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Coast Guard, Treasury Department-Continued

Navigation regulations-Continued

Aids to navigation-Continued

Sale and transfer of aids to navigation equipment, 33 Part 76
Federal agencies; exemption, 33 § 76.10-1

Sales of equipment not readily procurable, and of condemned
equipment, 33 §§ 76.01-1, 76.01-5

United States aids to navigation system, 33 Part 62

Buoys; colors, shapes, numbers, and light characteristics, etc., 33 §§ 62.25-1-62.25-55

Intracoastal Waterway identification, 33 § 62.25–30

Discontinuance of aids to navigation, 33 §62.05–1

Establishment of aids to navigation, 33 §§ 62.01-1-62.01-35

Anchorage areas, 33 § 62.01-15

Armed forces, 33 § 62.01-5
Danger areas, 33 § 62.01-25

Federal agencies, 33 § 62.01-10

Maritime commerce, 33 § 62.01–1

Marking pierheads on northern and northwestern lakes, 33
§ 62.01-30

Markings for marine parades and regattas, 33 § 62.01-35
Quarantine areas, 33 § 62.01-20

Fog signals (diaphones, diaphragms, horns, reed horns, sirens,
whistles, bells, and gongs); identification, periods of operation,
etc., 33 §§ 62.45-1-62.45-15

Lights on fixed structures; general provisions, 33 § 62.20-1 Lightships; color and name, identification, etc., 33 §§ 62.30-162.30-20

Loran (electronic aid); rate designation, charts, tables, etc., 33 §§ 62.40-1-62.40-20

Marine radiobeacons; operation, charts, etc., 33 §§ 62.35-1

62.35-20

Recommendations and requests, 33 §§ 62.10-1-62.10-10

Armed forces, 33 § 62.10-5

Federal agencies, 33 § 62.10-10
Marine commerce, 33 § 62.10-1

Reporting defects; procedure, 33 § 62.15-1

Wrecks, marking of. See Marking of wrecks.

Navigation requirements, for vessels in various waters:

Inland waters:

Barges, towing of; tows of seagoing barges, hawser length, etc., 33
Part 84

Boundary lines of inland waters, 33 Part 82

Basis and purpose, and general rules respecting entrances from seaward where specific lines are not described, 33 §§ 82.1, 82.2

Boundary lines for various inland waters; entrances from
seaward:

Alaska; bays, sounds, straits, etc., on coast of southeastern
Alaska between Cape Spencer Light Station and
Sitklan Island, 33 § 82.275

Atlantic Coast:

Delaware; Delaware Bay and tributaries, 33 § 82.25
Florida:

Florida Reefs and Keys from Miami to Marquesas
Keys, 33 § 82.55

St. Johns River, 33 § 82.50

Georgia:

Cumberland Sound, 33 § 82.45

St. Andrew Sound, 33 § 82.45
St. Simon Sound, 33 § 82.45
Savannah Harbor, 33 § 82.40

Maine; all harbors, 33 § 82.5

Maryland; Chesapeake Bay and tributaries, 33 § 82.30

Coast Guard, Treasury Department-Continued

Navigation regulations—Continued

Navigation requirements, for vessels in various waters-Continued
Inland waters-Continued

Boundary lines of inland waters, 33 Part 82-Continued
Boundary lines for various inland waters-Continued

Atlantic Coast-Continued

Massachusetts:

Buzzards Bay, 33 § 82.15
Harbors, 33 § 82.5

Massachusetts Bay, 33 § 82.10
Nantucket Sound, 33 § 82.15
Vineyard Sound, 33 § 82.15

New Hampshire; harbors, 33 § 82.5

New Jersey; Delaware Bay and tributaries, 33 § 82.25
New York:

Long Island Sound, 33 § 82.15
New York Harbor, 33 § 82.20
Rhode Island:

Block Island Sound, 33 § 82.15

Narragansett Bay, 33 § 82.15

South Carolina; Charleston Harbor, 33 § 82.35

Virginia; Chesapeake Bay and tributaries, 33 § 82.30 Gulf Coast:

Alabama; Mobile Bay to Mississippi Passes, La., 33 § 82.95

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Coast Guard, Treasury Department-Continued

Navigation regulations-Continued

Navigation requirements, for vessels in various waters-Continued
Inland waters-Continued

Boundary lines of inland waters, 33 Part 82-Continued
Boundary lines for various inland waters-Continued
Puerto Rico-Continued

Bahia de Mayaguez, 33 § 82.210

Bahia de Ponce, 33 § 82.225
Bahia de San Juan, 33 § 82.200
Puerto Arecibo, 33 § 82.205

Sonda de Vieques, 33 § 82.245

Virgin Islands:

Christiansted Harbor, Island of St. Croix, 33 § 82.240 St. Thomas Harbor, Island of St. Thomas, 33 § 82.235 Pilot rules, 33 Part 80

Definition of steam vessel and vessel under way, and risk of collision, 33 § 80.02

General provisions, respecting vessels navigating harbors, rivers, and inland waters of United States, 33 §§ 80.01, 80.3 Lights:

For certain classes of vessels:

Barges, canal boats, scows, etc., 33 §§ 80.14-80.17 Dredges of all types, and vessels working on wrecks and obstructions, etc., 33 §§ 80.18-80.25

Ferryboats, 33 § 80.15

Rafts, and other watercraft operating by hand power, horsepower, or current, 33 § 80.32

Searchlights or other blinding lights; unauthorized use of, 33 $$ 80.34-80.36

Time for lights, 33 § 80.14

Unauthorized use of lights; searchlights or other blinding

lights, 33 §§ 80.34, 80.36

Passing floating plant working in navigable channels; signals, speed, etc., 33 §§ 80.26-80.31a

Signals:

Danger, cross, and passing, 33 §§ 80.03, 80.1-80.3

Dredges of all types, and vessels working on wrecks and obstructions, etc., day signals, 33 §§ 80.18-80.25

Fog signals, 33 § 80.12

Passing floating plant working in navigable channels; signals, 33 § 80.26

Special day or night signals:

Day marks for fishing vessels with gear out, 33 § 80.32a Warning signals for Coast Guard vessels while handling or servicing aids to navigation, 33 § 80.33a United States Coast and Geodetic Survey vessel, day or night, at anchor or under way; special signals for, 33 § 80.33

Situations, 33 §§ 80.4-80.13

Crossing ahead, avoidance of, 33 § 80.9

Departure from rules, to avoid immediate danger, 33 § 80.11

Fog signals, speed in fog, etc., 33 §§ 80.12, 80.13

Meeting of steam and sailing vessels; right of way, 33

§ 80.8

Vessels approaching each other, nearing bend or curve in channel, etc., 33 §§ 80.4-80.7

Whistle, unnecessary sounding of, 33 § 80.35

Towing of barges; tows of seagoing barges, hawser length, etc.,

33 Part 84

Great Lakes, pilot rules for, 33 Part 90

Definitions; steam vessel, under way, and risk of collision, 33 §§ 90.01, 90.02

Coast Guard, Treasury Department-Continued

Navigation regulations—Continued

Navigation requirements, for vessels in various waters—Continued
Great Lakes, pilot rules for, 33 Part 90—Continued

Lights:

For certain classes of vessels (tugs, canal boats, rafts, ferryboats, etc.), 33 §§ 90.16–90.21

Unauthorized use of lights, searchlights or other blinding lights, 33 §§ 90.22, 90.24

Rules of the road. See Signals and rules of the road.

Signals and rules of the road, 33 §§ 90.1-90.15a

Rules of road:

Approaching at right angles or obliquely, 33 § 90.10
Departure from rules, 33 § 90.12

Diagrams, 33 § 90.15

Posting of rules, 33 § 90.15

Signals:

Approaching signals, 33 § 90.5

Backing signals, 33 § 90.15

Channels, bend or curve in; signal for vessels nearing, 33

§ 90.6

Cross signals, 33 § 90.3

Danger signals, 33 § 90.2

Distress signals, 33 § 90.15

Leaving dock signals, 33 § 90.7

Overtaking signals, 33 § 90.8

Passing signals, 33 § 90.4

Starboard and port signals, 33 § 90.1

Starting and stopping signals, 33 § 90.15

Warning signals for Coast Guard vessels handling or serv

icing aids to navigation, 33 § 90.15a

Whistles, unnecessary sounding of, 33 § 90.23

St. Marys River, Michigan; anchorage and navigation regulations, 33
Part 92

Anchorage regulations, 33 §§ 92.27-92.37

Anchorage grounds, 33 § 92.27

Dredging and wrecking plants in channel, 33 § 92.33

Emergency anchoring, 33 § 92.29

Forbidden anchorage, 33 § 92.31

Order of departure from anchorage, 33 § 92.37

Shifting anchorage when directed, 33 § 92.35

General provisions, 33 § 92.01-92.25

Area regulated, 33 § 92.01

Captain of the Port, 33 § 92.03

Definition; "vessel," 33 § 92.23

District engineer, 33 § 92.07

Obedience to instructions, 33 § 92.25

Routing of traffic in channels, 33 § 92.13
For temporary closure of channels:

Middle Neebish Channel, 33 § 92.17
West Neebish Channel, 33 § 92.19

St. Marys River patrol, 33 § 92.05
Lookout stations, 33 § 92.09

Sound signals used by patrol, 33 § 92.21

Visual signals at lookout stations, 33 § 92.15

Navigation regulations, 33 §§ 92.39-92.83

Channels:

Directional Neebish Channels, 33 § 92.59

Middle Neebish Channel, special sound signal for, 33 § 92.45

Passing and approaching in, 33 § 92.61

Rafts in, 33 § 92.77

Reporting obstruction of, 33 § 92.79

Sail; navigation of dredged channels by, 33 § 92.73

Speed through dredged channels, 33 § 92.71

Coast Guard, Treasury Department-Continued

Navigation regulations-Continued

Navigation requirements, for vessels in various waters-Continued
St. Marys River, Michigan-Continued

Navigation regulations, 33 §§ 92.39-92.83-Continued
Channels-Continued

Temporary closure of, 33 § 92.47

Vessels aground in; visual and sound signals for, 33
SS 92.41, 92.43

Pipe Island passages, 33 § 92.57

Signals:

Sound signals:

For vessels aground in channel, 33 § 92.43

Special signal for Middle Neebish Channel, 33 § 92.45
Visual signals:

For dredges and wrecking plants, 33 § 92.39
On vessels aground in channel, 33 § 92.41

Speed limit:

Approaching St. Marys Falls Canal, 33 § 92.55
Between Everens Point and Big Point, 33 § 92.49

In Middle Neebish Dike Cut, West Neebish Rock Cut, and
Sailors Encampment Channel, 33 § 92.51

Through dredged channels, 33 § 92.71

Two-way traffic, 33 § 92.53

Traffic, obstruction of; retarding other vessels, 33 § 92.75
Vessels:

Dropping of towed vessels, 33 § 92.69

Government vessels, 33 § 92.81

In Channels. See Channels.

Obstruction of traffic; retarding other vessels, 33 § 92.75
Passing:

Going in same direction when passing prohibited,
33 § 92.65

Passing and approaching in channels, 33 § 92.61

Passing towing tug going in same direction, 33 § 92.63

Signals for. See Signals.

Small craft, 33 § 92.83

Speed limits. See Speed limit.

Towing vessels; hauling clear of ranges, tow lines, 33

§ 92.67

Western rivers, pilot rules for, 33 Part 95

General provisions; area regulated, definitions, and risk of col

lision, 33 §§ 95.1-95.05

Lights:

Barges, 33 §§ 95.29-95.35

Ferryboats, 33 § 95.27

Rafts and other craft, 33 § 95.37

Unauthorized use of searchlights, etc., 33 §§ 95.41, 95.45

Signals:

Distress, 33 § 95.39

Passing vessels. See Vessels passing each other.

Vessels passing each other; signals and navigation rules, 33 §§ 95.07-95.26

Ascending and descending steam vessels crossing river, 33 § 95.15

Bridge span or draw; approaching, 33 § 95.13

Channels, narrow, 33 § 95.11

Cross signals, 33 § 95.09

Danger signals, 33 § 95.09

Diagrams, 33 § 95.25

Overtaking signals, 33 § 95.17

Passing signals, 33 § 95.19

Posting of pilot rules, 33 § 95.23

Two rivers, confluence of; vessels meeting at, 33 § 95.07
Visual signals, 33 § 95.21

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