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e-CFR data is current as of November 19, 2019

Title 46Chapter ISubchapter MPart 144


TITLE 46—Shipping

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

SUBCHAPTER M—TOWING VESSELS

PART 144—CONSTRUCTION AND ARRANGEMENT

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Subpart A—GENERAL

§144.100
Purpose.
§144.105
Applicability and delayed implementation.
§144.120
A classed vessel.
§144.125
A vessel with a load line.
§144.130
A vessel built to the International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea, 1974, as amended, requirements.
§144.135
Verification of compliance with design standards.
§144.140
Qualifications.
§144.145
Procedures for verification of compliance with design standards.
§144.155
Verification of compliance with design standards for a sister vessel.
§144.160
Marking.
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Subpart B—STRUCTURE

§144.200
Structural standards for an existing vessel.
§144.205
Structural standards for a new vessel.
§144.215
Special consideration.
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Subpart C—STABILITY AND WATERTIGHT INTEGRITY

§144.300
Stability standards for an existing vessel.
§144.305
Stability standards for a new vessel.
§144.310
Lifting requirements for a new vessel.
§144.315
Weight and moment history requirements for a vessel with approved lightweight characteristics.
§144.320
Watertight or weathertight integrity.
§144.330
Review of a vessel's watertight and weathertight integrity.
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Subpart D—FIRE PROTECTION

§144.400
Applicability.
§144.405
Fire hazards to be minimized.
§144.410
Separation of machinery and fuel tank spaces from accommodation spaces.
§144.415
Combustibles insulated from heated surfaces.
§144.425
Waste receptacles.
§144.430
Mattresses.
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Subpart E—EMERGENCY ESCAPE

§144.500
Means of escape.
§144.505
Location of escapes.
§144.510
Window as a means of escape.
§144.515
One means of escape required.
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Subpart F—VENTILATION

§144.600
Ventilation for accommodations.
§144.605
Means to stop fans and close openings.
§144.610
Ventilation in a vessel more than 65 feet in length.
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Subpart G—CREW SPACES

§144.700
General requirements.
§144.710
Overnight accommodations.
§144.720
Crew rest consideration.
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Subpart H—RAILS AND GUARDS

§144.800
Handrails and bulwarks.
§144.810
Storm rails.
§144.820
Guards in dangerous places.
§144.830
Protection against hot piping.
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Subpart I—VISIBILITY

§144.905
Operating station visibility.
§144.920
Window or portlight strength in a new vessel.

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