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  1. Small Vessel Regulations - SOR/2010-91 (Section 1004)

     The owner or operator of a vessel, or the person responsible for its maintenance, shall ensure that the fuel system on the vessel is operated within the temperature and pressure parameters set out in the manufacturer’s recommendations and instructions.

  2. Small Vessel Regulations - SOR/2010-91 (Section 1002)
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    • (5) No person shall carry gaseous fuel, naphtha, liquefied petroleum gas or compressed natural gas on board a vessel that is carrying passengers. However, liquefied petroleum gas may be carried on board the vessel if

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      • (b) the gas cylinders are well secured and are protected from damage and from the effects of excessive variations in temperature;


  3. Small Vessel Regulations - SOR/2010-91 (Section 740)

     A vessel, other than a pleasure craft, that is more than 6 m in length shall be fitted, in accordance with the construction standards, with

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    • (b) a dual action rate-of-rise and fixed temperature detector in each engine space; and

  4. Small Vessel Regulations - SOR/2010-91 (Section 508)
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    • (2) If the water temperature is more than 15°C, the vessel may carry on board a buoyant apparatus instead of a life raft.

  5. Small Vessel Regulations - SOR/2010-91 (Section 403)

     If the water temperature is less than 15°C, a person who operates or permits another person to operate a passenger-carrying vessel that does not carry on board a life raft shall ensure that equipment is carried on board the vessel or that procedures are established to protect all persons on board from the effects of hypothermia or cold shock resulting from swamping, capsizing or falling overboard.

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