Registering a Used Boat
If the vessel had a previous owner but is now new to you, the process might be a little bit differently. In such cases that the vessel was previously registered in Canada, the previous owner will have to go through a process to transfer the ownership to you, the new owner. However, this will be different if the vessel’s registration took place in a different country. In those cases, you will have to register the vessel as new since there won’t be an existing record of it in the Canadian Registry of Vessels. If you are unsure about how to proceed because of your vessel’s prior instances of registration, don’t worry. Our team can guide you through the process.
Easily Registering a Boat in Canada
Dealing directly with Transport Canada when registering a boat in Canada can seem straightforward, but it might actually result in a constant come-and-go of applications and forms as you try to correct and apply what they keep telling you. The best way to avoid this is to carry out the process through our platform here at the National Vessel Registry Center. All relevant forms are readily available on our website for you to fill out. If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to reach out to us by calling +1 (800) 419-9569 or email us at email@example.com.
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