Registering your boat with the Canadian Register of Vessel is an important part of your vessel ownership. However, there will be plenty of different instances in which you might need to delete the registration of the boat. If you need to delete your Canada boat registration, it’s not as easy as, say canceling your cable. However, it’s not that difficult either. All you need is the right guide to do it. Allow our website to help you take care of it.
Why Get a Certificate of Deletion?
A certificate of deletion allows you to delete your vessel’s registration from the Canadian Register of Vessels. The vessel owner, or an authorized agent who is acting on their behalf, can apply for the deletion of the Canada boat registration with the help of our website. In fact, all you need to do is head over to the form on our registry tab and fill out the deletion form. You might be wondering when this form might come in useful. When would you need to get rid of the whole thing? Here are two of the most common cases in which people might need this specific certificate.
You Can No Longer Use the Vessel
You might want to delete a vessel from the Canadian boat registry because it’s busted, no longer working, or unsalvageable. If you can no longer use the vessel, after all, you no longer need to maintain the registration, right? Some people think that they can take care of this by simply not minding their vessel registration anymore. While this technically works, it’s better to make it official by just filing for a certificate of deletion of the vessel to make sure that it is no longer a part of the registry. This way, you will have evidence of your discontinued use and registration of the vessel in question.
The Vessel will Now Be for Foreign Use
If you are selling or transferring your vessel to someone else within the United States, then there is a specific process that lets you do that. The transfer of ownership form on our homepage can help you officially change the vessel’s owner. This way, they can keep the registration going with the Canadian Register. However, if you are selling your vessel or transferring to someone who will not be registering it in Canada, then you can delete it from the Canada boat registration. This way, you can officially separate yourself from the vessel and avoiding any issues that may arise in the future with it.
Remove Your Vessel From the Canada Boat Registration
We at the National Vessel Registry Center want to make sure that you are able to conveniently and promptly delete your vessel from the Canada boat registration whenever you need to. You will readily find the right for under the registry forms tab. There, you can fill it out and submit it without ever having to deal with the registry itself. If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact us by calling +1 (800) 419-9569 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.