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Title 33Chapter ISubchapter SPart 183


TITLE 33—Navigation and Navigable Waters

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

SUBCHAPTER S—BOATING SAFETY

PART 183—BOATS AND ASSOCIATED EQUIPMENT

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Subpart A—GENERAL

§183.1
Purpose and applicability.
§183.3
Definitions.
§183.5
Incorporation by reference.
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Subpart B—DISPLAY OF CAPACITY INFORMATION

§183.21
Applicability.
§183.23
Capacity marking required.
§183.25
Display of markings.
§183.27
Construction of markings.
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Subpart C—SAFE LOADING

§183.31
Applicability.
§183.33
Maximum weight capacity: Inboard and inboard-outdrive boats.
§183.35
Maximum weight capacity: Outboard boats.
§183.37
Maximum weight capacity: Boats rated for manual propulsion and boats rated for outboard motors of 2 horsepower or less.
§183.39
Persons capacity: Inboard and inboard-outdrive boats.
§183.41
Persons capacity: Outboard boats.
§183.43
Persons capacity: Boats rated for manual propulsion and boats rated for outboard motors of 2 horsepower or less.
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Subpart D—SAFE POWERING

§183.51
Applicability.
§183.53
Horsepower capacity.
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Subpart E—[RESERVED]

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Subpart F—FLOTATION REQUIREMENTS FOR INBOARD BOATS, INBOARD/OUTDRIVE BOATS, AND AIRBOATS

§183.101
Applicability.
§183.105
Quantity of flotation required.
§183.110
Definitions.
§183.112
Flotation material and air chambers.
§183.114
Test of flotation materials.
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Subpart G—FLOTATION REQUIREMENTS FOR OUTBOARD BOATS RATED FOR ENGINES OF MORE THAN 2 HORSEPOWER

General

§183.201
Applicability.
§183.202
Flotation and certification requirements.
§183.205
Passenger carrying area.
§183.210
Reference areas.
§183.215
Reference depth.
§183.220
Preconditioning for tests.
§183.222
Flotation material and air chambers.

Tests

§183.225
Flotation test for persons capacity.
§183.230
Stability test.
§183.235
Level flotation test without weights for persons capacity.
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Subpart H—FLOTATION REQUIREMENTS FOR OUTBOARD BOATS RATED FOR ENGINES OF 2 HORSEPOWER OR LESS

General

§183.301
Applicability.
§183.302
Flotation requirements.
§183.305
Passenger carrying area.
§183.310
Reference areas.
§183.315
Reference depth.
§183.320
Preconditioning for tests.
§183.322
Flotation materials.

Tests

§183.325
Flotation test for persons capacity.
§183.330
Stability test.
§183.335
Level flotation test without weights for persons capacity.
Appendix
Table 4 to Subpart H of Part 183—Weights (Pounds) of Outboard Motor and Related Equipment for Various Boat Horsepower Ratings
Appendix
Figures to Subpart H of Part 183
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Subpart I—ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS

General

§183.401
Purpose, applicability, and effective dates.
§183.402
Definitions.
§183.405
General.

Manufacturer Requirements

§183.410
Ignition protection.
§183.415
Grounding.
§183.420
Batteries.
§183.425
Conductors: General.
§183.430
Conductors in circuits of less than 50 volts.
§183.435
Conductors in circuits of 50 volts or more.
§183.440
Secondary circuits of ignition systems.
§183.445
Conductors: Protection.
§183.455
Overcurrent protection: General.
§183.460
Overcurrent protection: Special applications.
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Subpart J—FUEL SYSTEMS

General

§183.501
Applicability.
§183.505
Definitions.
§183.507
General.

Equipment Standards

§183.510
Fuel tanks.
§183.512
Fuel tanks: Prohibited materials.
§183.514
Fuel tanks: Labels.
§183.516
Cellular plastic used to encase fuel tanks.
§183.518
Fuel tank openings.
§183.520
Fuel tank vent systems.
§183.524
Fuel pumps.
§183.526
Carburetors.
§183.528
Fuel stop valves.
§183.530
Spud, pipe, and hose fitting configuration.
§183.532
Clips, straps, and hose clamps.
§183.534
Fuel filters and strainers.
§183.536
Seals and gaskets in fuel filters and strainers.
§183.538
Metallic fuel line materials.
§183.540
Hoses: Standards and markings.
§183.542
Fuel systems.

Manufacturer Requirements

§183.550
Fuel tanks: Installation.
§183.552
Plastic encased fuel tanks: Installation.
§183.554
Fittings, joints, and connections.
§183.556
Plugs and fittings.
§183.558
Hoses and connections.
§183.560
Hose clamps: Installation.
§183.562
Metallic fuel lines.
§183.564
Fuel tank fill system.
§183.566
Fuel pumps: Placement.
§183.568
Anti-siphon protection.
§183.570
Fuel filters and strainers: Installation.
§183.572
Grounding.

Tests

§183.580
Static pressure test for fuel tanks.
§183.584
Shock test.
§183.586
Pressure impulse test.
§183.588
Slosh test.
§183.590
Fire test.
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Subpart K—VENTILATION

§183.601
Applicability.
§183.605
Definitions.
§183.607
Incorporation by reference.
§183.610
Powered ventilation system.
§183.620
Natural ventilation system.
§183.630
Standards for natural ventilation.
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Subpart L—START-IN-GEAR PROTECTION

§183.701
Applicability.
§183.705
Definitions.
§183.710
Start-in-gear protection required.
§183.715
Exception.
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Subpart M—NAVIGATION LIGHTS

§183.801
Applicability.
§183.803
Definitions.
§183.810
Navigation light certification requirements.
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Subpart N—[RESERVED]



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