Quick question, say your in this situation. Not a ton of wind, your not going anywhere near hull speed, you see a fishing boat barreling towards you. In an effort to get out of the way of the obviously oblivious power boater you turn on your engine (still warm from the harbor) and throw it full throttle forward. You get clipped and now are going to be at fault because now you're a power boat. I realize your supposed to use every available effort to avoid collision but does that change your jeopardy as to who is at fault?