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Title 46Chapter ISubchapter KPart 116


TITLE 46—Shipping

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

SUBCHAPTER K—SMALL PASSENGER VESSELS CARRYING MORE THAN 150 PASSENGERS OR WITH OVERNIGHT ACCOMMODATIONS FOR MORE THAN 49 PASSENGERS

PART 116—CONSTRUCTION AND ARRANGEMENT

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Subpart A—GENERAL PROVISIONS

§116.100
General requirements.
§116.115
Applicability to existing vessels.
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Subpart B—PLANS

§116.202
Plans and information required.
§116.210
Plans for sister vessels.
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Subpart C—HULL STRUCTURE

§116.300
Structural design.
§116.330
Sailing vessels.
§116.340
Alternate design considerations.
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Subpart D—FIRE PROTECTION

§116.400
Application.
§116.405
General arrangement and outfitting.
§116.415
Fire control boundaries.
§116.422
Ceilings, linings, trim, interior finish and decorations.
§116.423
Furniture and furnishings.
§116.425
Deck coverings.
§116.427
Fire load of accommodation and service spaces.
§116.430
Insulation other than for structural fire protection.
§116.433
Windows and air ports in fire control boundaries.
§116.435
Doors.
§116.438
Stairtowers, stairways, ladders, and elevators.
§116.439
Balconies.
§116.440
Atriums.
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Subpart E—ESCAPE AND EMBARKATION STATION REQUIREMENTS

§116.500
Means of escape.
§116.510
Embarkation stations.
§116.520
Emergency evacuation plan.
§116.530
Fire control plan.
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Subpart F—VENTILATION

§116.600
Ventilation of enclosed and partially enclosed spaces.
§116.610
Ventilation ducts.
§116.620
Ventilation of machinery and fuel tank spaces.
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Subpart G—CREW SPACES

§116.700
General requirements.
§116.710
Overnight accommodations.
§116.730
Crew accommodations on vessels of more than 19.8 meters (65 feet) in length with overnight accommodations for more than 49 passengers.
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Subpart H—PASSENGER ACCOMMODATIONS

§116.800
General requirements.
§116.810
Overnight accommodations.
§116.820
Seating.
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Subpart I—RAILS AND GUARDS

§116.900
Deck rails.
§116.920
Storm rails.
§116.940
Guards in vehicle spaces.
§116.960
Guards for exposed hazards.
§116.970
Protection against hot piping.
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Subpart J—WINDOW CONSTRUCTION AND VISIBILITY

§116.1010
Safety glazing materials.
§116.1020
Strength.
§116.1030
Operating station visibility.
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Subpart K—DRAINAGE AND WATERTIGHT INTEGRITY OF WEATHER DECKS

§116.1110
Drainage of flush deck vessels.
§116.1120
Drainage of cockpit vessels, well deck vessels, and open boats.
§116.1160
Watertight integrity.
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Subpart L—BALLAST SYSTEMS

§116.1200
Ballast.


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