2017 Florida Statutes
Collisions, accidents, and casualties.
Written reports of accidents.
Accident report forms.
Transmittal of information.
Vessel declared dangerous instrumentality; civil liability.
Reckless or careless operation of vessel.
Divers; definitions; divers-down warning device required; obstruction to navigation of certain waters; penalty.
Incapacity of operator.
Boating under the influence; penalties; “designated drivers.”
Tests for alcohol, chemical substances, or controlled substances; implied consent; refusal.
Penalty for failure to submit to test.
Blood test for impairment or intoxication in cases of death or serious bodily injury; right to use reasonable force.
Presumption of impairment; testing methods.
Operation of vessels by persons under 21 years of age who have consumed alcoholic beverages.
Refusal to submit to testing; penalties.
Mandatory adjudication; prohibition against accepting plea to lesser included offense.
Water skis, parasails, aquaplanes, kiteboarding, kitesurfing, and moored ballooning regulated.
Skiing prohibited while intoxicated or under influence of drugs.
Personal watercraft regulated.
Boating safety identification cards.
Uniform waterway markers.
Uniform waterway regulatory markers.
Pilot program for regulation of mooring vessels outside of public mooring fields.
Vessels at risk of becoming derelict on waters of this state.
Anchoring of vessels in anchoring limitation areas.
Anchoring or mooring prohibited; exceptions; penalties.
Mooring to or damaging of uniform waterway markers prohibited.
Silver Glen Run and Silver Glen Springs; navigation channel.
Interference with navigation; relocation or removal; recovery of costs.
Protection zones for springs.
Safety zones, security zones, regulated navigation areas, and naval vessel protection zones; prohibited entry; penalties.
Competitive grant programs.
Regattas, races, marine parades, tournaments, or exhibitions.
Testing vessels and vessel motors.
Vessel safety regulations; equipment and lighting requirements.
Maximum loading and horsepower.
Liveries; safety regulations; penalty.
Safety and marine sanitation equipment inspections; qualified.
Local regulations; limitations.
Carriage of gasoline on vessels.
Enforcement of this chapter and chapter 328.
Mandatory education for violators.
Uniform boating citations.
Boating Advisory Council.
Compilation of statistics on boating accidents and violations.