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1

What is a T-Boat?

Ref:46CFR175.110

A vessel less than 100 gross tons which carries more than 6 passengers but less then 150 or has overnight accommodations for 49 or less and is engaged in a commercial venture.

2

What is a passenger?

Ref: 46CFR175.400

A person on the vessel other than owner, operator, charterer or crew.

3

What is a passenger for hire?

Ref: 46CFR175.400

A passenger for whom consideration is contributed as a condition of carriage on the vessel, whether directly or indirectly flowing to the owner, charterer, operator, agent or any other person having an interest in the vessel.

4

Define Rivers; Lakes, Bays, & Sounds; Limited Coastwise; Coastwise; Oceans routes.

Ref: 46 CFR 175.400

Lakes, bays, and sounds means a route on any of the following waters: A lake other than the Great Lakes, A bay, A sound or such other similar waters as may be designated by a Coast Guard District Commander.

Limited coastwise means a route that is not more than 20 nautical miles from a harbor of safe refuge.

Coastwise means a route that is not more than 20 nautical miles offshore on any of the following waters: Any ocean, The Gulf of Mexico, The Caribbean Sea, The Bering Sea, The Gulf of Alaska; or such other similar waters as may be designated by a Coast Guard District Commander.

Rivers means a route on any of the following waters: A river, A canal or such other similar waters as may be designated by a Coast Guard District Commander.

Oceans means a route that is more than 20 nautical miles offshore on any of the following waters: Any ocean, The Gulf of Mexico, The Caribbean Sea, The Bering Sea, The Gulf of Alaska or such other similar waters as may be designated by a Coast Guard District Commander.

5

What is Consideration?

Ref: 46 CFR175.400

Means an economic benefit, inducement, right, or profit including pecuniary payment accruing to an individual, person, or entity, but not including a voluntary sharing of the actual expenses of the voyage, by monetary contribution or donation of fuel, food, beverage, or other supplies.

6

What is a UPV?

Ref: NVIC 7-94 or MSM Vol II, Sec C, Ch 2

Un-inspected Passenger Vessel or Unfired pressure vessel.

7

What is a bare boat Charter?

Ref: MSM Vol II, Sec B, Ch 4

The charterer obtains possession and full control of the vessel along with the legal and financial responsibility for it. The charterer pays for all operating expenses, including fuel, crew, port expenses and P&I and hull insurance.

8

What is a Harbor of Safe Refuge?

Ref: 46 CFR 175.400

Harbor of safe refuge means a port, inlet, or other body of water normally sheltered from heavy seas by land and in which a vessel can navigate and safely moor. OCMI make this determination.

9

Where does the CG get the authority to inspect and regulate Vessels and Seaman?

Ref: 46 U.S.C. 2104- Delegation – Vessels and Seamen

The Secretary may delegate the duties and powers conferred by this subtitle to any officer, employee, or member of the Coast Guard, and may provide for the sub delegation of those duties and powers.