Title 33 of the Code of Federal Regulations

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Title 33 is the portion of the Code of Federal Regulations that governs Navigation and Navigable Waters within the United States. It is available in digital or printed form.

Title 33 and Title 46 of the Code of Federal Regulations are usually consulted by Classification societies, engineering firms, deck officers on oceangoing vessels, and marine engineers.

It is divided into three chapters:

Chapter I

Part Title Comments
1 General provisions
2 Jurisdiction
3 Coast Guard areas, districts, marine inspection zones, and captain of the port zones
4 OMB control numbers assigned pursuant to the Paperwork Reduction Act
5 Coast Guard Auxiliary
6 Protection and security of vessels, harbors, and waterfront facilities
8 United States Coast Guard Reserve
13 Decorations, medals, ribbons and similar devices
17 United States Coast Guard general gift fund
19 Waivers of navigation and vessel inspection laws and regulations
20 Rules of practice, procedure, and evidence for formal administrative proceedings of the Coast Guard
23 Distinctive markings for Coast Guard vessels and aircraft
25 Claims
26 Vessel bridge-to-bridge radiotelephone regulations
27 Adjustment of civil monetary penalties for inflation
Index to Subchapter A--General
40 Cadets of the Coast Guard
45 Enlistment of personnel
49 Payment of amounts due mentally incompetent Coast Guard personnel
50 Coast Guard Retiring Review Board
51 Coast Guard Discharge Review Board
52 Board for Correction of Military Records of the Coast Guard
53 Coast Guard whistleblower protection
54 Allotments from active duty pay for certain support obligations
55 Child Development Services
Index to Subchapter B--Military Personnel
60 [Reserved]
62 United States aids to navigation system
64 Marking of structures, sunken vessels and other obstructions
66 Private aids to navigation
67 Aids to navigation on artificial islands and fixed structures
70 Interference with or damage to aids to navigation
72 Marine information
74 Charges for Coast Guard aids to navigation work
76 Sale and transfer of aids to navigation equipment
Index to Subchapter C--Aids to Navigation
80 COLREGS demarcation lines
81 72 COLREGS: Implementing Rules
82 72 COLREGS: Interpretative Rules
Index to Subchapter D--International Navigation Rules
84 Annex I: Positioning and technical details of lights and shapes
85 Annex II: Additional signals for fishing vessels fishing in close proximity
86 Annex III: Technical details of sound signal appliances
87 Annex IV: Distress signals
88 Annex V: Pilot rules
89 Inland navigation rules: implementing rules
90 Inland rules: Interpretative rules
Index to Subchapter E--Inland Navigation Rules
95 Operating a vessel while under the influence of alcohol or a dangerous drug
96 Rules for the safe operation of vessels and safety management systems
Index to Subchapter F--Vessel Operating Regulations
100 Safety of life on navigable waters
Index to Subchapter G--Regattas and Marine Parades
101 Maritime Security: General
102 Maritime Security: National maritime transportation security [Reserved]
103 Maritime security: Area maritime security
104 Maritime security: Vessels
105 Maritime security: Facilities
106 Marine Security: Outer Continental Shelf (OCS) facilities
107 National Vessel and Facility Control Measures and Limited Access Areas
Index to Subchapter H--General Maritime Security
109 General
110 Anchorage regulations
Index to Subchapter I--Anchorages
114 General
115 Bridge locations and clearances; administrative procedures
116 Alteration of unreasonably obstructive bridges
117 Drawbridge operation regulations
118 Bridge lighting and other signals
Index to Subchapter J--Bridges
120 Security of passenger vessels
Index to Subchapter K--Security of Vessels
125 Identification credentials for persons requiring access to waterfront facilities or vessels
126 Handling of dangerous cargo at waterfront facilities
127 Waterfront facilities handling liquefied natural gas and liquefied hazardous gas
128 Security of passenger terminals
Index to Subchapter L
133 Oil spill liability trust fund; State access
135 Offshore oil pollution compensation fund
136 Oil spill liability trust fund; claims procedures; designation of source; and advertisement
138 Financial responsibility for water pollution (vessels)
Index to Subchapter M
140 General
141 Personnel
142 Workplace safety and health
143 Design and equipment
144 Lifesaving appliances
145 Fire-fighting equipment
146 Operations
147 Safety zones
Index to Subchapter N
148 Deepwater ports: General
149 Deepwater ports: Design, construction, and equipment
150 Deepwater ports: Operations
Index to Subchapter NN
151 Vessels carrying oil, noxious liquid substances, garbage, municipal or commercial waste, and ballast water
153 Control of pollution by oil and hazardous substances, discharge removal
154 Facilities transferring oil or hazardous material in bulk
155 Oil or hazardous material pollution prevention regulations for vessels
156 Oil and hazardous material transfer operations
157 Rules for the protection of the marine environment relating to tank vessels carrying oil in bulk
158 Reception facilities for oil, noxious liquid substances, and garbage
159 Marine sanitation devices
Index to Subchapter O
160 Ports and waterways safety--general
161 Vessel traffic management
162 Inland waterways navigation regulations
163 Towing of barges
164 Navigation safety regulations
165 Regulated navigation areas and limited access areas
166 Shipping safety fairways
167 Offshore traffic separation schemes
168 Escort requirements for certain tankers
169 Ship reporting systems
Index to Subchapter P
173 Vessel numbering and casualty and accident reporting
174 State numbering and casualty reporting systems
175 Equipment requirements
177 Correction of especially hazardous conditions
179 Defect notification
181 Manufacturer requirements
183 Boats and associated equipment
184-186 [Reserved]
187 Vessel identification system
188-199 [Reserved]
Index to Subchapter S

Chapter II

Part Title Comments
203 Emergency employment of Army and other resources, natural disaster procedures
207 Navigation regulations
208 Flood control regulations
209 Administrative procedure
210 Procurement activities of the Corps of Engineers
211 Real estate activities of the Corps of Engineers in connection with civil works projects
214 Emergency supplies of drinking water
220 Design criteria for dam and lake projects
221 Work for others
222 Engineering and design
223 Boards, commissions, and committees
230 Procedures for implementing NEPA
236 Water resource policies and authorities: Corps of Engineers participation in improvements for environmental quality
238 Water resources policies and authorities: Flood damage reduction measures in urban areas
239 Water resources policies and authorities: Federal participation in covered flood control channels
240 General credit for flood control
241 Flood control cost-sharing requirements under the ability to pay provision
242 Flood Plain Management Services Program establishment of fees for cost recovery
245 Removal of wrecks and other obstructions
263 Continuing authorities programs
273 Aquatic plant control
274 Pest control program for civil works projects
276 Water resources policies and authorities: Application of section 134a of Public Law 94-587
277 Water resources policies and authorities: Navigation policy: Cost apportionment of bridge alterations
279 Resource use: Establishment of objectives
320 General regulatory policies
321 Permits for dams and dikes in navigable waters of the United States
322 Permits for structures or work in or affecting navigable waters of the United States
323 Permits for discharges of dredged or fill material into waters of the United States
324 Permits for ocean dumping of dredged material
325 Processing of Department of the Army permits
326 Enforcement
327 Public hearings
328 Definition of waters of the United States
329 Definition of navigable waters of the United States
330 Nationwide permit program
331 Administrative appeal process
334 Danger zone and restricted area regulations
335 Operation and maintenance of Army Corps of Engineers civil works projects involving the discharge of dredged or fill material into waters of the U.S. or ocean waters
336 Factors to be considered in the evaluation of Army Corps of Engineers dredging projects involving the discharge of dredged material into waters of the U.S. and ocean waters
337 Practice and procedure
338 Other Corps activities involving the discharge of dredged material or fill into waters of the U.S.
384 Intergovernmental review of Department of the Army Corps of Engineers programs and activities
385 Programmatic regulations for the comprehensive Everglades Restoration Plan

Chapter IV

Part Title Comments
401 Seaway regulations and rules
402 Tariff of tolls
403 Rules of procedure of the Joint Tolls Review Board
404-499 [Reserved]

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