A person shall not operate a PWC at any time between sunset and sunrise unless equipped with navigational lights that are in accordance with USCG regulations.
PWC must be operated in a careful and responsible manner. For example, it is illegal for PWC operators to:
- Weave the PWC through congested waterway traffic.
- Jump the wake of another vessel when visibility is obstructed.
- Operate in a manner that requires swerving at the last possible moment to avoid collision.
- Chase, harass, or disturb wildlife with your PWC.
PWC operators should avoid operating around fishermen, anchored vessels, or swimmers.