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Namibia Tourism Board (d) Requirements

Requirements for Aircraft, Vehicles and Vessels

Namibia Tourism Board (d) Requirements

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Requirements in respect of Vehicles for Activities:

1. The operator of a regulated business, other than a foreign tour operator, where any vehicle is to be used for conveying clients on a public road in connection with any activity or service provided by the business, must ensure that no vehicle is used for that purpose:

  • (a) the vehicle is registered and licensed under the Road Traffic and Transport Act.
  • (b) In the case of a motor vehicle of a class prescribed under section 58(2) of the Road Traffic and Transport Act, a current roadworthy certificate is in force in respect of that motor vehicle.
  • (c) In the case of a motor vehicle of a class in respect of which an operator card is required to e held in accordance with Chapter 6 of the Road Traffic and Transport Act, a Valid operator card is displayed on that motor vehicle in the manner prescribed under that Act.
  • (d) The vehicle bears clear identification of the operator’s business on both sides of the used.
  • (e) The driver of the motor vehicle hold a valid driving licence for the class of motor vehicle used.
  • (f) The disc of the Board is displayed on the vehicle and
  • (g) The vehicle carries, in a readily accessible position
  • (h) a fire extinguisher; and
  • (i) a first-aid kit.

Requirements in Respect of Vessels used for Activities

1. The operator of a regulated business where any vessel is to be used for the conveyance of clients in connection with any activity or service provided by the business must ensure than no vessel is used for that purpose unless (a) the body, machinery tackle, apparatus and other accessories equipment of the vessel or used on the vessel are in good order and can be activated effectively.

  • (b) Every person aboard the vessel is provided with a life jacket or other means of safety protection in the event of an emergency.
  • (c) In the case of a vessel used for rafting, every person aboard the vessel is provided with a protective helmet.
  • (d) The person in control of the vessel has received proper training in, or has sufficient experience of, the handling of the type of vessel used and
  • (e) In the case of a sea-going vessel the provisions of the Merchant Shipping Act, 1951 (Act No 57 of 1951) at all times complied with in relation to the vessel and any person engaged to be in control of the vessel.

Requirements in Respect of Aircraft used for Activities

1. The operator of a regulated business where any aircraft is to be used for the conveyance of clients in connection with any activity or service provided by the business must ensure that no aircraft is used for that purpose unless the aircraft:

  • (a) is registered or licensed
  • (b) has an airworthiness certificate, issued under the aviation Act, 1962 (Act No. 74 of 1962 ) and the civil Aviation Regulations here under promulgated by government Notice No 1 of January 2, 2001.

2. Any person engaged to be in control of an aircraft on any flight carrying clients must be in possession of a valid aircraft-operator certificate issued under the Aviation Act, 1962 (Act No.74 of 1962) and the Civil Aviation Regulations promulgated by Government Notice No. 1 of January 2, 2001.

Acquiring a New Vehicle, Vessel or Aircraft.
Any vehicle, vessel or aircraft acquired by an operator of a registered regulated business

  • (a) to replace an existing vehicle, vessel or aircraft or
  • (b) in addition to any existing vehicles, vessels or aircraft may not be used for the conveyance of any person in connection with any activity of the regulated business unless the operator, upon application to the Board in writing and payment of the appropriated fee, has obtained a disc in respect of that vehicle, vessel or aircraft from the Board.

 

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