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Title 33Chapter IVPart 401


TITLE 33—Navigation and Navigable Waters

CHAPTER IV—SAINT LAWRENCE SEAWAY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION, DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

PART 401—SEAWAY REGULATIONS AND RULES

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Subpart A—REGULATIONS

§401.1
Short title.
§401.2
Interpretation.

Condition of Vessels

§401.3
Maximum vessel dimensions.
§401.4
Maximum length and weight.
§401.5
Required equipment.
§401.6
Markings.
§401.7
Fenders.
§401.8
Landing booms.
§401.9
Radio telephone and navigation equipment.
§401.10
Mooring lines.
§401.11
Fairleads.
§401.12
Minimum requirements—mooring lines and fairleads.
§401.13
Hand lines.
§401.14
Anchor marking buoys.
§401.15
Stern anchors.
§401.16
Propeller direction alarms.
§401.17
Pitch indicators and alarms.
§401.18
Steering lights.
§401.19
Disposal and discharge systems.
§401.20
Automatic Identification System.
§401.21
Requirements for U.S. waters of the St. Lawrence Seaway.

Preclearance and Security for Tolls

§401.22
Preclearance of vessels.
§401.23
Liability insurance.
§401.24
Application for preclearance.
§401.25
Approval of preclearance.
§401.26
Security for tolls.

Seaway Navigation

§401.27
Compliance with instructions.
§401.28
Speed limits.
§401.29
Maximum draft.
§401.30
Ballast water and trim.
§401.31
Meeting and passing.
§401.32
Cargo booms—deck cargo.
§401.33
Special instructions.
§401.34
Vessels in tow.
§401.35
Navigation underway.
§401.36
Order of passing through.
§401.37
Mooring at tie-up walls.
§401.38
Limit of approach to a lock.
§401.39
Preparing mooring lines for passing through.
§401.39-1
Raising fenders.
§401.40
Entering, exiting or position in lock.
§401.41
Tandem lockage.
§401.42
Passing hand lines.
§401.43
Mooring table.
§401.44
Mooring in locks.
§401.45
Emergency procedure.
§401.46
Attending lines.
§401.47
Leaving a lock.
§401.48
Turning basins.
§401.49
Dropping anchor or tying to canal bank.
§401.50
Anchorage areas.
§401.51
Signaling approach to a bridge.
§401.52
Limit of approach to a bridge.
§401.53
Obstructing navigation.
§401.54
Interference with navigation aids.
§401.55
Searchlights.
§401.56
Damaging or defacing Seaway property.
§401.57
Disembarking or boarding.
§401.58
Pleasure craft scheduling.
§401.59
Pollution.

Radio Communications

§401.60
Listening watch and notice of arrival.
§401.61
Assigned frequencies.
§401.62
Seaway stations.
§401.63
Radio procedures.
§401.64
Calling in.
§401.65
Communication—ports, docks and anchorages.

Dangerous Cargo

§401.66
Applicable laws.
§401.67
Explosive vessels.
§401.68
Explosives permission letter.
§401.69
Hazardous cargo vessels.
§401.70
Fendering—explosive and hazardous cargo vessels.
§401.71
Signals—explosive or hazardous cargo vessels.
§401.72
Reporting—explosive and hazardous cargo vessels.
§401.73
Cleaning tanks—hazardous cargo vessels.

Toll Assessment and Payment

§401.74
Transit declaration.
§401.75
Payment of tolls.
§401.76
In-transit cargo.
§401.77
[Reserved]

Information and Reports

§401.78
Required information.
§401.79
Advance notice of arrival, vessels requiring inspection.
§401.80
Reporting dangerous cargo.
§401.81
Reporting an accident.
§401.82
Reporting mast height.
§401.83
Reporting position at anchor, wharf, etc.
§401.84
Reporting of impairment or other hazard by vessels transiting within the Seaway.
§401.85
Reporting of impairment or other hazard by vessels intending to transit the Seaway.

Detention and Sale

§401.86
Security for damages or injury.
§401.87
Detention for toll arrears or violations.
§401.88
Power of sale for toll arrears.

General

§401.89
Transit refused.
§401.90
Boarding for inspections.
§401.91
Removal of obstructions.
§401.92
Wintering and laying-up.
§401.93
Access to Seaway property.
§401.94
Keeping copies of regulations.
§401.95
Compliance with regulations.

Navigation Closing Procedures

§401.96
Definitions.
§401.97
Closing procedures and ice navigation.
Appendix
Schedule I to Subpart A of Part 401—Vessels Transiting U.S. Waters
Appendix
Schedule II to Subpart A of Part 401—Table of Speeds
Appendix
Schedule III to Subpart A of Part 401—Calling-in Table
Appendix
Appendix I to Subpart A of Part 401—Vessel Dimensions
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Subpart B—PENALTIES—VIOLATIONS OF SEAWAY REGULATIONS

§401.101
Criminal penalty.
§401.102
Civil penalty.
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Subpart C—ASSESSMENT, MITIGATION OR REMISSION OF PENALTIES

§401.201
Delegation of authority.
§401.202
Statute providing for assessment, mitigation or remission of civil penalties.
§401.203
Reports of violations of Seaway regulations and instituting and conducting civil penalty proceedings.
§401.204
Criminal penalties.
§401.205
Civil and criminal penalties.
§401.206
Procedure for payment of civil penalty for violation of the Seaway regulations.


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