(d) If a person under arrest for the offense of operating a vessel or using any water skis, aquaplane, or similar device in violation of Ohio R.C. 1547.11 or similar municipal ordinance, refuses upon the request of a law enforcement officer to submit to a chemical test designated by the law enforcement agency as provided in division (a) of this section, after first having been advised of the consequences of his refusal as provided in division (c) of this section, no chemical test shall be given, but the Chief of the Division of Watercraft, upon receipt of a sworn statement of the law enforcement officer that he had reasonable grounds to believe the arrested person had been operating a vessel or using any water skis, aquaplane or similar device while under the influence of alcohol or a drug of abuse, the combined influence of alcohol and a drug of abuse, or with a prohibited concentration of alcohol in his blood, urine or breath, and that the person refused to submit to the chemical test upon the request of the law enforcement officer, and upon receipt of the form as provided in division (c) of this section certifying that the arrested person was advised of the consequences of his refusal, shall inform the person by written notice that he is prohibited from operating a vessel or using any water skis, aquaplane or similar device, and is prohibited from registering any watercraft in accordance with Ohio R.C. 1547.54, for one year following the date of the alleged violation of Ohio R.C. 1547.11. The suspension of these operation, use and registration privileges shall continue for the entire one-year period, subject to review as provided in this section.