(a)   No operator of a watercraft passing close to swimming areas, moored watercraft, watercraft engaged in fishing, or buoys and markers, shall fail to reduce his speed so as to prevent his wash or wake from causing damage or unnecessary inconvenience to occupants of the area or other watercraft.
   (b)   No operator of a watercraft shall fail to keep clear and slow down or stop, as conditions may require, to avoid interference with any tender, sand-sucker, dredge, pile- driver launch, skiff, floating plant or other vessel engaged in working buoys, employed in improving the channel or otherwise engaged in work upon the water, under the water or at the water's edge.
(Ord. 76-O-27. Passed 12-14-76.)
   (c)   Whoever violates any of the provisions of this section is guilty of a minor misdemeanor.