Welcome to SB606.org, a website dedicated to helping marina owners and operators understand and comply with SB606, also known as the Boating Safety Act of 2022.
SB606 is a state bill that affects marinas and boat rental operators in Florida. The bill requires all boat rental (livery) companies, both commercial and peer-to-peer operators, to obtain a no-cost permit through the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission. In addition, boat rental operators must secure an insurance policy that meets the specifications set under SB606, deliver pre-rental safety and operational instruction to renters, report any accidents or unnecessarily overdue rentals to the FWC, and display boating safety information in a place visible to the renting public.
As a marina owner or operator, it is important to understand the requirements of SB606 and take the necessary steps to comply in order to protect your business and ensure the safety of your renters on the water. Non-compliance with SB606 can result in fines, penalties, and other legal consequences, as well as the potential for financial liability in the event of an accident or other unforeseen event.
SB606.org was created to help marina owners and operators navigate the requirements of SB606 and understand how to comply with the bill. On our website, you will find a range of resources and information to help you understand the requirements of SB606, including:
Overview of the requirements of SB606, including the insurance and permit requirements
Tips and guidance for marina owners and operators on how to comply with SB606
Information about the consequences of non-compliance with SB606
Resources and links to helpful websites and organizations related to SB606
We hope that the information and resources on our website will be helpful to you as you work to understand and comply with SB606.
- Overview of the requirements of SB606, including the insurance and permit requirements
- Tips and guidance for marina owners and operators on how to comply with SB606
- Information about the consequences of non-compliance with SB606
- Resources and links to helpful websites and organizations related to SB606