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JAPAN COAST GUARD LAWS AND REGULATIONS

 事業名 国際的海上保安業務の推進
 団体名 海上保安協会 注目度注目度5
(3) Regulations for the Enforcement of the Port Regulations Law (Ministry of Transport Ordinance No. 29 of 1948 as amended through Ministry of Transport Ordinance No. 10 of 2000)
Chapter I. General Provisions
 
(Report on Entrance and Departure)
Article 1.
The reports under Article 4 of the Port Regulations Law (Law No. 174 of 1948; hereafter referred to as "the Law") shall be made in accordance with the following items:
(1) A vessel having entered a specified port shall submit to the Captain of the Port, without delay, an entrance report which includes the following particulars:
(a) Call Sign (Ship Number if the vessel does not have a Call Sign), name, type, nationality and port of registry of the vessel;
(b) Gross tonnage, length, draft and service speed;
(c) Name and address of owner (or operator if chartered);
(d) Port of departure and last port of call;
(e) Time and purpose of entrance and berth;
(f) Description and quantity of cargo;
(g) Unusual events during voyage and other information for the safety of vessels' traffic.
(2) A vessel intending to depart from a specified port shall submit a departure report which includes the following particulars:
(a) Call sign and name of the vessel;
(b) Time of departure, next port of call and the port of destination;
(c) Of the information in (a), (b) and (c) of the preceding item (excluding information in (a)), any information that has been changed after submission of the entrance report as prescribed in the preceding item.
2. If the time of departure is definite when a vessel has entered a specified port, an entrance and departure report including information in Item (1) and Item (2) b (draft, and description and quantity of cargo shall be those at the time of entrance) of the preceding paragraph may be submitted to the Captain of the Port instead of the reports under the preceding paragraph.
3. Any change of the time of departure after submitting the entrance and departure report under the preceding paragraph shall be reported to the Captain of the Port without delay.
4. A vessel used as a fishing boat having a navigation base or an operation base in a specified port, if the berthing place in the port and the time of arrival in and departure from the port for a period of one month are predetermined, may submit a document indicating the following items instead of submitting the reports prescribed in the preceding three paragraphs. However, if a vessel submitted such a document, she shall submit a document showing the record of arrival in and departure from the port without delay after a lapse of the said period of one month.
(1) Item (1) (a) through (c) of Paragraph 1 (draft shall be maximum draft);
(2) Sailing route and berthing place in the port;
(3) Scheduled time of arrival in and departure from the port.
5. A vessel intending to enter or depart from a specified port for an imperative reason such as shelter or an accident of the vessel may report the fact to the Captain of the Port instead of submitting the reports under the Paragraphs 1 through 3. However, this shall not apply to a vessel designated by the Captain of the Port.
Article 2.
A vessel of Japanese nationality which falls under any of the following items need not submit the reports under the preceding article:
(1) A vessel of less than 20 gross tons and a small boat or any craft propelled wholly or primarily by oar;
(2) A vessel which navigates within the smooth water area;
(3) A vessel used for the passenger liner service (prescribed in Article 2 Paragraph 4 of the Marine Transportation Law (Law No. 187 of 1949)) which submitted document describing the traffic route, the details of the vessel, times of the oparation, departure and arrival times and the operation seasons out of a plan of operation (in case of change, after the modification plan) prescribed in Article 3 Paragraph 2 of the Law (including the cases to which the provisions mutatis mutandis apply under Article 19-3 Paragraph 2 of the Law) and the report showing the record of arrival in the port instructed by the Captain of the Port to the Captain of the Port.
 
(Sections of Ports)
Article 3.
The sections of specified ports and the vessels which shall berth in the sections under Article 5 Paragraph 1 of the Law shall be as stated in Annexed Table No. 1.
 
(Designation of Anchorage)
Article 4.
The vessel prescribed by the Ministry of LIT Ordinance under Article 5 Paragraph 2 of the Law shall be a vessel of not less than 500 gross tons (a vessel of not less than 300 gross tons in Wakamatsu Quarter of the Port of Kanmon).
2. The Captain of the Port may, if deems necessary, designate an anchorage for a vessel other than vessels under the preceding paragraph.
3. The specified ports designated by the Ministry of LIT Ordinance under Article 5 Paragraph 2 of the Law shall be the Ports of Hakodate. Keihin, Osaka, Kobe, Kanmon, Nagasaki and Sasebo.
4. A person in charge of mooring facilities in a specified port shall, when he allows the use of a facility for mooring a vessel under Paragraph 1, report to the Captain of the Port the following items as prescribed in Article 5 Paragraph 5 of the Law.
(1) The name of the mooring facility to be used;
(2) The time or duration of the use for mooring;
(3) Nationality, type, name, gross tonnage, length and maximum draft of the vessel to be moored;
(4) Description and quantity of cargo to be loaded or unloaded of the vessel to be moored.
5. A person in charge of mooring facilities in a specified port need not report the items prescribed in the preceding paragraph when he allows the use of the facility for mooring a vessel that falls under any of the following items.
(1) A vessel which submitted the document prescribed in the text of paragraph 4 of Article 1 to the Captain of the Port as provided by the said paragraph.
(2) A vessel which submitted the document prescribed in item (3) of Article 2 to the Captain of the Port (excluding the report showing the record of arrival in the port instructed by the Captain of the Port) as provided by the said item.
Article 5.
When the Captain of the Port has given permission to use private signals concerning the use of mooring facilities, he shall so report promptly to the Commandant of the Japan Coast Guard.
2. Matters necessary for radio communications between the Captain of the Port and vessels concerning the maintenance of traffic safety such as the designation of anchorages shall be defined by the Commandant of the Japan Coast Guard.
3. The Commandant of the Japan Coast Guard shall, when he has received a report under Paragraph 1 and when he has defined the necessary matters for radio communications under the preceding paragraph, issue a notification on the report and the matters.
 
(Restriction on Berthing)
Article 6.
No vessel may, without justifiable reasons, anchor or stay at any of the following places within a port:
(1) A place near a wharf, a pier, a quay, a mooring buoy or a dock;
(2) A place near the mouth of a narrow channel such as a river or a canal or a basin.
Article 7.
A vessel berthing within a port shall, when there is a danger of a storm or when a storm warning has been issued, make proper sheet anchors ready to let go. In this case, a power-driven vessel shall, in addition, be ready to operate immediately by generating steam and so forth.
 
(Passages)
Article 8.
The Passages within the specified ports under Article 12 of the Law shall be as stated in Annexed Table No. 2.
Article 8-2.
The specified ports of very busy traffic prescribed by the Ministry of LIT Ordinance under Article 18 Paragraph 2 of the Law shall be the Ports of Keihin, Nagoya. Yokkaichi (only in the passage 1 and Goki Passage; hereafter the same in this Article) Osaka, Kobe, and Kanmon (except Shirashima Quarter; hereafter the same in this Article); and the tonnage prescribed by the Ministry of LIT Ordinance under the same paragraph shall be 500 gross tons in the Ports of Keihin, Nagoya, Yokkaichi, Osaka and Kobe, and 300 gross tons in the Port of Kanmon.
Article 8-3.
The mark prescribed by the Ministry of LIT Ordinance under Article 18 Paragraph 3 of the Law shall be International Code pennant numeral "1".
 
(Restrictions on Towing)
Article 9.
When a vessel navigates in a specified port, towing another vessel, or any other object, the distance between the bow of the towing vessel and the after end of the tow shall not exceed 200 meters.
2. The Captain of the Port may, if deems necessary, strengthen the restrictions of the preceding paragraph.
 
(Restriction on Zigzag Sailing)
Article 10.
A sailing vessel shall not sail zigzag within a Passage of a specified port.
 
(Indication of Course)
Article 11.
A vessel proceeding in any of the ports of Kushiro, Tomakomai, Hakodate, Akita-Funakawa, Kashima, Chiba, Keihin, Niigata, Nagoya, Yokkaichi, Osaka, Kobe, Kanmon, Hakata, Nagasaki and Naha shall indicate her course by exhibiting signal flags specified in the notice by the Commandant of the Japan Coast Guard on the foremast or any other conspicuous place. However, this shall not apply to a vessel without the signal flags or at night.
 
(Kinds of Dangerous Goods)
Article 12.
The kinds of dangerous goods under Article 21 Paragraph 2 of the Law shall be defined by Notification among dangerous goods provided in Article 2 Item (1) of the Rules for the Carriage and Storage of Dangerous Goods in Ships (Ministry of Transport Ordinance No. 30 of 1957) and liquid dangerous goods in bulk provided in Article 2 Item (1)-2 of the Rule in consideration of the characteristics and the extent of danger.
 
(Application for Permission)
Article 13.
An application for the permission under the proviso of Article 22 of the Law shall be made to the Captain of the Port with information on the purpose, duration and desired place of berthing, and the kinds, quantity and safe-keeping measures of the dangerous goods.
Article 14.
An application for the permission under Article 23 Paragraph 1 of the Law shall be made to the Captain of the Port with information on the type, duration and place of the operation, and the kinds and quantity of the dangerous goods.
2. An application for the permission under Article 23 Paragraph 4 of the Law shall be made to the Captain of the Port with information on the purpose, method, duration and section of the transportation, and the kinds and quantity of the dangerous goods.
Article 15.
An application for the permission under Article 29 of the Law (including the cases to which the provisions mutatis mutandis apply under Article 37-3 of the Law) shall be made to the Captain of the Port with information on the purpose, method, meaning and duration of the private signals.
Article 16.
An application for the permission under Article 31 Paragraph 1 of the Law (including the cases to which the provisions mutatis mutandis apply under Article 37-3 of the Law) shall be made to the Captain of the Port with information on the purpose, method, duration and section or place of the construction or works.
Article 17.
An application for the permission under Article 32 of the Law shall be made to the Captain of the Port with information on the kind, purpose, method, duration and section or place of the event.
Article 18.
An application for the permission under Article 34 Paragraph 1 of the Law shall be made to the Captain of the Port with information on the kind and quantity of the cargo, and the purpose, method, duration and section or place of the operation.
Article 19.
The Captain of the Port may, if deems necessary, order that additional information designated by him other than that specified in each of the preceding six articles shall be included in each application for the permission. In the case of Article 15 and Article 16, the same shall apply to the Chief of a Coast Guard Office or a Coast Guard Station under Article 21.
 
(Report on Launching, etc.)
Article 20.
The area and the length of the vessel within a specified port under Article 33 shall be as stated in Annexed Table No. 3.
 
(Restriction on Vessels' Traffic, etc.)
Article 20-2.
The waterways prescribed by the Ministry of LIT Ordinance under Article 36-3 Paragraph 1 of the Law (including the cases to which the provisions mutatis mutandis apply under Article 37-3 of the Law) and the location of the signal stations, and the method and meanings of the signals under Article 36-3 Paragraph 3 of the Law (including the cases to which the provisions mutatis mutandis apply under Article 37-3 of the Law ) shall be as stated in Annexed Table No. 4.
 
(The Offices of Regional Coast Guard Headquarters under Article 37-3 of the Law)
Article 20-3.
The offices of Regional Coast Guard Headquarters under Article 37-3 of the Law shall be the Coast Guard Offices and Coast Guard Stations(only Stations prescribed in Article 22-2 particle 1 of the Regulations) specified in Article 21 of the Japan Coast Guard Organization Regulations (Ministry of Transport Ordinance No. 74 of 1952).
Article 21.
The report under Article 1 and Article 4 Paragraph 4 need not submit to the Captain of the Port, when it has obtained permission of the Captain of the Port in advance.
2. The provisions of Article 9 Paragraph 1, Article 21-2, Article 27, Article 27- 2 Paragraph 3, Article 27-3 Paragraph 3, Article 30, Article 31, Article 34, Article 36, Article 39 Paragraph 1, Article 40 and Article 48 Paragraphs 1, 2 and 3 shall not apply when it has obtained permission of the Captain of the Port in advance.
Chapter II. Special Rules for Individual Ports
 
Section 1. The Port of Kushiro
 
(Restriction on Towing)
Article 21-2.
When a vessel takes another vessel or any other object in tow in East Section 1 of the Port of Kushiro, the distance between the bow of the towing vessel and the after end of the tow shall not exceed 100 meters and the width of the tow shall not exceed 15 meters notwithstanding the provision of Article 9 Paragraph 1.
 
Section 1-2. The Port of Ena and the Port of Nakanosaku
 
(Special Navigation Rules)
Article 22.
In a case where a power-driven vessel is in danger of meeting another power-driven vessel at or in the vicinity of the entrance of the breakwater of the Port of Ena or the Port of Nakanosaku, the clearing power-driven vessel shall keep out of the way of the entering power-driven vessel inside the breakwater.

Section 1-3. The Port of Kashima
 
(Restriction on Anchoring)
Article 23.
No vessel may anchor or loose a vessel or any other object in tow in the sea area (hereafter referred to as "Kashima Waterway" in the following Article and Annexed Table No.4) surrounded by the line drawn from the point (hereafter referred to as "Point A" in this Article) 247゜430 meters from the northeastern extremity (35゜55'21"N, 140゜42'12"E) of Fukashiba Public Quay to the point 55゜900 meters, the line drawn thence to the point 35゜870 meters, the line drawn thence to the point 3゜30' 2,670 meters, the line drawn thence to the point 273゜30' 480 meters, the line drawn thence to the point 183゜30' 2,510 meters, the line drawn thence to the point 215゜ 940 meters, the line drawn thence to the point 235゜560 meters and the line drawn thence to Point A; except in the following cases:
(1) When the vessel intends to avoid marine accident;
(2) When the vessel is not under command;
(3) When the vessel is engaged in rescue of human life or vessels in imminent danger;
(4) When the vessel is engaged in construction or work with permission of the Captain of the Port under Article 31.
 
(Navigational Precautions)
Article 23-2.
A vessel of 15,000 gross tons or more (or a tanker of 1,000 gross tons or more which is loaded with crude oil, liquefied petroleum gas or any other liquid with an ignition point below 23℃ by closed up ignition-point-meter or in which it has not been confirmed by the master, after unloading materials generating inflammable or explosive vapor, and conducting gas check, that there is no danger of fire or explosion) intending to enter the Port of Kashima through Kashima Waterway shall notify the Captain of the Port of estimated time of arrival in the vicinity of the entrance of Kashima Waterway (when intending to depart the Port of Kashima through Kashima Waterway, estimated time of starting sailing) by noon of the day before the estimated date of arrival or starting sailing.
2. The vessel which has notification of estimated time under the preceding paragraph shall notify of any chage in the estimated time to the Captain of the Port without delay.
 
Section 1-4. The Port of Chiba
 
(Navigational Precautions)
Article 24.
A vessel of 10,000 gross tons or more (or a tanker of 1,000 gross tons or more) intending to enter the Port through Chiba Passage or Ichihara Passage shall notify the Captain of the Port of estimated time of arrival in the vicinity of the entrance of the Passage (when intending to depart from the Port through Chiba Passage or Ichihara Passage, estimated time of starting sailing) by noon of the day before the estimated date of arrival or starting sailing.
2. The vessel which has made notification of estimated time under the preceding paragraph shall notify of any chage in the estimated time to the Captain of the Port without delay.
 
Section 2. The Port of Keihin
 
(Restriction on Berthing)
Article 25.
Barges moored alongside other vessels in the Port of Keihin shall be under the following restrictions:
(1) shall be in tandem in Section I of Tokyo Quarter;
(2) shall not exceed three abreast in Section II of Tokyo Quarter and Sections I, II and III of Yokohama Quarter;
(3) shall not exceed two abreast in Section I of Kawasaki Quarter and Section IV of Yokohama Quarter.
 
(Restriction on Anchoring, etc.)
Article 26.
No vessel may anchor or let loose a vessel or any other object in tow in Section I of Kawasaki Quarter and Section IV of Yokohama Quarter, except in the following cases:
(1) When the vessel intends to avoid marine accident;
(2) When the vessel is not under command;
(3) When the vessel is engaged in rescue of human life or vessel in imminent danger;
(4) When the vessel is engaged in construction or works under the permission of the Captain of the Port in accordance with Article 31 of the Law.
 
(Restrictions on Towing)
Article 27.
A vessel towing miscellaneous vessels in the Port of Keihin shall be under the following restrictions notwithstanding the provision of Article 9 Paragraph 1.
(1) The distance between the bow of the towing vessel and the stern of the last tow shall not exceed 150 meters in rivers and canals of Tokyo Quarter (except Sumida River in Section 1, Arakawa River and Nakagawa Flood Control Canal);
(2) When the vessel tows laden miscellaneous vessels in Section I of Kawasaki Quarter and Section IV of Yokohama Quarter between 7 a. m. and sunset, the distance between the bow of the towing vessel and the stern of the last tow shall not exceed 150 meters.
 
(Special Navigation Rules)
Article 27-2.
In Tokyo West Passage, a vessel may, if there is enough space for safe passing, overtake another. A power-driven vessel intending to overtake another vessel on the starboard side of the latter shall sound on her whistle or siren one prolonged blast followed by one short blast and a power-driven vessel intending overtake another on the port side of the latter shall sound one prolonged blast following two short blasts.
2. The provision of the latter part of the preceding paragraph shall mutatis mutandis apply to a power-driven vessel which overtakes another vessel in Section I and rivers and canals in Tokyo Quarter.
3. A vessel of 500 gross tons or more shall not navigate westward through the south eastern area of the reclaimed land of No. 13 Ground II beyond the line drawn from the eastern extremity of the reclaimed land of No. 13 Ground II to the middle tip of the reclaimed land inside Central Breakwater (135゜36'13"N, 139゜48'7"E).
Article 27-3.
In Section I of Kawasaki Quarter and Section IV of Yokohama Quarter, a vessel shall not overtake another. However, this shall not apply to the case where there is enough space for safe passing.
2. A vessel of 500 gross tons or more shall not pass through Keihin Canal.
3. A vessel of 1,000 gross tons or more shall not navigate westward through Keihin Canal beyond the line drawn at 152゜ from the southwestern extremity (35゜30'04"N,139゜44'48"E) of Toa Kyoseki Quay, Mizue-cho, Kawasaki-shi to Higashi Ougishima.
4. In Keihin Canal, a vessel of 1,000 gross tons or more shall not swing her bow between 6:30 a. m. and 9:00 a. m.
 
(Navigational Precautions)
Article 28.
A power-driven vessel intending to enter Keihin Canal from another canal or enter another canal from Keihin Canal shall sound one prolonged blast on her whistle or siren at the point 150 meters before the connecting point of the two canals.
Article 29.
A vessel of 5,000 gross tons or more (or a tanker of 1,000 gross tons or more) intending to enter Section I of Kawasaki Quarter or Section IV of Yokohama Quarter through Tsurumi Passage or Kawasaki Passage shall sound two prolonged blasts on her whistle or siren in the vicinity of the entrance of the Passage (when intending to pass through Tsurumi Passage or Kawasaki Passage departing from Section I of Kawasaki Quarter or Section IV of Yokohama Quarter shall sound the same signal in the area in front of Sakai Canal or Kawasaki Power Station of Tokyo Electric Power Company).
2. A vessel of 5,000 gross tons or more (or a tanker of 1,000 gross tons or more) intending to enter through Tokyo East Passage, Tokyo West Passage or Yokohama Passage shall notify the Captain of the Port of estimated time of arrival in the vicinity of the entrance of the Passage (when intending to depart from the Port through the Passage, estimated time of starting operation) by noon of the day before the estimated date of arrival or the estimated date of starting operation.
3. A vessel of 1,000 gross tons or more intending to enter through Tsurumi Passage or Kawasaki Passage shall notify the Captain of the Port of estimated time of arrival in the vicinity of the entrance of the Passage (when intending to shift in the Section I of Kawasaki Quarter and Section IV of Yokohama Quarter (excluding the vessel shifting in the area other than Keihin Canal) or intending to depart from the Section through the Passage, estimated time of starting sailing) by noon of the day before the estimated date of arrival or starting sailing.
4. The vessel which has notified of the estimated time under the preceding two paragraphs shall notify the Captain of the Port of any change in the estimated time without delay.
 
Section 2-2. The Port of Nagoya
 
(Special Navigation Rules)
Article 29-2.
In East Passage, West Passage (except the area 500 meters on both sides from the line connecting the bending point of northern line of West Passage and the eastern bending point of southern line of the Passage) and North Passage, a vessel may, if there is enough space for safe passing, overtake another.
2. The provision of the latter part of Article 27-2 Paragraph 1 shall mutatis mutandis apply to a power-driven vessel which overtakes another vessel under the preceding paragraph.
3. When vessels are underway within the areas in the Passages which are specified in Paragraph 1, other vessels in the vicinity shall not enter the Passage from outside, leave the Passages to outside or cross the Passages.
4. In East Passage, West Passage and North Passage, a vessel of less than 500 gross tons shall proceed on the starboard side of the Passage.
5. When a meeting situation is anticipated between a vessel proceeding in East Passage and a vessel proceeding in West Passage or North Passage, the vessel proceeding in West Passage or North Passage shall keep out of the way of the vessel proceeding in East Passage.
6. When a meeting situation is anticipated in East Passage between a vessel proceeding in West Passage (Vessels that entered East Passage after sailing in West Passage are included, and the same shall apply hereinafter in this paragraph) and a vessel proceeding in North Passage (Vessels that entered East Passage after sailing in North Passage are included, and the same shall apply hereinafter in this paragraph), the vessel proceeding in West Passage shall keep out of the way of the vessel proceeding in North Passage.
 
(Navigational Precautions)
Article 29-3.
A vessel of 20,000 gross ton or more (or a tanker of 5,000 gross tons or more) intending to enter or depart from the Port through any of the following waterways shall notify the Captain of the Port of estimated time of arrival in the vicinity of the entrance of the passage when enterning the Port or of estimated time of starting operation when departing from the Port by noon of the day before estimated date of arrival or estimated date of starting operation.
(1) East Waterway (East Passage between a line drawn at 123゜30' from the point 211 degrees 3,820 meters from East Light (34゜59' 40" N., 136゜49' 22" E) on the Central Pier of the Flood-tide Breakwater of the Port of Nagoya and a line drawn at 123.5 degrees from the bending point of the western line of East Passage; The same definition applies in Annexed Table No. 4)
(2) West Waterway (West Passage to the south of the line connecting the bending point of the northern line of West Passage and the eastern bending point of the southern line of West Passage; The same definition applies in Annexed Table No. 4)
(3) North Waterway (North Passage to the north of the line drawn at 123.5 degrees from the point 175.5 degrees 750 meters from the Kaneshiro Signal Station (35゜01'54"N.,136゜50'57"E); The same definition applies in Annexed Table No. 4)
2. The vessel which has notified of the estimated time under the preceding paragraph shall notify the Captain of the Port of any change in the estimated time without delay.
 
Section 2-3. The Port of Yokkaichi
 
(Special Navigation Rules)
Article 29-4.
In the Port of Yokkaichi, when a meeting situation is anticipated between a vessel proceeding in Passage I and a vessel proceeding in Goki Passage, the vessel proceeding in Goki Passage shall keep out of the way of the vessel proceeding in Passage I.
 
(Navigational Precautions)
Article 29-5.
A vessel of 3,000 gross tons or more intending to enter through Passage I shall notify the Captain of the Port of estimated time of arrival in the vicinity of the entrance of the Passage (when intending to depart through Passage I or Goki Passage, estimated time of starting sailing) by noon of the day before the estimated date of arrival or starting sailing.
2. The vessel which has notified of the estimated time under the preceding paragraph shall notify the Captain of the Port of any change in the estimated time without delay.
 
Section 3. The Port of Osaka
 
(Restriction on Berthing)
Article 30.
In the rivers and canals in the Port of Osaka (The rivers and canals of the upper stream within the port area from each following line; the line drawn at 99 degrees from the point of 103 degrees 730 meters from Osaka North Port North Lighthouse (34゜40'12"N., 135゜24'20"E) to the opposite bank, the line drawn from Tenpozan Monument to the southern extremity of Sakura Shima Irihori Western Bank, the line drawn at 102.5 degrees from the eastern extremity of No. 3 Pier No. 8 Quay (34゜38'39"N, 135゜27'16"E) to the opposite bank, the line drawn both tips of the mouth of Kizugawa and the line drawn both tips of western mouth of canal of Kizugawa; hereafter the same), vessels shall be berthed or moored within the area 1/4 of the width of the rivers or canals from sides.
 
(Restriction on Towing)
Article 31.
Notwithstanding the provision of Article 9 Paragraph 1, a vessel towing miscellaneous vessels within the breakwater of the Port of Osaka shall be under the following restrictions.
(1) In the rivers and canals (except Kizugawa Canal) of the Port of Osaka, the distance between the bow of the towing vessel and the stern of the last tow shall not exceed 120 meters;
(2) In Kizugawa Canal, the distance between the bow of the towing vessel and the stern of the last tow shall not exceed 80 meters.
 
(Special Navigation Rules)
Article 32.
The latter part of Article 27-2 Paragraph 1 shall mutatis mutandis apply to a Power-driven vessel which overtakes another vessel in a river or a canal of the Port of Osaka.
 
(Navigational Precautions)
Article 33.
A vessel of 300 gross tons or more intending to enter through Kizugawa Canal west of Ofunabashi Bridge shall notify the Captain of the Port of estimated time of arrival in the vicinity of the entrance of Kizugawa Canal (when intending to depart through Kizugawa Canal west of Ofunabashi Bridge, estimated time of starting sailing) by noon of the day before the estimated date of arrival or starting sailing.
2. A vessel of 5,000 gross tons or more intending to enter through the sea area surrounded by the line drawn from the north extremity (34゜-36'-57"N, 135゜-25'-35"E) of A Quay of South Harbor to the point 284 degrees 1,780 meters, the line drawn thence to the point 14 degrees 270 meters, the line drawn thence to the point 104 degrees 1,570 meters and the line drawn thence to the north extremity of A Quay of South Harbor (hereafter referred to as "South Harbor Waterway" in this paragraph and Annexed Table No. 4) shall notify the Captain of the Port of estimated time of arrival in the vicinity of the entrance of South Harbor Waterway (when intending to depart through South Harbor Waterway, estimated time of starting sailing) by noon of the day before the estimated date of arrival or estimated date of starting sailing.
3. A vessel of 3,000 gross tons or more intending to enter Sakai-Senboku Section II or Sakai-Senboku Section III through Sakai South Passage east of the line drawn at 29 degrees from the point 301゜ 2,540 meters from Sakai Signal Station (hereafter referred to as "Sakai South Waterway" in this paragraph and Annexed Table No. 4) shall notify the Captain of the Port of estimated time of arrival in the vicinity of the entrance of Sakai South Waterway (when intending to depart from Sakai-Senboku Section II or Sakai-Senboku Section III through Sakai South Waterway, estimated time of starting sailing) by noon of the day before the estimated date of arrival or starting sailing.
4. A vessel of 10,000 gross tons or more intending to enter through Hamadera Passage east of the line drawn at 181 degrees from the point 262゜40' 2,755 meters from Hamadera Signal Station (hereafter referred to as "Hamadera Waterway" in this paragraph and Annexed Table No. 4) shall notify the Captain of the Port of estimated time of arrival in the vicinity of the entrance of Hamadera Waterway (when intending to depart through Hamadera Waterway, estimated time of starting sailing) by noon of the day before the estimated date of arrival or starting sailing.
5. The vessel which has notified of the estimated time under the preceding four paragraphs shall notify the Captain of the Port of any change in the estimated time without delay.
 
Section 4. The Port of Kobe
 
(Restriction on Berthing)
Article 34.
Within the breakwater of the Port of Kobe, barges alongside a vessel which is moored to a quay, a pier or a jetty shall not exceed two abreast and barges alongside any other vessel shall not exceed three abreast.
 
(Navigational Precautions)
Article 35.
A vessel of 15,000 gross tons or more (or tanker of 1,000 gross tons or more) intending to enter through the Third Passage shall notify the Captain of the Port of estimate time of arrival in the vicinity of the entrance of the Passage (when intending to depart through the Third Passage, estimated time of starting sailing) by noon of the day before the estimated date of arrival or starting sailing.
2. A vessel which has notified of the estimated time under the preceding paragraph shall notify the Captain of the Port of any change in the estimated time without delay.
 
Section 4-2. The Port of Onomichi-Itozaki
 
(Restriction on Berthing)
Article 36.
In Section III of the Port of Onomichi-Itozaki, no vessel may be moored to the sides of a vessel moored to a quay or a pier.
 
Section 4-3. The Port of Takamatsu
 
(Restrictions on Anchoring, etc.)
Article 37.
No vessel may anchor or let loose a vessel or any other object in tow in the sea area (except Passages) surrounded by the line drawn from Asahicho Breakwater Light of the Port of Takamatsu (34゜21'26"N., 134゜03'41"E) of Asahicho Breakwater to the point 280゜665 meters, the line drawn thence to 212゜, the line drawn from northeastern extremity of Kitahama-cho at 37゜ and shorelines, except in the following cases:

(1) When the vessel intends to avoid marine accident;
(2) When the vessel is not under command;
(3) When the vessel is engaged in rescue of human life or vessel in imminent danger;
(4) When the vessel is engaged in construction or work with permission of the Captain of the Port under Article 31.
 
Section 4-4. The Port of Kochi
 
(Navigational Precautions)
Article 38.
A vessel of 1,000 gross tons or more (or a tanker of 500 gross tons or more) intending to enter through the Passage south of the line drawn at 90 degrees from Mimase Light (33゜30'14"N., 133゜33'44"E) of the Port of Kochi (hereafter referred to as "Kochi Waterway" in this paragraph and Annexed Table No. 4) shall notify the Captain of the Port of estimated time of arrival in the vicinity of the entrance of Kochi Waterway (when intending to depart through Kochi Waterway, estimated time of starting sailing) by noon of the day before the estimated date of arrival or starting sailing.
2. A vessel which has notified of the estimated time under the preceding paragraph shall notify the Captain of the Port of any change in the estimated time without delay.
 
Section 5. The Port of Kanmon
【本 】
(Anchoring Rules)
Article 39.
A vessel of 500 gross tons or more shall, when anchors in Moji Quarter or Tanoura Quarter, anchor with twin anchors.
2. Notwithstanding the provision of the preceding paragraph, the Captain of the Port may, if deems necessary, order vessels anchoring within the Port of Moji to anchor with twin anchors.
 
(Restriction on Towing)
Article 40.
In addition to following restrictions under Article 9 paragraph 1, a vessel towing miscellaneous vessels in Kanmon Passage shall tow them in tandem.
 
(Special Navigation Rules)
Article 41.
Vessels in the Port of Kanmon shall comply with the following navigation rules:
(1) A power-driven vessel intending to proceed westward through Hayatomo Seto shall enter the area north of the line drawn from Moji Saki Lighthouse (33゜57'32"N., 130゜57'55"E) to the top of Manju Shima Island before reaching the line drawn from the top of Mt. Hinoyama to Hesaki Lighthouse and a power-driven vessel intending to proceed eastward through Hayatomo Seto shall enter the area north of the line drawn from Moji Saki Lighthouse to the southern extremity of Ganryujima Island before reaching the line drawn from Shimonoseki Leading Light (33゜57'28"N., 130゜57'17" E) to the top of Mt. Misumiyama. However, a power-driven vessel of less than 100 gross tons may deviate from these navigation rules: except in the case whire she cannot proceed close to Mojo Saki in this case, she shall proceed as closely as possible to Moji Saki, and in a meeting situation with another vessel, one vessel shall pass the other starboard to starboard in case of easterly tidal current and port to port in other cases.
(2) A power-driven vessel proceeding through Hayatomo Seto under the principal clause of the preceding item shall pass another power-driven vessel proceeding through Hayatomo Seto under the proviso of the preceding item in accordance with the following:
The east bound vessel shall pass always on her starboard side;
The west bound vessel shall pass always on her port side.
A power-driven vessel proceeding through Hayatomo Seto under the proviso of the preceding item shall pass another power-driven vessel proceeding through Hayatomo Seto under the principal clause of the preceding item in accordance with the following: The west bound vessel shall pass always on her starboard side; The east bound vessel shall pass always on her port side.
(3) A power-driven vessel proceeding through Hayatomo Seto against tidal current shall keep her speed not less than 3 knots exceeding the speed of the current.
(4) In Kanmon Passage, a vessel may, if there is enough space for safe passing, overtake another. A power-driven vessel intending to overtake another on the starboard side of the latter shall sound on her whistle or siren one prolonged blast followed by one short blast, and a vessel intending to overtake another on the port side of the latter shall sound one prolonged blast followed by two short blasts.
(5) In Wakamatsu Passage and Oku-Dokai Passage, a vessel of 500 gross tons or more shall keep to the central part of the Passage and other vessels shall keep to the starboard side of the Passage.
(6) When there is a danger of meeting situation between a vessel proceeding Kanmon Passage and a vessel proceeding in Sunatsu Passage, Tobata Passage, Wakamatsu Passage or Kanmon No. 2 Passage (hereafter referred to as "Sunatsu Passage, etc." in this item), the vessel proceeding in Sunatsu Passage, etc. shall keep out of the way of the vessel proceeding in Kanmon Passage.
(7) When there is a danger of meeting situation between a vessel proceeding in Kanmon No.2 Passage and a vessel proceeding in Anse Passage, the vessel proceeding in Anse Passage shall keep out of the way of the vessel proceeding in Kanmon No.2 Passage.
(8) When there is a danger of meeting situation in Kanmon Passage between a vessel proceeding in Kanmon No.2 Passage and a vessel proceeding in Wakamatsu Passage, the vessel proceeding in Wakamatsu Passage shall keep out of the way of the vessel proceeding in Kanmon No.2 Passage.
(9) When there is a danger of meeting situation in Kanmon on Passage between a vessel proceeding in Tobata Passage and a vessel proceeding in Wakamatsu Passage, the vessel proceeding in Wakamatsu Passage shall keep out of the way of the vessel proceeding in Tobata Passage.
(10) When there is a danger of meeting situation between a vessel proceeding in Wakamatsu Passage and a vessel proceeding in Oku-Dokai Passage, the vessel proceeding in Oku-Dokai Passage shall keep out of the way of the vessel proceeding in Wakamatsu Passage.
2. The direction of tidal current under the preceding paragraph Item (1) shall be indicated by means of tidal signal at Hinoyamashita Tidal Current Signal Station (33゜57'54"N., 130゜57'50"E)
Article 42.
In Wakamatsu Passage, a vessel towing miscellaneous vessels or other objects shall not cross the area of the Passage between the line drawn at 344゜ from the signal pole of Tobata Signal Station and the line drawn at 311゜30' from the point 223゜1,835 meters from Wakamatsu Ko-Ko Signal Station.
 
(Navigational Precautions)
Article 43.
A vessel of 10,000 gross tons or more (or tanker of 3.000 gross tons or more) intending to navigate through Kanmon Passage between the western line of Kanmon Bridge and the line drawn at 130゜ from Hinoyamashita Tidal Current Signal Station* shall notify the Captain of the port of estimated time of arrival in the vicinity of the entrance of Hayatomoseto Waterway by noon of the day before the estimated day of passing.
* (hereafter referred to as "Hayatomoseto Waterway" in this paragraph and Annex table No. 4)
2. A vessel of 1,000 gross tons or more intending to enter Seitetsu Tobata Anchorage through Tobata Passage shall notify the Captain of the Port of estimated time of arrival in the vicinity of the entrance of the Passage (when intending to depart from the Seitetsu Tobata Anchorage through Tobata Passage, estimated time of starting operation) by noon of the day before the estimated date of arrival or starting operation.
3. A vessel of 300 gross tons or more intending to enter through Wakamatsu Passage west of the line drawn at 349゜ from the point 184゜30' 1,335 meters from Wakamatsu Ko-Ko Signal Station (hereafter referred to as "Wakamatsu Waterway" in this paragraph and Annexed Table No. 4) shall notify the Captain of the Port of estimated time of arrival in the vicinity of the entrance of Wakamatsu Waterway (when intending to depart through Wakamatsu Passage or Oku-Dokai Passage, estimated time of starting operation) by noon of the day before the estimated date of arrival or starting operation.
4. A vessel which has notified of the estimated time in accordance with the preceding three paragraphs shall notify the Captain of the Port of any change in the estimated time without delay.
 
(Restriction on Zigzag Sailing)
Article 44.
A sailing vessel shall not sail zigzag in Moji Quarter, Shimonoseki Quarter, Nishiyama Quarter and Wakamatsu Quarter.
 
Section 5-2. The Port of Hakata
 
(Special Navigation Rules)
Article 45.
When a meeting situation is anticipated in the Port of Hakata between a vessel proceeding in Central Passage and a vessel proceeding in East Passage, the vessel proceeding in East Passage shall keep out of the way of the vessel proceeding in Central Passage.
 
Section 6. The Port of Nagasaki
 
(Restriction on Zigzag Sailing)
Article 46.
A sailing vessel shall not sail zigzag in Section I and Section II of the Port of Nagasaki.
 
Section 7. The Port of Sasebo
 
(Navigational Precautions)
Article 47.
A vessel of 500 gross tons or more intending to enter the Port through the Passage west of the line drawn from the top of Mt. Konpira to Takasaki-hana (hereafter referred to as "Sasebo Waterway" in this Article and Annexed Table No. 4) shall notify the Captain of the Port of estimated time of arrival in the vicinity of the entrance of Sasebo Waterway (when intending to depart from the Port through Sasebo Waterway, estimated time of starting operation) by noon of the day before the estimated date of arrival or starting operation.
2. A vessel which has notified in accordance with the preceding paragraph shall notify the Captain of the Port of any change in the estimated time without delay.
 
Section 8. The Port of Hososhima
 
(Restriction on Mooring)
Article 48.
In the sea area surrounded by the line drawn from northeastern extremity of the embankment of Hyuga Refinery to the point 84゜500 meters (hereafter referred to as "Line A" in this Section), the line drawn from the southeastern extremity of the embankment of Toyo Soda Industry Co., Ltd. to the point 129゜300 meters (hereafter referred to as "Line B" in this Article) and the coast line north of Line B; a vessel shall not be moored to the sides of another vessel.
2. In the sea area surrounded by Line B and the coast line, and in the sea area (except fishing vessels' basin; the same in the following Article) surrounded by the line drawn at 0゜ from the eastern extremity of Bansho Hana (hereafter referred to as "Line C" in this Section) and the coast line; vessels moored to the sides of other vessels shall not be more than three abreast.
3. In the sea area prescribed in the preceding two paragraphs, a vessel of 500 gross tons or more shall not have only her stern moored to a mooring facility.
 
(Restriction on Anchoring, etc.)
Article 49.
In the sea area (except Passage) surrounded by Line A and the coast line, and in the sea area surrounded by Line C and the coast line; a vessel shall not anchor or let loose a vessel or any other object in tow, except in the following cases:
(1) When the vessel intends to avoid marine accident;
(2) When the vessel is not under command;
(3) When the vessel is engaged in rescue of human life or a vessel in imminent danger;
(4) When the vessel is engaged in construction or work under the permission of the Captain of the Port in accordance with Article 31 of the Law.
 
Section 9. The Port of Naha
 
(Restriction on Anchoring, etc.)
Article 50.
In the sea area surrounded by the line drawn to the point 309゜785 meters from the point 128゜1445 meters from the First Breakwater Southern Lighthouse of New Port of the Port of Naha (26゜13'13"N., 127゜39'12"E), the line drawn thence to the point 219 degrees 300 meters, the line drawn thence to Starboard Light (26゜12'34"N., 127゜39'54"E) of the Port of Naha and the coast line; and in the downstream area of Meiji Bashi Bridge of Kokuba Gawa River (referred to as "Naha Waterway" in Paragraph 1 of the following Article and Annexed Table No. 4); a vessel shall not anchor or let loose a vessel or any other object in tow, except in the following cases:
(1) When the vessel intends to avoid marine accident;
(2) When the vessel is not under command;
(3) When the vessel is engaged in rescue of human life or a vessel in imminent danger;
(4) When the vessel is engaged in construction or work under the permission of the Captain of the Port in accordance with Article 31 of the Law.
 
(Navigational Precautions)
Article 51.
A vessel of 500 gross tons or more intending to enter through Naha Waterway shall notify the Captain of the Port of estimated time of arrival in the vicinity of the entrance of Naha Waterway (when intending to depart through Naha Waterway, estimated time of starting operation) by noon of the day before the estimated date of arrival or starting operation.
2. A vessel which has notified of the estimated time under the preceding paragraph shall notify the Captain of the Port of any change in the estimated time without delay.
Supplementary Provisions (Omitted)
Annexed Tables (Omitted)








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