San Francisco Bay and Oakland Inner Harbor; restricted areas in vicinity of Naval Air Station, Alameda.
(a) The areas.
The waters of San Francisco Bay bounded by the shore of Naval Air Station, Alameda, and a line beginning at a point on the north side of Oakland Inner Harbor Entrance Channel at approximately: 37°47′57″ N, 122°19′43″ W; WSW to 37°47′53″ N, 122°19′57″ W; SE to 37°47′46″ N, 122°20′00″ W; SE to 37°47′41″ N, 122°19′52″ W; S to 37°46′49″ N, 122°19′52″ W; E to 37°46′49″ N, 122°19′28″ W; SE to 37°46′46″ N, 122°19′21″ W; E to 37°46′45″ N, 122°19′05″ W; SE to 37°46′38″ N, 122°18′59″ W; SSW to 37°46′18″ N, 122°19′05″ W; SE to 37°46′00″ N, 122°18′28″ W; E to 37°46′00″ N, 122°18′22″ W; N to 37°46′03″ N, 122°18′22″ W; E to 37°46′00″ N, 122°17′28″ W; NE to 37°46′03″ N, 122°17′26″ W; where it joins the Naval Air Station, Alameda, Breakwater.
The waters of the entrance channel to Oakland Inner Harbor (San Antonio Estuary) between the westerly end of the rock wall on the south side of the channel and the easterly boundary of the Naval Air Station.
(b) The regulations.
No person shall enter this area and no vessel or other craft, except vessels of the U.S. Government or vessels duly authorized by the Commanding Officer, U.S. Naval Air Station, Alameda, California, shall navigate, anchor or moor in the area described in paragraph (a)(1) of this section.
No person shall enter this area and no vessel without special authorization of the Commander, Twelfth Coast Guard District, shall lie, anchor or moor in the area described in paragraph (a)(2) of this section. Vessels may proceed through the entrance channel in process of ordinary navigation or may moor alongside wharves on the Oakland side of the channel.
[26 FR 11201, Nov. 28, 1961, as amended at 27 FR 10484, Oct. 27, 1962. Redesignated at 50 FR 42696, Oct. 22, 1985, and amended at 51 FR 25198, July 11, 1986; 55 FR 3056, Jan. 30, 1990; 62 FR 17557, Apr. 10, 1997]