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(a) A pleasure craft applying under AS 08.62.180 (b) - (e) for a pilotage exemption must employ a vessel agent registered in this state under AS 08.62.040 (a)(3) and 08.62.187. The vessel agent must be identified on the pilotage exemption application.
(b) If a pleasure craft of foreign registry of more than 125 feet overall length enters compulsory pilotage waters without a pilot or a pilotage exemption under AS 08.62.180 (b) - (e), the operator of the pleasure craft will not be granted a subsequent pilotage exemption until the operator
(1) provides the marine pilot coordinator satisfactory documentation detailing the pleasure craft's entry into compulsory pilotage waters and all subsequent voyages in violation of AS 08.62 and this chapter; and
(2) pays the appropriate charges for pilotage services in accordance with 12 AAC 56.205(a) , (b), (c), or (d).
History: Eff. 2/12/2005, Register 173
Authority: AS 08.62.040
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