What are the Benefits of Using a Hailing Port?

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…

What are the Benefits of Using a Hailing Port?

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…

How to Change Your Vessel Name and Hailing Port at Our Site

“Marad Waiver”, “Preferred Ship Mortgage”, and “Hailing Port”… If you are new to the boating world there must be some terminologies you are not yet familiar with. Furthermore, the processes to obtain that type of documentation tend to be tedious and time-consuming. In this particular article, the Maritime Documentation Center will explain to you how…

What Is a Hailing Port and Why You Need to Know This

If you are not familiar with the boating industry at all, a term like “hailing port” will probably sound like something you can plug your phone or computer into. As you can imagine, given that you are on a vessel documentation website, it is not. The hailing port is, of course, the port in which…

When Do You Need to Make a Vessel Name Change and Hailing Port Change?

Have you ever thought about altering the name of your yacht or the port it hails? If that’s the case, what’s the deadline for getting it done? We will provide you with an outline of the criteria for altering the name of a vessel and the hailing port in the United States in this blog…

Everything you Need to Know About the Hailing Port of a Vessel

As you probably already noticed, on the outside of a vessel there are a few different digits you may have seen. Boats registered at a local level will probably be displaying their state registration numbers. Vessels documented at a federal level, on the other hand, can show their names instead, along with their hailing port.…