Partially protected waters

Partially protected waters is a term used in connection with stability criteria and means:
(1) Waters not more than 20 nautical miles from the mouth of a harbor of safe refuge, unless determined by the cognizant OCMI to be exposed waters;
(2) Those portions of rivers, estuaries, harbors, lakes, and similar waters that the cognizant OCMI determines not to be protected waters; and
(3) Waters of the Great Lakes from April 16 through September 30 of the same year (summer season).

Source

46 CFR § 175.400


Scoping language

The following terms are used in this subchapter:

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