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1. 327.395 f.s.
Abstract: F.S. 327.395 327.395 Boating safety education.—(1) A person born on or after January 1, 1988, may not operate a vessel powered by a motor of 10 horsepower or greater unless such person has in his or her possession aboard the vessel photographic identification and a boating safety identification car

2. 327.46 f.s.
Abstract: F.S. 327.46 327.46 Boating-restricted areas.—(1) Boating-restricted areas, including, but not limited to, restrictions of vessel speeds and vessel traffic, may be established on the waters of this state for any purpose necessary to protect the safety of the public if such restrictions are necessary

3. 327.803 f.s.
Abstract: F.S. 327.803 327.803 Boating Advisory Council.—(1) The Boating Advisory Council is created within the Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission and shall be composed of 18 members. The members include:(a) One representative from the Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, who shall serve as the

4. 327.54 f.s.
Abstract: F.S. 327.54 327.54 Liveries; safety regulations; penalty.—(1) A livery may not knowingly lease, hire, or rent a vessel to any person:(a) When the number of persons intending to use the vessel exceeds the number considered to constitute a maximum safety load for the vessel as specified on the author

5. 327.70 f.s.
Abstract: F.S. 327.70 327.70 Enforcement of this chapter and chapter 328.—(1) This chapter and chapter 328 shall be enforced by the Division of Law Enforcement of the Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission and its officers, the sheriffs of the various counties and their deputies, municipal police officers

6. 379.208 f.s.
Abstract: F.S. 379.208 379.208 Marine Resources Conservation Trust Fund; purposes.—(1) The Marine Resources Conservation Trust Fund within the Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission shall serve as a broad-based depository for funds from various marine-related and boating-related activities and shall be ad

7. 20.331 f.s.
Abstract: F.S. 20.331 1 20.331 Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission.—(1) RIGHTS AND PRIVILEGES.—The Legislature, recognizing the Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission as being specifically authorized by the State Constitution under s. 9, Art. IV, grants rights and privileges to the commission, as co

8. 327.731 f.s.
Abstract: F.S. 327.731 327.731 Mandatory education for violators.—(1) A person convicted of a criminal violation under this chapter, convicted of a noncriminal infraction under this chapter if the infraction resulted in a reportable boating accident, or convicted of two noncriminal infractions as specified i

9. 327.49 f.s.
Abstract: F.S. 327.49 327.49 Testing vessels and vessel motors.—Subject to reasonable rules adopted by the commission, manufacturers of vessels and vessel motors that operate vessel and vessel motor test facilities may be authorized to test such vessels, vessel motors, or combinations thereof, on the waters

10. 327.71 f.s.
Abstract: F.S. 327.71 327.71 Exemption.—The commission may, if it finds that federal law imposes less restrictive requirements than provided herein or if it determines that boating safety will not be adversely affected, issue temporary exemptions from any provision of this chapter or rules established hereun

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