Fire Protection Standard for Marinas and Boatyards
|Publication Date:||1 January 2016|
This standard applies to the construction and operation of marinas, boatyards, yacht clubs, boat condominiums, docking facilities associated with residential condominiums, multiple-docking facilities at multiple-family residences, and all associated piers, docks, and floats.
This standard also applies to support facilities and structures used for construction, repair, storage, hauling and launching, or fueling of vessels if fire on a pier would pose an immediate threat to these facilities, or if a fire at a referenced facility would pose an immediate threat to a docking facility.
This standard applies to marinas and facilities servicing small recreational and commercial craft, yachts, and other craft of not more than 300 gross tons.
This standard is not intended to apply to a private, noncommercial docking facility constructed or occupied for the use of the owners or residents of the associated singlefamily dwelling.
No requirement in this standard is to be construed as reducing applicable building, fire, and electrical codes.
Purpose. This standard is intended to provide a minimum acceptable level of safety to life and property from fire and electrical hazards at marinas and related facilities.