Atlantic Pilotage Authority Regulations
C.R.C., c. 1264
Regulations Respecting the Establishment, Operation, Maintenance and Administration of Pilotage Services within the Atlantic Pilotage Authority Region
2. In these Regulations,
“Act” means the Pilotage Act; (Loi)
“Authority” means the Atlantic Pilotage Authority; (Administration)
- “Board of Examiners”
“Board of Examiners” means the persons appointed pursuant to subsection 17(3) to conduct examinations for any class of licence or pilotage certificate; (jury d'examen)
- “deck watch officer”
“deck watch officer” means a person who has the immediate charge of the navigation and security of a ship, but does not include a pilot; (officier de quart à la passerelle)
- “gross registered tons”
“gross registered tons”[Repealed, SOR/2006-73, s. 1]
- “gross tons”
“gross tons” means gross tonnage as defined in section 2 of the Canada Shipping Act; (jauge brute)
“movage” means the moving of a ship within a pilotage area, whether the ship is moved from one berth to another or is returned to the same berth, but does not include the warping of a ship from one berth to another solely by means of mooring lines attached to a wharf, to the shore or to a mooring buoy, unless a pilot is employed. (déplacement)
- “offshore supply vessel”
“offshore supply vessel” means a highly manoeuvrable ship that is designed for the supply of offshore oil and gas installations; (navire ravitailleur en mer)
- “pilot dispatch office”
“pilot dispatch office” means the Atlantic Pilotage Authority Dispatch Office as set out in the most recent annual edition of the Notices to Mariners, published by the Department of Fisheries and Oceans. (bureau d’affectation des pilotes)
- SOR/2006-73, s. 1.
COMPULSORY PILOTAGE AREAS
3. The areas described in the schedule are hereby established as compulsory pilotage areas within the region of the Authority.
- SOR/2009-78, s. 1(E).
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