Manuale Joker inglese 2

Manuale Joker inglese 2
JOKER BOAT Srl
OWNER’S MANUAL
english
2
• CANTIERE:
JOKER BOAT Srl
Via S. Maria 98 - 20093
COLOGNO MONZESE (MI)
INDEX
• INTRODUCTION:
• REGULATIONS AND DANGER LEVELS:
• SECTION 1:
• SECTION 2:
• SECTION 3:
• SECTION 4:
• SECTION 5:
• SECTION 6:
• SECTION 7:
• SECTION 8:
EC Certification
and Main Features.
Instructions for Inflating
Safety Regulations
How to Manage The Boat
Indications on Sailing The Boat
Instructions for Cleaning,
Repairing and Laying-up
Plant Diagrams
Warranty
• WARRANTY STATEMENT
Pag. 4
Pag. 5
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OWNER MANUAL
Pag. 6-11
Pag. 12
Pag. 13-21
Pag. 22-30
Pag. 31-37
Pag. 38-43
Pag. 44-53
Pag. 54-56
Pag. 57-63
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INTRODUCTION
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The manufacturer thanks you for your preference in purchasing
this model of boat:“Joker Boat”
Rest assured that your choice is supported by the quality of this
product, which will undoubtedly meet your requirements.
Our boat was built in compliance with European Regulations for
both design and assembly, which is the Manufacturer’s standard.
Moreover the “Joker Boat“ dinghy was designed to ensure its
buoyancy, and partial navigation, even if the tubes are deflated or
damaged, since it combines boat quality with inflatable dinghy
advantages.
This manual was written to help you sail safely and enjoy your
dinghy. It contains information regarding the boat, its plants and
apparatus supplied and installed, with functioning and
maintenance.
Before using your boat please read this manual carefully in order to
become acquainted with it.
If this is your first boat or if you are moving on to a type of boat that
you are not familiar with, for your comfort and safety, ensure that
you have acquired handling experience and practice before taking
command.
REGULATIONS AND DANGER LEVELS
• Reference Regulations:
• ISO 10240
DANGER LEVELS
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• ISO 8999 e ISO 11192
Regulation relative to
Owner Manual texts.
Regulations relative to the definition
of ISO pictograms to be applied
on diagrams/plants.
The manual contains notes, identified as shown below, which
contain instructions relative to safety or to environmental health.
Read and DO NOT NEGLECT TO APPLY THEM.
DANGER A note like this indicates that there is a serious risk
that is likely to cause death or permanent serious injury,
if appropriate precautions are not taken.
WARNING A note like this indicates the existence of a risk that
may cause death or injury if appropriate precautions are not taken.
ATTENTION A note like this indicates reference to the application
of safety or environmental protection practices,or draws attention to
unsafe behaviour that might cause injury to persons or damage to the
craft,its components or the environment.
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EC CERTIFICATION AND MAIN FEATURES
The EC marking indicates that the inflatable craft was built in
compliance with the “European Directive 94/25 CE”applied to
pleasure craft.
BEAUFORT WIND SCALE AND CORRESPONDING STATE OF THE SEA AFTER A
FEW HOURS OF WIND AWAY FROM THE COAST.
Force
Denomination
Knots
Km/h
mt/sec
State of the sea and wave
height,in metres.
0
Calm
<1
<1
0–0,2
Calm
1
Light air
1–3
1-5
0,3-1,5
2
Light breeze
4-6
6-11
1,6-3,3
3
Gentle breeze
7-10
12-19
3,4-5,4
4
Moderate breeze
11-16
20-28
5
Strong breeze
17-21
6
Fresh wind
7
Almost calm
0,2
5,5-7,9
Small waves
0,5
29-38
8,0-10,7
Large waves
1,25
22-27
39-49
10,8-13,8
Strong wind
28-33
50-61
13,9-17,1
Very large waves
8
Gale
34-40
62-74
17,2-20,7
Rough sea
4
9
Strong gale
41-47
75-88
20,8-24,4
Very rough sea
6
10
Storm
48-55
89-102
24,5-28,4
Heavy
9
11
Violent storm
56-63
103-117
28,5-32,6
Very heavy
14
12
Hurricane
64
over
118
over
32,7
over
Stormy
REMEMBER:
CAT. PROG.
CAT. PROG.
CAT. PROG.
CAT. PROG.
6
0
“A” = NO LIMITS
“B” = FORCE 8 WINDS – WAVES UP TO 4 METRES
“C” = FORCE 6 WINDS – WAVES UP TO 6 METRES
“D” = FORCE 4 WINDS – WAVES UP TO 0.5 METRES
2,0
2,5
14
over
CERTIFYING BODY:
Italian Naval Register (RINA)
Via Corsica, 12 16128 - Genoa
ITALY
• ISO 14945 Manufacturer Plate:
The Manufacturer Plate is always located in a clearly visible
position, for instance near the dashboard, and must never be
removed or tampered with.
- Name of Manufacturer
- Address
JOKER BOAT Srl
Via S. Maria, 98
20093 Cologno Monzese
-Type of assessment
- Design Category
- Max transportable weight
- Type
A + a ....................................
.............................................
Kg.........................................
.............................................
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Aboard there are a Manufacturer Plate and 2 hull identification
plates.
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HULL IDENTIFICATION NUMBER PLATES ISO 10087 (C.I.N.)
There are two hull identification number plates aboard.
One is fitted to the right of the stern mirror at least 300 mm from
the boat axle.The second plate is resined into a concealed point on
the boat of which only the manufacturer knows the whereabouts.
THE PLATES MUST NEVER BE MOVED OR TAMPERED WITH.
The C.I.N. identifies the following:
- Manufacturer Nationality
- Manufacturer Code
- Serial Number
- Month of Construction
- Year of Construction
- Year of Sale or Use
ITALIA........................
JBO .........................
.....................................
.....................................
.....................................
.....................................
IT - J B O
ATTENTION It is fundamental for these number plates to be
present aboard the boat as they are the only form of recognition
and identification for it and without them the craft is not compliant
with current legislation.The plates should never be removed, so
any tampering or removal not authorised by the boat builder is the
full responsibility of the owner.
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PLANTS
YES
NO
ELECTRICS PLANT
FUEL PLANT
FIRE-FIGHTING EQUIPMENT
OPTIONAL
LIFE-SAVING EQUIPMENT
OPTIONAL
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BILGE PLANT
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MAIN FEATURES ISO 8666
Max Legth
Mt.
Max width
Mt.
Max height
Mt.
Weight of
the boat *
315
370
420
470
515
540
580
600
650
3.16
3.63
4.08
4.95
5.30
5.48
5.90
6.01
6.57
1.59
1.67
1.82
2.18
2.23
2.36
2.30
2.51
2.48
0.52
0.55
0.58
0.70
0.77
0.79
0.81
0.86
0.97
53
80
100
250
350
400
320
480
500
1.25
1.35
0.98
1.16
1.38
1.47
1.70
2.10
45
48
52
55
55
55
55
55
4
4
6
6
6
6
5
6
5
6
8
7
10
10
15
16
450
540
720
630
900
900
900
1440
100
83
110
165
96
90
118
166
Full load
sisplacement 0.35
t.
Tubolars
Ø
42
Number of
compartments 3
People on
board
3
max N°
Max weight
( with people
on boat)
270
Kg.
Tankage lt.
Max power
advised
Kw.
14.7
26.5
37
56
* (Without equipement, liquid, and engine)
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21’
23’
24’
24’efb 26’
28’
28’efb
30’
33’
5.60
6.20
6.98
7.46
7.46
7.93
8.50
8.50
9.04
10.00
2.26
2.50
2.58
2.99
2.99
2.99
3.15
3.15
3.15
3.60
0.75
0.89
0.96
1.12
1.12
1.10
1.23
1.23
1.23
2.04
400
450
750
750
1200
900
1200
1500
1900
1.17
1.80
2.20
2.77
2.77
4.60
3.49
3.49
4.40
5.00
52
55
58
62
62
63
64
64
65
78
6
6
6
6
6
6
8
8
8
8
12
12
15
16
16
15
16
16
15
20
1080 1080
1080 1440
1440
1980
1440
1440
1440
2000
100
110
200
390
390
380
590
590
550
770
85
110
166
221
231
221
368
368
442
662
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INSTRUCTIONS FOR INFLATING/DEFLATING THE TUBES
The inflatable dinghy comprises tubes made up of two or more
compartments that are not interconnected; valves for
inflating/deflating (one per compartment) are maintenance-free
since they are kept clean by simply plugging them up to stop dirt
obstructing the mechanisms.
INFLATING
Open the plugs and use the supplied pump to inflate the
compartments to “volume”without distinction, but do not
pressurise them. Subsequently raise to operating pressure
(0.2 Bars) and close the plugs.
If the dinghy is left in the sun, check tube pressure; if the pressure
is found to be higher than that recommended by the manufacturer,
deflate the compartments slightly.
WARNING Do not use compressors and/or other types of
inflating equipment not approved by the boat builder
DEFLATING
Unscrew the cap and at the same time press and rotate the inflating
valve lock by 90°.
To deflate the dinghy tubes completely use the supplied pump by
inverting the pump tube connection.
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SAFETY REGULATIONS
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The manual contains recommendations and basic rules of conduct
for using the boat in complete safety.
Although it is not possible to offer safety information for all
potential situations, in general it is recommended that you:
• regularly check which safety requirements are in force;
• ensure the boat and plants are kept fully efficient;
• have the boat inspected by the dealer where it was purchased or
by an authorised mechanic at least once a year;
• always check weather and seagoing conditions before setting out;
• keep the boat fully efficient above all, which means in the state in
which it was delivered to you.
ANY ACCIDENT INVOLVING THE BOAT OR TO THIRD PARTIES DERIVING FROM
MALICE/NEGLECT/NON-COMPLIANT USE OF THE CRAFT, OR FROM
MODIFICATIONS TO THE STRUCTURE OR TO EQUIPMENT THAT HAVE NOT BEEN
APPROVED BY COMPETENT BODIES AND ARE NOT AUTHORISED BY THE
MANUFACTURER, WILL BE THE FULL RESPONSIBILITY OF THE BOAT’S OWNER.
FUELLING
Procedures to apply before and during fuelling.
1
2
Switch off all electrical devices,including the motor/s,electrical
appliances,the blower (vapour extractor),lights etc.etc.
Extinguish cigarettes and/or other objects that may produce
sparks or flames.
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3
Close all openings,including hatches and portholes if there are
any etc.etc.
DANGER Fuel vapours are explosive and may linger in the lower
part of a craft where they may accidentally ignite.
During refuelling operations,keep all hatches and portholes closed.
Post–fuelling procedures:
1
2
3
Close the fuel tank cap and clean any spilled fuel.
Open all hatches and peaks, portholes and motor housing
etc., ensuring by sight and smell whether any vapours/fumes
or fuel leaks are present. If there are any leaks and/or
vapours, identify and eliminate the cause before starting up
the motor/s.
If your dinghy is fitted with an awning (e.g.for nautical
camping),air it before starting up the motor/s.
DANGER Fuel vapours are highly explosive (especially in the
case of petrol). In order to avoid the risk of explosion or fire, eye
and smell check for any leaks or spillage of fuel, or the presence or
accumulation of vapours in the fuel tank area or in the other ports.
Before starting up the motors, always run the vapour aspirator for
at least 4 minutes
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REMEMBER FIRE DANGER ALWAYS
WARNING Easily flammable products must not be kept aboard.
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Fire may be caused by:
Crew negligence when smoking,the presence aboard of flammable
liquids,electrical contacts,a propulsion motor,errors in fuelling
procedure or if maintenance has not be performed as required.
Once again,it is important that the crew behave correctly and that the
boat is kept in order to avoid serious damage to it and to persons.
However, if a fire does occur aboard, switch off motor/s and fuel
tank housing extractors immediately, check to see if it is an
electrical component or in any case a small-scale fire that does not
involve flammable liquids, in which case use a suitable fire
extinguisher to try and put the fire out completely.
WARNING Extinguishers or any other fire-fighting equipment
must not be kept in compartments with key locks, but in easily
accessible and clearly indicated locations.
If it is a fire that involves the supply system or flammable liquids,
there is a greater risk of explosion.
If necessary abandon the boat, ensuring that all passengers are
wearing lifejackets. If possible, before abandoning the boat, try to
inform the rescue unit of your position.
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After leaving the boat move away from it QUICKLY and ensure you
keep well away from it, since the burning fuel may spread over the
surface of the water, in the area around the boat.
For the same reason, do not use rescue flares before reaching a safe
distance from the boat, in order to avoid explosions.
FLOODING/SHIPPING WATER:
This boat has been built applying criteria that enable it to face
contrary sea and wind conditions. But good skippers should use all
their expertise to evaluate sea and weather conditions in order to
conduct their pleasure outings in the most responsible possible
manner, and should be severely self-critical with regard to their
own capabilities.
- Flooding/shipping water or capsizing may be caused by
various factors, such as having:
• ignored sea and weather conditions.
• loaded the boat incorrectly.
• manoeuvred or docked the boat incorrectly.
- If flooding was caused by aft wave action, try to turn the boat and
face waves with the prow.
- Check that the bilge pumps (if fitted) are operating and assist
emptying by using buckets and manual pumps.
WARNING If the boat has flooded or is shipping water, it may
become unstable and capsize.
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- If flooding was caused by hull perforation, use any available object
to plug it (rags/cloths/wooden tools etc.) and get back to the
nearest port immediately.
Remember that this is an inflatable dinghy and even when it floods
the risk that it will sink is almost to be excluded (if the
compartments are undamaged), so try and keep calm, and empty
the water out of the cockpit as soon as possible.
Moreover, remember that the cockpit is already fitted with drainage
limbers.
WARNING Always leave valves and cockpit drainage plugs open
during navigation.Do not obstruct cockpit drainage outlets at any
time.Do not leave bulky material in front of drainage outlets.
Exhaust valve (where fitted)
Cockpit drainage limbers
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However, when the sea is rough, keep all ports closed, wear
lifejackets and try to get into the nearest port.
Remember, it is implicit that the boat is the safest place for the
crew, so the decision to abandon it must be rooted in extremely
serious conditions where it is impossible to steer and there is a
serious risk of sinking.
In this case (if VHF is available), transmit a MAY DAY message
before abandoning the boat, informing the rescue unit of position.
Before entering the water, ensure that everyone is wearing a
lifejacket and that you have rescue flare signals with you and that
you launch one immediately; in fact, when the sea is rough it is not
always possible to identify another boat on the horizon, but you
may be seen thanks to your rescue flare signals.
MEMORANDUM
Personal floatation devices/lifejackets:
1
2
3
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All passengers must have a suitable type of floatation
device of the correct size available (including children).
Each boat must have at least one approved ring-type lifebuoy
with a recovery line attached to the hull.
By law all floatation devices (if not worn) and lifejackets must
be located in accessible positions.They must be removed
from their cases, prepared for wearing and located in a place
that is clearly indicated and easy to access in case of necessity.
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DANGER During navigation floatation devices must not be kept
in compartments with key locks, but in easily accessible and clearly
indicated locations.
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CHILDREN and all non-swimmers MUST WEAR A FLOATATION
DEVICE AT ALL TIMES. Always check that floatation devices for
children are of the right size and that they are operational. Never
hesitate to ask all those on board to wear floatation devices at any
time you feel that circumstances require it:
Example: sudden deterioration of weather/sea conditions or if the
boat is damaged etc. etc.
WARNING Always keep self-inflating life raft sheets attached to
the hull.
IN BRIEF
Recommendations for using safety equipment
We recommend you keep the following standard safety equipment
aboard:
• Fire extinguishers (the right type and number, located in suitable
places.The position must be IDENTIFIED with the special label).
WARNING Always service fire-fighting equipment before the
expiry date.
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WARNING Replace expired or discharged fire-fighting
equipment with similar or larger capacity devices.
• personal floatation devices (belts/lifejackets, one for each person
transported).
• ring-type lifebuoy with a recovery line.
WARNING Always service life-saving devices before the expiry date.
WARNING Replace expired or damaged lifesaving devices with
similar or larger capacity device.
• berthing fenders, lines and hooks for seagoing.
• luminous signals (day and night types, valid and approved).
• one or more electrical torches, preferably watertight, with spare
batteries.
• maps for navigating in that area.
• emergency first aid kit (valid).
• manually operated bilge pump.
• a suitable anchor and a sufficiently long line to moor in safety
even in adverse weather conditions.
ATTENTION We strongly recommend the objects listed above
but you should consult the competent authorities with regard to
the minimum safety requirements, compliant with Safety
Regulations
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In case of emergencies, the efficiency of the radiotelephone (if
installed), of lifesaving equipment (life-rafts/jackets/flares), and
above all their correct use, will be the salvation of the crew.
It is therefore recommended that even occasional guests be trained
so that in case of emergencies unpleasant incidents and scenes of
panic are avoided.
Perform fire-extinguishing, use of lifesaving equipment and person
overboard recovery trials.
All this will help you to enjoy your boat to the full and in total
safety.
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ADVICE ON HANDLING THE BOAT
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Once again, remember that for the boat to be safe it should be
maintained in perfect efficiency, which is to say as close as possible
to the state it was in at the time of delivery.
Some Recommendations:
- The boat must be safe, even when in port so we recommend
checking mooring cables are always well adjusted and in tension,
solidly lashed to bollards and fairleads.
- Any batteries should always be fully charged and electrical system
circuits should be insulated, with the battery housing well aired.
Ensure that there are no leaks in the fuel circuit.
- It is recommendable to keep the interior well aired to avoid the
formation of damp and mould caused by condensation (if the unit
does not already have an aeration grille).
- Even during occasional visits, it is always a good idea to check the
overall state of the moored boat so we recommend:
• testing motors: ascertain that the motor is not leaking fuel; check
that the fuel/air filters are working.
• ensuring that there are no deposits in the keel that might prevent
the correct functioning of the bilge pump; check that it works (if
installed).
• check gaskets and port closing to be in good state (if necessary
replace).
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Before the start of each trip
Before the start of each trip the boat should always be meticulously
checked and it is a good idea to perform not only eye checks, but
also overall functioning checks, including a verification of all
electric and electronic devices.All safety equipment installed
aboard for safety at sea should be checked and this means lifesaving equipment, signal flares, fire-fighting and communications
(VHF) equipment (depending on the type of navigation that will
actually be undertaken).
WARNING Never obstruct the access to fire-fighting and lifesaving equipment.
WARNING Never obstruct access to safety systems, fuel valves
or electrics plant switches.
Moreover:
• Consider the length of the journey, sea and weather conditions,
bearing in mind the experience of the crew.
Load the boat correctly, keeping the load low and uniformly
distributed. Do not exceed the maximum capacities indicated by
the manufacturer. Maintain adequate freeboard. Block the load so
that it cannot constitute a danger during navigation.
WARNING During navigation and during roadstead waiting,
loads on board should in any case be distributed and stowed or
lashed so that they do not shift.
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WARNING During navigation, we recommend that only a
specific number of passengers be carried and that they remain
within the defined areas, as indicated in the EC Certificate.
NOTA: no liability can be accepted for accidents arising if tubes are
used as seating during navigation.
( ) Persons located between tubes
RECOMMENDED
NOT RECOMMENDED.
• Check the state of the bilge and ensure no water has infiltrated
the hull.
• Check that the bilge pump (if fitted) is functioning correctly.
• Before starting the motor, check that the motor cooling seacocks
are not obstructed.
• Check the quantity of fuel in the tanks.
• Check the correct functioning of navigation instruments
(compass/GPS etc. etc.) if fitted.
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ATTENTION Ream the compass regularly and ensure that other
navigation instruments are efficient.
Do not leave metal objects near the compass.
• Check the correct functioning of steerage.
• Check tube pressure and that valve plugs are tightly closed.
• After starting up the motor, keep it in neutral for a few minutes
before unmooring the boat.
• Check the correct functioning of motor data indicators (if fitted).
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ATTENTION Create a schedule to remind you of servicing and
certificate expiry dates.
• When undertaking “long cruises”, it is a good idea and common
sense to acquire information on weather conditions, inform
competent bodies of your departure, place of destination, route to
be taken and if necessary, ask for advice on the latter.
WARNING Do not store any type of material in the fuel tank
compartment.This compartment is set aside only for housing fuel
tanks.
• Instruct passengers on board on the functioning and location of
life-saving and fire-extinguishing equipment.
ATTENTION When the boat is in movement it is preferable and
advisable to wear anti-slip shoes and stay in the correct position,
holding the special handles or manrope.
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RECOMMENDATIONS FOR BOAT HAULAGE AND LOADING
GENERAL NOTE: failure to observe the indications shown in the
following pages may cause damage to the boat and injury to
persons for which the manufacturer of the craft is not liable.
WE RECOMMEND APPLYING SEVERAL BASIC RULES.
WARNING Ensure that the towrope is undamaged and that the
dinghy is correctly hooked to the eyebolt and windlass.
Move the motor to a horizontal position. (Lift foot).
ATTENTION Before loading ensure that the trolley has rollers and
these must be positioned so that the underbody fits on to them perfectly.
If the operation is not performed correctly,the underbody may break.
ATTENTION Keep face away from the lever. If a cable were to
break or slide, this could lash out.
ATTENTION This hook is only for towing.DO NOT use for hoisting.
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DANGER No persons should linger in points where they may
be injured if the dinghy slips out of position.
WARNING No persons should linger inside the dinghy when it
is being hauled/loaded.
ATTENTION Avoid leaving loose equipment and objects on
board, which may move when the boat is being hauled/loaded and
thus cause damage/injury to the dinghy, to persons or items.
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ATTENTION We recommend the use of a tow bar, to be fitted
beneath the underbody, to avoid the hull being scraped.
ATTENTION The dinghy should not be loaded onto the trolley
until the latter is hooked on to a car and the handbrake is on.
WARNING Hoisting cables must be in a good state of repair, of a
suitable length and well attached to the hoisting hooks fitted inside
the boat.
WARNING Use only appropriate hooks for hoisting the dinghy.
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DANGER
Do not transit or linger near suspended boats.
DANGER Do not work or linger inside the boat whilst it is
suspended.
Use a guide CABLE for checking the boat whilst it is suspended.
(Belt position is only indicative).
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ATTENTION Before hoisting ensure that all cables have been
unhooked both from the trolley and from the dinghy.
WARNING Hoisting should only occur after ensuring that the
belts have been correctly placed.Avoid crushing rubberised fabric.
DANGER
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WARNING Before the loading phase, suspended belt positions
should ensure the perfect equilibrium of the dinghy.This operation
should always be checked.
Do not use bitts and fairleads to hoist the dinghy.
DANGER The hook on the stem wheel is only for towing
purposes and therefore not to be used for hoisting.
NO
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MANUFACTURER’S RECOMMENDATIONS
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National and international regulations severely prohibit
discharge into the sea of:
• Oils, hydrocarbons and fuels.
• Any non-biodegradable products used for cleaning the boat.
• Various types of paint
• Refuse of all types.
We also advise you not to cause disturbance to others, especially
along the coast, with loud noise, which does occur when travelling
at high speed. Relevant regulations may vary from one locality to
another so you should find out in advance what the local Maritime
Authority holds good.
DANGER Keep speed moderate when in port or along coastal
zones.When approaching quays pay attention to lines that connect
dead men, which may not be particularly visible.
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NOTIONS OF DINGHY SAILING
Stern tacks right
Helm turns left
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Basic Manoeuvres:
When sailing in a forward direction,the boat may swerve slightly from
left to right.This is inherent to “V”-bottomed hulls and for this reason
no intervention is necessary.Simply correct the swerve by moving the
wheel slightly until cruising speed is reached.Remember that all boats
wear.This means that the stern of the boat will shift in the opposite
direction to the tacking.For instance,when the wheel is turned to the
left,the stern will slowly bear right as the boat veers left and vice versa.
Stern tacks left
Helm turns right
It is especially important to remember this when drawing alongside a
jetty,when sailing in narrow spaces,in the presence of other boats or
when there are people nearby in the sea.If the boat has two motors you
can achieve a faster turnaround by having one motor in forward gear
and the other in reverse.This type of manoeuvre can be achieved in both
directions:If the left-hand motor is in forward gear and the right-hand
motor in reverse,the boat will turn around in a clockwise direction.Vice
versa,with the right-hand motor in forward gear and the left-hand motor
in reverse,the boat will turn around in a counter-clockwise direction.
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COUNTER CLOCKWISE TACKING CLOCKWISE TACKING
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Motor right
forward movement
Motor left
forward movement
Motor left
reverse
Motor right
reverse
Bear in mind that when veering in reverse, the boat will not behave
as it would when veering in forward gear. In fact, when moving in
reverse it is more difficult to perform manoeuvres in small spaces.
Basically, in reverse the stern will pull to the left when the helm is
turned to the left, and vice versa.
REVERSE TACKING
Helm left
Helm right
Stern pulls left
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To stop the dinghy, simply pull the accelerator lever back into
neutral position.To stop more rapidly, pull the accelerator lever
back into neutral position and when the motor is at minimum,
gradually go into reverse.As soon as you realise that the boat has
stopped, push the lever back to neutral position.Always apply
extreme caution when approaching people in the water. Only
approach at minimum speed and turn the stern to the opposite
direction to the person. Move the gear lever to neutral and turn off
the motors before getting too close to bathers.
DANGER Do not allow anyone to linger in the stern area when
the motors are running (including when motors are in neutral).
Rotating propellers may cause serious injury or death. Switch off
motors when there are swimmers near the boat.
Boarding via the stern ladder (if fitted):
Before approaching or allowing anyone else to approach the ladder,
ensure that the motor is switched off and the propellers are not moving.
ATTENTION Even after the motor is switched off, the
propellers will take a few seconds to stop revolving.
After passengers have come on board but before starting up,ensure that
the ladder has been pulled up,otherwise it may damage the boat or
injure persons.If you stop to dive or to go swimming,even if you do not
drop anchor,at least one adult should always remain aboard the boat.
Always ensure that the anchor and the line are of a suitable type for
mooring safely in any type of atmospheric condition.Nevertheless,bear
in mind that you should drop anchor only in roadsteads that allow for
movement or change of position if adverse sea/weather conditions arise.
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Jetty mooring:
Practice is required to achieve correct mooring of the boat.
First of all, acquire everything that is required for mooring and
docking, and store correctly until required.The best sources of
information regarding the quantity and type of equipment required
are certainly dealers and resellers.
WARNING TACKING: TURN HELM TO THE RIGHT to veer the stern to
the left and vice versa.
REVERSE TACKING: TURN HELM TO THE LEFT to veer the stern to the left
and viceversa.
When approaching a jetty or a quay, begin to reduce speed at a
distance that ensures that the boat will leave no wake when it
reaches the vicinity of other craft or the jetty.As you approach the
mooring point, check that there is no wind or current that may
influence manoeuvres and approach with caution. If there are
winds or strong currents, it is better to approach the jetty leeward.
During the approach check that all lines are fixed to the bollards on
the side of the jetty and one person should be at the prow of the
boat, equipped with a boat hook and line attached to a cleat/bitt on
the boat.Approach at minimum speed and at a 45-degree angle to
the jetty.When the prow is about a meter from the jetty
(starboard), you can flank the stern to the jetty by veering larboard.
Then veer starboard and maintaining minimum speed change to
REVERSE gear.
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In this way the boat stops and the stern approaches the jetty.
When mooring larboard the procedure described above should be
carried out in the inverse order.You do have to become familiar
with these manoeuvres so we recommend practicing sufficiently.
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WARNING During mooring activities, all passengers and crew
must remain aboard and in their places until all manoeuvres are
completed.Then leave the boat only when the latter has been
moored and the motor turned off.
Jetty departure:
Before setting off on any trip, check wind, currents, tides and all
possible natural factors that may influence manoeuvres.
WARNING Remember that all the manoeuvres required for
approaching or leaving a jetty must be performed at minimum speed.
Before setting off ensure that all lines have been unhooked and
lifted aboard (that includes any fenders). If lines are left in the
water, they can tangle with the propeller and become damaged, as
well as damaging the motor itself.
Ensure that all passengers are correctly seated and that there are no
unfrapped loads in the cockpit.
ATTENTION Before leaving the jetty, ensure that all lines have
been unhooked and pulled aboard. Lines left in the water can cause
damage to the propeller system.
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After using a seafaring device to check that preliminary operations
are correct, leave the jetty and start the motor at minimum to move
the boat out of the port.When the port is behind you at a safe
distance, you can accelerate up to cruising speed.We recommend
you avoid sharp acceleration and top cruising speed to avoid
running unnecessary risks as well as using up far more fuel.
WARNING Rapid acceleration cuts down gliding time, so you
should take great care during this move since in similar conditions
it requires utmost expertise as well as faster response times to
manoeuvre the craft. It is far better to accelerate gradually, in any
load condition.Avoid risky “TAKEOFF”effects.
Performance and Trim of Boat During Navigation:
The boat was designed to accelerate rapidly with a minimum duration of
gliding time with stern trim.To glide the boat quickly and easily simply
trim the aft driver unit so that it faces completely towards the interior.
Nevertheless,when in a horizontal position,the aft driver unit must be
trimmed slightly outwards to avoid creating excessive draft for the boat,
which can cause“prow steering”and excessive fuel consumption.In this
case,if there are no crosswinds,the tacking could be sharper than
intended.Moreover,remember that loading the craft correctly ensures
good trim and thus good performance during navigation.
How the boat performs depends on several factors:
• Load: do not exceed MAX load (persons plus luggage) indicated
by EC certification; take only absolute necessities with you. Keep
the load low always and well balanced.
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• Propellers:always keep well-serviced and check that the pitch is
right.Standard propellers may not be suitable for the type of boat
used and the load it carries.If the fully accelerated motor speed is not
correct (see the motor operation manual),ask your dealer to try out
different types of propellers.If the propeller is slightly bent or dented
this may have a negative influence on the boat’s performance.
• Underbody: the underbody must be kept in good repair and
clean.An underbody attacked by algae or with damaged sliding
blocks, may have a negative effect on performance.
• Good trim.
Boat Trim During Navigation:
• If the dinghy is trimmed too far to the stern when sailing at
cruising speed, try and correct the problem as follows:
Stop, shift part of the load and persons aboard forward. Correct
driver unit trim (for relevant instructions consult the user manual
supplied with the motor).
• If the dinghy is too bow-heavy when sailing at cruising speed, try
and correct the problem by inverting the actions described above.
WARNING In order to ensure that the performance,trim and
manoeuvrability of your craft are always safe NEVER INSTALL motors
that are more powerful that those recommended by the manufacturer.
Any increase of power,over and above that recommended as the
maximum,may be applied only following a written authorisation
from the manufacturer;in case of abuse,any accident to persons or
property will be the sole responsibility of the dinghy owner.
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RECOMMENDATIONS FOR CLEANING/REPAIRS AND LAYING-UP
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A
B C
CLEANING
D
1 Underbody Cleaning:
place the dinghy over a pit and ensure that it is securely
positioned and that no falls or yielding may occur when you
are working.With the help of a flat-ended wooden or metal
spatula, scrape off as much of the vegetation as possible and
use a well-soaped sponge to rub the underbody carefully.
During this operation we recommend you keep the surface as
wet as possible to make it easier to remove algae. Ensure that
the algae have not obstructed the seacocks for motor cooling.
Use as little detergent as possible and in any case use only
biodegradable, eco-friendly products.Try not to scratch the
hull. It may be useful to use a water-cleaning system and this
often eliminates the need to use the spatula as described
above. Do not use aggressive solvents or detergents and after
the underbody has been cleaned and dried, renew antivegetation treatments as required.
2 Cleaning submerged tubes:
with the help of a well-rounded wooden spatula scrape off as
much of the vegetation as possible, then use a well-soaped
sponge to rub the under part of the tubes carefully. During this
operation we recommend you keep the surface as wet as
possible to make it easier to remove algae. Now “shampoo”
with normal detergent; any stains can be removed with a rag
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dipped in linseed oil; for tar stains use a rag dipped in mixture.
Rinse thoroughly with fresh water. Never ever use talc.
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3 Cleaning decks:
to clean the exterior of the boat, use a soft sponge that does
not scrape, with neutral soap or shampoo, and warm water.
Rinse thoroughly with water and we recommend you protect
finish with a layer of good quality boat wax to be found on the
market.
Cleaning wooden parts (if fitted): wash with fresh water and
scrub with a hard plastic brush or broom.When dry rub the
surface with 120-grit sandpaper. Eliminate the sawdust and
treat with suitable products for teak.
Example: teak life whitener or teak oil sealer; use these
products as indicated by their instructions. Do not paint.
4 Cleaning metal parts (if fitted):
lavare con acqua dolce strofinando con una spazzola di
plastica dura o saggina. Una volta asciutto carteggiare la
superficie con una carta abrasiva da 120. Eliminare la polvere e
trattare quindi con gli appositi prodotti per il TEAK.
Esempio:Teak life sbiancante o Teak oil sealer; per questi
prodotti seguire le istruzioni allegate. Non usare vernici.
DANGER Do not work, clean or linger under the boat bottom or
in the cockpit when the boat is suspended hoisting hooks/cables.
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A
B
C
D
RENEWING
ANTI-VEGETATION TREATMENT
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Independently of whether the boat has spent the winter in water
or on dry land, we recommend that you renew the anti-vegetation
treatment on the underbody before the start of your sailing season.
1
If the boat was left in water through the winter:
place the dinghy over a pit and clean the underbody as
described above (1a).Then check that the existing layer of antivegetation treatment is whole; if there are bubbles or it looks
as if it has grown thin in some places, eliminate the old layer
with 120-grit sandpaper, or use specific stripper; wipe away
impurities with a dry rag.Apply a first layer of primer and
when this has dried, apply the fresh layer of anti-vegetation
treatment. (Read instructions enclosed with purchased
products).
2 If the boat was kept dry and covered through the winter:
in this case it is usually enough to clean the underbody to remove
dust/damp or grease that accumulates when the boat is not in
use;subsequently apply the fresh layer of anti-vegetation
treatment.
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B
C
D
REPAIRS
All repairs should be carried out with the dinghy on dry land and in
the shade.
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1 Repairs to rubberized fabric (Ne/Hy)
all repairs to punctures and rips on the tubes and on the
bottom of the dinghy must be carried out when the dinghy is
deflated and dry, in the shade and if possible working in a dry
atmosphere (80% maximum relative humidity). Prepare strips
or patches of that are 3.4cm bigger all round than the size of
the tear to be repaired. Gluing: clean and degrease the
damaged area completely using alcohol and rub delicately
with fine grit sandpaper.Take care not to apply near the tear.
Spread the single or two-component adhesive, as indicated by
the instructions supplied by the glue manufacture, on the
surfaces to be glued (the part to be repaired and the patch)
until the surfaces are partially sticky to touch.Then join the
two surfaces, ensuring that you smooth the contact surface by
pressing it hard with the help of a wooden spatula or roller.
Leave to dry and do not inflate for at least 24 hours.
2 Touching up Gelcoat
rub the damaged section gently with 180-grit sandpaper then
clean it with acetone or alternatively with alcohol (prefer
acetone) and leave to dry.Add activator to Gelcoat in the
percentage and in the manner indicated by the supplier.
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Apply several layers of Gelcoat with a bristle brush until you
achieve the depth required and then leave for at least six
hours.Then rub with sandpaper dampened in water, with grit
from 200 up to 1,000, then apply abrasive slurry to the surface
and polish, then finish with a layer of boat wax.
ATTENTION Any cracks or oil grooves in the Gelcoat seen
around the stern mirror are caused by normal motor wear and do
not constitute structural damage or construction defects, but are
simply attributable to the level of Gelcoat elasticity, which may vary
depending on climatic conditions at the time the original painting
was done during the construction phase.
3 Repairs to small cracks/splits
clean the area as described above and mix a small amount of
filler with the activator in the manner indicated by the
supplier.Apply the paste to the crack with the help of a flatended spatula/knife, so that it is uniform with the area to be
repaired; wait for the filler to harden, which takes about two
hours.Then polish with fine sandpaper and touch up with
Gelcoat to finish, as described above.
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C
D
LAYING-UP/WINTER STORAGE.
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• Motor, consult the manual enclosure.
• Remove and store the battery in a dry place, protected from frost.
(We recommend you cover the poles with mechanical grease for
better insulation).
• Grease all steering mechanisms.
• Wash out the bilge.
• Remove all water from the boat.
• Protect the boat from bad weather, covering it with a sturdy,
waterproof tarpaulin, ensuring that the cover does not form
pockets of water.We recommend you insert suitable supports if
necessary, to stretch the tarpaulin surface and slope it as much as
possible.
• Replace any doubtful components, with original spares.
ATTENTION Repair or replace components that do not function
properly.
N.B.: If you are not able to perform even basic repairs and
maintenance, we strongly recommend that you contact specialist
technicians. If you improvise you will certainly cause damage.
ATTENTION Damage to the boat, person or things that are
caused by poor repairs or modifications not envisaged by the
manufacturer, or again the use of non-original spare parts, are the
sole responsibility of the boat owner and will automatically
invalidate the warranty.
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(PLANT DIAGRAMS)
Luce di navigazione a 360°
Min. 1 M
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GENERAL VIEW
Navigation Lights
Luce di fonda o navigazione a 360°
Luci di via
(verde e rossa)
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NON-REMOVABLE FUEL SYSTEM
(Installed as standard or as an optional by the manufacturer).
Imbarco carburante
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BLOWER (if installed in
compartment, marked EC).
FUEL TANK with EC ISO
10088 marking.
Sfiato serbatoio carburante
Elettrovalvola
com. manuale
Ground wire (*)
Pre-filtro
(*) From the fuel tank to the filler cap, vent, if metallic, and to the
motor clamping bolt.
DANGER No modification may be made to the original system
supplied by the manufacturer.Any unauthorised alteration or
modification is the owner’s responsibility.
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NON-REMOVABLE FUEL SYSTEM
(if installed by the owner).
The boat is supplied with a compartment that is suitable for
housing a fixed fuel system that owners may install, under their
responsibility, following these instructions:
ISO 10088
NON-REMOVABLE FUEL TANK (if installed)
The installation of a non-removable fuel tank, which must be
marked “CE”, ISO 10088 - ISO 7840, requires the installation of a
suitable plant.
THAT IS TO SAY: the feedpipe near the fuel tank must be fitted
with a “CE”marked electric valve or a manual remote control (that
can be used from the steering position).
The fuel tank must be connected to a ground wire.A metal-type
pre-filter must be installed (thus just an auxiliary filter).
FOR PETROL VERSIONS ONLY:
The housing for the fuel tank must be ventilated by a blower to be
installed in the housing itself, and which must bear the “CE”mark.
Method and position:
see illustration above
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ISO 7840
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NON-REMOVABLE FUEL SYSTEM
Irregular plant functioning may be due to any of the following:
There is air in the pipes
SOLUTION
Use the motor hand pump until it
hardens
Check that the clips are tight and if
There is a fuel leak in the bilge
necessary replace them, the clean out
the bilge
There is water in the tank
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PROBLEM
Empty and clean out the tank
Check that the exhaust and supply
The motor is losing power
tube do not have bottlenecks or
obstructions
DANGER Do not modify the fuel system.
WARNING Do not deposit combustible material in the fuel tank
housing.
WARNING Do not smoke when refuelling. Switch off motors
before refuelling. Check that there are no leaks in the fuel system.
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REMOVABLE FUEL TANK
(Portable fuel tank).
The dinghy, unless stated otherwise, is marketed with a removable
fuel tank (which is generally supplied with the purchased motor).
The envisaged and recommended position on board is the
following:
Ensure the housing is adequately aired
Portable fuel tank
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Ventilation grilles to be installed:
vertically with flaps to be turned
downwards.
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ISO 6185
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- If the dinghy is fitted with a removable fuel tank.
- If the dinghy is fitted with a motor smaller than Kw 75
(102 HP).
THE DINGHY WILL AUTOMATICALLY BE DECLASSED TO A
“C” DESIGN – TYPE VII CATEGORY.
ASK THE MANUFACTURER TO ISSUE AN UPDATED DECLARATION
OF CONFORMITY.
ATTENTION If the fuel tank is located in a closed compartment
this must be opportunely aired by grilles set into the sides of the
compartment.
Before starting the motors ascertain that the fuel tank has been
aired and if necessary lift the compartment hatch cover. Do not
create naked flames and do not smoke near the compartment.
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WATER + BILGE PLANT
Shipping water
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Water tank exhaust
Water tank (optional)
CE bilge pump
If the tank is of a metallic type connect it to
the ground wire.
Irregular plant functioning may be due to any of the following:
PROBLEM
Lack of water in the tank
SOLUTION
Fill the tank
IMPIANTO
ELETTRICO
Leaks from pipes (this defect
occurs
when the autoclave functions
Check the tightness of the clips or
1.3
Schema or
elettrico
– Impianto
continually
intervenes
frequently sottoquadro
check the manostat
1.3
Electrical
installation
–
Auxilary
wiring
diagram
even when not in use)
confor
le just
mani
AVVERTENZA
Air in pipes (whenNon
a tap toccare
is turned l’impianto
on
Openelettrico
taps and wait
water to
bagnate.NON
MODIFICARE
L’IMPIANTO
ELETTRICO.
the autoclave functions but no water
come out
comes out)
lasciate l’Imbarcazione
ricordatevi
ATTENZIONE
The autoclave doesQuando
not function
Check the pump
fuse and thedi
fuse on
staccare le batterie.
the auxiliary wiring
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ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
ELECTRICAL DIAGRAMS – AUXILIARY WIRING DIAGRAM
BATTERY DISCONNECT
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BATTERY
WINDLASS POWER
40A
9
5A
5A
10A
10A
5A
10A
15A
5A
1
LIGHTS
2
ASPIRATOR
3
BILGE PUMP
4
SHOWER PUMP
5
AUX 1
6
AUX 2
7
AUX 3
8
SPOUT
WARNING Do not touch the electrics plant with wet hands.
DO NOT MODIFY THE ELECTRICS PLANT.
ATTENTION When leaving the boat, remember to disconnect
the batteries.
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ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
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ELECTRICAL DIAGRAM – MONOMOTOR POWER PLANT
ELECTRICAL DIAGRAMS FOR SINGLE MOTOR
SERVICES PANEL
SERVICES
BATTERY DISCONNECT
12 V
BATTERY 1
PANEL
KEY
STARTER MOTOR
MOTOR
ALTERNATOR
CABLING SECTION
BATTERY DETACHMENT
35/70 m2
Pos. 1 off
6 m2
2,5 m2
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Pos. 2 on
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ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
1.2 BIMOTOR POWER PLANT
1.2 ELECTRICAL DIAGRAMS FOR TWIN MOTORS
SERVICES
BATTERY DISCONNECT
12V
BATTERY 1
12V
BATTERY 2
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SERVICES PANEL
MOTOR BOARD 2
MOTOR BOARD 1
KEY
KEY
START-UP
START-UP
MOTOR 1
MOTOR 2
ALTERNATOR
ALTERNATOR
CABLING SECTION
BATTERY DETACHMENT
35/70 m
6 m2
2,5 m
2
Pos. 1 battery 1
Pos. 2 battery 2
2
Pos. 3 parallel
Pos. 4 off
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WARRANTY
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The “Joker Boat” dinghies are sold in compliance with the
warranty conditions listed below.The purchaser declares that they
are familiar with them and accept the conditions without reserve.
Each dinghy guaranteed for the FIRST PURCHASER against any
anomalies attributable to production or materials defects for the
following periods.
36-month Warranty:
for the hull structure.
24-month Warranty:
Gelcoat, paintwork, chrome finishes,
stainless steel and accessories, lights, upholstery and cushions,
wooden fittings and rubber, plastic and PVC details, electrical
plants (unless otherwise indicated my the manufacturers of said
plants).
24-month Warranty:
infiltration of water through the
windscreen, hatches etc.
60-month Warranty:
for fabric and tubes.
The warranty coverage periods are valid from the moment of
purchase of the dinghy by the first owner, to be proved by sending
the warranty card (that you will find attached at the end of this
Manual) to this address : JOKER BOAT Srl Via S.Maria 98 - 20093
Cologno Monzese (MI) Italy
no later than 15 days after the date of purchase, otherwise the
warranty will be invalidated.The warranty covers the elimination of
the defect and not the replacement of the boat: this includes both
the labour and materials needed to perform the repairs, which will
be defined by technicians from the company JOKER BOAT Srl,
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whose decision will be binding, or by authorised dealers who will
replace or repair all original parts, which in normal conditions of
use appear to be defective when examined by the technicians
whose decision will be final.The customer is liable for any costs
incurred for transport, haulage and launching, cleaning, travel and
other expenses that may arise because the boat is not being used.
In situations where the damage cannot be attributed to defective
material or production, and the purchaser is responsible for the
problem, repair or replacement costs will be charged to the latter.
Thus, the warranty is invalid in the following cases:
• If unauthorised modifications or repairs have been performed.
• If the boat was used with propellers larger than the maximum
recommended by the manufacturer.
• If the loads and the number of persons carried exceed the
maximum weight indicated by the EC Certificate.
• If the hull has been used for races/hire and in any case beyond
the limits and purposes for which it was built.
• If current pleasure craft navigation regulations have
not been applied.
• In any case if the damage was due to malice or is the fault
of the driver and/or third partie
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The following are not covered by the warranty:
• Any components of the boat that have their own warranty,
such as motors and relative instruments, pumps, anchor
windlasses, various devices, folding tops etc.
• Damages caused by hitting obstacles or floating items.
• Normal wear and tear and damages caused by poor use or lack
or suitable maintenance as indicated in the manual.
• Damages and losses of components during transportation
over land.
• Slight imperfections and modifications such are cracks,
spider-legs and slight variations in colour.
• Failure to observe any notice identified with a symbol indicating:
Danger,Warning,Attention; or through failure to observe any
other description expressed at the end of this manual.
This warranty replaces any other warranty and implicit or explicit
agreement and excludes all responsibilities relative to sale or use of
any other Joker Boat product as far as the purchaser is concerned.
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MANUFACTURER
SECTION 2 COPY
JOKER BOAT Srl
Via S.Maria 98
20093 Cologno Monzese (MI) Italy
Warranty card
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Model of boat: ...................................................................................
C.I.N.: I T - J B O
..............................................................................
Date purchase: ..................................................................................
Owner’s name: ..................................................................................
Address: ............................................................................................
Postal code: .......................................................................................
Town and Country: ...........................................................................
N.B.:This boat is covered to the warranty conditions shown on the
owner’s manual .
THIS WARRANTY WILL BE VALID FROM - DATE: ......................
(Detach and send to: JOKER BOAT Srl Via S. Maria 98 - 20093
Cologno Monzese (MI) Italy)
✄
Dealer’ s stamp.
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MANUFACTURER COPY
ENGLISH
DELIVERY DECLARATION
The undersigned ...............................................................................
born in ........................................................ on .................................
Home address Via ..............................................................................
Town ........................................................ Post Code .......................
Purchaser of boat model ...................................................................
Serial number ...................................................................................
DECLARES:
That the aforementioned unit has been received and is entitled to do
so since the agreed amount has been paid,either directly or via the
form of financing offered.Furthermore declares that all parts of the
boat function perfectly and that I am totally satisfied with it;with the
exception of anything that may be indicated below,it is understood
that the warranty will be applicable from the date indicated in the
Warranty Card.If any defects are noted during delivery this must be
indicated in the notes that follow.In this case..............................will
undertake to resolve the defects at personal cost if they are covered
by the warranty.
NOTES:..............................................................................................
...................................................... Signed for delivery
Date ..................
..............................................
Date ...........................
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Owner ..........................
✄
I declare that the defects found at the time of delivery
have been resolved to my total satisfaction.
DEALER’S
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2
JOKER BOAT Srl
Via S.Maria 98
20093 Cologno Monzese (MI) Italy
Warranty card
ENGLISH
Model of boat: ...................................................................................
C.I.N.: I T - J B O
..............................................................................
Date purchase: ..................................................................................
Owner’s name: ..................................................................................
Address: ............................................................................................
Postal code: .......................................................................................
Town and Country: ...........................................................................
N.B.:This boat is covered to the warranty conditions shown on the
owner’s manual .
THIS WARRANTY WILL BE VALID FROM - DATE: ......................
(Detach and send to: JOKER BOAT Srl Via S. Maria 98 - 20093
Cologno Monzese (MI) Italy)
✄
✄
Dealer’ s stamp.
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DEALER’S COPY
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DELIVERY DECLARATION
The undersigned ...............................................................................
born in ........................................................ on .................................
Home address Via ..............................................................................
Town ........................................................ Post Code .......................
Purchaser of boat model ...................................................................
Serial number ...................................................................................
DECLARES:
That the aforementioned unit has been received and is entitled to
do so since the agreed amount has been paid, either directly or via
the form of financing offered. Furthermore declares that all parts of
the boat function perfectly and that I am totally satisfied with it;
with the exception of anything that may be indicated below, it is
understood that the warranty will be applicable from the date
indicated in the Warranty Card. If any defects are noted during
delivery this must be indicated in the notes that follow.
In this case ................................ will undertake to resolve the
defects at personal cost if they are covered by the warranty.
NOTES:..............................................................................................
...................................................... Signed for delivery
Date ..................
..............................................
Date ...........................
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Owner ..........................
✄
I declare that the defects found at the time of delivery
have been resolved to my total satisfaction.
OWNER
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JOKER BOAT Srl
Via S.Maria 98
20093 Cologno Monzese (MI) Italy
Warranty card
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Model of boat: ...................................................................................
C.I.N.: I T - J B O
..............................................................................
Date purchase: ..................................................................................
Owner’s name: ..................................................................................
Address: ............................................................................................
Postal code: .......................................................................................
Town and Country: ...........................................................................
N.B.:This boat is covered to the warranty conditions shown on the
owner’s manual .
THIS WARRANTY WILL BE VALID FROM - DATE: ......................
(Detach and send to: JOKER BOAT Srl Via S. Maria 98 - 20093
Cologno Monzese (MI) Italy)
✄
Dealer’ s stamp.
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OWNER COPY
ENGLISH
DELIVERY DECLARATION
The undersigned ...............................................................................
born in ........................................................ on .................................
Home address Via ..............................................................................
Town ........................................................ Post Code .......................
Purchaser of boat model ...................................................................
Serial number ...................................................................................
DECLARES:
That the aforementioned unit has been received and is entitled to do
so since the agreed amount has been paid,either directly or via the
form of financing offered.Furthermore declares that all parts of the
boat function perfectly and that I am totally satisfied with it;with the
exception of anything that may be indicated below,it is understood
that the warranty will be applicable from the date indicated in the
Warranty Card.If any defects are noted during delivery this must be
indicated in the notes that follow.In this case...............................will
undertake to resolve the defects at personal cost if they are covered
by the warranty.
NOTES:..............................................................................................
...................................................... Signed for delivery
Date ..................
..............................................
I declare that the defects found at the time of delivery
have been resolved to my total satisfaction.
Date ...........................
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Owner ..........................
OWNER’S
SECTION
COPY
2
MANUAL DELIVERY DECLARATION.
The undersigned ...............................................................................
Address .............................................................................................
Boat purchaser ..................................................................................
Serial number ...................................................................................
ENGLISH
DECLARES:
that ........................................................................ has supplied the
owner manual and all enclosures.
(Detach and send to:..........................................................................
Via ........................................................................................... ITALY
Date ..................
Signature
..............................................
DEALER’S COPY
MANUAL DELIVERY DECLARATION.
✄
The undersigned ...............................................................................
Address .............................................................................................
Boat purchaser ..................................................................................
Serial number ...................................................................................
DECLARES:
that ........................................................................ has supplied the
owner manual and all enclosures.
(Detach and send to:..........................................................................
Via ........................................................................................... ITALY
Date ..................
Signature
..............................................
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