(e) “Trailered vessel” means any vessel as defined in 645-2.1(c)(a) which istowed by another vehicle. The term includes a vessel’s motor, trailer,compartments, and any other associated equipment or containers that routinely orreasonably could be expected to contain, or come into contact with water. Trailered vessel does not include seaplanes, hand-launched rafts, kayaks, bellyboards, float tubes, canoes, row boats, windsurfer boards, sail boards, inner tubes,standup paddleboards or similar devices.(f) “Vessel inspection control seal (VICS)” means a device, authorized by theCommission to verify that vessels have met the requirements of this subpart.(g) “Vessel inspection technician (VIT)” means a person who is certified by theCommission to provide services in the form of inspections only, or both inspections anddecontamination.
Section 646-8.4 Prohibitions
(a) No person shall transport or introduce aquatic invasive species into the LakeGeorge Park by any means, including but not limited to aquaculture, aquarium dump,animal release, trailered boats, non-motorized vessels, docks, construction equipment,fishing equipment, and bait.(b) No person shall provide inaccurate or false information to Commission personnelor VIT concerning prior launches, introduction of aquatic invasive species, launchregistration, or any other information required to be provided pursuant to this subpart.(c) No person shall alter or modify any vessel inspection and invasive control sealused by the Commission or any VIT.(d) No person shall operate a launch without maintaining launch records as requiredby this Subpart.(e) No person shall launch or allow or cause to be launched any trailered vesselwithout having demonstrated compliance with vessel inspections, decontamination andadministration as set forth in Section 646-8.5 of this Subpart.
Section 646-8.5 Vessel Inspections, Decontamination and Administration
(a) Unless exempted under Paragraph (c) below, prior to launch into the waters of the Lake George Park, all trailered vessels shall be inspected by a VIT to detect thepresence of, and prevent the introduction of, aquatic invasive species. Non-traileredvessels may be subject to inspection prior to entering the waters of the Lake GeorgePark if determined necessary by the Commission or any VIT.