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1 When a Board Officer requests concurrence for termination of a commercial fishing vessels voyage, the District or Group Watch Officer must –Confirm that an especially hazardous condition exists and –Approve or deny the request for termination. To begin go to the list of especially hazardous conditions. Termination of a commercial fishing industry vessel This job aid is designed to help District or Group Watchstanders provide termination guidance to LE Boarding Officers. View: Termination Authority – 46 CFR District Termination Policy Message Hit the escape key to close this EPSS Excerpt from District SOP Escape

2 Survival Craft PFDs / Immersion / Exposure Suits EPIRB Overloading / Improper Loading / Lack of Freeboard Inoperable bilge system Intoxication Flooding / Uncontrollable Leakage Certificate of ClassCertificate of Class – Fish Processing Vessels Loadline Certificate Loadline Certificate – Fish Processing or Fish Tender Vessels Firefighting Equipment Volatile fuel or vapors Navigation lights Watertight closures Life raft hydrostatic release High water alarms Emergency drills A commercial fishing vessel may have it’s voyage terminated for any of the following 16 especially hazardous condition. Select the link below for guidance. Previous Slide Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

3 Termination for Survival Craft First determine what survival craft if required… Documented Is vessel? State Registered Previous Slide Reference 46 CFR Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

4 Survival Craft Documented Is vessel? 36’ or more in length Less than 36’ in length Previous Slide Reference 46 CFR Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

5 Survival Craft Documented Are there? 36’ or more in length 3 or less POB 4 or more POB Previous Slide Reference 46 CFR Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

6 Survival Craft Documented Are there? Less than 36’ in length 3 or less POB 4 or more POB Previous Slide Reference 46 CFR Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

7 Survival Craft Is vessel? State Registered 36’ or more in length Less than 36’ in length Previous Slide Reference 46 CFR Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

8 Survival Craft State Registered Less than 36’ in length Are there? 3 or less POB 4 or more POB Previous Slide Reference 46 CFR Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

9 12 nm 20 nm 50 nm Document - Fishing Vessel > 36’ or more pob View Survival Craft hierarchy This vessel is required the below survival craft depending on the distance off shore. In lieu of a termination a vessel can be restricted closer to shore if it has the required survival craft for that area. Click on the appropriate icon to see termination guidance Previous Slide Reference 46 CFR Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

10 12 nm 20 nm 50 nm Document - Fishing Vessel > 36’ or more pob Hide This vessel is required the below survival craft depending on the distance off shore. In lieu of a termination a vessel can be restricted closer to shore if it has the required survival craft for that area. Previous Slide Reference 46 CFR Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

11 12 nm 20 nm 50 nm Document - Fishing Vessel > 36’ or less pob View Survival Craft hierarchy This vessel is required the below survival craft depending on the distance off shore. In lieu of a termination a vessel can be restricted closer to shore if it has the required survival craft for that area. Click on the appropriate icon to see termination guidance Previous Slide Reference 46 CFR Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

12 12 nm 20 nm 50 nm Document - Fishing Vessel > 36’ or less pob Hide This vessel is required the below survival craft depending on the distance off shore. In lieu of a termination a vessel can be restricted closer to shore if it has the required survival craft for that area. Previous Slide Reference 46 CFR Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

13 12 nm 20 nm 50 nm Document - Fishing Vessel < 36’ or more pob View Survival Craft hierarchy This vessel is required the below survival craft depending on the distance off shore. In lieu of a termination a vessel can be restricted closer to shore if it has the required survival craft for that area. Click on the appropriate icon to see termination guidance Previous Slide Reference 46 CFR Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

14 12 nm 20 nm 50 nm Document - Fishing Vessel < 36’ or more pob Hide This vessel is required the below survival craft depending on the distance off shore. In lieu of a termination a vessel can be restricted closer to shore if it has the required survival craft for that area. Previous Slide Reference 46 CFR Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

15 12 nm 20 nm 50 nm Document - Fishing Vessel < 36’ or less pob View Survival Craft hierarchy This vessel is required the below survival craft depending on the distance off shore. In lieu of a termination without the required survival craft this vessel could be restricted to operating inside 12 miles from shore! Click on the appropriate icon to see termination guidance Previous Slide Reference 46 CFR Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

16 12 nm Document - Fishing Vessel < 36’ or less pob View Survival Craft hierarchy This vessel is not required to have any survival craft in this location. Previous Slide Reference 46 CFR Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

17 12 nm 20 nm 50 nm Document - Fishing Vessel < 36’ or less pob Hide This vessel is required the below survival craft depending on the distance off shore. In lieu of a termination without the required survival craft this vessel could be restricted to operating inside 12 miles from shore! Previous Slide Reference 46 CFR Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

18 12 nm State Registered - Fishing Vessel > 36’ View Survival Craft hierarchy This vessel is required the below survival craft depending on the distance off shore. In lieu of a termination a vessel can be restricted closer to shore if it has the required survival craft for that area. Click on the appropriate icon to see termination guidance Previous Slide Reference 46 CFR Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

19 12 nm State Registered - Fishing Vessel > 36’ Hide This vessel is required the below survival craft depending on the distance off shore. In lieu of a termination a vessel can be restricted closer to shore if it has the required survival craft for that area. Previous Slide Reference 46 CFR Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

20 12 nm State Registered - Fishing Vessel < 36’ or more pob View Survival Craft hierarchy This vessel is required the below survival craft depending on the distance off shore. In lieu of a termination a vessel can be restricted closer to shore if it has the required survival craft for that area. Click on the appropriate icon to see termination guidance Previous Slide Reference 46 CFR Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

21 12 nm State Registered - Fishing Vessel < 36’ or more pob Hide This vessel is required the below survival craft depending on the distance off shore. In lieu of a termination a vessel can be restricted closer to shore if it has the required survival craft for that area. Previous Slide Reference 46 CFR Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

22 12 nm State Registered - Fishing Vessel < 36’ or less pob View Survival Craft hierarchy This vessel is required the below survival craft depending on the distance off shore. In lieu of a termination without the required survival craft this vessel could be restricted to operating inside 12 miles from shore! Click on the appropriate icon to see termination guidance Previous Slide Reference 46 CFR Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

23 12 nm State Registered - Fishing Vessel < 36’ or less pob This vessel is not required to have any survival craft in this location. Previous Slide Reference 46 CFR Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

24 12 nm State Registered - Fishing Vessel < 36’ or less pob Hide This vessel is required the below survival craft depending on the distance off shore. In lieu of a termination without the required survival craft this vessel could be restricted to operating inside 12 miles from shore! Previous Slide Reference 46 CFR Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

25 Termination for Survival Craft Terminate if not a SOLAS A life raft. This survival craft must be stowed so as to float free and automatically inflate either by: Terminate if insufficient capacity for everyone on board. Using a hydrostatic release unit (HRU). Terminate if life raft is 5 months past expiration date. Using an alternate float free arrangement. Can terminate if HRU 5 months past expiration. Terminate if weak link is not installed or unsat. Can substitute with a life boat. SOLAS A Remember: to avoid termination a vessel can be restricted closer to shore. Previous Slide Reference 46 CFR CFR MSG DTR R ZAPR01 Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

26 Termination for Survival Craft Terminate if not a SOLAS B life raft. This survival craft must be stowed so as to float free and automatically inflate either by: Terminate if insufficient capacity for everyone on board. Using a hydrostatic release unit (HRU). Terminate if life raft is 5 months past expiration date. Using an alternate float free arrangement. Can terminate if HRU 5 months past expiration. Terminate if weak link is not installed or unsat. Can substitute with a life boat or SOLAS A life raft. SOLAS ASOLAS B Remember: to avoid termination a vessel can be restricted closer to shore. Previous Slide Reference 46 CFR CFR MSG DTR R ZAPR01 Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

27 Termination for Survival Craft Terminate if not a life raft with coastal pack. Can substitute with a life boat, SOLAS A or SOLAS B life raft. SOLAS ASOLAS BCOASTAL This survival craft must be: kept readily accessible or stowed so as to float free If hydrostatic release unit is used and it is more the 5 months past expiration, the HRU can be removed to avoid termination. Terminate if insufficient capacity for everyone on board. Terminate if life raft is 5 months past expiration date. Remember: to avoid termination a vessel can be restricted closer to shore. Previous Slide Reference 46 CFR CFR MSG DTR R ZAPR01 Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

28 Termination for Survival Craft Terminate if not an inflatable buoyant apparatus (IBA). This survival craft must be: kept readily accessible or stowed so as to float free If hydrostatic release unit is used and it is more the 5 months past expiration, the HRU can be removed to avoid termination. Terminate if insufficient capacity for everyone on board. Terminate if IBA is 5 months past expiration date. Can substitute with a life boat, life raft with SOLAS A, SOLAS B or SOLAS ASOLAS BCOASTALIBA coastal pack. Remember: to avoid termination a vessel can be restricted closer to shore. An auxiliary craft carried on board that is integral and necessary for normal fishing operations can substitute for the required survival craft. Previous Slide Reference 46 CFR CFR MSG DTR R ZAPR01 Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

29 Termination for Survival Craft Terminate if not a buoyant apparatus (BA). SOLAS ASOLAS BCOASTALIBA Can substitute with a life boat, life raft with SOLAS A, SOLAS B, coastal pack, inflatable buoyant apparatus or life float. BA LF Remember: to avoid termination a vessel can be restricted closer to shore. This survival craft must be: kept readily accessible or stowed so as to float free If hydrostatic release unit is used and it is more the 5 months past expiration, the HRU can be removed to avoid termination. Terminate if insufficient capacity for everyone on board. Terminate if IBA is in unserviceable condition. An auxiliary craft carried on board that is integral and necessary for normal fishing operations can substitute for the required survival craft. Previous Slide Reference 46 CFR CFR MSG DTR R ZAPR01 Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

30 SOLAS ASOLAS BIBACOASTAL BA LF Life Boat Inflatable Life Raft w/ SOLAS A Pack Inflatable Life Raft w/ SOLAS B Pack Inflatable Life Raft w/ Coastal Pack Inflatable Buoyant Apparatus Life Float Buoyant Apparatus The hierarchy of survival craft in descending order is: A survival craft higher in the hierarch may be substituted for any below it. Return Previous Slide Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

31 Termination for Personal Floatation Device (PFD) First determine what type PFD is required… Is vessel? On Waters inside Coastal Waters On Coastal Waters or beyond Coastal Waters (33 CFR ) – The territorial seas of the U.S. (3 miles) and those waters directly connected (i.e. bays, sounds, harbors, rivers, inlet, etc.) where any entrance exceeds 2nm to the first point where the largest distance between shorelines narrows to 2nm. Previous Slide Reference 46 CFR Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

32 Termination for PFD Terminate if there is an insufficient number of serviceable suits for everyone on board. This vessel is required to have an Immersion or Exposure Suit Previous Slide Reference 46 CFR Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

33 Is vessel? Waters inside Coastal Waters 40’ or more in length Less than 40’ in length Termination for PFD Previous Slide Reference 46 CFR Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

34 Termination for PFD Terminate if there is an insufficient number serviceable PFDs for everyone on board. This vessel is required to have a Type I PFD Can substitute with an exposure or immersion suit for each. Previous Slide Reference 46 CFR CFR Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

35 Termination for PFD This vessel is required to have a Type II PFD Can substitute with an exposure or immersion suit or Type I PFD for each. Terminate if there is an insufficient number serviceable PFDs for everyone on board. Previous Slide Reference 46 CFR CFR Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

36 Emergency Position Indicating Radio Beacon (EPIRB) First determine if and what type EPIRB is required… Previous Slide 3nm or more from shore Is vsl operating? Less than 3nm from shore Reference 46 CFR Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

37 Emergency Position Indicating Radio Beacon (EPIRB) Previous Slide Vsl is operating Less than 3nm from shore This vessel is not required to have an EPIRB Reference 46 CFR Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

38 Emergency Position Indicating Radio Beacon (EPIRB) Previous Slide 3nm or more from shore Vsl is operating Less than 36 feet in length Is vessel? 36 feet or more in length Reference 46 CFR Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

39 Emergency Position Indicating Radio Beacon (EPIRB) Previous Slide 3nm or more from shore Vsl is operating Less than 36 feet in length Is vessel? This vessel is required to have a Category II EPIRB Terminate if the vessel does not have at least Category II EPRIB (see note). A Category I EPIRB may be substituted. Category II – A manually activated EPIRB Category I – A float free automatically activated 406 MHz EPIRB Note: Termination can be avoided if the vessel has an operational marine radio. Reference 46 CFR CFR Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

40 Emergency Position Indicating Radio Beacon (EPIRB) Previous Slide 3nm or more from shore Vsl is operating Is vessel? 36 feet or more in length This vessel is required to have a Category I EPIRB Terminate if the vessel does not have a Category I EPRIB (see note). Category II – A manually activated EPIRB Category I – A float free automatically activated 406 MHz EPIRB Note: Termination can be avoided if the vessel has an operational marine radio. Reference 46 CFR CFR Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

41 Bilge System Documented Is vessel? State Registered Previous Slide Reference 46 CFR Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

42 Bilge System Vessel is State Registered This vessel is not required to have a bilge system Previous Slide Reference 46 CFR Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

43 Bilge System Documented Does vsl Operate? Inside the Boundary Line Vessel is Beyond the Boundary Line Previous Slide Reference 46 CFR View boundary line definition Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

44 (touch on hyperlink to view description) Puget Sound Grays Harbor, WA Columbia River entrance Coos Bay, OR The boundary line is generally defined as following the highest water mark on the shoreline and directly crosses most entrances to small bays, rivers and inlets. There are a 4 locations where the boundary line deviates from this general definition Return Reference 46 CFR 7 Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

45 Bilge System Documented Vsl operates Vessel is Beyond the Boundary Line This vessel is required to have a bilge system. Terminate if the vessels bilge system is inoperable or is not installed. Previous Slide Reference 46 CFR CFR Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

46 Bilge System Documented Vsl operates Inside the Boundary Line Vessel is This vessel is not required to have a bilge system Previous Slide Reference 46 CFR Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

47 Intoxication Intoxication of the master or person in charge, i.e., person is operating the vessel – and has an alcohol concentration of 0.04 percent, –or the intoxicant’s effect on the person’s manner, disposition, speech, muscular movement, general appearance or behavior is apparent by observation. Terminate if the Master or operator of the vessel is intoxicated. Previous Slide Reference 46 CFR Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

48 Certificate of Class (COC) Terminate if the vessel is a fish processing vessel and is required to be classed. Reference 46 USC 4503(b)) 46 CFR Is Vessel a Fish Processing Vessel (FPV)? Yes No Vessel is not required a COC Was vsl built as FPV after 7/27/1990? Was vsl converted to FPV after 7/27/1990 Has vsl undergone a MajorMajor Conversion Conversion after 7/27/1990 Yes Vessel is required a COC Yes No Previous Slide Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

49 Fish processing vessel means a vessel that commercially prepares fish or fish products other than by gutting, decapitating, gilling, skinning, shucking, icing, freezing, or brine chilling. Reference 46 USC 2101(11b) General Definitions Previous Slide Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

50 “Major Conversion” means a conversion of a vessel that: (A) Substantially changes the dimensions or carrying capacity of the vessel; (B) Changes the type of the vessel; (C) Substantially prolongs the life of the vessel; or (D) Otherwise so changes the vessel that it is essentially a new vessel. Reference 46 USC 2101(14a) Previous Slide Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

51 Load Line 79’ of less Greater than 79’ Is Vessel? Previous Slide Reference 46 USC 5102 Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

52 Load Line 79’ of less This vessel is not required to have a Load Line Certificate. Is Vessel? Previous Slide Reference 46 USC 5102 Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

53 Load Line Fish Processing Vessel? Is vessel a Fish Tender Vessel? Fishing Vessel? Greater than 79’ Previous Slide Reference 46 USC 5102 Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

54 Load Line Fishing Vessel? Greater than 79’ This vessel is not required to have a Load Line Certificate. Previous Slide Reference 46 USC 5102 Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

55 Load Line Greater than 79’ Is vessel Greater than 5000 GT? 5000 GT or less? Fish Processing Vessel? Previous Slide Reference 46 USC 5102 Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

56 Load Line Greater than 79’ Fish Processing Vessel? This vessel is required to have a Load Line Certificate. Terminate if the Load Line Certificate is not on board or expired Greater than 5000 GT? Previous Slide Reference 46 USC 5102 Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

57 Load Line Greater than 79’ Fish Processing Vessel? 5000 GT or less? Was vsl constructed as a Processor on or after 16Aug74? Processor before 16Aug74? Previous Slide Reference 46 USC 5102 Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

58 Load Line Greater than 79’ Fish Processing Vessel? 5000 GT or less? Processor before 16Aug74? Does vsl operate Not on a foreign voyagevoyage? On a Foreign voyage? Vsl constructed as a Previous Slide Reference 46 USC 5102 Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

59 Load Line Greater than 79’ Fish Processing Vessel? 5000 GT or less? Processor before 16Aug74? Vsl operates On a Foreign voyage? Vsl constructed as a This vessel is required to have a Load Line Certificate. Terminate if the Load Line Certificate is not on board or expired Previous Slide Reference 46 USC 5102 Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

60 Load Line Greater than 79’ Fish Processing Vessel? 5000 GT or less? Processor before 16Aug74? Vessel does Not on a foreign voyage? Vsl constructed as a This vessel is not required to have a Load Line Certificate. Previous Slide Reference 46 USC 5102 Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

61 Load Line Greater than 79’ Fish Processing Vessel? 5000 GT or less? Vessel was constructed as a Processor on or after 16Aug74? Was vsl converted for use as a Processor on or after 1Jan83? Processor before 1Jan83? Previous Slide Reference 46 USC 5102 Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

62 Load Line Greater than 79’ Fish Processing Vessel? 5000 GT or less? Vessel was constructed as a Processor on or after 16Aug74? Vsl was converted for use as a Processor before 1Jan83? Does vsl operate Not on a foreign voyage? On a Foreign voyage? Previous Slide Reference 46 USC 5102 Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

63 Load Line Greater than 79’ Fish Processing Vessel? 5000 GT or less? Vessel was constructed as a Processor on or after 16Aug74? Vsl was converted for use as a Processor before 1Jan83? Vessel operates On a Foreign voyage? This vessel is required to have a Load Line Certificate. Terminate if the Load Line Certificate is not on board or expired Previous Slide Reference 46 USC 5102 Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

64 Load Line Greater than 79’ Fish Processing Vessel? 5000 GT or less? Vessel was constructed as a Processor on or after 16Aug74? Vsl was converted for use as a Processor before 1Jan83? Not on a foreign voyage? Vessel operates This vessel is not required to have a Load Line Certificate. Previous Slide Reference 46 USC 5102 Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

65 Load Line Greater than 79’ Fish Processing Vessel? 5000 GT or less? Vessel was constructed as a Processor on or after 16Aug74? Processor on or after 1Jan83? Vsl was converted for use as a Vsl is < 150GT and keel laid or was constructed as a processor before 1Jan 86? Yes No Previous Slide Reference 46 USC 5102 Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

66 Load Line Greater than 79’ Fish Processing Vessel? 5000 GT or less? Vessel was constructed as a Processor on or after 16Aug74? Processor on or after 1Jan83? Vsl was converted for use as a Vsl is < 150GT and keel laid or was constructed as a processor before 1Jan 86? Yes Does vsl operate Not on a foreign voyage? On a Foreign voyage? Previous Slide Reference 46 USC 5102 Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

67 Load Line Greater than 79’ Fish Processing Vessel? 5000 GT or less? Vessel was constructed as a Processor on or after 16Aug74? Processor on or after 1Jan83? Vsl was converted for use as a Vsl is < 150GT and keel laid or was constructed as a processor before 1Jan 86? Yes Vessel operates On a Foreign voyage? This vessel is required to have a Load Line Certificate. Terminate if the Load Line Certificate is not on board or expired Previous Slide Reference 46 USC 5102 Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

68 Load Line Greater than 79’ Fish Processing Vessel? 5000 GT or less? Vessel was constructed as a Processor on or after 16Aug74? Processor on or after 1Jan83? Vsl was converted for use as a Vsl is < 150GT and keel laid or was constructed as a processor before 1Jan 86? Yes Not on a foreign voyage? Vessel operates Previous Slide Reference 46 USC 5102 This vessel is not required to have a Load Line Certificate. Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

69 Load Line Greater than 79’ Fish Processing Vessel? 5000 GT or less? Vessel was constructed as a Processor on or after 16Aug74? Processor on or after 1Jan83? Vsl was converted for use as a Vsl is < 150GT and keel laid or was constructed as a processor before 1Jan 86? No This vessel is required to have a Load Line Certificate. Terminate if the Load Line Certificate is not on board or expired Previous Slide Reference 46 USC 5102 Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

70 Load Line Fish Tender Vessel Greater than 79’ Is the vsl a part-time TenderTender? YesNo Previous Slide Reference 46 USC 5102 Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

71 Load Line Fish Tender Vessel Greater than 79’ The vsl is a part-time tender Yes This vessel is not required to have a Load Line Certificate. Previous Slide Reference 46 USC 5102 Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

72 Load Line Fish Tender Vessel Greater than 79’ Is the vsl a part-time Tender? No Is vessel Greater than 500 GT? 500 GT or less? Previous Slide Reference 46 USC 5102 Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

73 Load Line Fish Tender Vessel Greater than 79’ Is the vsl a part-time Tender? No Vessel is Greater than 500 GT? This vessel is required to have a Load Line Certificate. Terminate if the Load Line Certificate is not on board or expired Previous Slide Reference 46 USC 5102 Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

74 Load Line Fish Tender Vessel Greater than 79’ Is the vsl a part-time Tender? No Vessel is 500 GT or less Was vsl under contract to be constructed, or constructed As a tender on or after 1 Jan 80? As a tender before 1 Jan 80? Previous Slide Reference 46 USC 5102 Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

75 Load Line Fish Tender Vessel Greater than 79’ Is the vsl a part-time Tender? No Vessel is 500 GT or less Vsl was under contract to be constructed, or constructed As a tender before 1 Jan 80? Does vsl operate Not on a foreign voyage? On a Foreign voyage? Previous Slide Reference 46 USC 5102 Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

76 Load Line Fish Tender Vessel Greater than 79’ Is the vsl a part-time Tender? No Vessel is 500 GT or less Vsl was under contract to be constructed, or constructed As a tender before 1 Jan 80? Vessel operates On a Foreign voyage? This vessel is required to have a Load Line Certificate. Terminate if the Load Line Certificate is not on board or expired Previous Slide Reference 46 USC 5102 Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

77 Load Line Fish Tender Vessel Greater than 79’ Is the vsl a part-time Tender? No Vessel is 500 GT or less Vsl was under contract to be constructed, or constructed As a tender before 1 Jan 80? Not on a foreign voyage? Vessel operates This vessel is not required to have a Load Line Certificate. Previous Slide Reference 46 USC 5102 Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

78 Load Line Fish Tender Vessel Greater than 79’ Is the vsl a part-time Tender? No Vessel is 500 GT or less Vsl was under contract to be constructed, or constructed Was vsl converted for use As a tender on or after 1 Jan 83? As a tender before 1 Jan 83? As a tender on or after 1 Jan 80? Previous Slide Reference 46 USC 5102 Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

79 Load Line Fish Tender Vessel Greater than 79’ Is the vsl a part-time Tender? No Vessel is 500 GT or less Vsl was under contract to be constructed, or constructed Vsl was converted for use As a tender on or after 1 Jan 80? Does vsl operate Not on a foreign voyage? On a Foreign voyage? As a tender before 1 Jan 83? Previous Slide Reference 46 USC 5102 Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

80 Load Line Fish Tender Vessel Greater than 79’ Is the vsl a part-time Tender? No Vessel is 500 GT or less Vsl was under contract to be constructed, or constructed Vsl was converted for use As a tender on or after 1 Jan 80? Vsl operates On a Foreign voyage? As a tender before 1 Jan 83? This vessel is required to have a Load Line Certificate. Terminate if the Load Line Certificate is not on board or expired Previous Slide Reference 46 USC 5102 Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

81 Load Line Fish Tender Vessel Greater than 79’ Is the vsl a part-time Tender? No Vessel is 500 GT or less Vsl was under contract to be constructed, or constructed Vsl was converted for use As a tender on or after 1 Jan 80? Does vsl operate Not on a foreign voyage? As a tender before 1 Jan 83? This vessel is not required to have a Load Line Certificate. Previous Slide Reference 46 USC 5102 Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

82 Load Line Fish Tender Vessel Greater than 79’ Is the vsl a part-time Tender? No Vessel is 500 GT or less Vsl was under contract to be constructed, or constructed Vsl was converted for use As a tender on or after 1 Jan 80? Vsl is < 150GT and keel laid or was constructed as a processor before 1Jan 86? Yes No As a tender on or after 1 Jan 83? Previous Slide Reference 46 USC 5102 Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

83 Load Line Fish Tender Vessel Greater than 79’ Is the vsl a part-time Tender? No Vessel is 500 GT or less Vsl was under contract to be constructed, or constructed Vsl was converted for use As a tender on or after 1 Jan 80? Vsl is < 150GT and keel laid or was constructed as a processor before 1Jan 86? Yes As a tender on or after 1 Jan 83? Does vsl operate Not on a foreign voyage? On a Foreign voyage? Previous Slide Reference 46 USC 5102 Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

84 Load Line Fish Tender Vessel Greater than 79’ Is the vsl a part-time Tender? No Vessel is 500 GT or less Vsl was under contract to be constructed, or constructed Vsl was converted for use As a tender on or after 1 Jan 80? Vsl is < 150GT and keel laid or was constructed as a processor before 1Jan 86? Yes As a tender on or after 1 Jan 83? Vsl operates On a Foreign voyage? This vessel is required to have a Load Line Certificate. Terminate if the Load Line Certificate is not on board or expired Previous Slide Reference 46 USC 5102 Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

85 Load Line Fish Tender Vessel Greater than 79’ Is the vsl a part-time Tender? No Vessel is 500 GT or less Vsl was under contract to be constructed, or constructed Vsl was converted for use As a tender on or after 1 Jan 80? Vsl is < 150GT and keel laid or was constructed as a processor before 1Jan 86? Yes As a tender on or after 1 Jan 83? Vsl operates Not on a foreign voyage? This vessel is not required to have a Load Line Certificate. Previous Slide Reference 46 USC 5102 Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

86 Load Line Fish Tender Vessel Greater than 79’ Is the vsl a part-time Tender? No Vessel is 500 GT or less Vsl was under contract to be constructed, or constructed Vsl was converted for use As a tender on or after 1 Jan 80? Vsl is < 150GT and keel laid or was constructed as a processor before 1Jan 86? No As a tender on or after 1 Jan 83? This vessel is required to have a Load Line Certificate. Terminate if the Load Line Certificate is not on board or expired Previous Slide Reference 46 USC 5102 Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

87 46 USC 2101 General Definitions (11) “fish” means finfish, mollusks, crustaceans, and all other forms of marine animal and plant life, except marine mammals and birds. (11a) “fishing vessel” means a vessel that commercially engages in the catching, taking, or harvesting of fish or an activity that can reasonably be expected to result in the catching, taking, or harvesting of fish. (11b) “fish processing vessel” means a vessel that commercially prepares fish or fish products other than by gutting, decapitating, gilling, skinning, shucking, icing, freezing, or brine chilling. (11c) “fish tender vessel” means a vessel that commercially supplies, stores, refrigerates, or transports fish, fish products, or materials directly related to fishing or the preparation of fish to or from a fishing, fish processing, or fish tender vessel or a fish processing facility. Previous Slide Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

88 Termination for Fire Fighting Equipment Is vessel not propelled by a motor? motor propelled? Previous Slide Reference 46 CFR Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

89 This vessel is not required any firefighting equipment Vessel is not propelled by a motor? Previous Slide Termination for Fire Fighting Equipment Reference 46 CFR Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

90 Yes No Does the vsl have a fixed fire extinguishing system in the machinery space? Is vessel motor propelled? Previous Slide Termination for Fire Fighting Equipment Reference 46 CFR Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

91 NOTE: There are 2 types of fire extinguishing systems. Fixed system Pre-engineered system To answer “yes” the system must be a “FIXED FIRE EXTINGUISHING SYSTEM” Fixed System Pre-engineered System A custom designed system includes Large CO2 or halon cylinders Attached to a manifold system Includes pull boxes System distribution lines Time delay CO2 powered alarm These come in various sizes already complete from the manufacturer. A single CO2 cylinder For small machinery spaces Head on cylinder has thermocouple for auto release. May also have a cable that runs to the operating station for manual release. If the Boarding Officer claims there is a fixed system on board, CONFIRM that it is truly a FIXED SYSTEM. Previous Slide Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

92 No 40 ft. to less than 65 ft. Is vessel? 65 feet or greater 26 ft. to less than 40 ft. Less than 26 ft. Vessel has a fixed fire extinguishing system in the machinery space? Vessel is motor propelled Previous Slide Termination for Fire Fighting Equipment Reference 46 CFR Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

93 No 40 ft. to less than 65 ft. Is vessel? Vessel has a fixed fire extinguishing system in the machinery space? Vessel is motor propelled This vessel is required 3 B-I fire extinguishers Terminate if the vessel has an insufficient number and size on board. Previous Slide Termination for Fire Fighting Equipment Reference 46 CFR CFR CFR Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

94 No Is vessel? 26 ft. to less than 40 ft. Vessel has a fixed fire extinguishing system in the machinery space? Vessel is motor propelled This vessel is required 2 B-I fire extinguishers Terminate if the vessel has an insufficient number and size on board. Previous Slide Reference 46 CFR CFR CFR Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

95 No Is vessel? Less than 26 ft. Vessel has a fixed fire extinguishing system in the machinery space? Vessel is motor propelled This vessel is required 1 B-I fire extinguisher Terminate if the vessel has an insufficient number and size on board. Previous Slide Termination for Fire Fighting Equipment Reference 46 CFR CFR CFR Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

96 40 ft. to less than 65 ft. Is vessel? 65 feet or greater 26 ft. to less than 40 ft. Less than 26 ft. Vessel has a fixed fire extinguishing system in the machinery space? Vessel is motor propelled Yes Previous Slide Termination for Fire Fighting Equipment Reference 46 CFR CFR CFR Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

97 40 ft. to less than 65 ft. Is vessel? Yes Vessel has a fixed fire extinguishing system in the machinery space? Vessel is motor propelled This vessel is required 2 B-I fire extinguishers Terminate if the vessel has an insufficient number and size on board. Previous Slide Termination for Fire Fighting Equipment Reference 46 CFR CFR CFR Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

98 Is vessel? 26 ft. to less than 40 ft. Yes Vessel has a fixed fire extinguishing system in the machinery space? Vessel is motor propelled This vessel is required 1 B-I fire extinguisher Terminate if the vessel has an insufficient number and size on board. Previous Slide Termination for Fire Fighting Equipment Reference 46 CFR CFR CFR Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

99 Is vessel? Less than 26 ft. Yes Vessel has a fixed fire extinguishing system in the machinery space? Vessel is motor propelled This vessel is not required any firefighting equipment Previous Slide Termination for Fire Fighting Equipment Reference 46 CFR CFR CFR Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

100 Termination for Fire Fighting Equipment SpaceClassQuantity/Location PilothouseC-I2 in vicinity of exit. Safety areas, communicating corridorsA-II 1 in each main corridor not more than 150 ft apart. (May be located in stairways) Accessible baggage & storeroomsA-II 1 for each 2500 sq ft or fraction thereof located in the vicinity of exits, either inside or outside the spaces. Service spaces, galleys B-II or C-II 1 for each 2500 sq ft or fraction thereof suitable for hazards involved. Machinery spaces, internal combustion propelling machinery B-II 1 for each 1000 brake horsepower or fraction thereof but not less than 2 nor more than 6. Internal combustion machineryB-II1 outside the space in the vicinity of exit. Electric emergency motors or generatorsC-II1 outside the space in the vicinity of exit. Electric propulsion motors or generator unit of open type C-II1 for each propulsion motor or generator unit. Paint lockersB-II1 outside space in vicinity of exit. Work shops & similar spacesA-II1 outside the space in vicinity of exit. Auxiliary spacesB-II1 outside the space in the vicinity of exit. Terminate if the vessel has an insufficient quantity and class of required fire extinguishers on board. Vessel 65’ and greater must have each of the quantity and class for the space listed in the below table. Previous Slide Reference 46 CFR Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

101 Termination for High Water Alarm Documented Is vessel? State Registered Previous Slide Reference 46 CFR Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

102 Termination for High Water Alarm Does vessel have? State Registered 16 or more people on board 15 or less people on board Previous Slide Reference 46 CFR Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

103 Termination for High Water Alarm Vessel has State Registered 15 or less people on board This vessel is not required to have high water alarms. Previous Slide Reference 46 CFR Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

104 Termination for High Water Alarm Vessel has State Registered 16 or more people on board Is vessel ? 36 feet or more in length Less than 36 feet in length Previous Slide Reference 46 CFR Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

105 Termination for High Water Alarm Vessel has State Registered 16 or more people on board Vessel is Less than 36 feet in length This vessel is not required to have high water alarms. Previous Slide Reference 46 CFR Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

106 Termination for High Water Alarm Vessel has State Registered 16 or more people on board Is vessel ? 36 feet or more in length This vessel is required to have high water alarms. Terminate if the vessel does note have the alarms installed or if they are inoperable. Previous Slide Reference 46 CFR CFR MSG DTR R ZAPR01 Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

107 Termination for High Water Alarm Documented Does vessel have? 16 or more people on board 15 or less people on board Previous Slide Reference 46 CFR Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

108 Termination for High Water Alarm Documented Vessel has 16 or more people on board This vessel is required to have high water alarms. Terminate if the vessel does note have the alarms installed or if they are inoperable. Previous Slide Reference 46 CFR CFR MSG DTR R ZAPR01 Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

109 Termination for High Water Alarm Documented Vessel has 15 or less people on board Is vessel ? 36 feet or more in length Less than 36 feet in length Previous Slide Reference 46 CFR Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

110 Termination for High Water Alarm Documented Vessel has 15 or less people on board Vessel is Less than 36 feet in length This vessel is not required to have high water alarms. Previous Slide Reference 46 CFR Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

111 Termination for High Water Alarm Documented Vessel has 15 or less people on board Vessel is 36 feet or more in length Is vessel operating ? Inside the boundary line Beyond the boundary line View boundary line definition Previous Slide Reference 46 CFR Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

112 Termination for High Water Alarm Documented Does vessel have? 15 or less people on board Is vessel ? 36 feet or more in length Vessel is operating Inside the boundary line This vessel is not required to have high water alarms. Previous Slide Reference 46 CFR Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

113 Termination for High Water Alarm Documented Vessel has 15 or less people on board Vessel is 36 feet or more in length Vessel is operating Beyond the boundary line This vessel is required to have high water alarms. Terminate if the vessel does note have the alarms installed or if they are inoperable. Previous Slide Reference 46 CFR CFR MSG DTR R ZAPR01 Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

114 (touch on hyperlink to view description) Puget Sound Grays Harbor, WA Columbia River entrance Coos Bay, OR The boundary line is generally defined as following the highest water mark on the shoreline and directly crosses most entrances to small bays, rivers and inlets. There are a 4 locations where the boundary line deviates from this general definition Return Reference 46 CFR 7 Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

115 Previous Slide Reference 46 CFR 7 Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

116 Previous Slide Reference 46 CFR 7 Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

117 Previous Slide Reference 46 CFR 7 Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

118 Previous Slide Reference 46 CFR 7 Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

119 Termination for failure to conduct emergency drills Documented Is vessel? State Registered Previous Slide Reference 46 CFR Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

120 Termination for failure to conduct emergency drills Vessel is State Registered This vessel is not required to conduct emergency drills Previous Slide Reference 46 CFR Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

121 Documented Vessel is Is vessel operating ? Inside the boundary line Beyond the boundary line View boundary line definition Previous Slide Reference 46 CFR Termination for failure to conduct emergency drills Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

122 Documented Vessel is Vessel is operating Inside the boundary line This vessel is not required to conduct emergency drills Previous Slide Reference 46 CFR Termination for failure to conduct emergency drills Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

123 Documented Vessel is Vessel is operating Beyond the boundary line This vessel is required to conduct emergency drills monthly. Terminate this vessels voyage if the Boarding Officer can confirm that the crew has not been conducting drills at least monthly, or if the drills were not conducted in the presence of a qualified drill conductor. Previous Slide Reference 46 CFR CFR MSG DTR R ZAPR01 Termination for failure to conduct emergency drills Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

124 The boundary line is generally defined as following the highest water mark on the shoreline and directly crosses most entrances to small bays, rivers and inlets. There are a 4 locations where the boundary line deviates from this general definition (touch on hyperlink to view description) Puget Sound Grays Harbor, WA Columbia River entrance Coos Bay, OR Return Reference 46 CFR 7 Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

125 Termination for flooding or uncontrolled leakage Terminate if based on your understanding of the situation this flooding or leakage creates an especially hazardous condition. Any vessel may be terminated for flooding or uncontrolled leakage in any space. Is this just a drip or a stream? Can bilge pumps (if installed) keep up? Previous Slide Reference 46 CFR Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

126 Termination for Instability Terminate if based on your understanding of the situation this vessel is unstable. This will be a judgement call based on your discussion with the Boarding Officer on scene. Any vessel may be terminated if the vessel has lack of stability because of Overloading Improper loading or Insufficient freeboard. Is the vessel tender? Does the vessel tend not to return when heeled? Is water washing onto the deck? Is there less than 6” of freeboard? Previous Slide Reference 46 CFR Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

127 Termination for excessive volatile fuel or vapors. Terminate if based on your understanding of the situation there is sufficient evidence that the volatile fuel or vapors is creating an especially hazardous condition. Any vessel may be terminated for having excessive Volatile fuel in the bilge Gasoline or, Solvents Or volatile vapors in the bilge. Previous Slide Reference 46 CFR Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

128 Termination for inoperable or missing watertight closures Terminate if based on your understanding of the situation that missing or inoperable watertight closures could allow flooding or leakage that could creates an especially hazardous condition. Any vessel may be terminated for having inoperable or missing watertight closures. Closures of concern are those that are on fitted in the watertight envelope of the vessel that would allow flooding to the interior of the vessel. This would not include open boats. Previous Slide Reference 46 CFR Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

129 Termination for unserviceable hydrostatic release Only vessels that are required to have a SOLAS A or SOLAS B life raft are required to automatically float free. This is accomplished by: Using a hydrostatic release unit (HRU). Using an alternate float free arrangement (AFFA). Can terminate if HRU 5 months past expiration. Terminate if weak link is not installed or unsat. Go to the “survival craft” section to determine what type of survival craft is required for this vessel. You will see this HRU info if the vessel is required to utilize an HRU or AFFA“survival craft” section Previous Slide Reference 46 CFR (a) MSG DTR R ZAPR01 Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

130 Termination for lack of adequate nav lights Terminate if based on your understanding of the situation any of the navigation lights are not adequate and the vessel is operating during a time of reduced visibility. Any vessel may be terminated for navigation lights that are not operational or are not adequate during a time of reduced visibility. Lights must be displayed during times of reduced visibility while underway or at anchor. From sunset to sunrise Heavy rain Dark days Fog Sidelights, stern lights and masthead lights should be visible for 2 – 3 miles as a general rule. Previous Slide Reference Nav Rules 46 CFR Hit the escape key to close this EPSS

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