Boat Livery (rental)

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Boat Liveries
Utah has specific requirements for those who rent boats to other people.

Official Definition

The Utah Boating Act defines a “Boat Livery” as an “entity which holds any vessel for renting, leasing, or chartering.”

Utah Requirements for Boat Liveries:

 Registration: Boat liveries must be registered with Division of State Parks and Recreation. Please fill out the Livery Application.

 Information: The boat livery must advise the lessee or renter of a vessel of all of the boating laws and rules which the lessee or renter must obey.

– Equipment: The boat livery must equip a leased or rented vessel with the required safety equipment.

 – Agreement: A copy of the lease or rental agreement must be carried on board the leased or rented vessel and must contain the following information:

The vessel’s assigned bow number
The period of time for which the vessel is leased or rented
Vessel’s departure date and time
TA check-off list of the required safety equipment on-board

– Records: The owner of a boat livery must keep a record of a lease or rental transaction for at least one year. The record must have the following information:

Name and address of the person renting or leasing the vessel.
Identification number of the vessel
Vessel’s departure date and time
The vessel’s expected time of return

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