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TITLE 46—Shipping

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

SUBCHAPTER E—LOAD LINES

PART 42—DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN VOYAGES BY SEA

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Subpart 42.01—AUTHORITY AND PURPOSE

§42.01-1
Authority for regulations.
§42.01-5
OMB control numbers assigned pursuant to the Paperwork Reduction Act.
§42.01-10
Purpose of regulations.
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Subpart 42.03—APPLICATION

§42.03-5
U.S.-flag vessels subject to the requirements of this subchapter.
§42.03-10
Foreign vessels subject to this subchapter.
§42.03-15
The Great Lakes of North America.
§42.03-17
Special load line marks for vessels carrying timber deck cargo.
§42.03-20
Equivalents.
§42.03-25
Experimental installations.
§42.03-30
Exemptions for vessels.
§42.03-35
U.S.-flag vessels and Canadian vessels navigating on sheltered waters of Puget Sound and contiguous west coast waters of United States and Canada.
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Subpart 42.05—DEFINITION OF TERMS USED IN THIS SUBCHAPTER

§42.05-1
Approved.
§42.05-10
Assigning authority.
§42.05-20
Commandant.
§42.05-25
Coast Guard District Commander or District Commander.
§42.05-27
Credential.
§42.05-30
Existing vessel.
§42.05-40
Great Lakes.
§42.05-45
International voyage.
§42.05-47
Marine inspector or inspector.
§42.05-50
New vessel.
§42.05-55
Officer in Charge, Marine Inspection.
§42.05-60
Recognized classification society.
§42.05-63
Ship(s) and vessel(s).
§42.05-65
Surveyor.
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Subpart 42.07—CONTROL, ENFORCEMENT, AND RIGHTS OF APPEAL

§42.07-1
Load lines required.
§42.07-5
Marks placed on vessel to indicate load lines.
§42.07-10
Submergence of load line marks.
§42.07-15
Zones and seasonal areas.
§42.07-20
Logbook entries.
§42.07-25
Approval of the Commandant.
§42.07-30
Approval of the assigning authority.
§42.07-35
American Bureau of Shipping as an assigning authority.
§42.07-40
Recognized classification society as an assigning authority.
§42.07-43
Change in assigning authority.
§42.07-45
Load line certificates.
§42.07-50
Penalties for violations.
§42.07-55
Cancellation of load line certificates or exemption certificates.
§42.07-60
Control.
§42.07-75
Right of appeal.
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Subpart 42.09—LOAD LINE ASSIGNMENTS AND SURVEYS—GENERAL REQUIREMENTS

§42.09-1
Assignment of load lines.
§42.09-5
All vessels—division into types.
§42.09-10
Stability, subdivision, and strength.
§42.09-15
Surveys by the American Bureau of Shipping or assigning authority.
§42.09-20
Surveys of foreign vessels.
§42.09-25
Initial or periodic survey requirements for all vessels.
§42.09-30
Additional survey requirements for steel-hull vessels.
§42.09-35
Additional survey requirements for wood-hull vessels.
§42.09-40
Annual surveys.
§42.09-45
Correction of deficiencies.
§42.09-50
Repairs or alterations to vessel after it has been surveyed.
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Subpart 42.11—APPLICATIONS FOR LOAD LINE ASSIGNMENTS, SURVEYS, AND CERTIFICATES

§42.11-1
General.
§42.11-5
Applications for load line assignments, surveys, and certificates for U.S.-flag vessels.
§42.11-10
Applications for load line assignments and certificates for vessels other than U.S.-flag vessels.
§42.11-15
Application for timber load lines.
§42.11-20
Application for annual survey.
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Subpart 42.13—GENERAL RULES FOR DETERMINING LOAD LINES

§42.13-1
Assumptions.
§42.13-5
Strength of vessel.
§42.13-10
Freeboards assigned vessels.
§42.13-15
Definitions of terms.
§42.13-20
Deck line.
§42.13-25
Load line mark.
§42.13-30
Lines to be used with the load line mark.
§42.13-35
Mark of assigning authority.
§42.13-40
Details of marking.
§42.13-45
Verification of marks.
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Subpart 42.15—CONDITIONS OF ASSIGNMENT OF FREEBOARD

§42.15-1
Information to be supplied to the master.
§42.15-5
Superstructure end bulkheads.
§42.15-10
Doors.
§42.15-15
Positions of hatchways, doorways and ventilators.
§42.15-20
Cargo and other hatchways.
§42.15-25
Hatchways closed by portable covers and secured weathertight by tarpaulins and battening devices.
§42.15-30
Hatchways closed by weathertight covers of steel or other equivalent material fitted with gaskets and clamping devices.
§42.15-35
Machinery space openings.
§42.15-40
Miscellaneous openings in freeboard and superstructure decks.
§42.15-45
Ventilators.
§42.15-50
Air pipes.
§42.15-55
Cargo ports and other similar openings.
§42.15-60
Scuppers, inlets, and discharges.
§42.15-65
Side scuttles.
§42.15-70
Freeing ports.
§42.15-75
Protection of the crew.
§42.15-80
Special conditions of assignment for Type “A” vessels.
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Subpart 42.20—FREEBOARDS

§42.20-3
Freeboard assignment: Type “A” vessels.
§42.20-5
Freeboard assignment: Type “B” vessels.
§42.20-6
Flooding standard: Type “A” vessels.
§42.20-7
Flooding standard: Type “B” vessel, 60 percent reduction.
§42.20-8
Flooding standard: Type “B” vessel, 100 percent reduction.
§42.20-9
Initial conditions of loading.
§42.20-10
Free surface.
§42.20-11
Extent of damage.
§42.20-12
Conditions of equilibrium.
§42.20-13
Vessels without means of propulsion.
§42.20-15
Freeboard tables.
§42.20-20
Correction to the freeboard for vessels under 328 feet in length.
§42.20-25
Correction for block coefficient.
§42.20-30
Correction for depth.
§42.20-35
Correction for position of deck line.
§42.20-40
Standard height of superstructure.
§42.20-45
Length of superstructure.
§42.20-50
Effective length of superstructure.
§42.20-55
Trunks.
§42.20-60
Deduction for superstructures and trunks.
§42.20-65
Sheer.
§42.20-70
Minimum bow height.
§42.20-75
Minimum freeboards.
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Subpart 42.25—SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS FOR VESSELS ASSIGNED TIMBER FREEBOARDS

§42.25-1
Application of this subpart.
§42.25-5
Definitions of terms used in this subpart.
§42.25-10
Construction of vessel.
§42.25-15
Stowage.
§42.25-20
Computation for freeboard.
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Subpart 42.30—ZONES, AREAS, AND SEASONAL PERIODS

§42.30-1
Basis.
§42.30-5
Northern Winter Seasonal Zones and area.
§42.30-10
Southern Winter Seasonal Zone.
§42.30-15
Tropical Zone.
§42.30-20
Seasonal Tropical Areas.
§42.30-25
Summer Zones.
§42.30-30
Enclosed seas.
§42.30-35
The Winter North Atlantic Load Line.
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Subpart 42.50—LOAD LINE CERTIFICATES—MODEL FORMS

§42.50-1
General.
§42.50-5
International load line certificates.
§42.50-10
Load line certificates for nonadherent foreign flag vessels.
§42.50-15
Coastwise load line certificates for U.S.-flag vessels.


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