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Federal Communications Commission (FCC)
HOW TO GET A MARINE RADIO STATION
Communications Act Safety Radiotelephony
Certificate Form 824
Bridge to Bridge
Certificate Form 827
Applying for a New License in the
Communications Act of 1934 as Amended by
Telecom Act of 1996
FCC Rules and Regulations
FCC Marine Radio Safety Inspections & Certifications
Any Vessel Carrying more than 6 passengers for hire, such as harbor cruises, sport fishing charters, deep sea fishing boats, dive boats, dolphin watching, dinner cruises, party boats, glass bottom boats, snorkel boats, yacht charters, towing vessels, pilot boats, casino boats and water taxi's require FCC Form 824.
Schedule an Appointment
Please Contact William Bullough, FCC Licensed Since 1965
or Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Serving the Area from Georgia to Key West
According to United States Coast Guard and FCC guidelines, shipboard VHF radios on commercial vessels must be inspected and certified once every five years when sailing on domestic voyages and once every 12 months when sailing on international voyages.
As a FCC Certified and Licensed Technician, I will visit your vessel, inspect your full VHF radio installation and issue the appropriate certificate to assure the vessel is in full compliance.
FCC 824: COMMUNICATIONS ACT SAFETY RADIOTELEPHONY CERTIFICATE
FCC 827: VESSEL BRIDGE-TO-BRIDGE RADIOTELEPHONY CERTIFICATE