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Current ID stickers must be prominently displayed on the outside front of all watercraft.
Power driven boats, except for electric, are not permitted on the lake.
Docks may not extend beyond 15 feet and sailboat moorings beyond 25 feet from an owner's waterfront property line.
At Club properties, boats are to be kept only in the water, at Club docks, at designated sailboat areas at Third Beach and White's Cove, or on the storage racks provided by the Club.
Boats on trailers may not be kept on Club properties.
Boats & watercraft cannot exceed 25 feet in length and cannot be capable of exceeding 15 mph.
The club is not responsible for boats stored on club properties.
Club Properties should only be used for temporary storage.
NJ State Boating regulations should be followed.
New Jersey State Regulations
Navigational Lights (while operating at night)
If vessel construction began after December 24, 1981 and the boat is 12 meters (39 feet) or more in length, it must display:
A green light on the starboard (right) side of the boat
A red light on the port (left) side of the boat
A masthead light (225 degrees) and a stern light (135 degrees)
If vessel construction began after December 24, 1981 and the boat is under 12 meters (39 feet) in length it may exhibit the same lights required for vessels under 20 meters when the construction was started before December 25, 1981.
Sailing Vessels and Vessels under Oars
Red and green sidelights visible from a distance of at least one mile on a dark clear night
A stern light visible from a distanceof at least two miles
Sailing vessels of less than 7 meters (22 feet) must display, and vessels under oars may display, if practicable, the lights prescribed above, but if not, it must have at hand an electric torch or lighted lantern showing a white light.
Boats that fit into the following categories do not have to be registered
A non-powered sailboat or vessel used only on small lakes, ponds or within private lands
Vessels 12 feet or less in length
A non-powered kayak or canoe
Personal Floation Device (PFD)
All vessels, except surfboards, racing shells, rowing sculls and racing kayaks, must be equiped with one PFD of the correct size for each person onboard
All PFD's must be readily accessible and in serviceable condition
Vessels more than 16 feet in length must carry one Type IV (throwable) USCG-approved flotation device in addition to the required number of wearable type PFD's
Mandatory PFD Usage
All children 12 years old and under must wear a USCG-approved PFD while onboard any vessel that is underway. The PFD may be removed if the child is inside a fully enclosed, permanent part of the vessel that is designed by the manufacturer to carry passengers
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