Code of Federal Regulations Title 50. Wildlife and Fisheries § 50.300.173 Vessel identification
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Each U.S. vessel fishing under the Treaty must be marked for identification purposes, as follows:
(b) A vessel not used to fish on the high seas within the Convention Area as defined in § 300.211 must be marked in accordance with either:
(2) The vessel's name and U.S. Coast Guard Documentation number (or if not documented, the state registration number) followed by the letter U must be prominently displayed where they are clearly visible both from the air and from a surface vessel. Numerals and the letter U must meet the size requirements of § 660.704 of this title. Markings must be legible and of a color that contrasts with the background.
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