What blood or breath alcohol concentration is considered to be under the influence when operating a vessel?

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According to the CDC, every state in the U. S agrees that anyone with a blood or breath alcohol concentration of . 08% or over is considered to be under the influence when operating a motor vehicle. When operating a vessel the same seems to apply for every state I could research. The U. S Coast Guard will follow what ever state limit has been set for blood alcohol content but if there is not a vessel blood alcohol content limit set, they go by the federal limit of . 08%. The CDC's website is http://www. CDC. gov/alcohol/faqs. htm.
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