||Less than 16 feet
||16 to less than
|26 to less than
|40 to not more than 65 feet
|BACKFIRE FLAME CONTROL
||One approved device on each carburetor of all inboard gasoline engines.
|SOUND PRODUCING DEVICE
||Some means of making an efficient sound signal audible for 1/2-mile. A whistle or horn must be readily accessible to the operator of boat or passengers. An athletic coach’s whistle is acceptable.
||Must carry a whistle and a bell audible for 1/2-mile.
|PORTABLE FIRE EXTINGUISHER WHEN REQUIRED
||At least one B-I type Coast Guard approved portable marine fire extinguisher.
Must be installed and immediately available, within arm's reach of the operators or passengers.
||At least two B-I type Coast Guard approved portable marine fire extinguishers or one
||At least three B-I type Coast Guard approved portable marine fire extinguishers or
one B-I and one B-II.
||Must comply with Inland Navigation Rules and state regulations.
||Efficient muffling device required to prevent excessive or unusual noise.
|PERSONAL FLOTATION DEVICES (PFDs, LIFE JACKETS, THROWABLE DEVICES)
||One USCG-approved life jacket for each person on board. Must be used in accordance with the requirement on the approval label.
||One USCG-approved life jacket on board for each person and, in addition, one throwable device must be used in accordance with the requirements on the approval label. Canoe and kayaks, regardless of length, are not required to carry a throwable device.
||Boats with closed compartments or permanently installed fuel tanks must
be equipped with an efficient natural or mechanical bilge ventilator or meet the applicable Coast
Guard construction standards for fuel and electrical systems.