Remember This When You’re Selling a Pleasure Craft in Ontario

Parting ways with your vessel can bring forth a lot of bittersweet feelings. On one hand, you might be excited about a new, better boat, but you might also feel weird about letting go of a vessel you were probably attached to. Not to interrupt those conflicted feelings, but if you are selling a pleasure…

Boat Transfer Papers BC to Stay on the Water

Are you at the point where it’s time to transfer the ownership of your vessel from one person to another? Do you feel like something has changed in terms of who owns your vessel and you want to make certain that you’re in compliance with the powers that be? Transferring ownership of your vessel from…

Clearing Up Doubts You Might Have About a Pleasure Craft License Transfer

Whenever you see yourself in a position where you have to submit a form to a government agency, you will probably feel preemptively tired because of the process ahead of you. That is why we’ve made the process to submit the pleasure craft license transfer form a lot easier. Carrying Out a Pleasure Craft License…

Learn More About How to Transfer Boat Registration in Canada

As a boat owner here in Canada, you are probably familiar with the importance of having your boat registration in order. This is why, should anything change in regards to a vessel’s ownership, it needs to be reflected on the official Transport Canada registry. Because of this, there are going to be situations in which…

Transport Canada Boat Transfer For Registration and Recreational Licences

The ownership of a vessel always needs to be backed by its official documentation. Now, this means that should any changes in the ownership occur, you will need to submit the corresponding form to Transport Canada to make it official. When these changes pertain to switching, adding, or removing owners from the registration, you will…

Different Instances of a Transport Canada Boat Transfer of Ownership

It’s always very important to make sure that your boat registration with Transport Canada is always up to date and reflective of the actual conditions of the vessel. So, if you are selling the boat to someone else, you are going to need to go through the necessary process to pass the ownership onto someone…

Buying a Second-Hand Boat in Canada: What You Need to Know

Under the Canada Shipping Act, 2001 all waterborne craft that use Canadian waters should be registered and licensed. The same rules apply as when buying a new build. The only difference is that as a second-hand vessel, your craft comes with a history and documentation. Mainly, it is just a question of transferring the title…