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Title 46Chapter ISubchapter IPart 91


TITLE 46—Shipping

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

SUBCHAPTER I—CARGO AND MISCELLANEOUS VESSELS

PART 91—INSPECTION AND CERTIFICATION

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Subpart 91.01—GENERAL PROVISIONS; CERTIFICATE OF INSPECTION

§91.01-1
Preemptive effect.
§91.01-2
When required.
§91.01-5
Posting.
§91.01-10
Period of validity for a Certificate of Inspection.
§91.01-15
Temporary certificate.
§91.01-20
Expired certificate.
§91.01-25
Emergency carriage of more than 16 persons in addition to the crew on vessels not engaged in international voyages.
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Subpart 91.05—PERMIT TO PROCEED TO ANOTHER PORT FOR REPAIR

§91.05-1
When issued.
§91.05-5
To whom issued.
§91.05-10
Conditions of permit.
§91.05-15
Posting.
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Subpart 91.15—INSPECTION OF VESSELS

§91.15-1
Standards in inspection of hulls, boilers, and machinery.
§91.15-5
Alternate compliance.
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Subpart 91.20—INITIAL INSPECTION

§91.20-1
Prerequisite of certificate of inspection.
§91.20-5
When made.
§91.20-10
Plans.
§91.20-15
Scope of inspection.
§91.20-20
Specific tests and inspections.
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Subpart 91.25—INSPECTION FOR CERTIFICATION

§91.25-1
Prerequisite of reissuance of certificate of inspection.
§91.25-5
Application for a Certificate of Inspection.
§91.25-7
Incorporation by reference.
§91.25-10
Scope of inspection.
§91.25-15
Lifesaving equipment.
§91.25-20
Fire extinguishing equipment.
§91.25-25
Hull equipment.
§91.25-30
Electrical engineering equipment.
§91.25-35
Marine engineering equipment.
§91.25-37
Tanks containing dangerous cargoes.
§91.25-38
Pollution prevention.
§91.25-40
Sanitary inspection.
§91.25-45
Fire hazards.
§91.25-50
Inspector not limited.
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Subpart 91.27—ANNUAL AND PERIODIC INSPECTIONS

§91.27-1
Annual and periodic inspections.
§91.27-5
Certificate of Inspection: Conditions of validity.
§91.27-13
Alternative annual inspection for offshore supply vessels less than 400 gross tons in foreign ports.
§91.27-15
Inspectors not limited.
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Subpart 91.30—INSPECTION AFTER ACCIDENT

§91.30-1
General or partial survey.
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Subpart 91.35—SANITARY INSPECTIONS

§91.35-1
When made.
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Subpart 91.40—DRYDOCKING

§91.40-1
Definitions relating to hull examinations.
§91.40-3
Drydock examination, internal structural examination, cargo tank internal examination, and underwater survey intervals.
§91.40-5
Notice and plans required.
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Subpart 91.43—INTEGRAL FUEL OIL TANK EXAMINATIONS

§91.43-1
When required.
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Subpart 91.45—REPAIRS AND ALTERATIONS

§91.45-1
Notice required.
§91.45-5
Inspection required.
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Subpart 91.50—SPECIAL OPERATING REQUIREMENTS

§91.50-1
Inspection and testing required when making alterations, repairs, or other such operations involving riveting, welding, burning or like fire-producing actions.
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Subpart 91.55—PLAN APPROVAL

§91.55-1
General.
§91.55-5
Plans and specifications required for new construction.
§91.55-10
Plans required for alterations of existing vessels.
§91.55-15
Procedure for submittal of plans.
§91.55-20
Number of plans required.
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Subpart 91.60—CERTIFICATES UNDER INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION FOR SAFETY OF LIFE AT SEA, 1974

§91.60-1
Application.
§91.60-5
Cargo Ship Safety Construction Certificate.
§91.60-10
Cargo Ship Safety Equipment Certificate.
§91.60-15
Cargo Ship Safety Radio Certificate.
§91.60-25
Exemption Certificate.
§91.60-30
Safety Management Certificate.
§91.60-35
Availability of Certificates.
§91.60-40
Duration of Convention certificates.
§91.60-45
American Bureau of Shipping.

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