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Most boats used as a means of transportation.
What Not to Register
Canoes, kayaks and paddleboats are no longer subject to titling and registration.
- Boats registered in another state, using Oklahoma waters for no more than 60 calendar days.
- Boats only used for racing.
The Oklahoma Tax Commission (OTC) handles boat registrations and titles.
- Complete a boat registration/title form.
- Complete a Boat or Outboard Motor Serial Number Confirmation form if your boat's outboard engine has a horsepower of 10 or more.
- Submit a Manufacturer's Statement of Origin if the boat is new. Or submit the boat's previous title if purchased from a private party.
- Drop these off at any any Oklahoma Tax Commission office and pay all applicable fees.
Registration fees are based on the dollar value of the boat and motor.
For older or used boats, the values will be computed based on marine dealers' publications.
You have the option of registering your boat for 1 year or 3 years.
Renew by Mail
Send to the address located on your renewal notification form.
Renew in Person
Drop off your renewal notification at any Oklahoma Tax Commission office.
Visit any Oklahoma Tax Commission office with your boat's identification number. Cost: $2.25
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