Critical Code Requirements for Marinas and Boatyards

Critical Code Requirements for Marinas and Boatyards

Don’t jeopardize the safety of those water sport enthusiasts with a non-Code-compliant electrical installation.  

With the arrival of spring, project work on marinas and boatyards picks up, as will Code violations in those places. You’ll find the definition of what those places are in 555.1 of the Code. For NEC purposes, they don’t include private, noncommercial docking facilities used by the owner or residents of the associated single-family dwelling.

Shore enough

Marinas and boatyards don’t have to comply with just Art. 555. They must also comply with Chapter 1 through 4 req

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