Everyone on board a PWC must wear a USCG-approved Type I, II, III, or V PFD. Children under 7 years of age must wear a USCG-approved Type I, II, III, or V PFD at all times while on board any… Full Answer
US - on private waterways/lakes. Some states do not require PFDs at all. On USCG patrolled waters - it depends on the size of the boat, there is a foot length or displacement, over which passengers are not required to… Full Answer
Florida Law Requires any person under the age of 21 to complete a boater education course prior to operating a vessel powered by a motor of 10 horsepower or greater. Each individual on a boat must have a life jacket… Full Answer
Generally, those 16 years old and younger must, by law, wear a PFD. There are other laws that vary from state to state that regulate the number and use of PFD's, so you should refer to the published boating regulations… Full Answer
Yes, under US and Canadian Coast Guard regulations, any vessel having an inboard engine (or an outboard with any closed compartments aboard) must have at least one Class B portable extinguisher, i.e., a USCG-approved B-I.