Immatriculation cockpit
Immatriculation cockpit
Immatriculation cockpit
Immatriculation cockpit
Immatriculation cockpit
Immatriculation cockpit
Immatriculation cockpit
Immatriculation cockpit

Adhesive cockpit registration

€5.15
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Cockpit marking is compulsory for all boats, regardless of their registration date, from January 1, 2012, it must bear an internal identification mark near the cockpit.

Durability: 8 years

Kit including: 1 registration letter height 1 cm in Arial and installation instructions.

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Description

All of our selected fonts have line widths equal to or greater than current regulations.

The adhesive used is a high performance polymer adhesive vinyl resistant to sea water, diesel fuel, oils and light acids.

Regulations

Motorboats must have this registration number in capital letters on both sides of the hull or superstructure.
The dimensions of the markings are free, but a minimum size for each character must be respected according to the length of the boat:
- Less than 7 meters: 4 cm high and 1.5 cm wide. Line thickness: 0.5 cm.
- Between 7 and 12 meters: 7 cm high and 3 cm wide. Line thickness: 0.8 cm.
- More than 12 meters: 12 cm high and 5 cm wide. Line thickness: 1.5 cm.
- For VNM (jetski): 4 cm high and 1.5 cm wide. Line thickness: 0.5 cm.
The specific case of annexes: They must bear the word AX followed by the identification marks of the carrier vessel.
Internal marking: Since June 1, 2009, any newly registered vessel must bear an internal identification mark in the cockpit or near the cockpit.
This marking allows navigators in difficulty to give their registration by VHF to the emergency services and to facilitate the identification of wrecks when rescuers board.
Made up of the registration number, this mark, with free dimensions, will be compulsory for all boats, whatever their registration date, from January 1, 2012.

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