USCG National Documentation Center

The Best Way to Work with the USCG National Documentation Center

We have all heard nightmare stories from family, friends, and co-workers whenever someone has to deal with a government agency. Whether it is a federal department, a state one, or part of your local government, you are, invariably, going to end up waiting in line, going back and forth several times, making mistakes, and getting…

transfer exchange of USCG documentation

What Does A Transfer Exchange Of USCG Documentation Mean?

Whenever you buy or sell a boat, you will need to submit documentation to the USCG. Filing the right report to the Coast Guard will mean that you are now the owner of the boat, or have transferred ownership to another person. This can be especially important to ensure that the Coast Guard is speaking…

USCG documentation forms

Navigate USCG Documentation Forms With Our Help

Many vessel owners have to navigate through the USCG website when they are trying to complete paperwork concerning their vessel. Whether you are searching for initial USCG documentation forms for a new vessel, or are looking for reinstatement pages, bills of sale or a change of port for your current vessel, you may find it…

USCG vessel registry

Our USCG Vessel Registry On Safe Boating During COVID-19

This blog is written during the COVID-19 pandemic. As vessel owners, we can adapt to pretty much anything. However, this pandemic has upended and disrupted the world, leaving plenty of uncertainty in its wake. Our USCG vessel registry online site is still open for business. As always, you can go to our site and find…

USCG boat registration

How to Obtain the Correct USCG Boat Registration for Your Vessel

Safe boating almost always includes a “float plan.” By letting someone on land know where you and the vessel will be at all times, they’ll be in a better position to help more quickly should something go wrong. Before you take your vessel out on the water, you do everything in your power to make…