Boat Registration Goes Online in Alabama

Press Release
Monday, March 04, 2013

The Alabama Department of Conservation & Natural Resources (ADCNR) announce boat owners can now renew their boat registrations online.

This service is open to resident and non-resident boat owners needing to renew their vessel registrations who have no changes or corrections to be made.
“ADCNR always looks for efficiencies when providing services to the public and is pleased to offer a quicker, more convenient method for resident and non-resident boat owners to enjoy Alabama’s waters”

With a valid credit or debit card and an Internet connection, in just a few clicks, boat owners have 24/7 access to the online boat registration renewal application. This convenient service allows boat owners to avoid the hassle of waiting in long lines or making arrangements to visit a county office during working hours. Immediately upon payment, registrants can print their temporary boat registration certificate to be used for a 30-day period or until they receive their official certificate in the mail from ADCNR.

Applicants completing a new registration, transfer or replacement application will continue to complete the process at their local Judge of Probate’s office or office of their License Commissioner.
 

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