One of the drivers was a Pickens County deputy and the other a woman from Starr, said Capt. Larry Holbrooks with the S.C. Department of Natural Resources.
Deputy Jeremiah Wayne Vissage, 33, of Pickens, was charged with negligent operation an failure to keep a safe lookout, according to the citation issued.
Deena R. Crawford, 38, of Starr was driving the second boat. She was charged with boating under the influence, a citation states.
The boats collided near Charlie Ts, a restaurant in Anderson with a boat dock.
According to authorities, the boat Crawford was operating was leaving the restaurant when it collided with Vissage’s boat.
A second Pickens County deputy was a passenger on his boat, according to police.