Frequently Asked Question Friday – Navigation Rules and Regulations Handbook

Friday, February 20, 2015

Navrules_lgWhere can I get a copy of the Coast Guard Navigation Rules and Regulations Handbook?

A free electronic copy of the Coast Guard Navigation Rules and Regulations Handbook (ISBN: 9780160925665) is available here. The government printed version is listed at the U.S. Government Bookstore, call Tel: 202-512-1800 or email ContactCenter@gpo.gov for further information. Commercial facsimiles are also available but the Coast Guard does not attest to their veracity.

DOD activities and federal agencies may submit electronic orders for the Handbook  (i.e. on the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency’s (NGA) Marine Safety-Digital Nautical Publication Quarterly CD-ROM Update) via Military/Federal Standard Requisitioning and Issue Procedures (MILSTRIP/FEDSTRIP, National Stock No. 7644015310779, NGA Ref. No. CDPUBQTLY). For further information, contact the Defense Logistics Agency at 800-826-0342 or 804-279-6500; DSN 695-6500; fax 804-279-6524.

The Handbook’s predecessor, Commandant Instruction M16672.2D, NAVIGATION RULES: International-Inland (ISBN: 9780160500572) can also be downloaded here: as published (3/25/99), its corrigendum, corrigendum with reference sources, or its last corrected version (7/1/13).

Have there been any changes to Navigation Rules? Yes. The changes are available here.

 

Comments


  1. Roger B. Fournier says:

    DEAR SIR OR MADAM,

    I ROGER B. FOURNIER STATE THE COAST GUARD DID A FINE JOB! WITH THE REVISED VERSION OF NAVIGATION RULES & REGULATIONS HANDBOOK.

    THANK YOU FOR YOUR SERVICE TO THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,

    ROGER B. FOURNIER

  2. LaPlause Moore II says:

    Good morning, my name is LaPlause. I work at subase Groton, CT and I was wondering if I could get a quote for 6 Rules of the Road Navigation books. If I could get an answer back as soon as possible I would really appreciate it.


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