Servicing Long Island and the greater New York, New Jersey and Connecticut area

WHEN WAS YOUR LAST SAFETY INSPECTION?

 

Specializing in compulsory radio inspections for small passenger and other vessels required to have a radio telephone installation:

 

            Communications Act Safety Radiotelephony Certificates

            Bridge to Bridge Radio Certificates   (> 20 meters, or > 100 GRT)

           

 

What is considered a compulsory vessel:

 

            As stipulated within the Communications Act of 1934 (as amended 1996), Part III, Sec 381 (page 197):

 

            “Except as provided in section 382, it shall be unlawful for any vessel of the United States, transporting more than 6 passengers for hire, to be navigated in the open sea or any tidewater within the jurisdiction of the United States adjacent or contiguous to the open sea, unless such vessel is equipped with an efficient radiotelephone installation in operating condition.”

 

 

Inspections dates may be set up by calling MARINE RADIO INSPECTIONS at:

 

Chris 631-786-7302

 

 

PRE-INSPECTION CHECKLIST

REQUIREMENTS THE FCC HAS FOR STATION INSPECTION.

 

OBTAINING AN F.C.C.  FRN/ CORES #

HOW TO GET AN F.C.C.  FRN/ CORES #

     
 

OBTAINING A MARINE RADIO STATION LICENSE

 

OBTAINING A MARINE RADIO OPERATORS PERMIT

     
 

BRIDGE TO BRIDGE

RADIO TELEPHONY REQUIREMENTS

 

FCC REQUIREMENTS

ARE SMALL PASSENGER VESSELS REQUIRED

 

PRE-INSPECTION CHECKLIST

OBTAINING AN F.C.C.  FRN/ CORES #

OBTAINING A MARINE RADIO STATION LICENSE

OBTAINING A MARINE RADIO OPERATORS PERMIT

BRIDGE TO BRIDGE

FCC REQUIREMENTS

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