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BOAT TYPE AND LENGTH PERSONAL LIFESAVING APPLIANCES VISUAL SIGNALS VESSEL SAFETY EQUIPMENT NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT FIRE FIGHTING EQUIPMENT
Sail and Power Boats up to 6m (19'8") 1. One (1) lifejacket or PFD for each person on board
2. One (1) reboarding device (See Note 1)
3. One (1) buoyant heaving line at least 15m (49'3") long
If boat is equipped with a motor 4. One (1) watertight flashlight OR Three (3) flares of type A, B or C (See Note 2) 5. One (1) manual propelling device OR One (1) anchor and at least 15m (49'3") of cable, rope or chain in any combination 6. One (1) bailer or manual bilge pump(See Note 3) 7. One (1) sound-signalling device or appliance 8. Navigation lights (See Note 4) 9. One (1) magnetic compass (See Note 5) 10. One (1) radar reflector (See Note 6) 11. One (1) 5BC fire extinguisher if equipped with an inboard engine, a fixed fuel tank of any size, or a fuelburning cooking, heating or refrigerating appliance
Sail and Power Boats 6m to 9m (19'8" - 29'6") 1. One (1) lifejacket or PFD for each person on board
2. One (1) reboarding device (See Note 1)
3. One (1) buoyant heaving line at least 15 m (49'3") long OR One (1) lifebuoy attached to a buoyant line
4. One (1) watertight flashlight
5. Six (6) flares of type A, B or C (See Note 2)
6. One (1) manual propelling device OR One (1) anchor and at least 15 m (49'3") of cable, rope or chain in any combination
7. One (1) bailer or manual bilge pump (See Note 3)
8. One (1) sound-signalling device or appliance 9. Navigation lights (See Note 4)
10. One (1) magnetic compass (See Note 5)
11. One (1) radar reflector (See Note 6)
12. One (1) 5BC fire extinguisher if equipped with a motor 13. One (1) 5BC fire extinguisher if equipped with a fuelburning cooking, heating or refrigerating appliance
Sail and Power Boats 9m to 12m (29'6" - 39'4") 1. One (1) lifejacket or PFD for each person on board
2. One (1) reboarding device (See Note 1)
3. One (1) buoyant heaving line at least 15 m (49'3") long
4. One (1) lifebuoy attached to a buoyant line at least 15 m (49'3") long
5. One (1) watertight flashlight
6. Twelve (12) flares of type A, B, C or D, not more than six (6) of which are of type D (See Note 2)
7. One (1) anchor and at least 30 m (98'5") of cable, rope or chain in any combination
8. One (1) manual bilge pump (See Note 3) OR Bilge-pumping arrangements
9. One (1) sound-signalling device or appliance 10. Navigation lights (See Note 4)
11. One (1) magnetic compass (See Note 5)
12. One (1) radar reflector (See Note 6)
13. One (1) 10BC fire extinguisher if equipped with a motor 14. One (1) 10BC fire extinguisher if equipped with a fuel-burning cooking, heating or refrigerating appliance
Sail and Power Boats 12m to 24m (39'4" - 78'9") 1. One (1) lifejacket or PFD for each person on board
2. One (1) reboarding device (See Note 1)
3. One (1) buoyant heaving line at least 15 m (49 '3") long
4. One (1) lifebuoy equipped with a self-igniting light or attached to a buoyant line at least 15 m (49'3") long
5. One (1) watertight flashlight 6. Twelve (12) flares of type A, B, C or D, not more than six (6) of which are of type D (See Note 2) 7. One (1) anchor and at least 50 m (164'1") of cable, rope or chain in any combination
8. Bilge-pumping arrangements
9. One (1) sound-signalling appliance. Two required if the boat is 20 m and over that meets the applicable standards set out in the Collision Regulations
10. Navigation lights (See Note 4) 11. One (1) magnetic compass that meets the requirements set out in the Navigation Safety Regulations (See Note 5)
12. One (1) radar reflector (See Note 6)
13. One (1) 10BC fire extinguisher at all of the following locations: ..at each access to any space where a fuelburning cooking, heating or refrigerating appliance is fitted; ..at the entrance to any accommodation space; and ..at the entrance to the machinery space. 14. One (1) axe 15. Two (2) buckets of at least 10 L each

Note 1 – Reboarding Device
A reboarding device is only required if the vertical height that a person must climb to reboard the boat from the water (freeboard) is over 0.5 m (1'8").

Note 2 – Flares
Flares are not required for a boat that: • is operating on a river, canal or lake in which it can never be more than one (1) nautical mile (1.852 km) from shore; or • has no sleeping quarters and is engaged in an official competition or in final preparation for an official competition.

Note 3 – Bailer and Manual Bilge Pump
A bailer or manual bilge pump is not required for a boat that cannot hold enough water to make it capsize or a boat that has watertight compartments that are sealed and not readily accessible.

Note 4 – Navigation Lights
Navigation lights are only required if you operate the boat after sunset, before sunrise or in periods of restricted visibility (fog, falling snow, etc.).

Note 5 – Magnetic Compass
A magnetic compass is not required if the boat is 8 m (26'3") or less and you operate it within sight of navigation marks.

Note 6 – Radar Reflector
Radar reflectors are required for boats under 20 m (65'7") and boats built of mostly non-metallic materials. A radar reflector is not required if:
• the boat is used in limited traffic conditions, daylight and favourable environmental conditions, and where having a radar reflector is not essential to the boat's safety; or
• the small size of the boat or its operation away from radar navigation
makes it impossible to install or use a radar reflector.

REMEMBER: Boating laws change from time to time, so make sure you have the most current information. If the SAFE BOATING GUIDE differs from the regulations, remember that it is always the current regulatory text that applies. To learn more about regulations, use the direct links in the CONTACT INFORMATION AND REFERENCES section of this guide.