Like so many other conscientious vessel owners, before you head out on the water, you tend to check your own vessel. You make sure that you have everything that you need for a safe and fun trip on the water and that means life jackets that fit, a float plan, the engine, gas lines, and more. We do the same thing with our US Coast Guard vessel registry site. Before we made it live, we checked it to make sure that it had all of the different kinds of vessel documentation that vessel owners might need to ensure that they could find all of the necessary forms in one place.
US Coast Guard Vessel Registry Access
For many first-time vessel owners (or someone who’s just bought a new vessel) one of the first courses of action would be getting their vessel on the registry. Doing that requires getting their initial vessel documentation taken care of, and can find the necessary forms right here in our site. Moreover, you can find these forms clearly explained throughout the site. For example, any disclaimers or legal information that you have to know about these forms is in big, bold letters at the top. From there, you’re guided to the necessary sections to fill out by the red asterisks. If you have any questions, you can contact us and we’ll walk you through it.
Staying on the Registry
Getting on the registry is one thing. Staying on it is another. You have to renew your registration annually. So once a year, you have to make sure to renew your registration. This may sound easy, but life happens. Things change. We all get very busy. Something as important as vessel documentation can, with everything else going on, slip through the cracks. If it does, then you run the risk of losing your documentation, causing you to have to go through the entire initial registration process all over again (or worse). We realized that there had to be something we could do to make it all easier for vessel owners. That’s when it hit us: renewal years in advance.
Multiple Years of Renewal
If you go through other sites, you have to renew your ship documentation year by year. That’s not true if you go through us. Instead, you can renew it for up to five years in advance. Giving yourself one less important thing to worry about is a great way to clear up time and give yourself peace of mind. The last thing you ever want is to bolt awake in the middle of the night going: “did I renew my documentation?” We make sure that doesn’t happen to you.
Enjoy the Benefits of the Registry
If you own a vessel and treat it right, you deserve to reap the rewards that documentation can bestow upon you should you choose to take advantage of them. At our site, we make the entire US Coast guard vessel registry and other vessel documentation process that much easier. To see how we can help, head to our site or give us a call at (866) 981-8783.