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Old 05-16-2022, 10:26 AM   #18
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Originally Posted by The Real BigGuy View Post
There shouldn’t be any disagreement on the definition of what no wake means. From NH RSA 270-D:1 Definitions:

VI. "Headway speed" means the slowest speed that a boat can be operated and maintain steerage way.

VIII. "No wake area" means an area where a boat is to be operated only at headway speed.
Hardly close on point. Everybody has NWZ close to shore, swim areas, etc etc. The point of the discussion was "Boat to Boat" an d the difficulty of enforcing it. Not that we expect MP to be stopping everybody who is a violator, but based on folks experience in other states. Unless I misread them, the quotes of various laws were not on point re: boat to boat.
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