative emissions in the following manner when installing certified
components;
MANUFACTURER REQUIREMENTS
Attwood’s Inlet Control Valve allows proper fuel flow into the fuel tank during refueling.
As the fuel tank reaches full liquid capacity, the Inlet Control Valve works in conjunction
with the Fill Limit Vent Valve to ensure no spitback/wellback and automatic nozzle
shutoff. The Inlet Control Valve also prevents fuel from draining into fill hose/deckfill
area during vessel operation and trailering. The Inlet Control Valve includes features to
allow vapor and liquid to pass the valve in order to ensure the system does not become
accidentally over pressurized.
2. Use only an Attwood 99DF series Deckfill. The Attwood 99DF series Deckfill includes
overpressure relief safety valves that allow unintended pressure to be released in the
event that the tank becomes accidentally overfilled and/or over pressurized.
1. Use only an Attwood 99ICV series Inlet Control Valve in-line with the Fuel Fill Hose. No
other fill hose valves should be installed in order to ensure the safety of the fuel system
and vessel. The Attwood 99ICV series inlet control valves include features to allow
vapor and liquid fuel to pass the valve in order to ensure the inlet valve does not create
an accidentally sealed fuel tank/system.
When a fuel system is configured with Attwood 99FL and/or 99GV Series Vent Valves, the
following safety precautions must be taken;
Important safety instructions
(for all Attwood 99FL/99GV/99CC/99ICV/99DF components):
t Install anywhere between the Deck Fill and tank. A minimum of 6" (15.2cm) is required
between the Deck Fill and Inlet Control Valve.
t Must be installed in a readily accessible location
t Fill hose must be self draining between Deck Fill and Inlet Control Valve for all expected
boat conditions.
t Fill hose must be self draining between Inlet Control Valve and tank for all expected
boat condition.
LOCATION
FEATURES:
Failing to follow these instructions when installing the Attwood
Inlet Control Valves in a piece of nonroad equipment violates federal law
(40 CFR 1068.105(b)), subject to fines or other penalties as described in
the Clean Air Act.
EMISSION-RELATED INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
Failure to follow these instructions may result in accidental
fuel system over-pressurization. Users must follow these
instructions to ensure vessel function and operation
The vessel manufacturer must comply with the
requirements of CFR 40 1060.202. Any questions can be
directed to www.attwoodmarine.com
CAUTION:
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
99ICV Series
INLET CONTROL VALVE
NOTES:
t Trade Size 028 (1-1/4" min., 2-1/4" max. dia.), 1-1/2" (38mm) wide
t 1/2" (13mm) stainless steel band, housing and 5/16" (8mm) hex screw
t Inspect screw torque annually
t Do not step on Valves
t 1/2" (13mm) Clearance required around component
t Not intended for siphoning through Inlet Control Valve under any circumstances
k Fill
ISO
iso.org
1016 North Monroe Lowell, MI 49331
www.attwoodmarine.com
FIGURE 2
6mm
1/4"
Fill Hose
To Ta
nk
1.5" (38mm) I.D.
not included
APPENDIXE
Inlet Control
Valve
Valve
Assembly
Trade Size 028,
300-Grade Stainless Steel
not included
Hose Clamps
National Marine
Manufacturers Association
(NMMA)
231 S. LaSalle Street
Suite 2050
Chicago, IL 60604
www.NMMA.org
Full Carbon Canister System
6mm
1/4"
E.P.A.
401 “M” Street, SW
Washington, DC 20593 www.
www.epa.gov
©2011 Attwood Corporation
1.5" (38mm) I.D.
not included
Fill Hose
To De
c
FIGURE 1
U.S. Coast Guard
Washington, DC 20460
www.uscgboating.org
A.B.Y.C.
American Boat & Yacht Council
3069 Solomon’s Island Road
Edgewater, Maryland 21037
www.abycinc.org
Attwood warrants that any Attwood Inlet Control Valves are free from defects in materials
and workmanship and are designed, built, and equipped to conform at the time of sale
to Boat Company with the 40CFR.1060 requirements. For two (2) years from the date
of a Program Boat’s first retail sale, Attwood will, at its sole option, repair or replace any
components that fail due to a defect in material or workmanship. ATTWOOD PROVIDES NO
WARRANTIES WITH RESPECT TO ANY PART OR COMPONENT NOT MANUFACTURED BY
ATTWOOD, INCLUDING FUEL TANKS. Boat Company is responsible for the installation of
all Systems, whether installed by Boat Company or under its direction.
Warranty Terms for Components:
apply, the following conditions must be met:
t Component must have been properly installed per Attwood installation instructions; and
t The component cannot have been altered or abused by Boat Company or its customers.
Pre-requisites to Warranty Eligibility: For the warranty coverage described herein to
from the date of a Vessel’s first retail sale.
Generally: Attwood Inlet Control Valves are covered by a two (2) year limited warranty
TWO-YEAR WARRANTY & LIABILITY
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