well if it is a boat yes.
If the motor is over 15 horsepower and over 3.7 metres you would need a boat licence.
do you need a boat licence for a 5hp outboard
I am pretty sure that you need a licence to operate a boat. So unless they have a boat licence the answer is no.
you do need a licence to drive a boat in Maryland
does a private owner of a small boat need to licence a boat under 30ft.
There is no such thing as a boat driving licence
Motor homes which are fitted in small truck or light motor vehicles need no special licence. For driving the motor-homes or RVs which are on heavy motor vehicle will need heavy vehicle driving licence
A Licence is something you pay for, it is payment for "permission" to drive a boat, etc. A "Skippers Ticket" in WA is proof that you have the competence to do it. Once you have the Skippers Ticket, you can drive a Recreational Boat in WA. You do not need to keep paying a fee to the Govt, because it is not a licence. In WA to drive a recreational boat you just need to prove you are competent - and off you go. In some states of Australia you need to keep paying a Licence, for permission to drive a boat.
If you going to put a boat into a waterway in Victoria, you will need a boating licence.
It is not the size of the boat if you need a licence it is your age and every state has different rules so check that out. The size of the boat matters when it comes to what the boat must carry like lifevests.
It can run on a motor, but it is designed as a sail boat.
You need a boat license if your boat is fitted with an auxiliary motor or an inboard motor. If you are in a canoe, kayak, or rowboat, you do not need a license. Check the website via Google for more information.
You certainly do.
No license is required to operate a watercraft in Michigan.
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No. It is not large enough to be considered a motor vehicle.
You do not need a pleasure craft licence unless it is using 10 or more hp. You will, however, need an operator's licence.
I think so, but you need a boating licence.
If it has a motor you neen a licence
It really depends on the state that you are in. There are different rules and regulations. In Kentucky, where I live, you have to license "anything" with a trolling motor no matter what (inflatable boat, canoe, etc.) It seems kind of silly though!
You need a driving licence to drive any motor vehicle on a public road. If you mean "do you need a special licence to drive an RV" then the answer is not usually, a regular licence is good enough .