§ 1201 Statement of purpose
§ 1202 Definitions
§ 1203 Radiotelephone requirement
§ 1204 Radiotelephone for exclusive use of master, person in charge, or pilot; frequency listening watch; portable radiotelephone equipment
§ 1205 Radiotelephone capability; maintenance; restoration; consequences of loss: navigation of vessel
§ 1206 Exemptions; terms and conditions
§ 1207 Regulations
§ 1208 Penalties

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