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Old 01-18-2022, 06:15 PM   #1
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New regulations for small tugboats

I came across this in a marine commercial forum.

I know we have some Canadian Tugboat captains on TF. What's the history behind this.

https://tc.canada.ca/en/marine-trans...-ssb-no-1-2022
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Old 01-18-2022, 06:18 PM   #2
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I came across this in a marine commercial forum.

I know we have some Canadian Tugboat captains on TF. What's the history behind this.

https://tc.canada.ca/en/marine-trans...-ssb-no-1-2022


I would guess it has something to do with this.


"Canadian regulations did not require Ingenika to be inspected. “This tug was under 15 gt in size and therefore was not required by regulations to be inspected"
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It looks like it's just a new way for boats to comply with existing regulations, not new regulations.
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It looks like it's just a new way for boats to comply with existing regulations, not new regulations.
Yes.
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Cool. It amazing to watch these small tugs up and down B.C. Last summer we saw one by Butedale. The current was going pretty good and he was bucking it at 2kts. We called over and asked if he needed anything. He said maybe a bigger engine. You could tell he was in his happy zone.
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We called over and asked if he needed anything.
Yeah, right.
I know the conversations that occupied the rest of their day.
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Old 01-19-2022, 10:45 AM   #7
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I came across this…What's the history behind this.
And I came across this. What’s the history behind 90% of your linked, not so “new” information being about BC or Canada?

Are you a closet Canadian or just another envious foreigner?

If you actually read the articles linked and made use of simple Google searches, others wouldn’t have to read it to you.

And don’t tell me I don’t have to read it. I do, otherwise it just stays as misinformation and leads to misconceptions.

How did you miss this headline?
https://globalnews.ca/news/8512575/t...almon-fishery/
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And I came across this. What’s the history behind 90% of your linked, not so “new” information being about BC or Canada?

Are you a closet Canadian or just another envious foreigner?

If you actually read the articles linked and made use of simple Google searches, others wouldn’t have to read it to you.

And don’t tell me I don’t have to read it. I do, otherwise it just stays as misinformation and leads to misconceptions.

How did you miss this headline?
https://globalnews.ca/news/8512575/t...almon-fishery/
The op asked a simple question and added a link without adding any personal view or comments, no need to get your flannel in a ruffle.
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The op asked a simple question and added a link without adding any personal view or comments, no need to get your flannel in a ruffle.
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Have you ever watched the film 'Grumpy Old Men"?
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The op asked a simple question and added a link without adding any personal view or comments.
OP certainly did add a personal view or comment when he made up the part about it being “New regulations” and again, if OP read his own links and did a snippet of research, he would find the answers. TF is not FB.

Thread title: New regulations for small tugboats.

The truth: New small vessel compliance program for tugs - SSB No.: 1/2022

Big difference between a regulation and a program.
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And I came across this. What’s the history behind 90% of your linked, not so “new” information being about BC or Canada?

Are you a closet Canadian or just another envious foreigner?

If you actually read the articles linked and made use of simple Google searches, others wouldn’t have to read it to you.

And don’t tell me I don’t have to read it. I do, otherwise it just stays as misinformation and leads to misconceptions.

How did you miss this headline?
https://globalnews.ca/news/8512575/t...almon-fishery/
Man you need to get a life and enjoy it. You appear to be sour on life. Get you a cup of coffee take a sip, smile. Its not hard. Stop being so angry.

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The op asked a simple question and added a link without adding any personal view or comments, no need to get your flannel in a ruffle.
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Maybe he hit his head when he fell out of bed this morning. Gezzz
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Have you ever watched the film 'Grumpy Old Men"?

A fun movie, which points out grumpy old men will say out loud what others are thinking.
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A fun movie, which points out grumpy old men will say out loud what others are thinking.
True statement. Good movie too.
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