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Largest ABYC Standards Update in history of ABYC available in August

ABYC

June 22, 2021

Order your copy of the 2021-2022 ABYC Standards and Technical Information Reports for Small Craft now.

Supplement 61 contains over 20 revised documents, including the updated E-30, Electric Propulsion Systems, addressing advancements in electric propulsion technology. E-10, Storage Batteries is another safety-critical standard that will be updated as well as ABYC’s largest and most popular standard E-11, AC & DC Electrical Systems on Boats.

ABYC Member – $99.95 USD

Non-member – $495 USD

Books ship first week of August. Shipping extra. International rates apply.

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Access ABYC Standards – Anywhere, Anytime

ABYC’s Standards Library – Desktop Subscription. Access the standards without internet connection, refresh standards updates throughout the year, and find what you need quickly with intuitive search features. Regular Price for Members: $99.95 USD

Manufacturers, Did You Know?

• Boat and component manufacturers designing for 2023 model year will need to understand and apply the updates.

• 75% of the revised documents are included as the standards basis for NMMA’s Boat & Yacht Certification Program.

• ABYC provides a comprehensive checklist to help complete compliance assessments of products as well as test report templates (available only to ABYC Members, and to be updated for Supplement 61).

Order at: https://abycinc.org/store/viewproduct.aspx?id=7015164 or contact us at 410-990-4460 x103 or jmorton@abycinc.org

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