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Title 33Chapter ISubchapter IPart 110Subpart B → §110.130


Title 33: Navigation and Navigable Waters
PART 110—ANCHORAGE REGULATIONS
Subpart B—Anchorage Grounds


§110.130   Bar Harbor, Maine.

(a) Anchorage grounds. (1) Anchorage “A” is that portion of Frenchman Bay, Bar Harbor, ME enclosed by a rhumb line connecting the following points:

Latitude Longitude
44°2343 N068°1200 W; thence to
44°2352 N068°1122 W; thence to
44°2323 N068°1059 W; thence to
44°2305 N068°1132 W; returning to start.

(2) Anchorage “B” is that portion of Frenchman Bay, Bar Harbor, ME enclosed by a rhumb line connecting the following points:

Latitude Longitude
44°2433 N068°1309 W; thence to
44°2442 N068°1147 W; thence to copied
44°2411 N068°1141 W; thence to
44°2402 N068°1303 W; returning to start.

(b) Regulations. (1) Anchorage A is a general anchorage ground reserved for passenger vessels, small commercial vessels and pleasure craft. Anchorage B is a general anchorage ground reserved primarily for passenger vessels 200 feet and greater.

(2) These anchorage grounds are authorized for use year round.

(3) Temporary floats or buoys for marking anchors will be allowed in all anchorage areas.

(4) Fixed moorings, piles or stakes are prohibited.

(5) Any vessels anchored in this area shall be capable of moving and when ordered to move by the Captain of the Port shall do so with reasonable promptness.

(6) The anchoring of vessels is under the coordination of the local Harbormaster.

[CGD-01-02-027, 67 FR 68518, Nov. 12, 2002]

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