Message to Boaters
– Maunalua Bay Recreation Advisory Committee meetings to be scheduled soon!
– Aquarium collecting vessel registration and marking requirements (01/02/14)
– Vessel Insurance Requirement Increased in January 2014 (07/03/13)
– Mandatory Boating Education in Hawaii Now In Effect
– Paddle Sports Safety Course (FREE)
BOATING ACCIDENT REPORT
CG-3865 Boating Accident Report (668K PDF), A boating accident report is required by law when there is loss of life, injury beyond first aid, there is a total loss of a vessel or damage exceeds $200.
Vessel Registration Hotline: (808) 587-1970
For information about registering your vessel, registration renewals, ramp fees and decals
Please note that the “new registration” link on the e-hawaii vessel registration site should not be used. It is not operational. New registration and transfer of registration can only be done in person at the following DOBOR facilities:
- On Hawai`i Island – Hawai`i District Office at Honokohau SBH and the Wailoa SBH office in downtown Hilo,
- On Kaua`i – Kaua`i District Office at Nawiliwili SBH and the Port Allen SBH,
- On Lana`i – Manele SBH,
- On Maui – Maui District Office at Ma`alaea SBH and Lahaina SBH,
- On Moloka`i – Kaunakakai SBH,
- On O`ahu – DOBOR Admin Office, 333 Queen Street, Suite 300, Downtown Honolulu (this office will be relocating to Ke`ehi SBH in late 2015).
- Boating Facilities
You can also visit any DOBOR facility and ask for a pad of float plans.
Get in the habit and come back alive!
- Know Before You Go: E-10 Ethanol And Your Marine Engine
DOBOR Flyer: E-10 Ethanol Gas
GENERAL BOATING INFORMATION