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Sailboats and any vessel equipped with a motor.
What Not to Register
- Boats registered in other states and kept in Utah for no more than 60 consecutive days.
- Ships' lifeboats.
Visit your nearest Division of Motor Vehicle (DMV) office with the following:
- Vehicle Application for Utah Title (Form TC-656).
- Validated tax certificate from the county assessor (this proves that you have paid the uniform age-based fee).
- Proof of ownership (bill of sale) if you're titling for the first time.
- Cash or check to pay all applicable fees.
All motorboats, sailboats and jet skis that are 1985 or newer must also be titled.
All boat registrations are valid for 1 year based upon when you registered.
You may renew online using the PIN found on your renewal notice.
Renew by Mail
Mail to the address printed on your renewal notice.
Renew in Person
Visit any DMV office with your renewal notice, or, if you did not receive one, with your old registration.
Replace Lost Registration
Visit any DMV office. Cost: $4
Operators between the ages of 12 to 17 years old must pass Utah's Personal Watercraft Education course in order to legally operate a boat.
Boating Safety Courses
- Online: State-approved BoaterExam.com.
Other Topics in This Section
- Classroom: Taught throughout the state. For locations and dates, call (801) 538-2628
To enroll in a class, you will need to complete a Personal Watercraft Education registration form.
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