Our two-step process makes documenting your vessel a boater's dream. Our private company's documentation processors will screen your application, file it, and follow through with the National Vessel Documentation Center until the document is issued.
Whether you're selling your vessel, purchasing a vessel, inheriting it from a family member or a friend, or any other transfer of ownership situation, you will need to complete the Request for Transfer of Documentation.
A hailing port is a location designated by the United States Coast Guard for boats greater than 65 feet to check in before moving throughout the waters of the United States. Even though the boat’s proprietor (also known as the boat’s captain) must regularly report to a specified calling point, they are not confined to…Read More
If you are thinking about buying a boat, there is one thing you absolutely must know about USCG Documentation Renewal: it can be confusing. The process can be complex, and it’s often not at all like what you’ve heard your friends say it was like when they bought a boat. The first step to understanding…Read More
If you are a US vessel owner, you may wonder what the procedure is for dumping a boat, whether it is no longer seaworthy or the proprietor has chosen to move on. Whether you already have a customer in mind and are just trying to close the deal or just seeking to unload your craft…Read More
You’ll need an Exchange U.S Coast Guard Certificate of Documentation if you don’t want to purchase a yacht but would still like to use one for recreational purposes in exchange for yearly fees. The price of this certification varies with the type of boat you intend to operate. Still, it is always much more affordable…Read More
If you want to operate a large vessel, you might be interested in USCG documentation. The United States Coast Guard is the governmental body that regulates maritime commerce and safety, and it’s responsible for inspecting and certifying vessels. The USCG has strict regulations about what makes a boat eligible for certification, including size, weight, horsepower,…Read More