It is possible to get a DUI (driving under the influence) citation while operating a kayak in some states. In most states, the laws regarding DUIs apply to all types of vehicles, including boats and kayaks.
If you are stopped by a law enforcement officer while operating a kayak and are found to be under the influence of alcohol or drugs, you may be arrested and charged with a DUI. The legal blood alcohol limit for boaters is typically the same as for drivers of motor vehicles, which is usually 0.08% or lower.
It is important to note that the consequences of a DUI on a kayak can be serious. In addition to fines and potential jail time, you may also face the loss of your boating privileges and other penalties.
To avoid the risk of a DUI while kayaking, it is important to always stay sober while operating a kayak or any other type of boat. It is also a good idea to familiarize yourself with the local laws and regulations regarding DUIs on the water, and to be aware of any changes that may occur.