Wyoming Dive Flags
Rules for WY divers and boaters
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For Divers in Wyoming
Chapter 22 of Wyoming's Watercraft Regulations state:
[D]ivers or persons snorkeling shall place a diver's down flag(s) upon the water in the immediate area of their activity.
The diver's down flag(s) shall be displayed only when diving or snorkeling is in progress and shall be displayed so as not to impede normal watercraft traffic.
For Boaters in Wyoming
Wyoming Watercraft Regulations regarding dive flags are summarized for boaters like this:
All watercraft operators should be aware that there are two flags used to indicate the presence of a person engaged in diving in the immediate area. The official flag, Alpha, which is blue and white, is internationally recognized for all diving operations. The second flag, is the red flag with a white diagonal stripe. No person shall operate or permit the operation of any motor powered watercraft on the waters of the state of Wyoming within 50 feet of the display of the above described "diver down" flag. All motor powered watercraft approaching such flags shall do so at a no wake speed.
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P.S. The information above was as complete and up-to-date at the time as I could make it. It should not be construed as providing legal advice. You should conduct your own legal research or contact an attorney.