Interfering with Aids to Navigation
It is a criminal offence to interfere with Aids to Navigation, such as:
- Mooring the vessel to a buoy or other sea-mark used for navigation; or
- Wilfully altering, relocating, removing or concealing a buoy or other sea-mark.
REMEMBER: An operator of a pleasure craft can NEVER moor his vessel to a buoy or other sea-mark that is used for the purposes of navigation.