Passenger Vessel Safety Act of 1993
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Passenger Vessel Safety Act of 1993 Hearing before he Subcommittee on Coast Guard and Navigation of the Committee on Merchant Marine and Fisheries, House ... to passenger vessel safety, March 3, 1993 by United States

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Number of Pages69
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Open LibraryOL7369922M
ISBN 100160409764
ISBN 109780160409769
OCLC/WorldCa28358349

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Passenger Vessel Safety Act of - Amends Federal marine safety law to revise certain definitions regarding passengers, passenger vessels, and certain other types of vessels (including offshore supply, sailing school, and submersible vessels). Authorizes the Secretary of the Department in which the Coast Guard is operating to exempt certain   Passenger Vessel Safety Act of (the Act). 2. BACKGROUND. The Act was signed into law on Decem It makes several changes to the laws for passenger carrying vessels. The most significant change requires chartered vessels that carry more than 12 passengers to be inspected for certification. The Act affords certain The Passenger Vessel Safety Act of (PVSA) (Pub. L. ) was signed on Decem The PVSA makes several changes to the laws for uninspected passenger vessels. First, the PVSA requires vessels less than gross tons to be inspected as a small passenger vessel if they are:   (a) The Passenger Vessel Safety Act of (PVSA) contained an allowance for the exemption of certain passenger vessels that are - (1) At least gross tons but less than gross tons; or (2) Former public vessels of at least gross tons but less than gross tons. (b) The owner or operator of a vessel must have applied for an exemption under PVSA by J , and then

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  • Passenger Vessel Safety Act of • NVIC – The vessel must meet Recreational Vessel requirements • If the vessel/s are UPVs one day and Chartered Recreational Vessels the next, they are reviewed as a UPV.   KEY ELEMENTS. An Uninspected Passenger Vessel passenger for hire.”)Passenger. for hire means “a passenger for whom consideration is contributed as a condition of carriage on the vessel, whether directly or indirectly flowing to the owner, charterer, operator, agent, or any other person having an interest in   Web view. vessel— "(A) makes application for inspection to the Coast Guard within 6 months of the date of enactment of the Passenger Vessel Safety Act of ; and "(B) provides satisfactory docimientation that the ves­ sel was chartered at least once within the previous 12 months prior to the date of enactment of that Act   (a) The Passenger Vessel Safety Act of (PVSA) contained an allowance for the exemption of certain passenger vessels that are - (1) At least gross tons but less than gross tons; or (2) Former public vessels of at least gross tons but less than gross tons. (b) The owner or operator of a vessel must have applied for an exemption under the PVSA by J , and