Chapter 220-6 - Boat Registration And Numbering (Alabama Administrative Code)

Vessel identification numbers
Applications for vessel identification numbers
Placement of vessel identification numbers
Vessels used on private ponds
Transfer of vessel ownership
Boating accident reports
Traffic "rules of the road."
Signal devices required
Navigation lights required
Fire extinguishers required
Personal flotation devices required
Emergency shut-off switch required
Ventilation requirements
Horsepower limitations
Load capacity
Capacity plate to be affixed
Permit for marine events required
Pfd required for skiers
Aids to navigation and regulatory markers
Pfd to be worn below dam
Operator's age
Flame arrestor
Noise level restriction
Swimming area at gulf shores
Operating a vessel or other device while impaired by alcohol or controlled substances
Rearview mirrors on personal watercraft
Fleeing or attempting to elude marine police officer
Altering or defacing of boater certification (license)
Point system - operation of vessels
Examination for boat operator's certification
Boater safety certification/vessel operating privilege suspension period guidelines - section 33-5-75(k)
Idle speed zones for certain gulf waters
Securing of marine sanitation devices
Prohibition of certain lights
Bird island/walker island vessel restriction
Lake permit regulation
Closure to vessels and watercraft - portion of gulf waters adjacent to certain pier
Disposal of trash, garbage, or plastics from a vessel
Marine sanitation device (msd) inspections and appointment of special agents
Old river/rabbit island vessel restrictions
Three mile creek vessel restrictions

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