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AGENCY:

Coast Guard, DHS.

ACTION:

Notice.

SUMMARY:

The Coast Guard announces that the Coast Guard District Prevention Divisions have issued certificates of alternative compliance to vessels of special construction or purpose that cannot fully comply with the light, shape, and sound signal provisions of the International Regulations for Preventing Collisions at Sea (72 COLREGS) and/or Inland Navigation Rules without interfering with their special function. This notice promotes the Coast Guard's maritime safety and stewardship missions.

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FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT:

For information about this document call or email LCDR Megan Cull, Coast Guard Navigation Standards Division; telephone (202) 372-1565, email megan.l.cull@uscg.mil. For information about viewing or submitting material to the docket, call Cheryl Collins, Program Manager, Docket Operations, telephone 202-366-9826, toll free 1-800-647-5527.

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The special construction or purpose of some vessels makes them unable to comply with the light, shape, and sound signal provisions of the 72 COLREGS and/or Inland Navigation Rules. Under 72 COLREGS, statutory law and Coast Guard regulations, a vessel may instead meet alternative requirements and the vessel's owner, builder, operator, or agent may apply for a certificate of alternative compliance (COAC). The Chief of the Inspections and Investigations Branch in each Coast Guard District office determines whether the vessel for which the COAC is sought complies as closely as possible with the 72 COLREGS and/or Inland Navigation Rules, and decides whether to issue the COAC. Once issued, a COAC remains valid until information supplied in the application for the COAC, or the terms of the COAC becomes inapplicable to the vessel. Under the governing statute [1] and regulation,[2] the Coast Guard must publish notice of each COAC.

The Coast Guard issued COACs to the following vessels between 2010 and 2014:

2010ALLISON CROSBYSidelights on the outboard edges of the superstructure 6′ 8″ from the centerline. Restricted in ability to maneuver/not under command lights may be installed 1 foot below each masthead light on either side of mast.
2010BEE HIVEForward masthead light 38′ 21/4″ above main deck; aft masthead light 18′ 109/16″ aft of forward masthead light; aft anchor light 25′ 15/16″ off center to starboard side, just forward of the stern; sidelights on the side of the pilothouse 12′ 41/4″ inboard of the greatest breadth.
2010BETTY PFANKUCHAft masthead light on the main mast above pilothouse, 20′ 5″ aft of the forward masthead light.
2010BETTY PFANKUCHDuplicate COAC with addition of allowing two 360° restricted in ability to maneuver/not under command lights on aft mast to allow 360° visibility.
2010C-COURAGEOUSAft masthead light on the main mast above the pilothouse, 21′ 83/4″ aft of the forward masthead light.
2010DWIGHT S. RAMSAYAft masthead light on the main mast above the pilothouse, 20′ 5″ aft of the forward masthead light. Two 360° restricted in ability to maneuver/not under command lights on aft mast to allow 360° visibility.
2010FAST GIANTForward masthead light above the pilothouse 18.92′ above the hull, and its aft masthead light on the main mast above the pilothouse, 16.83′ aft and 14.76′ above the forward masthead light.
2010FAST TITANForward masthead light above the pilothouse 18.92′ above the hull, and its aft masthead light on the main mast above the pilothouse, 16.83′ aft and 14.76′ above the forward masthead light.
2010JOHN W. JOHNSONAft masthead lights on the main mast atop of each pilothouse 115″ aft of each forward masthead light located atop the opposing pilothouse. Sidelights located on the side of the pilothouse.
2010KELLIE CHOUESTAft masthead light on main mast above pilothouse, 25′ 55/16″ aft of forward masthead light; sidelights 15′ 8″ inboard from greatest breadth; two sets of 360° restricted in ability to maneuver/not under command lights on the aft mast, one set on each side of the mast, 1′ 1″ from the centerline.
2010M/V ANNA GSidelights on the top of the pilothouse, 8′ 1″ inboard from the greatest breadth of the vessel.
2010M/V CHARLEVOIXReduce the intensity of the required sound signal to 85 decibel when leaving the dock/berth during normal operations.
2010M/V JODY MCMINNSidelights placed forward of the masthead light and located on the outermost edge of the pilothouse more than 10% inboard of the greatest breadth of the vessel.
2010M/V JOE GRIFFINAft masthead light on the main mast above the pilothouse, 21′ 10″ aft of the forward masthead light.
2010M/V NICHOLAS P CALLAISAft masthead light on the main mast above the pilothouse, 24′ 4″ aft of the forward masthead light.
2010M/V QUEEN BEEForward masthead light on top of the pilothouse 38′ 21/4″ above main deck and aft masthead light on main mast above pilothouse, 18′ 109/16″ aft of the forward masthead light, and its aft anchor light 25′ 15/16″ off center to the starboard side, just forward of the stern. In addition, the sidelights may be placed on the side of the pilothouse 12′ 41/2″ inboard of the greatest breadth of the vessel.
2010M/V RAYMOND C. PERCOR, JRSingle Voyage COAC horizontal separation between forward and aft masthead light, 84′. Height of forward masthead light, 29′ 10″. Vertical separation of forward and aft masthead light, 6′ 11″. Sidelights placed 26′ 4″ above main deck. Vertical separation between sidelights and forward masthead light 3′ 6″. Sidelights placed on outside edge of pilothouse symmetric about the axis line of the masthead lights.
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2010M/V RAYMOND C. PERCOR, JRFore and aft masthead lights 7′ 21/2″ off centerline of the vessel. In addition, the vessels sidelights may be placed on the outside edge of the pilothouse symmetric about the axis line of the masthead lights.
2010M/V SOUTHERN STARForward masthead light on top forward portion of the pilothouse, 19′ 8″ above the aft masthead light. The aft masthead light on the main mast above the pilothouse, 18′ aft of the forward masthead light.
2010MARIE ELISEAft masthead light on the main mast above the pilothouse, 19′ 113/8″ aft of the forward masthead light. In addition, the sidelights may be placed on the outside edge of the pilothouse 7′ 1/4″ inboard of the greatest breadth of the vessel.
2010MS. YVONNEForward masthead light on top of pilothouse 18′ 2″ above the hull; aft masthead light on the main mast above pilothouse, 16′ 915/16″ aft & 14′ 92/16″ above the forward masthead light; sidelights 5′ 71/16″ inboard from the greatest breadth.
2010OCEAN PROJECTAft masthead light on the main mast above the pilothouse, 23′ 4″ aft of the forward masthead light.
2010OUR LADY OF SALETTEAft masthead light on the main mast above the pilothouse, 24′ 4″ aft of the forward masthead light.
2010REAL MCCOY IIMasthead and running lights to be mounted on vessels portside to maximize allowable deck cargo area.
2010USCG SENTINEL CUTTER CLASSMasthead lights 4.7 m aft of amid ships.
2010SEWARD JOHNSONAft anchor light position. Aft masthead light position and horizontal separation w/forward masthead light.
2011AARON S MCCALLForward masthead atop pilothouse and aft masthead above pilothouse, reducing horizontal separation of forward and aft masthead lights.
2011ACO DODIE LORRAINEAft masthead light on main mast above pilothouse aft of the forward masthead light.
2011ACO JESSICA MOOREAft masthead installed on mainmast above pilothouse reducing horizontal separation of forward and aft masthead lights.
2011AET EXCELLENCEAft masthead light on main mast above pilothouse aft of the forward masthead light. Sidelights may be located on bridge deck inboard of the greatest breadth.
2011AET INNOVATORAft masthead light on main mast above pilothouse aft of the forward masthead light. Sidelights may be located on bridge deck inboard of the greatest breadth.
2011AET PARTNERSHIPAft masthead light on main mast above pilothouse aft of the forward masthead light. Sidelights may be located on bridge deck inboard of the greatest breadth.
2011AET RESPONSIBILITYAft masthead light on main mast above pilothouse aft of the forward masthead light. Sidelights may be located on bridge deck inboard of the greatest breadth.
2011ALYSSA CHOUESTAft masthead light on main mast atop pilothouse. All-around white light of restricted in ability to maneuver light has 13° obstruction and lower all-around red light has 16° obstruction.
2011CINDY BROWN TIDEAft masthead light on main mast above pilothouse, 25′ 9″ aft of forward masthead light.
2011C-PACERAft masthead on main mast above pilothouse, reducing horizontal separation of masthead lights. Sidelights placed inboard from the greatest breadth of the vessel. Not under command/restricted in ability to maneuver lights duplicated on main mast to ensure 360° visibility. Lower not under command red light installed less than required distance from white not under commands light.
2011DEEPSTIM BRASILAft masthead light on pilothouse, 22′ 913/16″ aft of the forward masthead light.
2011HARVEY LEGEND (ex DRONE BEE)Aft masthead light on the mainmast above pilothouse, 18′ 109/16″ aft of the forward masthead light. Sidelights located on side of pilothouse 12′ 41/4″ inboard of the greatest breadth.
2011FAST GOLIATHForward masthead atop pilothouse, 18.92′ above the hull, and aft masthead on mainmast above the pilothouse, 16.83′ aft and 14.76′ above the forward masthead light.
2011FAST MAMMOTHForward masthead light atop pilothouse 13′ 11″ above hull; aft masthead light on main mast atop pilothouse, 16′ 10″ aft and 14′ 9″ above forward masthead light.
2011HARVEY CHAMPIONAft masthead light o main mast above pilothouse 21′ 1/4″ aft of forward masthead light. Two sets of 360° restricted in ability to maneuver/not under command lights placed on aft mast, one set on each of the aft mast, 1′ 4″ from centerline to ensure 360° visibility, as allowed for in paragraph 9(b)(ii) of the COLREGS.
2011HARVEY SUPPORTERAft masthead light on main mast above pilothouse 21′ 1/4″ aft of forward masthead light. Two sets of 360° restricted in ability to maneuver/not under command lights placed on aft mast, one set on each of the aft mast, 1′ 4″ from centerline.
2011HENRY B BIGELOWRestricted in ability to maneuver/not under command lights on starboard side of mast w/36° arc of obstruction.
2011M/V HERCULESSidelights placed 9′ 6″ from the vessels greatest breadth mounted on the deckhouse hand rail.
2011M/V JAMES A. MORANSidelights placed 13′ 3″ from vessels side, mounted to the deckhouse overhead.
2011M/V TRISTAN KSidelights installed 9′ 6″ from vessel's side mounted on the deckhouse handrail.
2011USCG Maritime Security Cutter WSMLAft masthead light at forward edge of mast platform (11′ 5″ above baseline) setting the horizontal location of the aft masthead light 23′ 39/19″ aft of the forward masthead light.
2011MASON BEEAft masthead light on main mast above pilothouse, 18′ 109/16″ aft of the forward masthead light. Sidelights may be located on side of pilothouse, 12′ 41/4″ inboard of the greatest breadth.
2011MS NETTYAft masthead light on main mast above pilothouse, 16.79′ aft and 13.33′ above forward masthead light. Sidelights may be placed 4.81′ inboard of the greatest breadth.
2011MURDENForward masthead light 14′ above hull on forward-most point of bow.
2011OCEAN PATRIOTAft masthead light on main mast above pilothouse, 32′ 73/4″ aft of forward masthead light. Sidelights may be located on side of 2nd deck 8′ 71/4″ inboard of the greatest breadth.
2011OSCAR DYSONRestricted in ability to maneuver/not under command lights on starboard side of mast with 36° arc of obstruction.
2011OSG COURAGEOUSSidelights atop pilothouse (with the understanding that sidelights on companion barge will be used when connected as a composite unit).
2011OSG ENDURANCESidelights atop pilothouse (with the understanding that sidelights on companion barge will be used when connected as a composite unit).
2011PISCESRestricted in ability to maneuver/not under command lights on starboard side of mast with 36° arc of obstruction.
2011POWER 320Aft masthead light on main mast above pilothouse aft of forward masthead light; forward masthead light may be placed 128′ 41/2″ from stem of vessel.
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2011RJ COCO MCCALLForward masthead atop pilothouse and aft mast on mainmast above pilothouse, reducing horizontal separation of masthead lights.
2011SHIMADARestricted in ability to maneuver/not under command lights on starboard side of mast w/36° arc of obstruction.
2011ST JOSEPH THE WORKERAft masthead light above pilothouse 22′ 5″ aft of forward masthead light.
2011USNS HOWARD O LORENZENAft masthead 58.58 m aft of forward masthead, less than the required horizontal separation required.
2012AIVIQInstall the forward masthead light at bow of vessel beneath helicopter deck, aft masthead light 158′ 3″ aft of the forward masthead light and sidelights placed 38′ 59/16″ higher than the forward masthead light and 75′ 6″ above main deck.
2012BELL M. SHIMADARestricted in ability to maneuver/not under command lights placed on starboard side of mast w/a 36° arc of obstruction.
2012BERINGAft masthead light on main mast atop the pilothouse 30′ aft of the forward masthead light.
2012BIG BLUEForward masthead light atop pilothouse 18′ 2″ above hull and aft masthead light on mainmast atop the pilothouse 16′ 15/16″ aft of the forward masthead light. Sidelights may be placed 5′ 113/4″ inboard from the greatest breadth of the vessel.
2012BLUEWATER CHIEFAft masthead light on the main mast above the pilothouse, 16.79′ aft and 13.33′ above the forward masthead light. Restricted in ability to maneuver/not under command lights may be placed aft of the secondary mast with a forward obstruction of 11°. Sidelights may be place 4.81′ inboard of the greatest breadth.
2012CADE CANDIESAft masthead light on the main mast above the pilothouse 35.645 m aft of the forward masthead light. Sidelights may be placed 12.87m above the main deck.
2012CAPTAIN DONALD LOWE SRSidelights just forward of the main mast atop the pilothouse 8″ forward of the masthead light. Sidelights may be placed 10.75′ inboard of the side of the hull.
2012DEEPSTIM BRASIL IIAft masthead light on the main mast atop the pilothouse, 22′ 913/16″ aft of the forward masthead light. Additionally, there may be two sets of restricted in ability to maneuver/not under command lights on the starboard side of the mast, screened in such a way as to allow an unbroken 360° arc of visibility, as allowed for in Annex I, Paragraph 9(ii).
2012FAST CARRIERForward masthead light atop pilothouse 18′ 11″ above the hull and aft masthead light on the main mast atop the pilothouse, 16′ 10″ aft and 14′ 9″ above the forward masthead light.
2012FAST HAULERForward masthead light atop the pilothouse 18′ 11″ above the hull and aft masthead light on the mainmast atop the pilothouse 16′ 10″ aft and 14′ 9″ above the forward masthead light.
2012FAST RUNNERForward masthead light atop the pilothouse 18′ 11″ above the hull and aft masthead light on the mainmast atop the pilothouse 16′ 10″ aft and 14′ 9″ above the forward masthead light.
2012G. FREDRICK SEEMANNForward masthead light on top forward portion of the pilothouse 18′ 2″ above main deck, aft masthead light on the main mast above the pilothouse 16′ 95/16″ aft and 14′ 92/16″ above the forward masthead light. Sidelights may be placed on the pilothouse bulkhead 5′ 71/16″ inboard for the greatest breadth of the vessel.
2012GARY ROOKAft masthead light on the main mast atop the pilothouse, 20′ 113/4″ aft of the forward masthead light.
2012ISLA BONITAAft masthead on the mainmast atop the pilothouse, 27′ 1111/16″ aft of forward masthead. Forward masthead light may be placed 13′ 113/8″ above the hull.
2012JACK EDWARDSAft masthead light on main mast atop pilothouse, 20′ 113/4″ aft of the forward masthead light. Two sets of restricted in ability to maneuver/not under command lights on the starboard side of the mast, screened in such a way to allow an unbroken 360° arc of visibility, as allowed for in Annex I, paragraph 9(ii).
2012KEITH COWANAft masthead light on main mast above the pilothouse, 25′ 107/8″ aft of the forward masthead light.
2012KELLY ANN CANDIESAft masthead light 33.023 m aft of forward masthead light, forward masthead light 10.5 m above main deck, sidelights 2.2 m above the forward masthead light, maneuvering light 1.212 m below the aft masthead light.
2012LEAH G CALLAISAft masthead light on main mast above pilothouse; less than required horizontal separation.
2012PAUL A CALLAISAft masthead light on the main mast above the pilothouse, 24′ 4″ aft of the forward masthead light.
2012PETER W CALLAISAft masthead light on the main mast above the pilothouse, 24′ 4″ aft of the forward masthead light.
2012ROBERTAft masthead light on main mast, reducing horizontal separation of mastheads to 18′ 89/16″. Forward masthead placed 107′ 107/8″ from the bow with 7° of obstruction. Sidelights placed on superstructure inboard from port and starboard sides. Two sets of restricted in ability to maneuver/not under command lights to be placed on aft masthead for maximum visibility.
2012ROBERT ADAMSAft masthead light on the main mast atop the pilothouse, 20′ 113/4″ aft of the forward masthead light. Two sets of restricted in ability to maneuver/not under command lights on the starboard side of mast, screened in such a way to allow unbroken 360° arc of visibility, as allowed for in Annex I, paragraph 9(ii).
2012ROGER WHITEAft masthead light on the main mast atop the pilothouse, 20′ 113/4″ aft of the forward masthead light. Two sets of restricted in ability to maneuver/not under command lights on the starboard side of mast, screened in such a way to allow unbroken 360° arc of visibility, as allowed for in Annex I, paragraph 9(ii).
2012RUSSELL BOUZIGAAft masthead light on the main mast atop the pilothouse, 20′ 113/4″ aft of the forward masthead light. Two sets of restricted in ability to maneuver/not under command lights on the starboard side of mast, screened in such a way to allow unbroken 360° arc of visibility, as allowed for in Annex I, paragraph 9(ii).
2012SIKULIAQReplacement of 2011 Certificate of Alternative Compliance due to citation error.
2012SISUAQ (ex HARVEY HAULER)Aft masthead light on main mast above the pilothouse, 21′ 1/4″ aft of the forward masthead light. Two sets of restricted in ability to maneuver/not under command lights may be placed on the aft mast, one set on each, 1′ 4″ from the centerline of the vessel to ensure full 360° visibility, as allowed for in paragraph 9(b)(ii) of COLREGS.
2012WYATT CANDIESAft masthead light on the main mast atop the pilothouse, 108.97′ aft of the forward masthead light. The forward masthead light may be placed 34.65′ above the hull and the sidelights may be placed 41.91′ above the hull.
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2013ALEX F MCCALLForward masthead light on top of the pilothouse, 26.3′ above the hull and its aft masthead light on the main mast above the pilothouse 11.1′ aft and 14.3′ above the forward masthead light.
2013ARABIANAft masthead light on the main mast atop the pilothouse, 14.75′ above and 30′ aft of the forward masthead light.
2013BAYOU BEE 2013Aft masthead light on the main mast, 20′ 913/16″ aft of the forward masthead light. Two sets of restricted in ability to maneuver/not under command lights on both sides of the after mast, screened in such a way to allow an unbroken 360° arc of visibility, as allowed for in Annex I, Paragraph 9(ii).
2013BLUE ORCAAft masthead light on the main mast atop the pilothouse, 36′ 107/8″ aft of the forward masthead light. Sidelights may be installed 47′ 11″ above baseline.
2013BRAZOSMasthead light on the pilothouse, 91′ 57/8″ aft of the stem of the vessel.
2013BUSY BEEAft masthead light on the main mast, 20′ 913/6″ aft of the forward masthead light. Two sets of restricted in ability to maneuver/not under command lights on both sides of the aft mast, screened in such a way as to allow an unbroken 360° arc of visibility, as allowed for in Annex I, Paragraph 9(ii).
2013CANYON RUNNERForward masthead atop the pilothouse 18′ 2″ above the hull, aft masthead light on the main mast atop the pilothouse 16′ 915/16″ aft of the forward masthead light.
2013CARIBBEANAft masthead light on main mast atop pilothouse. 14.75′ above and 30′ aft of the forward masthead light.
2013CELTICAft masthead light on the main mast atop the pilothouse, 30′ aft of the forward masthead light.
2013C-ENDURANCEAft masthead light on the main mast atop the pilothouse, 20′ 113/4″ aft of the forward masthead. Two sets restricted in ability to maneuver/not under command lights on the starboard side of mast, screened in such a way to allow an unbroken 360° arc of visibility, as allowed for in Annex I, paragraph 9(ii).
2013CHARLIE COMEAUXAft masthead light on main mast atop pilothouse, 20′ 113/4″ aft of the forward masthead light. Two sets of restricted in ability to maneuver/not under command lights on the starboard side of the mast, screened in such a way as to allow an unbroken 360° arc of visibility, as allowed for in Annex I, paragraph 9(ii).
2013CHLOE KSidelights 3.66 m inboard of the sides.
2013C-INSTALLERAft masthead light on the mainmast atop the pilothouse, 36′ 107/8″ aft of the forward masthead light. Sidelights may be installed 47′ 115/16″ above the baseline.
2013CLARENCE TRICHEAft masthead light on the main mast atop the pilothouse 20′ 113/4″ aft of the forward masthead light. Second set of restricted in ability to maneuver/not under command lights 15″ forward of the first set.
2013CONNOR BORDELONAft masthead lights 16′ 8″ aft of the forward masthead light. Two sets of restricted in ability to maneuver/not under command lights on both sides of the aft mast, screened in such a way as to allow an unbroken 360° arc of visibility, as allowed for in Annex I, paragraph 9(ii).
2013FAST DELIVERERForward masthead light atop the pilothouse 18′ 11″ above the hull and aft masthead light on the mainmast atop the pilothouse 16′ 10″ aft and 14′ 9″ above the forward masthead light.
2013FAST SUPPORTERForward masthead light atop the pilothouse 18′ 11″ above the hull and aft masthead light on the mainmast atop the pilothouse 16′ 10″ aft and 14′ 9″ above the forward masthead light.
2013GRACIE CANDIESAft masthead light on the main mast atop the pilothouse, 6.6 m aft of the forward masthead light.
2013HARVEY DEEP-SEAAft masthead light on the mainmast above the pilothouse, 118′ aft of the forward masthead light. One set of 360° restricted in ability to maneuver/not under command lights carried in the required position would be obscured by greater than 6°. Two sets of 360° restricted in ability to maneuver/not under command lights may be placed in the aft mast, one side on each of the aft mast, 1′ 4″ from the centerline of the vessel to ensure full 360° visibility, as allowed for in Paragraph 9(ii) of COLREGS.
2013HERCULESAft masthead light on the main mast atop the pilothouse, 8.87 m aft of the forward masthead light. Two sets of restricted in ability to maneuver/not under command lights on both sides of the mast, screened in such a way as to allow an unbroken 360° arc of visibility, as allowed for in Annex I, Paragraph 9(ii).
2013HONEY BEEAft masthead light on main mast, 20′ 913/16″ aft of the forward masthead light. Two sets of restricted in ability to maneuver/not under command lights on both sides of the after mast, screened in such a way as to allow an unbroken 360° arc of visibility, as allowed for in Annex I, paragraph 9(ii).
2013HOS BEIGNETAft masthead light on main mast above pilothouse, 16′ 63/4″ above, and 22′ 8″ aft of the forward masthead light.
2013HOS BOUDINAft masthead light on main mast above pilothouse, 16′ 63/4″ above, and 22′ 8″ aft of the forward masthead light.
2013HOS BOURREAft masthead light on main mast above pilothouse, 16′ 63/4″ above, and 22′ 8″ aft of the forward masthead light.
2013HOS CAYENNEAft masthead light on main mast above pilothouse, 16′ 63/4″ above, and 22′ 8″ aft of the forward masthead light.
2013HOS CEDAR RIDGEAft masthead light on the main mast atop pilothouse, 26′ aft of the forward masthead light and the placement of the stern light on the aft bulkhead of the pilothouse.
2013HOS CHICORYAft masthead light on the main mast above the pilothouse, 16′ 63/4″ above, and 22′ 8″ aft of the forward masthead light. Sidelights 10′ 8″ from the side.
2013HOS CLEARVIEWAft masthead light on the main mast atop the pilothouse, 26′ aft of the forward masthead light and the placement of the stern light on the aft bulkhead of the pilothouse.
2013HOS RIVERBENDAft masthead light on the main mast above the pilothouse, 20′ 5″ aft of the forward masthead light.
2013JOHN JACOBAft masthead light on the mainmast atop the pilothouse, 13′ 4″ aft of the forward masthead light.
2013M/V CHARLEVOIXInstall two masthead lights for each direction of travel as near as practical to the vessels centerline and install two stern lights for each direction of travel at aft and forward end of deckhouse.
2013USCG Maritime Security Cutter WSMLAft masthead light at forward edge of mast platform 24′ 35/8″ aft of the forward masthead light, vice 23′ 39/16″ on original WMSL certificate of alternative compliance.
2014AGNES CANDIESAft masthead light on the main mast atop the pilothouse, 6.6 m aft of the forward masthead light.
2014ALEXANDER S MCCALLAft masthead light on the main mast atop the pilothouse, 12′ 4″ above and 8′ 41/2″ aft of the forward masthead light.
2014AVERY ISLANDAft masthead atop the pilothouse, 32′ aft of the forward masthead light.
2014BRAD DARTEZAft masthead light on the main mast atop the pilothouse, 32′ 83/4″ aft of the forward masthead light. Two sets of restricted in ability to maneuver/not under command lights on the mainmast atop the pilothouse, screened in such a way as to allow an unbroken 360° arc of visibility, as allowed for in Annex I, paragraph 9(ii).
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2014CAPT ELLIOTTForward masthead light atop the pilothouse, 17′ 3″ above the hull and its aft masthead light on the main mast above the pilothouse, 14′ 3″ aft and 13′ 3″ above the forward masthead light.
2014CAROLINE F MCCALLForward masthead light atop the pilothouse, 15′ 115/8″ above the hull and its aft masthead light on the main mast above the pilothouse, 9′ 9″ aft of the forward masthead light.
2014CLARENCE MOOREAft masthead light on the mainmast atop the pilothouse, 20′ 113/4″ aft of the forward masthead light. Two sets of restricted in ability to maneuver/not under command lights on the main mast atop the pilothouse, screened in such a way as to allow an unbroken 360° arc of visibility, as allowed for in Annex I, Paragraph 9(ii).
2014DEEP RUNNERForward masthead light 3′ above the pilothouse and 17′ 83/4″ forward of the aft masthead light.
2014DOVEForward masthead light located at forward end of helicopter deck 62′ above the main deck and aft mast light on the main mast atop the pilothouse, 15′ 6″ above and 118′ 1/8″ aft of the forward masthead light.
2014ELKAft masthead light on the main mast above pilothouse, 24′ 4″ aft of the forward masthead light.
2014FAST CHEETAHAft masthead light on the main mast atop the pilothouse, 16′ 10″ aft of the forward masthead light.
2014FAST SERVERAft masthead light on the main mast atop of the pilothouse, 16.83′ aft of the forward masthead light.
2014GRAND ISLEAft masthead light on the main mast atop the pilothouse, 32′ 83/4″ aft of the forward masthead light. Two sets of restricted in ability to maneuver/not under command lights on the main mast atop the pilothouse, screened in such a way as to allow an unbroken 360° arc of visibility, as allowed for in Annex I, Paragraph 9(ii).
2014GREAT EXPECTATIONSAft masthead light on the main mast atop the pilothouse, 22′ 15/8″ aft of the forward masthead light. Two sets of restricted in ability to maneuver/not under command lights on the main mast atop the pilothouse, screened in such a way to allow an unbroken 360° arc of visibility, as allowed for in Annex I, paragraph 9(ii).
2014HARVEY GLADIATORAft masthead light on the main mast above the pilothouse, 24′ 4″ aft of the forward masthead light.
2014HARVEY WORKERAft masthead light on main mast above the pilothouse, 24′ 4″ aft of the forward masthead light.
2014HORN ISLANDAft masthead light on the main mast atop the pilothouse, 32′ aft of the forward masthead light.
2014HOS BAYOUAft masthead light on main mast above pilothouse, 30′ 9″ above and 103′ aft of the forward masthead light.
2014HOS BRAIRWOODAft masthead light on the main mast atop the pilothouse, 20′ 101/4″ aft of the forward masthead light.
2014IRISHAft masthead light on the pilothouse, 30′ aft of the forward masthead light.
2014JAVAAft masthead light on the pilothouse, 30′ aft of the forward masthead light.
2014JIM DAVISAft masthead light on the mainmast atop the pilothouse, 28′ 15/8″ aft of the forward masthead light.
2014LB JILLAft masthead light on the main mast atop the pilothouse, 18.71′ aft of the forward masthead light. Port sidelight 27′ from the side and starboard sidelight 43′ from the side.
2014MASON GAft masthead light on the main mast atop the pilothouse, 11′ 81/2″ aft of the forward masthead light.
2014MR STEVENForward masthead light on the top of the pilothouse, 18.6′ above the hull and its aft masthead light on the main mast above the pilothouse, 14.7′ aft of the forward masthead light.
2014MS CHARLOTTEAft masthead light on the main mast 19′ 43/4″ aft of the forward masthead light. Two sets of restricted in ability to maneuver/not under command lights on both sides of the after mast, screened in such a way as to allow an unbroken 360° arc of visibility, as allowed for in Annex I, Paragraph 9(ii).
2014MS JOLIEAft masthead light on main mast of the pilothouse, 16.83′ aft of the forward masthead light.
2014MS SARA JANEAft masthead light on the main mast 18′ 51/8″ aft of the forward masthead light. Two sets of restricted in ability to maneuver/not under command lights on both sides of the after mast, screened in such a way as to allow an unbroken 360° arc of visibility, as allowed for in Annex I, paragraph 9(ii).
2014RAM NATIONAft masthead light on the main mast above the pilothouse, 29′ 10″ above and 25′ 1″ aft of the forward masthead light.
2014REGULUSAft masthead light on the main mast atop the pilothouse, 23′ aft of the forward masthead light.
2014RENEEAft masthead light on the main mast 19′ 43/4″ aft of the forward masthead light. Two sets of restricted in ability to maneuver/not under command lights on both sides of the after mast, screened in such a way as to allow an unbroken 360° arc of visibility, as allowed for in Annex I, Paragraph 9(ii).
2014SARGASSOAft masthead light on the pilothouse, 30′ aft of the forward masthead light.
2014SEACOR BRAVEAft masthead light on the main mast above the pilothouse, 18′ 1″ above and 23′ 5″ aft of the forward masthead light.
2014SEACOR COURAGEOUSAft masthead light on the main mast above the pilothouse, 23′ 5″ aft of the forward masthead light.
2014SEACOR FEARLESSAft masthead light on the main mast above the pilothouse, 23′ 5″ aft of the forward masthead light.
2014SHIP ISLANDAft masthead light on the main mast atop the pilothouse, 32′ aft of the forward masthead light.
2014TIMBALIER ISLANDAft masthead light on main mast atop pilothouse 32′ 83/4″ aft of the forward masthead light. Two sets of restricted in ability to maneuver/not under command lights on the main mast atop the pilothouse, screened in such a way to allow an unbroken 360° arc of visibility, as allowed for in Annex I, Paragraph 9(ii).
2015ADRIATICAft masthead light on the pilothouse, 30′ aft of the forward masthead light.
2015FAST LEOPARDAft masthead light on the main mast atop the pilothouse, 16.83′ aft of the forward masthead light.
2015HARVEY ENERGYAft masthead light on the main mast above the pilothouse, 26′ 9″ aft of the forward masthead light.
2015HOS WARLANDAft masthead light on the main mast above the pilothouse, 118′ 51/2″ aft of the forward masthead light.
2015Maritime Security Cutter WSMLAft masthead light on extension forward of uppermost mast platform 24′ 71/8″ aft of the forward masthead light.
2015RAM COUNTRYAft masthead light on the main mast above the pilothouse, 25′ 1″ aft of the forward masthead light.
2015STIM STAR IVAft masthead light on the main mast atop the pilothouse, 26′ 85/8″ aft of the forward masthead light.
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This notice is issued under authority of 5 U.S.C. 552(a), 33 U.S.C. 1605(c), and 33 CFR 81.18.

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Dated: May 22, 2015.

J.C. Burton,

Captain, U.S. Coast Guard, Director of Inspections and Compliance.

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[FR Doc. 2015-13027 Filed 5-28-15; 8:45 am]

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