The Boat Safety Act (SB 606) of 2022 requires Florida rental operators to obtain a livery permit from the FWC. We're here to help you get it!
📋 Step 1: Obtain Livery & Renter Policy
The first step is to ensure you have an insurance policy that covers both you as a livery and the renter. If you don’t have it already, Buoy offers a usage-based boat renter and livery insurance policy. To get started, sign up for Buoy and register your fleet:
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