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e-CFR data is current as of November 15, 2019

Title 46Chapter ISubchapter TPart 185


TITLE 46—Shipping

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

SUBCHAPTER T—SMALL PASSENGER VESSELS (UNDER 100 GROSS TONS)

PART 185—OPERATIONS

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Subpart A—GENERAL PROVISIONS

§185.100
General requirement.
§185.115
Applicability; preemptive effect.
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Subpart B—MARINE CASUALTIES AND VOYAGE RECORDS

§185.202
Notice of casualty.
§185.203
Notice of hazardous conditions.
§185.206
Written report of marine casualty.
§185.208
Accidents to machinery.
§185.210
Alcohol or drug use by individuals directly involved in casualties.
§185.212
Mandatory chemical testing following serious marine incidents.
§185.220
Records of a voyage resulting in a marine casualty.
§185.230
Report of accident to aid to navigation.
§185.260
Reports of potential vessel casualty.
§185.280
Official Logbook for foreign voyages.
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Subpart C—MISCELLANEOUS OPERATING REQUIREMENTS

§185.304
Navigation underway.
§185.315
Verification of vessel compliance with applicable stability requirements.
§185.320
Steering gear, controls, and communication system tests.
§185.330
Hatches and other openings.
§185.335
Loading doors.
§185.340
Vessels carrying vehicles.
§185.350
Fueling of vessels using fuel having a flash point of 43.3   °C (110   °F) or lower (such as gasoline).
§185.352
Ventilation of gasoline machinery spaces.
§185.356
Carriage of hazardous materials.
§185.360
Use of auto pilot.
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Subpart D—CREW REQUIREMENTS

§185.402
Officers.
§185.410
Watchmen.
§185.420
Crew training.
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Subpart E—PREPARATIONS FOR EMERGENCIES

§185.502
Crew and passenger list.
§185.503
Voyage plan.
§185.504
Passenger count.
§185.506
Passenger safety orientation.
§185.508
Wearing of life jackets.
§185.510
Emergency instructions.
§185.512
Recommended emergency instructions format.
§185.514
Station bill.
§185.516
Life jacket placards.
§185.518
Inflatable survival craft placards.
§185.520
Abandon ship and man overboard drills and training.
§185.524
Fire fighting drills and training.
§185.530
Responsibilities of licensed individuals.
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Subpart F—MARKINGS REQUIRED

§185.602
Hull markings.
§185.604
Lifesaving equipment markings.
§185.606
Escape hatches and emergency exits.
§185.608
Fuel shutoff valves.
§185.610
Watertight doors and watertight hatches.
§185.612
Fire protection equipment.
§185.614
Portable watertight containers for distress flares and smoke signals.
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Subpart G—OPERATIONAL READINESS, MAINTENANCE, AND INSPECTION OF LIFESAVING EQUIPMENT

§185.700
Operational readiness.
§185.702
Maintenance.
§185.704
Maintenance of falls.
§185.720
Weekly maintenance and inspections.
§185.722
Monthly inspections.
§185.724
Quarterly inspections.
§185.726
Annual inspections.
§185.728
Testing and servicing of Emergency Position Indicating Radiobeacons (EPIRB).
§185.730
Servicing of inflatable liferafts, inflatable buoyant apparatus, inflatable life jackets, and inflated rescue boats.
§185.740
Periodic servicing of hydrostatic release units.
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Subpart H—PENALTIES

§185.900
Penalty for violations.
§185.910
Suspension and revocation.

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