Required on all powered recreational boats, with some limited exceptions, to provide safety information for the boat user.
The plate carries information regarding number of passengers and load limits, engine capacity if powered by an outboard motor, a buoyancy statement and the measurement standard used to assess the boat. Boats over 6 metres do not require a buoyancy statement.
The ABP shall be readily visible to the operator of the boat when getting the boat underway, preferably in the cockpit or near the steering position. The ABP is required in addition to the HIN plate. It may identify the boat by either HIN number or build date and does not replace the HIN plate.
Include your logo, name and contact details on the plate to promote your business, include variable information to save you time and reduce mistakes. onlineassetlabels.com.au ABP & HIN plates have the printed text and graphics embedded into the sapphire hard anodic layer. The plates will resist salt water, outdoor exposure, abrasion, chipping and most industrial solvents and chemicals.