The Nassau County Police Department will be cracking down on drunken boating this weekend.
The department will have extra officers on the water as part of a county Boating While Intoxicated Enforcement Initiative.
"Boaters are warned to arrange for a designated and qualified operator to drive their boat on our waters," County Executive Edward Mangano said in a statement announcing the beefed up enforcement.
The program comes as part of a broader push to curb drunken boating.
"Boaters beware, if you choose to drink and operate a vessel on the waterways of Nassau County, you will be arrested," Police Commissioner Thomas Dale said.