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California Code, Harbors and Navigation Code - HNC § 70.5

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(a) The following are harbors of safe refuge:

(1) Bodega Bay Harbor.

(2) Channel Islands Harbor.

(3) Crescent City Harbor.

(4) Dana Point Harbor.

(5) Fort Bragg Harbor.

(6) Humboldt Bay Harbor.

(7) Kings Harbor.

(8) Marina del Rey Harbor.

(9) Monterey Harbor.

(10) Morro Bay Harbor.

(11) Moss Landing.

(12) Newport Beach Harbor.

(13) Oceanside Harbor.

(14) Pillar Point Harbor.

(15) Port San Luis Harbor.

(16) Santa Barbara Harbor.

(17) Santa Cruz Harbor.

(18) Ventura Harbor.

(b) The use of any harbor listed in subdivision (a) for safe refuge purposes is subject to the suitability of that location as a harbor of safe refuge as determined by the cognizant Officer in Charge, Marine Inspection, United States Coast Guard, as described in the definition of “harbor of safe refuge” in Section 175.400 of Title 46 of the Code of Federal Regulations.

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