33 CFR 110.127 - Lake Mohave and Lake Mead, Nevada and Arizona.

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§ 110.127 Lake Mohave and Lake Mead, Nevada and Arizona.
(a) Willow Beach, Ariz. That portion of Lake Mohave enclosed by the shore and a line connecting the following points, excluding a 100-foot-wide fairway, extending westerly from the launching ramp, as established by the Superintendent, Lake Mead Recreation Area:
Latitude Longitude
“a” 35°52′30″ N. 114°39′35″ W.
“b” 35°52′10″ N. 114°39′35″ W.
(b) Katherine, Ariz. That portion of Lake Mohave inclosed by the shore and a line connecting the following points, excluding a 100-foot-wide fairway, extending westerly from the launching ramp, as established by the Superintendent, Lake Mead Recreation Area:
Latitude Longitude
“a” 35°13′33″ N. 114°34′38″ W.
“b” 35°13′05″ N. 114°34′40″ W.
(c) El Dorado Canyon, Nev. That portion of Lake Mohave inclosed by the shore and a line connecting the following points, excluding a 50-foot-wide fairway, extending easterly from the launching ramp, as established by the Superintendent, Lake Mead Recreation Area:
Latitude Longitude
“a” 35°42′37″ N. 114°42′21″ W.
“b” 35°42′08″ N. 114°42′10″ W.
(d) Cottonwood Cove, Nev. That portion of Lake Mohave inclosed by the shore and a line connecting the following points, excluding a 200-foot-wide fairway extending northeasterly from the launching ramp, as established by the Superintendent Lake Mead Recreation Area:
Latitude Longitude
“a” 35°29′46″ N. 114°40′55″ W.
“b” 35°29′33″ N. 114°40′45″ W.
(e) Overton Beach, Nev.—
(1) Area “A”. That portion of Lake Mead inclosed by the shore and lines connecting the following points, excluding two 300-foot-wide fairways, extending northwesterly and southwesterly from the launching ramps, as established by the Superintendent, Lake Mead Recreation Area:
Latitude Longitude
“a” 36°27′05″ N. 114°21′48″ W.
“b” 36°27′15″ N. 114°21′20″ W.
“c” 36°26′32″ N. 114°20′45″ W.
“d” 36°25′49″ N. 114°20′50″ W.
“e” 36°25′00″ N. 114°21′27″ W.
“f” 36°25′19″ N. 114°22′10″ W.
(f) Echo Bay, Nev. That portion of Lake Mead inclosed by the shore and lines connecting the following points, excluding a 100-foot-wide fairway, extending southwesterly from the launching ramp, as established by the Superintendent, Lake Mead Recreation Area:
Latitude Longtitude
“a” 36°18′30″ N. 114°25′10″ W.
“b” 36°18′20″ N. 114°24′00″ W.
“c” 36°17′35″ N. 114°24′05″ W.
“d” 36°17′40″ N. 114°24′27″ W.
(g) Callville Bay, Nev. That portion of Lake Mead inclosed by the shore and lines connecting the following points, excluding a 200-foot-wide fairway, extending southeasterly from the launching ramp, as established by the Superintendent, Lake Mead Recreation Area:
Latitude Longtitude
“a” 36°09′00″ N. 114°42′40″ W.
“b” 36°08′10″ N. 114°42′03″ W.
“c” 36°08′06″ N. 114°42′40″ W.
(h) Las Vegas Wash, Nev. That portion of Lake Mead inclosed by the shore and a line connecting the following points, excluding a 200-foot-wide fairway, extending easterly from the launching ramp, as established by the Superintendent, Lake Mead Recreation Area:
Latitude Longtitude
“a” 36°07′23″ N. 114°49′45″ W.
“b” 36°06′29″ N. 114°49′45″ W.
(i) Hemenway Harbor, Nev. That portion of Lake Mead inclosed by the shore and lines connecting the following points, excluding a 100-foot-wide fairway, extending easterly from the launching ramp at Boulder Beach and a 600-foot-wide fairway, extending northeasterly from the launching ramp at Hemenway Harbor, both as established by the Superintendent, Lake Mead Recreation Area:
Latitude Longtitude
“a” 36°04′05″ N. 114°48′15″ W.
“b” 36°03′25″ N. 114°48′10″ W.
“c” 36°01′20″ N. 114°45′15″ W.
(j) Kingman Wash, Ariz. That portion of Lake Mead inclosed by the shore and a line connecting the following points, excluding a 100-foot-wide fairway, extending westerly from the launching ramp, as established by the Superintendent, Lake Mead Recreation Area:
Latitude Longtitude
“a” 36°02′34″ N. 114°42′50″ W.
“b” 36°02′05″ N. 114°43′05″ W.
(k) Temple Bar, Ariz. That portion of Lake Mead inclosed by the shore and lines connecting the following points, excluding a 200-foot-wide fairway, extending southwesterly from the launching ramp, as established by the Superintendent, Lake Mead Recreation Area:
Latitude Longtitude
“a” 36°02′21″ N. 114°19′29″ W.
“b” 36°02′34″ N. 114°18′46″ W.
“c” 36°02′03″ N. 114°18′13″ W.
(l) Greggs, Ariz. That portion of Lake Mead inclosed by the shore and a line connecting the following points, excluding a 100-foot-wide fairway, extending northerly from the launching ramp, as established by the Superintendent, Lake Mead Recreation Area:
Latitude Longtitude
“a” 36°00′35″ N. 114°13′49″ W.
“b” 36°00′35″ N. 114°14′10″ W.
(m) Pierce Ferry, Ariz. That portion of Lake Mead inclosed by the shore and a line connecting the following points, excluding a 100-foot-wide fairway, extending easterly from the launching ramp, as established by the Superintendent, Lake Mead Recreation Area:
Latitude Longtitude
“a” 36°08′42″ N. 113°59′24″ W.
“b” 36°07′18″ N. 113°58′32″ W.
(n) South Bay, Ariz. That portion of Lake Mead inclosed by the shore and a line connecting the following points, excluding one 100-foot wide fairway, extending westerly from the launching ramp, as established by the Superintendent, Lake Mead Recreation Area:
Latitude Longtitude
“a” 36°06′26″ N. 114°06′13″ W.
“b” 36°05′00″ N. 114°06′50″ W.
“c” 36°05′00″ N. 114°06′13″ W.
Note:
Fixed moorings, piles, or stakes are prohibited. Single and fore-and-aft temporary moorings will be allowed. The anchoring of vessels and the placing of temporary moorings will be under the jurisdiction and at the discretion of the Superintendent, Lake Mead Recreation Area, National Park Service.
[CGFR 67-46, 32 FR 17728, Dec. 12, 1967, as amended by CGFR 69-36, 34 FR 6577, Apr. 17, 1969; CGD 79-045, 44 FR 60091, Oct. 18, 1979]

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