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(a) Except as provided in (b) - (d) of this section, a certificate of number will contain the following information:
(1) number issued to the boat;
(2) expiration date of the certificate;
(3) state of principal use;
(4) name of the owner;
(5) address of owner, including zip code;
(6) whether the boat is used for pleasure, rent or lease, boat dealer or manufacturer demonstration, commercial passenger carrying, commercial fishing, or other commercial use;
(7) manufacturer's hull identification number, if applicable;
(8) make of boat;
(9) year boat was manufactured or model year;
(10) overall length of boat;
(11) whether the vessel is an open boat, cabin cruiser, houseboat, or other type;
(12) hull material;
(13) whether the propulsion, if powered, is inboard, outboard, inboard-outdrive, or sail;
(14) whether the fuel is gasoline, diesel, or other.
(b) The department may exclude the information specified in (a)(8)-(14) of this section from a certificate of number issued to a vessel that has a manufacturer's hull identification number assigned if the manufacturer's hull identification number is plainly marked on the certificate.
(c) The department may exclude the information specified in (a)(7)-(14) of this section from a certificate of number issued to a boat dealer or manufacturer to be used on a boat for demonstration purposes if the word "manufacturer" or "dealer" is plainly marked on the certificate.
(d) A certificate of number issued to a boat without mechanical propulsion will not include the information specified in (a)(13) and (14) of this section.
History: Eff. 2/3/2001, Register 157
Authority: AS 05.25.055
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