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Title 33 Part 164

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Title 33 Part 164

Title 33Chapter ISubchapter PPart 164


TITLE 33—Navigation and Navigable Waters

CHAPTER I—COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED)

SUBCHAPTER P—PORTS AND WATERWAYS SAFETY

PART 164—NAVIGATION SAFETY REGULATIONS

rule
§164.01
Applicability.
§164.02
Applicability exception for foreign vessels.
§164.03
Incorporation by reference.
§164.11
Navigation under way: General.
§164.13
Navigation underway: tankers.
§164.15
Navigation bridge visibility.
§164.19
Requirements for vessels at anchor.
§164.25
Tests before entering or getting underway.
§164.30
Charts, publications, and equipment: General.
§164.33
Charts and publications.
§164.35
Equipment: All vessels.
§164.37
Equipment: Vessels of 10,000 gross tons or more.
§164.38
Automatic radar plotting aids (ARPA).
§164.39
Steering gear: Foreign tankers.
§164.40
Devices to indicate speed and distance.
§164.41
Electronic position fixing devices.
§164.42
Rate of turn indicator.
§164.46
Automatic Identification System.
§164.51
Deviations from rules: Emergency.
§164.53
Deviations from rules and reporting: Non-operating equipment.
§164.55
Deviations from rules: Continuing operation or period of time.
§164.61
Marine casualty reporting and record retention.
§164.70
Definitions.
§164.72
Navigational-safety equipment, charts or maps, and publications required on towing vessels.
§164.74
Towline and terminal gear for towing astern.
§164.76
Towline and terminal gear for towing alongside and pushing ahead.
§164.78
Navigation under way: Towing vessels.
§164.80
Tests, inspections, and voyage planning.
§164.82
Maintenance, failure, and reporting.

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