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Title 46: Shipping


PART 7—BOUNDARY LINES


Contents

General

§7.1   General purpose of boundary lines.
§7.5   Rules for establishing boundary lines.

Atlantic Coast

§7.10   Eastport, ME to Cape Ann, MA.
§7.15   Massachusetts Bay, MA.
§7.20   Nantucket Sound, Vineyard Sound, Buzzards Bay, Narragansett Bay, MA, Block Island Sound and easterly entrance to Long Island Sound, NY.
§7.25   Montauk Point, NY to Atlantic Beach, NY.
§7.30   New York Harbor, NY.
§7.35   Sandy Hook, NJ to Cape May, NJ.
§7.40   Delaware Bay and tributaries.
§7.45   Cape Henlopen, DE to Cape Charles, VA.
§7.50   Chesapeake Bay and tributaries.
§7.55   Cape Henry, VA to Cape Fear, NC.
§7.60   Cape Fear, NC to Sullivans Island, SC.
§7.65   Charleston Harbor, SC.
§7.70   Folly Island, SC to Hilton Head Island, SC.
§7.75   Savannah River/Tybee Roads.
§7.80   Tybee Island, GA to St. Simons Island, GA.
§7.85   St. Simons Island, GA to Little Talbot Island, FL.
§7.90   St. Johns River, FL.
§7.95   St. Johns Point, FL to Miami Beach, FL.
§7.100   Florida Reefs and Keys from Miami, FL to Marquesas Keys, FL.

Gulf Coast

§7.105   Marquesas Keys, FL to Rio Grande, TX.

Hawaii

§7.110   Mamala Bay, HI.

Pacific Coast

§7.115   Santa Catalina Island, CA.
§7.120   Mexican/United States border to Point Fermin, CA.
§7.125   Point Vincente, CA to Point Conception, CA.
§7.130   Point Conception, CA to Point Sur, CA.
§7.135   Point Sur, CA to Cape Blanco, OR.
§7.140   Cape Blanco, OR to Cape Flattery, WA.
§7.145   Strait of Juan de Fuca, Haro Strait and Strait of Georgia WA.

Alaska

§7.150   Canadian (BC) and United States (AK) Borders to Cape Spencer, AK.
§7.155   Cape Spencer, AK to Cape St. Elias, AK.
§7.160   Point Whitshed, AK to Aialik Cape, AK.
§7.165   Kenai Peninsula, AK to Kodiak Island, AK.
§7.170   Alaska Peninsula, AK to Aleutian Islands, AK.
§7.175   Alaska Peninsula, AK to Nunivak, AK.
§7.180   Kotzebue Sound, AK.

Authority: 14 U.S.C. 633; 33 U.S.C. 151, 1222; Department of Homeland Security Delegation No. 0170.1.

Source: CGD 81-058, 50 FR 25230, June 18, 1985, unless otherwise noted.

General

§7.1   General purpose of boundary lines.

The lines in this part delineate the application of the following U.S. statutes: 33 U.S.C. 152 relating to the length of towing hawsers; 33 U.S.C. 1201 et seq., the Vessel Bridge-to-Bridge Radiotelephone Act; 46 U.S.C. 5102(b)(6), which exempt from load line requirements certain vessels on domestic voyages; 46 U.S.C. 3301(6) requiring the inspection of seagoing barges which are defined in 46 U.S.C. 2101(32); 46 U.S.C. 3301(7) requiring the inspection of seagoing motor vessels which are defined in 46 U.S.C. 2101(33); 46 U.S.C. 3302(d) which exempts from inspection requirements certain vessels under 150 gross tons that operate within the waters of southeastern Alaska and the State of Washington; and 46 U.S.C. 8304, “Implementing the Officers' Competency Certificates Convention, 1936.”

[CGD 81-058, 50 FR 25230, June 18, 1985, as amended by CGD 95-028, 62 FR 51195, Sept. 30, 1997; USCG-1998-4442, 63 FR 52188, Sept. 30, 1998]

§7.5   Rules for establishing boundary lines.

(a) For application of the Vessel Bridge-to-Bridge Radiotelephone Act, 33 U.S.C. 1201 et seq., the line is 12 nautical miles seaward of the baseline from which the territorial sea is measured.

(b) Barges of 100 gross tons and over operating on the sheltered waters of British Columbia as defined in the United States-Canada treaty of 1933 (49 Stat. 2685, TS 869) are not required to be inspected as seagoing barges under 46 U.S.C. 3301.

(c) Except as otherwise described in this part, Boundary Lines are lines drawn following the general trend of the seaward, highwater shorelines and lines continuing the general trend of the seaward, highwater shorelines across entrances to small bays, inlets and rivers.

[CGD 81-058, 50 FR 25230, June 18, 1985, as amended by USCG-2001-9044, 68 FR 42602, July 18, 2003]

Atlantic Coast

§7.10   Eastport, ME to Cape Ann, MA.

(a) A line drawn from the easternmost extremity of Kendall Head to latitude 44°5445 N. longitude 66°5830 W.; thence to the range marker located in approximate position latitude 44°5145 N. longitude 66°59 W.

(b) A line drawn from West Quoddy Head Light to latitude 44°48.5 N. longitude 66°56.4 W. (Sail Rock Lighted Whistle Buoy “1”); thence to latitude 44°37.5 N. longitude 67°09.8 W. (Little River Lighted Whistle Buoy “2LR”); thence to latitude 44°14.5 N. longitude 67°57.2 W. (Frenchman Bay Approach Lighted Whistle Buoy “FB”); thence to Mount Desert Light; thence to Matinicus Rock Light; thence to Monhegan Island Light; thence to latitude 43°31.6 N. longitude 70°05.5 W. (Portland Lighted Horn Buoy “P”); thence to Boon Island Light; thence to latitude 42°37.9 N. longitude 70°31.2 W. (Cape Ann Lighted Whistle Buoy “2”).

§7.15   Massachusetts Bay, MA.

A line drawn from latitude 42°37.9 N. longitude 70°31.2 W. (Cape Ann Lighted Whistle Buoy “2”) to latitude 42°22.7 N. longitude 70°47.0 W. (Boston Lighted Horn Buoy “B”); thence to Race Point Light.

§7.20   Nantucket Sound, Vineyard Sound, Buzzards Bay, Narragansett Bay, MA, Block Island Sound and easterly entrance to Long Island Sound, NY.

(a) A line drawn from Chatham Light to latitude 41°36.1 N. longitude 69°51.1 W. (Pollack Rip Entrance Lighted Horn Buoy “PR”); thence to latitude 41°26.0 N. longitude 69°46.2 W. (Great Round Shoal Channel Lighted Buoy “2”); thence to Sankaty Head Light.

(b) A line drawn from the westernmost extremity of Nantucket Island to the southwesternmost extremity of Wasque Point, Chappaquiddick Island.

(c) A line drawn from Gay Head Light to Block Island Southeast Light; thence to Montauk Point Light on the easterly end of Long Island.

§7.25   Montauk Point, NY to Atlantic Beach, NY.

(a) A line drawn from Shinnecock East Breakwater Light to Shinnecock West Breakwater Light.

(b) A line drawn from Moriches Inlet East Breakwater Light to Moriches Inlet West Breakwater Light.

(c) A line drawn from Fire Island Inlet Breakwater Light 348° true to the southernmost extremity of the spit of land at the western end of Oak Beach.

(d) A line drawn from Jones Inlet Light 322° true across the southwest tangent of the island on the north side of Jones Inlet to the shoreline.

§7.30   New York Harbor, NY.

A line drawn from East Rockaway Inlet Breakwater Light to Ambrose Light; thence to Highlands Light (north tower).

§7.35   Sandy Hook, NJ to Cape May, NJ.

(a) A line drawn from Shark River Inlet North Breakwater Light “2” to Shark River Inlet South Breakwater Light “1”.

(b) A line drawn from Manasquan Inlet North Breakwater Light to Manasquan Inlet South Breakwater Light.

(c) A line drawn along the submerged Barnegat Inlet North Breakwater to Barnegat Inlet North Breakwater Light “2”; thence to Barnegat Inlet Light “5”; thence along the submerged Barnegat Inlet South Breakwater to shore.

(d) A line drawn from the seaward tangent of Long Beach Island to the seaward tangent of Pullen Island across Beach Haven and Little Egg Inlets.

(e) A line drawn from the seaward tangent of Pullen Island to the seaward tangent of Brigantine Island across Brigantine Inlet.

(f) A line drawn from the seaward extremity of Absecon Inlet North Jetty to Atlantic City Light.

(g) A line drawn from the southernmost point of Longport at latitude 39°18.2 N. longitude 74°32.2 W. to the northeasternmost point of Ocean City at latitude 39°17.6 N. longitude 74°33.1 W. across Great Egg Harbor Inlet.

(h) A line drawn parallel with the general trend of the seaward, highwater shoreline across Corson Inlet.

(i) A line formed by the centerline of the Townsend Inlet Highway Bridge.

(j) A line formed by the shoreline of Seven Mile Beach and Hereford Inlet Light.

§7.40   Delaware Bay and tributaries.

A line drawn from Cape May Inlet East Jetty Light to latitude 38°55.8 N. longitude 74°51.4 W. (Cape May Harbor Inlet Lighted Bell Buoy “2CM”); thence to latitude 38°48.9 N. longitude 75°02.3 W. (Delaware Bay Entrance Channel Lighted Buoy “8”); thence to the northernmost extremity of Cape Henlopen.

§7.45   Cape Henlopen, DE to Cape Charles, VA.

(a) A line drawn from the easternmost extremity of Indian River Inlet North Jetty to latitude 38°36.5 N. longitude 75°02.8 W. (Indian River Inlet Lighted Gong Buoy “1”); thence to Indian River Inlet South Jetty Light.

(b) A line drawn from Ocean City Inlet Light “6” to latitude 38°19.4 N. longitude 75°05.0 W. (Ocean City Inlet Entrance Lighted Buoy “4”); thence to latitude 38°19.3 N. longitude 75°05.1 W. (Ocean City Inlet Entrance Lighted Buoy “5”); thence to the easternmost extremity of the south breakwater.

(c) A line drawn from Assateague Beach Tower Light to latitude 37°50.2 N. longitude 75°24.9 W. (Chincoteague Inlet Lighted Bell Buoy “CI”); thence to the tower charted at latitude 37°52.6 N. longitude 75°26.7 W.

(d) A line drawn from the southernmost extremity of Cedar Island to latitude 37°34.7 N. longitude 75°36.0 W. (Wachapreague Inlet Entrance Lighted Buoy “1”); thence due south to shore at Parramore Beach.

(e) A line drawn from the seaward tangent of Parramore Beach to the lookout tower on the northern end of Hog Island chartered in approximate position latitude 37°27.2 N. longitude 75°40.5 W.

§7.50   Chesapeake Bay and tributaries.

A line drawn from Cape Charles Light to latitude 36°56.8 N. longitude 75°55.1 W. (North Chesapeake Entrance Lighted Gong Buoy “NCD”); thence to latitude 36°54.8 N. longitude 75°55.6 W. (Chesapeake Bay Entrance Lighted Bell Buoy “CBC”); thence to latitude 36°55.0 N. longitude 75°58.0 W. (Cape Henry Buoy “1”); thence to Cape Henry Light.

§7.55   Cape Henry, VA to Cape Fear, NC.

(a) A line drawn from Rudee Inlet Jetty Light “2” to latitude 36°50 N. longitude 75°56.7 W.; thence to Rudee Inlet Jetty Light “1”.

(b) A line drawn from Bodie Island Light to latitude 35°49.3 N. longitude 75°31.9 W.; thence to Oregon Inlet Jetty Light.

(c) A line drawn from Hatteras Inlet Light 255° true to the eastern end of Ocracoke Island.

(d) A line drawn from the westernmost extremity of Ocracoke Island at latitude 35°04 N. longitude 76°00.8 W. to the northeasternmost extremity of Portsmouth Island at latitude 35°03.7 N. longitude 76°02.3 W.

(e) A line drawn across Drum Inlet parallel with the general trend of the seaward, highwater shoreline.

(f) A line drawn from the southernmost extremity of Cape Lookout to latitude 34°38.4 N. longitude 76°40.6 W.; thence to the seaward extremity of the Beaufort Inlet west jetty.

(g) A line drawn from the seaward extremity of Masonboro Inlet north jetty to latitude 34°10.3 N. longitude 77°48.0 W.; thence to the beach in approximate position latitude 34°10 N. longitude 77°49.4 W.

[CGD 81-058, 50 FR 25230, June 18, 1985, as amended by USCG-2009-0702, 74 FR 49224, Sept. 25, 2009; USCG-2013-0671, 78 FR 60144, Sept. 30, 2013]

§7.60   Cape Fear, NC to Sullivans Island, SC.

(a) A line drawn from the southernmost extremity to Cape Fear to latitude 33°49.5 N. longitude 78°03.7 W. (Cape Fear River Entrance Lighted Bell Buoy “2CF”); thence to Oak Island Light.

(b) A line drawn from the southernmost extremity of Bird Island at approximate position latitude 33°51.2 N. longitude 78°32.6 W. to latitude 33°50.3 N. longitude 78°32.5 W. (Little River Inlet Entrance Lighted Whistle Buoy “2LR”); thence to the northeasternmost extremity of Waties Island at approximate position latitude 33°51.2 N. longitude 78°33.6 W.

(c) A line drawn from the seaward extremity of Murrells Inlet north jetty to latitude 33°31.5 N. longitude 79°01.6 W. (Murrells Inlet Lighted Bell Buoy “MI”); thence to Murrells Inlet South Jetty Light.

(d) A line drawn from Georgetown Light to latitude 33°11.6 N. longitude 79°05.4 W. (Winyah Bay Lighted Bell Buoy “2WB”); thence to the southernmost extremity of Sand Island.

§7.65   Charleston Harbor, SC.

A line drawn from Charleston Light on Sullivans Island to latitude 32°40.7 N. longitude 79°42.9 W. (Charleston Lighted Whistle Buoy “2C”); thence to a point on Folly Island at latitude 32°41.0 N. longitude 79°53.2 W.

[USCG-2010-0759, 75 FR 60001, Sept. 29, 2010]

§7.70   Folly Island, SC to Hilton Head Island, SC.

(a) A line drawn from the southernmost extremity of Folly Island to latitude 32°35 N. longitude 79°58.2 W. (Stono Inlet Lighted Whistle Buoy “1S”); thence to Kiawah Island bearing approximately 307° true.

(b) A line drawn from the southernmost extremity of Kiawah Island to latitude 32°31 N. longitude 80°07.8 W. (North Edisto River Entrance Lighted Whistle Buoy “2NE”); thence to Botany Bay Island in approximate position latitude 32°33.1 N. longitude 80°12.7 W.

(c) A line drawn from the microwave antenna tower on Edisto Beach charted in approximate position latitude 32°29.3 N. longitude 80°19.2 W. across St. Helena Sound to the abandoned lighthouse tower on Hunting Island charted in approximate position latitude 32°22.5 N. longitude 80°26.5 W.

(d) A line drawn from the abandoned lighthouse on Hunting Island in approximate position latitude 32°22.5 N. longitude 80°26.2 W. to latitude 32°18 N. longitude 80°25 W.; thence to the standpipe on Fripp Island in approximate position latitude 32°19 N. longitude 80°28.7 W.

(e) A line drawn from the westernmost extremity of Bull Point on Capers Island to latitude 32°04.8 N. longitude 80°34.9 W. (Port Royal Sound Lighted Whistle Buoy “2PR”); thence to the easternmost extremity of Hilton Head at latitude 32°13.2 N. longitude 80°40.1 W.

§7.75   Savannah River/Tybee Roads.

A line drawn from the southwesternmost extremity of Braddock Point to latitude 31°58.3 N. longitude 80°44.1 W. (Tybee Lighted Whistle Buoy “T”); thence to the southeasternmost extremity of Little Tybee Island bearing approximately 269° true.

§7.80   Tybee Island, GA to St. Simons Island, GA.

(a) A line drawn from the southernmost extremity of Savannah Beach on Tybee Island 255° true across Tybee Inlet to the shore of Little Tybee Island south of the entrance to Buck Hammock Creek.

(b) A line drawn from the southernmost extremity of Little Tybee Island at Beach Hammock to the easternmost extremity of Wassaw Island.

(c) A line drawn from Wassaw Island in approximate position latitude 31°52.5 N. longitude 80°58.5 W. to latitude 31°48.3 N. longitude 80°56.8 W. (Ossabaw Sound North Channel Buoy “OS”); thence to latitude 31°39.3 N. longitude 81°02.3 W. (St. Catherines Sound Buoy “St. C.”); thence to latitude 31°31.2 N. longitude 81°03.8 W. (Sapelo Sound Buoy “S”); thence to the easternmost extremity of Blackbeard Island at Northeast Point.

(d) A line drawn from the southernmost extremity of Blackbeard Island to latitude 31°19.4 N. longitude 81°11.5 W. (Doboy Sound Lighted Buoy “D”); thence to latitude 31°04.1 N. longitude 81°16.7 W. (St. Simons Lighted Whistle Buoy “ST S”).

§7.85   St. Simons Island, GA to Little Talbot Island, FL.

(a) A line drawn from latitude 31°04.1 N. longitude 81°16.7 W. (St. Simons Lighted Whistle Buoy “ST S”) to latitude 30°42.7 N. longitude 81°19.0 W. (St. Mary's Entrance Lighted Whistle Buoy “1”); thence to Amelia Island Light.

(b) A line drawn from the southernmost extremity of Amelia Island to latitude 30°29.4 N. longitude 81°22.9 W. (Nassau Sound Approach Buoy “6A”); thence to the northeasternmost extremity of Little Talbot Island.

§7.90   St. Johns River, FL.

A line drawn from the southeasternmost extremity of Little Talbot (Spike) Island to latitude 30°23.8 N. longitude 81°20.3 W. (St. Johns Lighted Whistle Buoy “2 STJ”); thence to St. Johns Light.

§7.95   St. Johns Point, FL to Miami Beach, FL.

(a) A line drawn from the seaward extremity of St. Augustine Inlet north jetty to latitude 29°55 N. longitude 81°15.3 W. (St. Augustine Lighted Whistle Buoy “ST. A.”); thence to the seaward extremity of St. Augustine Inlet south jetty.

(b) A line formed by the centerline of the highway bridge over Matanzas Inlet.

(c) A line drawn from the seaward extremity of Ponce de Leon Inlet north jetty to latitude 29°04.7 N. longitude 80°54 W. (Ponce de Leon Inlet Lighted Bell Buoy “2”); thence to Ponce de Leon Inlet Approach Light.

(d) A line drawn from Canaveral Harbor Approach Channel Range Front Light to latitude 28°23.7 N. longitude 80°32.2 W. (Canaveral Bight Wreck Lighted Buoy “WR6”); thence to the radio tower on Canaveral Peninsula in approximate position latitude 28°22.9 N. longitude 80°36.6 W.

(e) A line drawn across the seaward extremity of the Sebastian Inlet Jetties.

(f) A line drawn from the seaward extremity of the Fort Pierce Inlet North Jetty to latitude 27°28.5 N. longitude 80°16.2 W. (Fort Pierce Inlet Lighted Whistle Buoy “2”); thence to the tank located in approximate position latitude 27°27.2 N. longitude 80°17.2 W.

(g) A line drawn from the seaward extremity of St. Lucie Inlet north jetty to latitude 27°10 N. longitude 80°08.4 W. (St. Lucie Inlet Entrance Lighted Whistle Buoy “2”); thence to Jupiter Island bearing approximately 180° true.

(h) A line drawn from the seaward extremity of Jupiter Inlet North Jetty to the northeast extremity of the concrete apron on the south side of Jupiter Inlet.

(i) A line drawn from the seaward extremity of Lake Worth Inlet North Jetty to latitude 26°46.4 N. longitude 80°01.5 W. (Lake Worth Inlet Lighted Bell Buoy “2LW”); thence to Lake Worth Inlet Lighted Buoy “3”; thence to the seaward extremity of Lake Worth Inlet South Jetty.

(j) A line drawn across the seaward extremity of the Boynton Inlet Jetties.

(k) A line drawn from Boca Raton Inlet North Jetty Light “2” to Boca Raton Inlet South Jetty Light “1”.

(l) A line drawn from Hillsboro Inlet Light to Hillsboro Inlet Entrance Light “2”; thence to Hillsboro Inlet Entrance Light “1”; thence west to the shoreline.

(m) A line drawn from the tower located in approximate position latitude 26°06.9 N. longitude 80°06.4 W. to latitude 26°05.5 N. longitude 80°04.8 W. (Port Everglades Lighted Whistle Buoy “1”); thence to the signal tower located in approximate position latitude 26°05.5 N. longitude 80°06.5 W.

(n) A line drawn from the seaward extremity of Bakers Haulover Inlet north jetty 090° true to longitude 80°07.2 W.; thence to the seaward extremity of Bakers Haulover Inlet south jetty.

§7.100   Florida Reefs and Keys from Miami, FL to Marquesas Keys, FL.

(a) A line drawn from the tower located in approximate position latitude 25°46.7 N. longitude 80°08 W. to latitude 25°46.1 N. longitude 80°05.0 W. (Miami Lighted Whistle Buoy “M”); thence to Fowey Rocks Light (latitude 25°35.4 N. longitude 80°05.8 W.); thence to Pacific Reef Light (latitude 25°22.3 N. longitude 80°08.5 W.) thence to Carysfort Reef Light (latitude 25°13.3 N. longitude 80°12.7 W.); thence to Molasses Reef Light “10” (latitude 25°00.7 N. longitude 80°22.6 W.); thence to Alligator Reef Light (latitude 24°51.1 N. longitude 80°37.1 W.); thence to Tennessee Reef Light (latitude 24°44.7 N. longitude 80°46.9 W.); thence to Sombrero Key Light (latitude 24°37.6 N. longitude 81°06.6 W.); thence to American Shoal Light (latitude 24°31.5 N. longitude 81°31.2 W.); thence to latitude 24°27.7 N. longitude 81°48.1 W. (Key West Entrance Lighted Whistle Buoy); thence to Cosgrove Shoal Light (latitude 24°27.5 N. longitude 82°11.2 W.); thence due north to a point 12 miles from the baseline from which the territorial sea is measured in approximate position latitude 24°47.5 N. longitude 82°11.2 W.

Gulf Coast

§7.105   Marquesas Keys, FL to Rio Grande, TX.

A line drawn from Marquesas Keys, Florida at approximate position latitude 24°47.5 N, longitude 82°11.2 W; along the 12-mile line which marks the seaward limits of the territorial sea (as defined in 33 CFR 2.22(a)(1)) to Rio Grande, Texas at approximate position latitude 25°58.6 N, longitude 96°55.5 W.

[USCG-2001-9044, 68 FR 42602, July 18, 2003]

Hawaii

§7.110   Mamala Bay, HI.

A line drawn from Barbers Point Light to Diamond Head Light.

Pacific Coast

§7.115   Santa Catalina Island, CA.

(a) A line drawn from the northernmost point of Lion Head to the north tangent of Bird Rock Island; thence to the northernmost point of Blue Cavern Point.

(b) A line drawn from White Rock to the northernmost point of Abalone Point.

§7.120   Mexican/United States border to Point Fermin, CA.

(a) A line drawn from the southerly tower of the Coronado Hotel in approximate position latitude 32°40.8 N. longitude 117°10.6 W. to latitude 32°39.1 N. longitude 117°13.6 W. (San Diego Bay Channel Lighted Bell Buoy “5”); thence to Point Loma Light.

(b) A line drawn from Mission Bay South Jetty Light “2” to Mission Bay North Jetty Light “1”.

(c) A line drawn from Oceanside South Jetty Light “4” to Oceanside Breakwater Light “3”.

(d) A line drawn from Dana Point Jetty Light “6” to Dana Point Breakwater Light “5”.

(e) A line drawn from Newport Bay East Jetty Light “4” to Newport Bay West Jetty Light “3”.

(f) A line drawn from Anaheim Bay East Jetty Light “6” to Anaheim Bay West Jetty Light “5”; thence to Long Beach Breakwater East End Light “1”. A line drawn from Long Beach Entrance Light “2” to Long Beach Light. A line drawn from Los Angeles Main Channel Entrance Light “2” to Los Angeles Light.

§7.125   Point Vincente, CA to Point Conception, CA.

(a) A line drawn from Redondo Beach East Jetty Light “2” to Redondo Beach West Jetty Light “3”.

(b) A line drawn from Marina Del Rey Light “4” to Marina Del Rey Breakwater South Light “1”. A line drawn from Marina Del Rey Breakwater North Light “2” to Marina Del Rey Light “3”.

(c) A line drawn from Port Hueneme East Jetty Light “4” to Port Hueneme West Jetty Light “3”.

(d) A line drawn from Channel Islands Harbor South Jetty Light “2” to Channel Islands Harbor Breakwater South Light “1”. A line drawn from Channel Islands Harbor Breakwater North Light to Channel Islands Harbor North Jetty Light “5”.

(e) A line drawn from Ventura Marina South Jetty Light “6” to Ventura Marina Breakwater South Light “3”. A line drawn from Ventura Marina Breakwater North Light to Ventura Marina North Jetty Light “7”.

(f) A line drawn from Santa Barbara Harbor Light “4” to latitude 34°24.1 N. longitude 119°40.7 W. (Santa Barbara Harbor Lighted Bell Buoy “1”); thence to Santa Barbara Harbor Breakwater Light.

§7.130   Point Conception, CA to Point Sur, CA.

(a) A line drawn from the southernmost extremity of Fossil Point at longitude 120°43.5 W. to the seaward extremity of Whaler Island Breakwater.

(b) A line drawn from the outer end of Morro Bay Entrance East Breakwater to latitude 35°21.5 N. longitude 120°52.3 W. (Morro Bay Entrance Lighted Bell Buoy “1”); thence to Morro Bay West Breakwater Light.

§7.135   Point Sur, CA to Cape Blanco, OR.

(a) A line drawn from Monterey Harbor Light “6” to latitude 36°36.5 N. longitude 121°53.2 W. (Monterey Harbor Anchorage Buoy “A”); thence to the northernmost extremity of Monterey Municipal Wharf No. 2.

(b) A line drawn from seaward extremity of the pier located 0.3 mile south of Moss Landing Harbor Entrance to the seaward extremity of the Moss Landing Harbor North Breakwater.

(c) A line drawn from Santa Cruz Light to the southernmost projection of Soquel Point.

(d) A straight line drawn from Point Bonita Light across Golden Gate through Mile Rocks Light to the shore.

(e) A line drawn from the northwestern tip of Tomales Point to latitude 38°15.1 N. longitude 123°00.1 W. (Tomales Point Lighted Horn Buoy “2”); thence to latitude 38°17.2 N. longitude 123°02.3 W. (Bodega Harbor Approach Lighted Gong Buoy “BA”); thence to the southernmost extremity of Bodega Head.

(f) A line drawn from Humboldt Bay Entrance Light “4” to Humboldt Bay Entrance Light “3”.

(g) A line drawn from Crescent City Outer Breakwater Light “5” to the southeasternmost extremity of Whaler Island at longitude 124°11 W.

§7.140   Cape Blanco, OR to Cape Flattery, WA.

(a) A line drawn from the seaward extremity of the Coos Bay South Jetty to latitude 43°21.9 N. longitude 124°21.7 W. (Coos Bay Entrance Lighted Bell Buoy “1”); thence to the seaward extremity of the Coos Bay North Jetty.

(b) A line drawn from the lookout tower located in approximate position latitude 46°13.6 N. longitude 124°00.7 W. to latitude 46°12.8 N. longitude 124°08.0 W. (Columbia River Entrance Lighted Whistle Buoy “2”); thence to latitude 46°14.5 N. longitude 124°09.5 W. (Columbia River Entrance Lighted Bell Buoy “1”); thence to North Head Light.

(c) A line drawn from latitude 46°52.8 N. longitude 124°12.6 W. (Grays Harbor Light to Grays Harbor Entrance Lighted Whistle Buoy “2”); thence to latitude 46°55.0 N. longitude 124°14.7 W. (Grays Harbor Entrance Lighted Whistle Buoy “3”); thence to Grays Harbor Bar Range Rear Light.

§7.145   Strait of Juan de Fuca, Haro Strait and Strait of Georgia WA.

(a) A line drawn from the northernmost point of Angeles Point to latitude 48°21.1 N. longitude 123°02.5 W. (Hein Bank Lighted Bell Buoy); thence to latitude 48°25.5 N. longitude 122°58.5 W. (Salmon Bank Lighted Gong Buoy “3”); thence to Cattle Point Light on San Juan Island.

(b) A line drawn from Lime Kiln Light to Kellett Bluff Light on Henry Island; thence to Turn Point Light on Stuart Island; thence to Skipjack Island Light; thence to latitude 48°46.6 N. longitude 122°53.4 W. (Clements Reef Bouy “2”); thence to International Boundary Range B Front Light.

Alaska

§7.150   Canadian (BC) and United States (AK) Borders to Cape Spencer, AK.

(a) A line drawn from the northeasternmost extremity of Point Mansfield, Sitklan Island 040° true to the mainland.

(b) A line drawn from the southeasternmost extremity of Island Point, Sitklan Island to the southernmost extremity of Garnet Point, Kanagunut Island; thence to Lord Rock Light; thence to Barren Island Light; thence to Cape Chacon Light; thence to Cape Muzon Light.

(c) A line drawn from Point Cornwallis Light to Cape Bartolome Light; thence to Cape Edgecumbe Light; thence to the westernmost extremity of Cape Cross.

(d) A line drawn from Surge Bay Entrance Light to Cape Spencer Light.

§7.155   Cape Spencer, AK to Cape St. Elias, AK.

(a) A line drawn from the westernmost extremity of Harbor Point to the southernmost extremity of LaChaussee Spit at Lituya Bay.

(b) A line drawn from Ocean Cape Light to latitude 59°31.9 N. longitude 139°57.1 W. (Yakutat Bay Entrance Lighted Whistle Buoy “2”); thence to the southeasternmost extremity of Point Manby.

(c) A line drawn from the northernmost extremity of Point Riou to the easternmost extremity of Icy Cape.

§7.160   Point Whitshed, AK to Aialik Cape, AK.

(a) A line drawn from the southernmost extremity of Point Whitshed to the easternmost extremity of Hinchinbrook Island.

(b) A line drawn from Cape Hinchinbrook Light to Schooner Rock Light “1”.

(c) A line drawn from the southwesternmost extremity of Montague Island to Point Elrington Light; thence to the southernmost extremity of Cape Puget.

(d) A line drawn from the southernmost extremity of Cape Resurrection to the Aialik Cape.

§7.165   Kenai Peninsula, AK to Kodiak Island, AK.

(a) A line drawn from the southernmost extremity of Kenai Peninsula at longitude 151°44.0 W. to East Amatuli Island Light; thence to the northwesternmost extremity of Shuyak Island at Party Cape; thence to the easternmost extremity of Cape Douglas.

(b) A line drawn from the southernmost extremity of Pillar Cape on Afognak Island to Spruce Cape Light; thence to the easternmost extremity of Long Island; thence to the northeasternmost extremity of Cape Chiniak.

(c) A line drawn from Cape Nunilak at latitude 58°09.7 N. to the northernmost extremity of Raspberry Island. A line drawn from the westernmost extremity of Raspberry Cape to the northernmost extremity of Miners Point.

§7.170   Alaska Peninsula, AK to Aleutian Islands, AK.

(a) A line drawn from the southernmost extremity of Cape Kumlium to the westernmost extremity of Nakchamik Island; thence to the easternmost extremity of Castle Cape at Chignik Bay.

(b) A line drawn from Second Priest Rock to Ulakta Head Light at Iliuliuk Bay entrance.

(c) A line drawn from Arch Rock to the northernmost extremity of Devilfish Point at Captains Bay.

(d) A line drawn from the easternmost extremity of Lagoon Point to the northwesternmost extremity of Cape Kutuzof at Port Moller.

§7.175   Alaska Peninsula, AK to Nunivak, AK.

(a) A line drawn from the northernmost extremity of Goose Point at Egegik Bay to Protection Point.

(b) A line drawn from the westernmost extremity of Kulukak Point to the northernmost extremity of Round Island; thence to the southernmost extremity of Hagemeister Island; thence to the southernmost extremity of Cape Peirce; thence to the southernmost extremity of Cape Newenham.

(c) A line drawn from the church spire located in approximate position latitude 59°45 N. longitude 161°55 W. at the mouth of the Kanektok River to the southernmost extremity of Cape Avinof.

§7.180   Kotzebue Sound, AK.

A line drawn from Cape Espenberg Light to latitude 66°52 N. longitude 163°28 W.; and thence to Cape Krusenstern Light.



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