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(a) Except for a boat that is exempt from the provisions of this chapter under AS 05.25.055 (i) or operating under a temporary certificate of number authorized under 2 AAC 70.150, a person may not operate a boat with mechanical propulsion that is required to be registered unless
(1) it has a boat number issued on a certificate of number by the department; and
(2) the boat number is displayed as described in 2 AAC 70.030.
(b) A boat number issued under this chapter will consist of the capital letters "AK" followed by
(1) no more than four numerals followed by no more than two capital letters (example: AK 1234 BD); or
(2) no more than three numerals followed by no more than three capital letters (example: AK 567 EPG).
(c) A number suffix of a boat number issued under this section may not include the letters "I", "O", or "Q".
(d) Once the department has issued a boat number under this section, a number assigned to a boat may not be reassigned to another boat.
History: Eff. 2/3/2001, Register 157
Authority: AS 05.25.055
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