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Improvement Measures for Leisure Boat Management System in Korea
Report No. 2016-02 Research Manager Jang Won, Hong
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○ Recently, marine leisure activities have become popular and the distribution of
leisure boats has expanded, driving the demand of operating leisure boats
firsthand. As a result, the registration and management of leisure boats have
emerged as a new policy area.
- It is urgent to restructure the management system of leisure boats in the
mid-to-long term, in order to explore an ocean-based new growth engine and
effectively implement relevant policy measures.
○ The registration and inspection regulations related to leisure boats are
redundantly stipulated in various laws, causing confusion. Therefore, it is
necessary to restructure leisure boat related systems and to develop measures
for systematic management.
- The regulations related to the registration and inspection of leisure boats are
scattered across the Ship Act, the Ship Safety Act and the Water-related Leisure
Activities Safety Act. The matters related to the leisure boat related businesses
follow the Excursion Ship and Ferry Business Act, the Marine Transportation
Act, the Water-related Leisure Activities Safety Act and the Act on the
Development, Management, etc of Marinas.
- Since the registration and inspection laws related to leisure boats are scattered
and mixed, a systematic management, such as understanding the current status
of registration, is difficult. In addition, regulations related to leisure boat
businesses are not exclusive, management problems such as safety issues and
the equity of law application still remain.
○ From the short and mid-to-long term perspective, it is important to restructure
the laws and systems to raise the effectiveness of operating the leisure boat
management system and its systematic management.
- In the short term, laws related to existing ships should be restructured. Leisure
boat related management system can be implemented in a mutually exclusive
manner under the legal framework of registration, inspection and business
related systems.
- In the mid-to-long term perspective, it is necessary to develop a law for the
inspection and the registration of small vessels. Also, the registration system for
leisure boats should be established and the current status of leisure boats should
be understood after securing finance and collecting opinions of relevant
organizations.
- Furthermore, it is important to create the public consensus on the necessity for
leisure boat registration. Also, leisure boat related insurance products should be
developed and tax system following the acquisition and registration of leisure
boats should be restructured.

Research Project Report 상세보기
Improvement Measures for Leisure Boat Management System in Korea
Report No. 2016-02 Research Manager Jang Won, Hong
File

summary


○ Recently, marine leisure activities have become popular and the distribution of
leisure boats has expanded, driving the demand of operating leisure boats
firsthand. As a result, the registration and management of leisure boats have
emerged as a new policy area.
- It is urgent to restructure the management system of leisure boats in the
mid-to-long term, in order to explore an ocean-based new growth engine and
effectively implement relevant policy measures.
○ The registration and inspection regulations related to leisure boats are
redundantly stipulated in various laws, causing confusion. Therefore, it is
necessary to restructure leisure boat related systems and to develop measures
for systematic management.
- The regulations related to the registration and inspection of leisure boats are
scattered across the Ship Act, the Ship Safety Act and the Water-related Leisure
Activities Safety Act. The matters related to the leisure boat related businesses
follow the Excursion Ship and Ferry Business Act, the Marine Transportation
Act, the Water-related Leisure Activities Safety Act and the Act on the
Development, Management, etc of Marinas.
- Since the registration and inspection laws related to leisure boats are scattered
and mixed, a systematic management, such as understanding the current status
of registration, is difficult. In addition, regulations related to leisure boat
businesses are not exclusive, management problems such as safety issues and
the equity of law application still remain.
○ From the short and mid-to-long term perspective, it is important to restructure
the laws and systems to raise the effectiveness of operating the leisure boat
management system and its systematic management.
- In the short term, laws related to existing ships should be restructured. Leisure
boat related management system can be implemented in a mutually exclusive
manner under the legal framework of registration, inspection and business
related systems.
- In the mid-to-long term perspective, it is necessary to develop a law for the
inspection and the registration of small vessels. Also, the registration system for
leisure boats should be established and the current status of leisure boats should
be understood after securing finance and collecting opinions of relevant
organizations.
- Furthermore, it is important to create the public consensus on the necessity for
leisure boat registration. Also, leisure boat related insurance products should be
developed and tax system following the acquisition and registration of leisure
boats should be restructured.

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