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If it's below the waterline call:
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Federal Requirements and Safety Tips for Recreational Boats

This section contains information about Federal laws, equipment requirements, and safety recommendations for recreational vessels. Minimum federal requirements appear in dark green and italics. It is imperative that you understand that the Federal Equipment Requirements:

* Are minimum requirements (Additional safety equipment is recommended).
* Do not guarantee the complete safety of the vessel or its passengers.
* Are to be viewed as conservative and not absolute.

In addition to the requirements stated in this guide, the owner/operator may be required to comply with additional regulations and/or laws specific to the state in which the vessel is registered or operated. To ensure compliance with state boating laws, you should contact the appropriate boating agency in your area. A vessel in compliance with the laws of the state of registration may not meet the requirements of another state where the vessel is being operated.