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Title 33Chapter ISubchapter PPart 160Subpart C → §160.206


Title 33: Navigation and Navigable Waters
PART 160—PORTS AND WATERWAYS SAFETY—GENERAL
Subpart C—Notification of Arrival, Hazardous Conditions, and Certain Dangerous Cargoes


§160.206   Information required in an NOA.

(a) Information required. With the exceptions noted in paragraph (b) of this section, each NOA must contain all of the information items specified in Table 160.206. Vessel owners and operators should protect any personal information they gather in preparing notices for transmittal to the National Vessel Movement Center (NVMC) to prevent unauthorized disclosure of that information.

Table 160.206—NOA Information Items

Required informationVessels
neither carrying CDC nor
controlling another vessel carrying CDC
Vessels
carrying CDC or controlling another vessel carrying CDC
(1) Vessel Information:
(i) Name;XX
(ii) Name of the registered owner;XX
(iii) Country of registry;XX
(iv) Call sign;XX
(v) International Maritime Organization (IMO) international number or, if vessel does not have an assigned IMO international number, substitute with official number;XX
(vi) Name of the operator;XX
(vii) Name of charterer;XX
(viii) Name of classification society or recognized organization;XX
(ix) Maritime Mobile Service Identity (MMSI) number, if applicable;XX
(x) Whether the vessel is 300 gross tons or less (yes or no); andXX
(xi) USCG Vessel Response Plan Control Number, if applicable.XX
(2) Voyage Information:
(i) Names of last five foreign ports or places visited;XX
(ii) Dates of arrival and departure for last five foreign ports or places visited;XX
(iii) For the port or place of the United States to be visited, list the name of the receiving facility, the port or place, the city, and the state;XX
(iv) For the port or place of the United States to be visited, the estimated date and time of arrival;XX
(v) For the port or place in the United States to be visited, the estimated date and time of departure;XX
(vi) The location (port or place and country) or position (latitude and longitude or waterway and mile marker) of the vessel at the time of reporting;XX
(vii) The name and telephone number of a 24-hour point of contact;XX
(viii) Whether the vessel's voyage time is less than 24 hours (yes or no);XX
(ix) Last port or place of departure; andXX
(x) Dates of arrival and departure for last port or place of departure.XX
(3) Cargo Information:
(i) A general description of cargo, other than CDC, on board the vessel (e.g., grain, container, oil, etc.);XX
(ii) Name of each CDC carried, including cargo UN number, if applicable; andX
(iii) Amount of each CDC carried.X
(4) Information for each Crewmember On Board:
(i) Full name;XX
(ii) Date of birth;XX
(iii) Nationality;XX
(iv) Passport* or mariner's document number (type of identification and number);XX
(v) Position or duties on the vessel; andXX
(vi) Where the crewmember embarked (list port or place and country).XX
(5) Information for each Person On Board in Addition to Crew:
(i) Full name;XX
(ii) Date of birth;XX
(iii) Nationality;XX
(iv) Passport number;* andXX
(v) Where the person embarked (list port or place and country).XX
(6) Operational condition of equipment required by 33 CFR part 164 of this chapter (see note to table):XX
(7) International Safety Management (ISM) Code Notice:
(i) The date of expiration for the company's Document of Compliance certificate that covers the vessel;XX
(ii) The date of expiration for the vessel's Safety Management Certificate; andXX
(iii) The name of the Flag Administration, or the recognized organization(s) representing the vessel Flag Administration, that issued those certificates.XX
(8) International Ship and Port Facility Security Code (ISPS) Notice:
(i) The date of issuance for the vessel's International Ship Security Certificate (ISSC), if any;XX
(ii) Whether the ISSC, if any, is an initial Interim ISSC, subsequent and consecutive Interim ISSC, or final ISSC;XX
(iii) Declaration that the approved ship security plan, if any, is being implemented;XX
(iv) If a subsequent and consecutive Interim ISSC, the reasons therefore;XX
(v) The name and 24-hour contact information for the Company Security Officer; andXX
(vi) The name of the Flag Administration or the recognized security organization(s) representing the vessel Flag Administration that issued the ISSC.XX

Note to Table 160.206. For items with an asterisk (*), see paragraph (b) of this section. Submitting a response for item 6 indicating that navigation equipment is not operating properly does not serve as notice to the District Commander, Captain of the Port, or Vessel Traffic Center, under 33 CFR 164.53.

(b) Exceptions. If a crewmember or person on board other than a crewmember is not required to carry a passport for travel, then passport information required in Table 160.206 by items (4)(iv) and (5) (iv) need not be provided for that person.

[80 FR 5331, Jan. 30, 2015]

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