Mooring, Interfering With Buoys, and Securing Vessels
These laws also apply to vessels in Ohio.
- Mooring: No person shall moor or anchor in any designated speed zone or water-skiing zone.
- Interfering With Buoys: No person shall climb on, swim or hang on, dive off, tie a watercraft to, injure, sink, disconnect from its anchor, damage, deface, or interfere with any buoy or other aid to navigation.
- Securing of Docked and Anchored Vessels: No person shall leave any vessel anchored, or in any dock space or tie-up space, without first properly fastening and securing the vessel in such a manner as to avoid fouling or collision with any other vessel or from drifting free.