Sig229 wrote:I don't know if this is what you're implying to do, but I definitely wouldn't leave them on the boat either. That's just asking for them to be stolen.Next week, I will be visiting Maryland to see some old friends. We plan to take one of my friends brand new Cris Craft Corsair 33 boat out on the bay. (http://www.chriscraft.com/index.php?...amp;filmstrip=)
Do the same laws regarding firearms in a vehicle on the roadway apply to marine vehicles?
I will be getting a hotel, but not all the rooms have safes, so I dont know if I will be getting a safe in my room or not. and I WILL NOT leave my firearms in the room while Im gone.
As for whether a boat is a vehicle for the purposes of Title 4 - Weapons Crimes, yes it is. Section 4-201. Definitions.:
(i) Vehicle.- "Vehicle" means a motor vehicle as defined in Title 11, Subtitle 1 of the Transportation Article, a train, an aircraft, or a vessel.