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    Hi!

    Can somebody hjelp my out here. I need a declaration of conformity to my Bayliner 285 2005 mod.

    To get it registraited to Noweginan boat register.

    Geir

    #2
    Hi - try to contact Bayliner directly. They provided a copy for me on my 2855 Ciera from 1998 !

    You need to provide them the HIN number.

    /Mogens
    Mogens Olesen
    Bayliner 2855 Ciera Sunbridge ST (1998)
    7.4 L MPI Mercruiser (1998) with full closed cooling
    Bravo 3 Duo prop drive (1998)

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      #3
      Hi

      I tried that for a month ago but never heard from them, but I think that was bayliner Europe.

      Do you remember wich Office you was in contact With?

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        #4
        Hi, The guy I purchased the boat from 3 years ago did it.

        Bayliner Europe was not able to help - so he went to US (guess Brunswick directly) - here he could get it.

        That is all I know - so try Bayliner US.

        /MOL
        Mogens Olesen
        Bayliner 2855 Ciera Sunbridge ST (1998)
        7.4 L MPI Mercruiser (1998) with full closed cooling
        Bravo 3 Duo prop drive (1998)

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          #5
          "Timland" post=811522 wrote:
          Hi!

          Can somebody hjelp my out here. I need a declaration of conformity to my Bayliner 285 2005 mod.

          To get it registraited to Noweginan boat register.

          Geir
          Hope You get it sorted, but it might be though. There has been a lot of "grey import" to Europe" that means its possible the boat did not had the CE documentation in the first place. There might be differences in the EU models compared to US domestic market models. If the boat has an CE plate, then its easier to get retroactive lost documentation/ declaration of conformity. The problem with declaration of conformity is that its not enough that an identical boat has this approval, each unit need to have it. If You can not get it from Bayliner You can always have it CE proofed, but that costs plenty, guess abt 3000 US so lets hope Bayliner will give the papers to You. Good Luck!
          Bayliner 2556 1990 project

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            #6
            C-NUMB - yep fully agree with you. My boat was actually originally ordered from Bayliner Brunswick to be delivered in Germany - so CE plate mounted by Bayliner - that is why I could get it directly from Bayliner US.

            If the boat was built to the US market it would not require a CE approval - then being imported into Europe it would need this approval - which is rather costly.

            If the boat has the CE plate - it should be fairly easy to find the paperwork somewhere via the CE approval number.

            /MOL
            Mogens Olesen
            Bayliner 2855 Ciera Sunbridge ST (1998)
            7.4 L MPI Mercruiser (1998) with full closed cooling
            Bravo 3 Duo prop drive (1998)

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              #7
              Hi

              I sent a request yesterday to us Bayliner so I just hope for an answer. The boat has a CE plate.

              Thanks for the information

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                #8
                Still not heard anyting from Bayliner

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                  #9
                  Try calling them.

                  Think it took about 3-4 weeks for me to get it from them

                  /MOL
                  Mogens Olesen
                  Bayliner 2855 Ciera Sunbridge ST (1998)
                  7.4 L MPI Mercruiser (1998) with full closed cooling
                  Bravo 3 Duo prop drive (1998)

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