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Alaska Administrative Code
Title 12 . Professional and Vocational Regulations
Chapter 56 . Board of Marine Pilots

Chapter 56. Board of Marine Pilots

Section 11 . Types of licenses and endorsements
Section 12 . Documentation of service
Section 14 . Deputy marine pilot extension of route endorsement qualifications
Section 16 . Training pilot endorsement
Section 18 . Qualifications for less than 60,000 gross tons endorsement
Section 19 . Qualifications for less than 80,000 gross tons endorsement
Section 20 . (Repealed)
Section 21 . Pilotage regions
Section 22 . (Repealed)
Section 25 . Applications
Section 26 . Deputy marine pilot training program
Section 27 . Dockings, undockings, and observer trips
Section 28 . Regional requirements for deputy marine pilot license
Section 29 . General requirements for marine pilot license
Section 30 . (Deleted)
Section 31 . Regional requirements for marine pilot license
Section 32 . Dismissal of a trainee from a deputy marine pilot training program
Section 33 . Deputy marine pilot apprenticeship program
Section 34 . Qualifications to transfer a marine pilot license to a different pilotage region within the state
Section 35 . Approval of pilot organization training or apprenticeship program
Section 36 . (Repealed)
Section 37 . Conn requirements for training
Section 40 . (Deleted)
Section 45 . (Deleted)
Section 50 . (Repealed)
Section 53 . (Repealed)
Section 55 . (Renumbered)
Section 60 . (Repealed)
Section 68 . Observer trip requirements
Section 70 . Examinations
Section 75 . (Repealed)
Section 80 . Biennial license renewal
Section 82 . Familiarization trips
Section 83 . Continuing education requirements
Section 85 . Lapsed licenses
Section 90 . General rule for determining boundaries of the compulsory pilotage waters of Alaska
Section 100 . Established boundaries of compulsory pilotage waters of Alaska
Section 110 . Exclusions for entering compulsory pilotage waters of Alaska
Section 115 . Pleasure craft exemptions
Section 120 . Pilot stations or pickup points
Section 130 . (Repealed)
Section 200 . (Repealed)
Section 205 . Availability of pilots
Section 210 . Tariff for Southeastern Alaska Region
Section 220 . Tariff for Southcentral Alaska Region
Section 230 . Tariff for Western Alaska Region
Section 240 . Tariff for Kuskokwim River Region
Section 250 . Procedures for setting pilotage rates
Section 300 . Standard for recognition
Section 310 . Qualifications for recognition
Section 320 . (Repealed)
Section 500 . VLCC endorsement required
Section 510 . Qualifications for VLCC license endorsement
Section 930 . Quorum
Section 940 . Drugs and alcohol
Section 950 . Current address
Section 960 . Duties of pilots
Section 963 . Hours of duty
Section 965 . Incident report
Section 970 . Physical incapacitation
Section 980 . Registration of operators
Section 990 . Definitions

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