(a) A ferry or passenger vessel, excluding cruise ships, may designate areas within the
vessel as employee access areas.
(b) An employee access area is a defined space, within the area over which the owner
or operator has implemented security measures for access control, of a ferry or passenger
vessel that is open only to employees and not to passengers. It is not a secure area and does not require a TWIC for unescorted access.
(c) Employee access areas may not include any areas defined as restricted areas in the
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