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NMMA To Require Certification Of All Boats Sold In US

by Glen Shapiro, LawAndTax-News.com, New York

25 October 2006


From 1 January 2007 all boats sold in the USA - whether manufactured there or imported - if sold via a National Marine Manufacturers Association (NMMA) member company will be required to be certified under the NMMA Certification programme, it emerged recently.

The certification programme requires compliance with American Boat and Yacht Council standards (ABYC) and inspection against such by an NMMA authorised examiner.

A seminar enabling boatbuilders to learn more about the requirements and the accompanying ABYC standards is being held during the METS show in Amsterdam on Wednesday 15 November.

NMMA is the only agency to offer certification for boats, yachts, trailers and PWC in the United States.


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