2Yacht ? Limited number of passengers Private - commercial (e.g. charter)SOLAS exempted (normally)
3DNV HSLC Rules - Notation Yacht Objective:level of safety as for commercial passenger serviceLC: (0,13 ·L·B)1,5HS: V 7,16 0,1667 & 25 knotsService restr.: R0, R1, R2, R3, R4Yacht: Requirements given in Pt. 5 Ch. 5 1A1 HSLC Yacht R... 1A1 LC Yacht R...
4Development - DNV Yacht Rules To cover all types of vessels: HSLC (motor and sail) and steel shipsObjective:level of safety level as for commercial passenger serviceSafety Principles (ongoing)Technical rule requirements:
5DNV HSLC Rules - Notation Yacht Differences from HSLC basic Class:Not for commercial operation, but charter includedReduced minimum thicknesses may be acceptedRequirements to sill heights may be reduced based on special considerationReduced number of deadlightsReduced weight of anchoring equipmentReduced requirements to certification of machinery componentsDifferent requirements to fire prevention, detection and fighting
11Projects in progress Mirabella V LOA 75.2 m Beam 14.8 m Draft 10.0 m (keel down)Displ. 700 tonnesSail Area m2Designer Ron Holland DesignBuilder Vosper ThornycroftComposite Engineering by High ModulusClass: 1A1 LC Yacht R0 E0
14Sailyachts - Rule proposal Consider especially:- rig attachments (mast step, stays etc.)- rig loads on hull (hull bending etc.)- keel and keel attachmentStatus:On external hearing.Planned completed 2002.
15Why chose DNV Ensures adequate safety level for persons on-board Reduces project risk - third party verification of deliveryExpertise in lightweight construction - design and manufactureExpertise in FRP and steel/alum. constructionEfficient approval processWorld wide presenceExtensive consulting servicesExtensive statutory experience
16Statutory certificates Requirements to statutory certificates depends on:type of operation (commercial/private)sizeflagWill have effect on vessel designMust be known at specification stage