§97.01-1 General; preemptive effect.
§97.01-2 Incorporation by reference.
Subpart 97.05—Notice to Mariners and Aids to Navigation
§97.05-1 Duty of officers.
§97.05-5 Charts and nautical publications.
Subpart 97.07—Notice and Reporting of Casualty and Voyage Records
§97.07-1 Notice and reporting of casualty and voyage records.
Subpart 97.10—Persons Allowed in Pilothouse and on Navigation Bridge
§97.10-5 Persons excluded.
Subpart 97.11—Stability Letter
Subpart 97.12—Bulk Solid Cargoes
§97.12-1 Definition of a bulk solid cargo.
§97.12-3 Guidance for the master.
§97.12-5 Bulk solid cargoes that may liquefy.
§97.12-10 Cargo securing manuals.
Subpart 97.13—Station Bills
§97.13-1 Muster lists, emergency signals, and manning.
Subpart 97.15—Tests, Drills, and Inspections
§97.15-3 Steering gear, whistle, and means of communication.
§97.15-5 Drafts and load line markings.
§97.15-7 Verification of vessel compliance with applicable stability requirements.
§97.15-15 Examination of boilers and machinery.
§97.15-17 Loading doors.
§97.15-20 Hatches and other openings.
§97.15-30 Emergency lighting and power systems.
§97.15-35 Emergency training, musters, and drills.
§97.15-55 Requirements for fuel oil.
§97.15-60 Firefighting equipment, general.
§97.15-75 Test of inflatable hopper gate seals on Great Lakes bulk dry cargo vessels.
Subpart 97.16—Auto Pilot
§97.16-1 Use of auto pilot.
Subpart 97.19—Maneuvering Characteristics
§97.19-1 Data required.
§97.20-1 Unnecessary whistling prohibited.
§97.25-1 Improper use prohibited.
§97.27-5 Master's and officer's responsibility.
Subpart 97.30—Reports of Accidents, Repairs, and Unsafe Equipment
§97.30-1 Repairs to boilers and pressure vessels.
§97.30-5 Accidents to machinery.
§97.30-10 Notice required before repair.
Subpart 97.33—Communication Between Deckhouses
§97.33-1 When required.
Subpart 97.34—Work Vests
§97.34-5 Approved types of work vests.
§97.34-15 Shipboard stowage.
§97.34-20 Shipboard inspections.
§97.34-25 Additional requirements for hybrid work vests.
Subpart 97.35—Logbook Entries
§97.35-3 Logbooks and records.
§97.35-5 Actions required to be logged.
Subpart 97.36—Display of Plans
§97.36-1 When required.
Subpart 97.37—Markings for Fire and Emergency Equipment, Etc.
§97.37-5 General alarm bell contact maker.
§97.37-7 General alarm bells.
§97.37-9 Carbon dioxide and clean agent alarms.
§97.37-10 Fire extinguishing system branch lines.
§97.37-11 Carbon dioxide warning signs.
§97.37-13 Fire extinguishing system controls.
§97.37-15 Fire hose stations.
§97.37-20 Self-contained breathing apparatus.
§97.37-23 Hand portable fire extinguishers.
§97.37-25 Emergency lights.
§97.37-33 Instructions for changing steering gear.
§97.37-35 Rudder orders.
§97.37-42 Markings for lifesaving appliances, instructions to passengers, and stowage locations.
§97.37-47 Portable magazine chests.
§97.37-50 Ventilation alarm failure.
§97.37-60 Watertight doors.
§97.37-90 Vessels contracted for prior to November 19, 1952.
Subpart 97.40—Markings on Vessels
§97.40-5 Hull markings.
§97.40-10 Draft marks and draft indicating systems.
§97.40-15 Load line marks.
Subpart 97.45—Carrying of Excess Steam
§97.45-1 Master and chief engineer responsible.
Subpart 97.47—Routing Instructions
§97.47-1 All persons must comply.
Subpart 97.50—Compliance With Provisions of Certificate of Inspection
§97.50-1 Master or person in charge responsible.
Subpart 97.53—Exhibition of Merchant Mariner Credential
Subpart 97.55—De-Energizing of Cargo Hold Lighting Circuits When Grain or Other Combustible Bulk Cargo Is Carried
§97.55-1 Master's responsibility.
§97.55-5 Warning notice posted.
Subpart 97.80—Operation of Vehicles in Enclosed Locations
§97.80-1 Special operating conditions.
Subpart 97.90—Pilot Boarding Operations
§97.90-1 Pilot boarding operation.
Subpart 97.95—Person in Charge of Transfer of Liquid Cargo in Bulk