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Re: Micro flotation foam

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  • astrolabio68
    Brian Thanks for pointing this. T don t remember the EU regulations consider the cabin as flotation, but I will take a closer look to the regulations... and
    Message 1 of 41 , Oct 9, 2009
      Brian

      Thanks for pointing this. T don't remember the EU regulations consider the cabin as flotation, but I will take a closer look to the regulations... and yes, I put a watertight hatch in the cabin vent,

      Francisco
      (slower micro builder on earth)



      > The odd thing about Franciscos' deal is that as Martin points out, the Micro has a huge enclosed space in the cabin, and as I recall reading through the EU rules, with the proper watertight hatches and portholes, this space counts as floation. But I was looking at the sections for open boats and so maybe I didn't see or forgot some clause or another.
      >
      > Cheers, Brian
      >
    • astrolabio68
      Brian Thanks for pointing this. T don t remember the EU regulations consider the cabin as flotation, but I will take a closer look to the regulations... and
      Message 41 of 41 , Oct 9, 2009
        Brian

        Thanks for pointing this. T don't remember the EU regulations consider the cabin as flotation, but I will take a closer look to the regulations... and yes, I put a watertight hatch in the cabin vent,

        Francisco
        (slower micro builder on earth)



        > The odd thing about Franciscos' deal is that as Martin points out, the Micro has a huge enclosed space in the cabin, and as I recall reading through the EU rules, with the proper watertight hatches and portholes, this space counts as floation. But I was looking at the sections for open boats and so maybe I didn't see or forgot some clause or another.
        >
        > Cheers, Brian
        >
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