(under the class definition) Amusement device specifically adapted to be operated or used by a person either upon or beneath the surface of a body of water for the purpose of diversion, recreation, or entertainment.
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405, Hydraulic and Earth Engineering,
79, for wave generators at an immobile location.
434, Education or Demonstration,
247+, for a device intended to teach or instruct a person in performing a physical activity as, for example, enabling a swimmer to learn or improve his or her diving skills; and particularly subclass 254 for enabling a person to learn or improve his or her swimming skills.
441, Buoys, Rafts, and Aquatic Devices, appropriate subclasses for an aquatic device in general; particularly
129+, for a body-supporting buoyant device in general. A buoyant device made to simulate an animal, fish, fowl, etc., or any part thereof, where such simulation is claimed, is proper for Class 472. However, where such simulation is disclosed but not claimed, classification of the buoyant device is proper for Class 441. See the (2) Note under subclass 129 of Class 441 for a statement of this line. Also see particularly subclasses 65+ for a surfboard, aquaplane, or other device intended to be used for skimming or walking on the surface of a body of water.
446, Amusement Devices: Toys, particularly
153+, for an aquatic toy device intended to be used or operated by a child for its amusement or recreation.