Alaska Statutes.
Title 8. Business and Professions
Chapter 62. Marine Pilots
Section 120. Renewal of Licenses.
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AS 08.62.120. Renewal of Licenses.

(a) In order to renew a marine pilot license, a person who is licensed under AS 08.62.100 shall

(1) submit an application for renewal of the license on a form provided by the department;

(2) submit proof of continued qualification under AS 08.62.100 to receive a marine pilot license;

(3) provide evidence of satisfactory completion of a physical examination by a licensed physician within 60 days before the date of renewal of the license;

(4) submit proof satisfactory to the board that the person has

(A) engaged in piloting vessels subject to this chapter in the marine pilotage region for which the license is to be renewed during at least 120 days in the licensing period immediately preceding the licensing period for which renewal is sought; or

(B) completed the minimum number of familiarization trips required by the board for renewal of a marine pilot license for a marine pilotage region for which the license is to be renewed.

(b) The board shall establish criteria for the renewal of a deputy marine pilot license.

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