Great video from our CubaKat designer Ni

Posted February 6, 2012 by marineworkcomp
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Great video from our CubaKat designer Nick Boksa http://ow.ly/8Tm6e #konacatamaran #konacat #cubakat

KonaCat’s High speed cats ordered for p

Posted January 10, 2012 by marineworkcomp
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KonaCat’s High speed cats ordered for planned Florida-Cuba ferry service #KonaCat #CubaKat http://ow.ly/8jVaw

KonaCat to build 3 ferries for FL to Cub

Posted January 6, 2012 by marineworkcomp
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KonaCat to build 3 ferries for FL to Cuba Operations http://ow.ly/8jUXh http://ow.ly/i/p8ZC http://ow.ly/i/p8ZO

KonaCat has a fast boat and we are ready

Posted August 22, 2011 by marineworkcomp
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KonaCat has a fast boat and we are ready!!! Port, ferry operators want to run a slow boat to Cuba http://ow.ly/692m0

USL&H Boat Repair Classification Change

Posted April 27, 2010 by marineworkcomp
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The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (“stimulus bill”) was recently enacted into law by President Obama. This Act contains a provision that affects the US Longshore and Harbor Workers Compensation (USL&H) Act. Specifically, Section 803 of the Act amends the recreational vessel building, repair and dismantling exclusion (33 U.S.C. 902(3)(F)). The change removes ‘Boat Repairers’ from inclusion on requiring USL&H coverage. The effective date for this change is not specified and is assumed to be effective with the passage of the bill.
More specifically, the provision is provided and modified as follows:
“(F) individuals employed to build, repair or dismantle any recreational vessel under sixty-five feet in length—; or individuals employed to repair any recreational vessel, or to dismantle any part of a recreational vessel in connection with the repair of such vessel;”
The exclusion will continue to apply to individuals employed to “build” any recreational vessel under sixty-five feet in length.
However, with respect to the “repair” or “dismantling of any part of a recreational vessel,” a length requirement is no longer required to trigger the exclusion.
The exclusion potentially affects the following national classification codes:
• Code 6801F—Boatbuilding—Wood—NOC & Drivers
• Code 6811—Boatbuilding—Wood—NOC & Drivers
• Code 6824F—Boatbuilding or Repair & Drivers
• Code 6834—Boatbuilding or Repair & Drivers
• Code 6826F—Marina & Drivers
• Code 6836—Marina & Drivers
• Code 6872F—Ship Repair Conversion—All Operations & Drivers
• Code 6882—Ship Repair Conversion—All Operations & Drivers
Policies containing the above code(s) should be reviewed by the issuing carrier.
It is possible that USL&H coverage may no longer be required for certain risks. It may be appropriate to amend a policy and to replace a code with a State Act code, or to remove the USL&H load from the State code rate. This exclusion affects recreational vessel building, repair and dismantling. It does not apply to marine construction, such as pile driving, jetty or breakwater construction, and dock or seawall construction or repair.
Call Marineworkcomp.com at 800-264-8514 if you have any questions.

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Posted April 27, 2010 by marineworkcomp
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