(8) Occupying a live-aboard for more than 30 days during any calendar year; provided, however,
that the commissioner may grant extensions of time beyond 30 days to persons making a request
in writing stating the reasons for such extension. Owners of docks where live-aboards are
moored as well as owners and occupants of live-aboards are responsible under this part.
It looks like marina's can get exceptions on a per read 'fee license' request.
The actual wording of this or any law is irrevelent. What matters is how it is perceived or enforced by patrol officers, unless you have a lot of money and don't mind spending most of your free time in a room full of lawyers.