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Title 33Chapter ISubchapter PPart 169


TITLE 33—Navigation and Navigable Waters

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

SUBCHAPTER P—PORTS AND WATERWAYS SAFETY

PART 169—SHIP REPORTING SYSTEMS

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Subpart A—GENERAL

§169.1
What is the purpose of this part?
§169.5
How are terms used in this part defined?
§169.10
What geographic coordinates are used?
§169.15
Incorporation by reference: Where can I get a copy of the publications mentioned in this part?
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Subpart B—ESTABLISHMENT OF TWO MANDATORY SHIP REPORTING SYSTEMS FOR THE PROTECTION OF NORTHERN RIGHT WHALES

§169.100
What mandatory ship reporting systems are established by this subpart?
§169.102
Who is the shore-based authority?
§169.105
Where is the northeastern reporting system located?
§169.110
When is the northeastern reporting system in effect?
§169.115
Where is the southeastern reporting system located?
§169.120
When is the southeastern reporting system in effect?
§169.125
What classes of ships are required to make reports?
§169.130
When are ships required to make reports?
§169.135
How must the reports be made?
§169.140
What information must be included in the report?
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Subpart C—TRANSMISSION OF LONG RANGE IDENTIFICATION AND TRACKING INFORMATION

§169.200
What is the purpose of this subpart?
§169.205
What types of ships are required to transmit LRIT information (position reports)?
§169.210
Where during its international voyage must a ship transmit position reports?
§169.215
How must a ship transmit position reports?
§169.220
When must a ship be fitted with LRIT equipment?
§169.225
Which Application Service Providers may a ship use?
§169.230
How often must a ship transmit position reports?
§169.235
What exemptions are there from reporting?
§169.240
When may LRIT equipment be switched off?
§169.245
What must a ship master do if LRIT equipment is switched off or fails to operate?


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