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PART ONE: Mandatory Boating Education and Certification
Have Questions About Boating in Connecticut?
Safe Boating Certificate or Certificate of Personal Watercraft Operation
DEP Processing Offices
Obtaining a Boating Certificate (SBC or CPWO)
Equivalency Examination
Limited Durational Certificates
Duplicate Certificate
Temporary Certificate
Reciprocity
Approved Boating Courses
PART TWO: Registration
Vessel Registration
Position of Registration Number and Validation Decals
Vessels Numbered by Other States and Reciprocity
Certificate to Be On Board
Taxability of Vessels and Trailers
Hull Identification Number (HIN)
Change of Address
Boat Rentals
PART THREE: Safety Equipment Information
Connecticut Life Jacket and Personal Flotation Device (PFD) Laws
Visual Distress Signals (VDS)
Expired Flare Disposal
Fire Extinguishers
Backfire Flame Arrestors
Ventilation
Whistle (Horn) and Bell
Mufflers (Noise Levels)
Trailering Your Boat
Courtesy
PART FOUR: Boating and Environmental Awareness
Connecticut’s Clean Marina Program
Connecticut’s Clean Boater Program
Boat Hull Maintenance
MARPOL Regulations
Marine Sanitation Devices (MSDs)
No Discharge Areas
Aquatic Nuisance Species (ANS)
Pumpout Facilities Directory 2011
PART FIVE: Boating Regulations
Enforcement
Definitions of Terms
Restricted Safety and Security Zones
Restricted Operating Distances and Speed Areas
Speed Regulations
Reckless Operation
Age Restrictions
Hazardous Conditions
Mooring to Buoys
Overloading
Riding on Decks or Gunwales
Diving and Underwater Operations
Water-skiing, Parasailing and Wing-In-Ground (WIG) Vessel
Personal Watercraft Restrictions
Boat Disposal
Boating Education Assistant Program
Transient Boater/Tie-Up Available
Prohibited Activities at Boat Launches
Local Regulations and Public Boat Launches
TIDAL WATERS (Listed by Town)
LAKES, PONDS AND INLAND STREAMS
PART SEVEN: Rules of the Road and Navigation
U.S. Aids to Navigation
State Markers
The Sound Signals
Anchor Lights
High Speed Ferries
Navigation Lights (Underway)
Navigation Rules
PART EIGHT: Safety Information
Tides and Currents
2011 TIDE TABLE - Old Saybrook
Canoe and Kayak Safety
The Coastal Boater Endorsement Program
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