Exhibit II-1
1980-1999 Boating Accidents in California*



YearNumber of
Accidents
Number of
Injuries
Number of
Fatalities
Amount of
Property Damage
1980657270112$2,039,800
198172831987$3,655,630
1982696323103$2,497,000
198364833395$3,713,100
198479134193$2,491,700
198586940376$4,246,400
198674131968$2,645,500
198790532554$3,381,600
198874533351$2,396,100
198963237143$3,669,800
199076141650$3,131,200
199175042158$2,653,800
199268944759$4,360,100
199374343467$2,052,800
199470938640$1,740,300
199583349052$2,536,500
199685053756$2,241,700
199792552643$3,266,800
199877241358$2,299,600
199990749142$2,864,000

* An accident is considered reportable if: a person dies, disappears, or is injured requiring medical attention beyond first aid; damage to a vessel or other property damage exceeds $500; or there is complete loss of a vessel. Not all accidents are reported to the Department, due to either nonobserverance or ignorance of the reporting law.



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