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<p>Outdoor recreation can play a vital role in protecting our natural resources. When you register your boat, you do your part in sustaining resources that promote safe and responsible use of our nation's waters. Your registration dollars also help pay for marinas, boat ramps, lake clean up and much more.</p><ul> <li> <a class="tracking-boatreg-deleware-info" href="" target="_blank" title="Boat Registration Information">Boat Registration Information</a>&nbsp;</li> <li> <a class="tracking-boatreg-deleware-app" href="" target="_blank">DE Boat Registration Application</a> </li> <li> <a class="tracking-boatreg-rhodeisland-renew" href="" target="_blank">Renew Your DE Boat Registration Online</a> </li></ul><h2>Delaware Division of Fish and Wildlife:</h2><p>The Delaware Division of Fish and Wildlife is responsible for regulating the State boating laws in Delaware.</p><h2>REGISTRATION/TITLING</h2><p>In Delaware, all vessels used or placed on state waters and propelled by any form of mechanical power, including electric trolling motors, must be registered. The following are exceptions:</p><ul> <li>Foreign vessels temporarily using such waters;</li> <li>Military or public vessels of the United States, except recreational-type public vessels;</li> <li>A vessel whose owner is a state or subdivision thereof, other than this Delaware, which is used principally for governmental purposes, and which is clearly identifiable as such</li> <li>A vessel used strictly as a ship's lifeboat; and</li> <li>Vessels which have been issued valid marine documents by the Coast Guard.</li></ul><h2>CERTIFICATE OF OWNERSHIP</h2><p>Boat owners must keep their Certificate of Ownership in a safe place.&nbsp; <br><strong>NOTE</strong>&nbsp;On the reverse of the Certificate of Ownership there is an application for the transfer of ownership.</p><h2>CERTIFICATE OF NUMBER</h2><p>Boat owners must have at least a temporary Certificate of Number before they can operate in state waters. Upon receipt of the Certificate of Number please note the following:</p><ul> <li>It must be signed and carried on board when operating the vessel.</li> <li>Owners can choose to renew each year or every 3 years.</li> <li>The Delaware Division of Fish and Wildlife must be notified within 15 days if the boater changes residence.</li></ul><p>Successful registration results in a Certificate of Number,physical boat numbers and a decal. Boat numbers must:</p><ul> <li>Be affixed on both sides of the bow;</li> <li>Be block letters, three inches high and contrasting with the color of your boat;</li> <li>Letters and numbers must be separated by a space or a hyphen.</li></ul><p>For example:&nbsp;<strong>DE 1234BX</strong>&nbsp;or&nbsp;<strong>DE-1234-BX</strong>. This is a federal and state requirement.&nbsp;</p><p>&nbsp;</p><br><p> <img src=""></p><p>Lack of the correct documentation may result in delays and fines.</p><p>Make sure all vessels are properly marked and documented. It's important to keep your papers with the boat - be particularly aware when transferring ownership of your vessel.</p><p style="text-align: right;">*Content provided by <a href="" target="_blank"></a></p>