GILFORD, N.H. (CBS) – An accident on Lake Winnipesaukee over the weekend left a powerboat high and dry. New Hampshire State Police said a vessel operated by Robert Koning, of Carlisle, ended up on the rocks after the crash.

Marine Patrol officers found the 23-foot Chris Craft powerboat out of the water near Lockes Island just after 7 a.m. on Saturday. Investigators determined the 58-year-old Koning was operating the boat at about 11:30 p.m. the night before.

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The powerboat left high and dry on Lake Winnipesaukee (Photo credit: NH State Police)

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“He and one passenger were attempting to return to a residence on the island when he struck a moored boat, continuing up onto the breakwater,” police said in a statement. “There were no reported injuries.”

All boaters are reminded to slow down near other objects on the waterway. Operators are required to notify police if they’ve been in an accident.

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Police are still investigating the crash and are asking anyone with information to contact them.