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Title 46Chapter ISubchapter SPart 171


TITLE 46—Shipping

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

SUBCHAPTER S—SUBDIVISION AND STABILITY

PART 171—SPECIAL RULES PERTAINING TO VESSELS CARRYING PASSENGERS

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Subpart A—GENERAL

§171.001
Applicability.
§171.010
Definitions.
§171.012
Incorporation by reference.
§171.015
Location of margin line.
§171.017
One and two compartment standards of flooding.
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Subpart B—INTACT STABILITY

§171.045
Weight of passengers and crew.
§171.050
Passenger heel requirements for a mechanically propelled or a non-self propelled vessel.
§171.052
Passenger heel requirements for pontoon vessels.
§171.055
Intact stability requirements for a monohull sailing vessel or a monohull auxiliary sailing vessel.
§171.057
Intact stability requirements for a sailing catamaran.
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Subpart C—SUBDIVISION AND DAMAGE STABILITY

§171.060
Watertight subdivision: General.
§171.065
Subdivision requirements—      Type I.
§171.066
Calculation of permeability for Type I subdivision.
§171.067
Treatment of stepped and recessed bulkheads in Type I subdivision.
§171.068
Special considerations for Type I subdivision for vessels on short international voyages.
§171.070
Subdivision requirements—Type II.
§171.072
Calculation of permeability for Type II subdivision.
§171.073
Treatment of stepped and recessed bulkheads in Type II subdivision.
§171.075
[Reserved]
§171.080
Damage stability standards for vessels with Type I or Type II subdivision.
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Subpart D—ADDITIONAL SUBDIVISION REQUIREMENTS

§171.085
Collision bulkhead.
§171.090
Aft peak bulkhead.
§171.095
Machinery space bulkhead.
§171.100
Shaft tunnels and stern tubes.
§171.105
Double bottoms.
§171.106
Wells in double bottoms.
§171.108
Manholes in double bottoms.
§171.109
Watertight floors in double bottoms.
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Subpart E—PENETRATIONS AND OPENINGS IN WATERTIGHT BULKHEADS

§171.110
Specific applicability.
§171.111
Penetrations and openings in watertight bulkheads in vessels of 100 gross tons or more.
§171.112
Watertight door openings.
§171.113
Trunks.
§171.114
Penetrations and openings in watertight bulkheads in a vessel less than a 100 gross tons.
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Subpart F—OPENINGS IN THE SIDE OF A VESSEL BELOW THE BULKHEAD OR WEATHER DECK

§171.115
Specific applicability.
§171.116
Port lights.
§171.117
Dead covers.
§171.118
Automatic ventilators and side ports.
§171.119
Openings below the weather deck in the side of a vessel less than 100 gross tons.
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Subpart G—WATERTIGHT INTEGRITY ABOVE THE MARGIN LINE

§171.120
Specific applicability.
§171.122
Watertight integrity above the margin line in a vessel of 100 gross tons or more.
§171.124
Watertight integrity above the margin line in a vessel less than 100 gross tons.
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Subpart H—DRAINAGE OF WEATHER DECKS

§171.130
Specific applicability.
§171.135
Weather deck drainage on a vessel of 100 gross tons or more.
§171.140
Drainage of a flush deck vessel.
§171.145
Drainage of a vessel with a cockpit.
§171.150
Drainage of a vessel with a well deck.
§171.155
Drainage of an open boat.


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