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e-CFR data is current as of November 14, 2019

Title 46Chapter ISubchapter RPart 167


TITLE 46—Shipping

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

SUBCHAPTER R—NAUTICAL SCHOOLS

PART 167—PUBLIC NAUTICAL SCHOOL SHIPS

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Subpart 167.01—GENERAL PROVISIONS

§167.01-1
Basis and purpose of part.
§167.01-5
Applicability; preemptive effect.
§167.01-7
Ocean or unlimited coastwise vessels on inland and Great Lakes routes.
§167.01-8
Inspection of school ships using gross tonnage criterion.
§167.01-10
Effective date of regulations.
§167.01-15
Specifications for articles or materials.
§167.01-20
OMB control numbers assigned pursuant to the Paperwork Reduction Act.
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Subpart 167.05—DEFINITIONS

§167.05-1
Definition of terms.
§167.05-5
Approved.
§167.05-10
Commandant.
§167.05-15
Coast Guard District Commander.
§167.05-20
Marine inspector or inspector.
§167.05-25
Nautical school ship.
§167.05-30
Officer in Charge, Marine Inspection.
§167.05-35
Public nautical school.
§167.05-40
Underwater survey.
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Subpart 167.10—ENFORCEMENT AND RIGHT OF APPEAL

§167.10-1
Enforcement.
§167.10-50
Right of appeal.
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Subpart 167.15—INSPECTIONS

§167.15-1
Inspections required.
§167.15-5
Authority of marine inspectors.
§167.15-10
Application for annual inspection.
§167.15-15
Application for inspection of a new nautical school ship or a conversion of a vessel to a nautical school ship.
§167.15-20
Inspections of nautical school ships.
§167.15-25
Inspection standards for hulls, boilers and machinery.
§167.15-27
Definitions relating to hull examinations.
§167.15-28
Inspection of lifesaving appliances and arrangements.
§167.15-30
Drydock examination, internal structural examination, and underwater survey intervals.
§167.15-33
Underwater Survey in Lieu of Drydocking (UWILD).
§167.15-35
Notice and plans required.
§167.15-40
Integral fuel oil tank examinations—T/ALL.
§167.15-50
Tailshaft examinations.
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Subpart 167.20—HULL REQUIREMENTS, CONSTRUCTION AND ARRANGEMENT OF NAUTICAL SCHOOL SHIPS

§167.20-1
Construction.
§167.20-7
Subdivision and stability.
§167.20-10
Means of escape.
§167.20-15
Scupper, sanitary and similar discharges.
§167.20-17
Bilge pumps, bilge piping and sounding arrangements.
§167.20-35
Liquid ballast.
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Subpart 167.25—MARINE ENGINEERING

§167.25-1
Boilers, pressure vessels, piping and appurtenances.
§167.25-5
Inspection of boilers, pressure vessels, piping and appurtenances.
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Subpart 167.30—REPAIRS OR ALTERATIONS

§167.30-1
Notice of repairs or alterations required.
§167.30-5
Proceeding to another port for repairs.
§167.30-10
Special operating requirements.
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Subpart 167.35—LIFESAVING EQUIPMENT

§167.35-1
General.
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Subpart 167.40—CERTAIN EQUIPMENT REQUIREMENTS

§167.40-1
Electrical installations.
§167.40-5
Alarm bells.
§167.40-7
Voice tubes, telephone, and telegraph systems.
§167.40-20
Deep-sea sounding apparatus.
§167.40-25
Signaling lamp.
§167.40-30
Guards and rails.
§167.40-40
Radar.
§167.40-45
Magnetic compass and gyrocompass.
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Subpart 167.43—WORK VESTS

§167.43-1
Application.
§167.43-5
Approved types of work vests.
§167.43-10
Use.
§167.43-15
Shipboard stowage.
§167.43-20
Shipboard inspections.
§167.43-25
Additional requirements for hybrid work vests.
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Subpart 167.45—SPECIAL FIREFIGHTING AND FIRE PREVENTION REQUIREMENTS

§167.45-1
Steam, carbon dioxide, Halon 1301, and clean agent fire extinguishing systems.
§167.45-5
Steam fire pumps or their equivalent.
§167.45-10
Couplings on fire hose.
§167.45-15
Capacity of pipes and hose.
§167.45-20
Examination and testing of pumps and fire-extinguishing equipment.
§167.45-25
Fire mains and hose connections.
§167.45-30
Use of approved fire-fighting equipment.
§167.45-40
Fire-fighting equipment on nautical school ships using oil as fuel.
§167.45-45
Carbon dioxide fire extinguishing system requirements.
§167.45-50
Foam smothering system requirements.
§167.45-60
Emergency breathing apparatus and flame safety lamps.
§167.45-65
Portable fire extinguishers in accommodation spaces.
§167.45-70
Portable fire extinguishers, general requirements.
§167.45-75
Fire extinguishers for emergency powerplants.
§167.45-80
Fire axes.
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Subpart 167.50—ACCOMMODATIONS

§167.50-1
Hospital accommodations.
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Subpart 167.55—SPECIAL MARKINGS REQUIRED

§167.55-1
Draft marks and draft indicating systems.
§167.55-5
Marking of fire and emergency equipment.
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Subpart 167.60—CERTIFICATES OF INSPECTION

§167.60-1
Issuance by Officer in Charge, Marine Inspection.
§167.60-5
Period of time for which valid.
§167.60-10
Exhibition of certificate of inspection.
§167.60-15
Manning and persons allowed to be carried.
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Subpart 167.65—SPECIAL OPERATING REQUIREMENTS

§167.65-1
Emergency training, musters, and drills.
§167.65-5
Flashing the rays of a searchlight or other blinding light.
§167.65-15
Routing instructions; strict compliance with.
§167.65-20
Unnecessary whistling.
§167.65-25
Steering gear tests.
§167.65-35
Use of auto pilot.
§167.65-38
Loading doors.
§167.65-40
Draft.
§167.65-42
Verification of vessel compliance with applicable stability requirements.
§167.65-45
Notice to mariners; aids to navigation.
§167.65-50
Posting placards of lifesaving signals.
§167.65-60
Examination of boilers and machinery by engineer.
§167.65-65
Notice and reporting of casualty and voyage records.
§167.65-70
Reports of accidents, repairs, and unsafe boilers and machinery by engineers.

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