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Title 46Chapter ISubchapter RPart 169


TITLE 46—Shipping

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

SUBCHAPTER R—NAUTICAL SCHOOLS

PART 169—SAILING SCHOOL VESSELS

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Subpart 169.100—GENERAL PROVISIONS

§169.101
Purpose; preemptive effect.
§169.103
Applicability.
§169.107
Definitions.
§169.109
Equivalents.
§169.111
Administrative procedures.
§169.112
Special consideration.
§169.113
Right of appeal.
§169.115
Incorporation by reference.
§169.117
OMB control numbers.
§169.119
Vessel status.
§169.121
Loadlines.
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Subpart 169.200—INSPECTION AND CERTIFICATION

Certificate of Inspection

§169.201
When required.
§169.203
Description.
§169.205
Obtaining or renewing a Certificate of Inspection.
§169.207
Period of validity for a Certificate of Inspection.
§169.209
Routes permitted.
§169.211
Permit to proceed for repair.
§169.213
Permit to carry excursion party.
§169.215
Certificate of inspection amendment.
§169.217
Posting.

Letter of Designation

§169.218
Procedures for designating sailing school vessels.
§169.219
Renewal of letter of designation.

Inspection for Certification

§169.220
General.
§169.221
Initial inspection for certification.
§169.222
Scope of inspection for certification.
§169.223
Subsequent inspections for certification.

Reinspection

§169.225
Annual inspection.
§169.226
Periodic inspection.
§169.227
Certificate of Inspection: Conditions of validity.

Drydocking or Hauling Out

§169.229
Drydock examination, internal structural examination, and underwater survey intervals.
§169.230
Underwater Survey in Lieu of Drydocking (UWILD).
§169.231
Definitions relating to hull examinations.
§169.233
Notice and plans required.
§169.234
Integral fuel oil tank examinations.

Repairs and Alterations

§169.235
Permission required.
§169.236
Inspection and testing required.

Inspections

§169.237
Inspection standards.
§169.239
Hull.
§169.241
Machinery.
§169.243
Electrical.
§169.245
Lifesaving equipment.
§169.247
Firefighting equipment.
§169.249
Pressure vessels.
§169.251
Steering apparatus.
§169.253
Miscellaneous systems and equipment.
§169.255
Sanitary inspection.
§169.257
Unsafe practices.
§169.259
Limitations of inspections.
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Subpart 169.300—CONSTRUCTION AND ARRANGEMENT

Plans

§169.305
Plans required.
§169.307
Plans for sister vessels.

Hull Structure

§169.309
Structural standards.
§169.311
Fire protection.
§169.313
Means of escape.
§169.315
Ventilation (other than machinery spaces).

Living Spaces

§169.317
Accommodations.
§169.319
Washrooms and toilets.
§169.323
Furniture and furnishings.

Rails and Guards

§169.327
Deck rails.
§169.329
Storm rails.
§169.331
Guards in hazardous locations.
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Subpart 169.400—WATERTIGHT INTEGRITY, SUBDIVISION, AND STABILITY

§169.401
Applicability.
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Subpart 169.500—LIFESAVING AND FIREFIGHTING EQUIPMENT

Lifesaving Equipment—General

§169.505
Equipment installed but not required.
§169.507
Responsibility of master.
§169.509
Approval for repairs and alterations.

Primary Lifesaving Equipment

§169.513
Types of primary equipment.
§169.515
Number required.
§169.517
Rescue boat.
§169.519
Availability.
§169.521
Stowage.

Equipment for Primary Lifesaving Apparatus

§169.525
General.
§169.527
Required equipment for lifeboats.
§169.529
Description of lifeboat equipment.
§169.535
Required equipment for lifefloats.
§169.537
Description of equipment for lifefloats.

Personal Flotation Devices

§169.539
Type required.
§169.541
Number required.
§169.543
Distribution and stowage.
§169.545
Markings.

Additional Lifesaving Equipment

§169.549
Ring lifebuoys and water lights.
§169.551
Exposure suits.
§169.553
Pyrotechnic distress signals.
§169.555
Emergency position indicating radio beacon (EPIRB).
§169.556
Work vests.

Firefighting Equipment

§169.559
Fire pumps.
§169.561
Firemain.
§169.563
Firehose.
§169.564
Fixed extinguishing system, general.
§169.565
Fixed carbon dioxide system.
§169.567
Portable extinguishers.
§169.569
Fire axes.
§169.570
Lockout valves.
§169.571
Odorizing units.
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Subpart 169.600—MACHINERY AND ELECTRICAL

§169.601
General.

Internal Combustion Engine Installations

§169.605
General.
§169.607
Keel cooler installations.
§169.608
Non-integral keel cooler installations
§169.609
Exhaust systems.
§169.611
Carburetors.

Fuel Systems

§169.613
Gasoline fuel systems.
§169.615
Diesel fuel systems.

Steering Systems

§169.618
General.
§169.619
Reliability.
§169.621
Communications.
§169.622
Rudder angle indicators.
§169.623
Power-driven steering systems.

Ventilation

§169.625
Compartments containing diesel machinery.
§169.627
Compartments containing diesel fuel tanks.
§169.629
Compartments containing gasoline machinery or fuel tanks.
§169.631
Separation of machinery and fuel tank spaces from accommodation spaces.

Piping Systems

§169.640
General.
§169.642
Vital systems.

Bilge Systems

§169.650
General.
§169.652
Bilge piping.
§169.654
Bilge pumps.

Electrical

§169.662
Hazardous locations.

Electrical Installations Operating at Potentials of Less Than 50 Volts on Vessels of Less Than 100 Gross Tons

§169.664
Applicability.
§169.665
Name plates.
§169.666
Generators and motors.
§169.667
Switchboards.
§169.668
Batteries.
§169.669
Radiotelephone equipment.
§169.670
Circuit breakers.
§169.671
Accessories.
§169.672
Wiring for power and lighting circuits.
§169.673
Installation of wiring for power and lighting circuits.

Electrical Installations Operating at Potentials of 50 Volts or More on Vessels of Less Than 100 Gross Tons

§169.674
Applicability.
§169.675
Generators and motors.
§169.676
Grounded electrical systems.
§169.677
Equipment protection and enclosure.
§169.678
Main distribution panels and switchboards.
§169.679
Wiring for power and lighting circuits.
§169.680
Installation of wiring for power and lighting circuits.
§169.681
Disconnect switches and devices.
§169.682
Distribution and circuit loads.
§169.683
Overcurrent protection, general.
§169.684
Overcurrent protection for motors and motor branch circuits.
§169.685
Electric heating and cooking equipment.
§169.686
Shore power.

Electrical Installations on Vessels of 100 Gross Tons and Over

§169.687
General.
§169.688
Power supply.
§169.689
Demand loads.
§169.690
Lighting branch circuits.
§169.691
Navigation lights.
§169.692
Remote stop stations.
§169.693
Engine order telegraph systems.
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Subpart 169.700—VESSEL CONTROL, MISCELLANEOUS SYSTEMS, AND EQUIPMENT

§169.703
Cooking and heating.
§169.705
Mooring equipment.
§169.709
Compass.
§169.711
Emergency lighting.
§169.713
Engineroom communication system.
§169.715
Radio.
§169.717
Fireman's outfit.
§169.721
Storm sails and halyards (exposed and partially protected waters only).
§169.723
Safety belts.
§169.725
First aid kit.
§169.726
Radar reflector.

Markings

§169.730
General alarm bell switch.
§169.731
General alarm bells.
§169.732
Carbon dioxide and clean agent alarms.
§169.733
Fire extinguishing branch lines.
§169.734
Fire extinguishing system controls.
§169.735
Fire hose stations.
§169.736
Self-contained breathing apparatus.
§169.737
Hand portable fire extinguishers.
§169.738
Emergency lights.
§169.739
Lifeboats.
§169.740
Liferafts and lifefloats.
§169.741
Personal flotation devices and ring life buoys.
§169.743
Portable magazine chests.
§169.744
Emergency position indicating radio beacon (EPIRB).
§169.745
Escape hatches and emergency exits.
§169.746
Fuel shutoff valves.
§169.747
Watertight doors and hatches.
§169.750
Radio call sign.
§169.755
Draft marks and draft indicating systems.
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Subpart 169.800—OPERATIONS

§169.805
Exhibition of merchant mariner credentials.
§169.807
Notice of casualty.
§169.809
Charts and nautical publications.
§169.813
Station bills.
§169.815
Emergency signals.
§169.817
Master to instruct ship's company.
§169.819
Manning of lifeboats and liferafts.
§169.821
Patrol person.
§169.823
Openings.
§169.824
Compliance with provisions of certificate of inspection.
§169.825
Wearing of safety belts.

Tests, Drills, and Inspections

§169.826
Steering, communications and control.
§169.827
Hatches and other openings.
§169.829
Emergency lighting and power systems.
§169.831
Emergency position indicating radio beacon (EPIRB).
§169.833
Fire and boat drills.
§169.837
Lifeboats, liferafts, and lifefloats.
§169.839
Firefighting equipment.
§169.840
Verification of vessel compliance with applicable stability requirements.
§169.841
Logbook entries.
§169.847
Lookouts.
§169.849
Posting placards containing instructions for launching and inflating inflatable liferafts.
§169.853
Display of plans.
§169.855
Pre-underway training.
§169.857
Disclosure of safety standards.


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