Do you no longer need to maintain your Transport Canada vessel registration? You will have to look into How to Cancel Boat Registration. Lucky for you, all you need to know is right here.
Getting Your Certificate of Deletion
So, if you are wondering how to cancel boat registration, what you’re looking for is a certificate of deletion. This is a document that certifies the removal of a particular vessel’s registration from Transport Canada’s official registry. This can serve a variety of different purposes, but more than anything it allows the owner to control the end of their registration to their liking as soon as they decide they no longer want to make use of the vessel here in Canada. Because removing something from a registry is, well, a removal action, you are given a certificate as part of this process in order to show that the deletion did, in fact, take place. This way, your certificate of deletion of the vessel can serve as proof of the removal going forward.
Why Cancel Your Boat Registration?
You might want to delete a vessel from the Canadian Registry of Vessels 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? There’s no point to it anymore, so getting a certificate of deletion of a vessel can be an official way to register that you are no longer making use of the vessel in question. This certificate will also come in handy when you are exporting the vessel or selling it to a foreigner who intends to register it in a different country. In fact, they themselves might need to present this certificate in order to register the vessel in a different country as proof that the vessel is no longer registered here in Canada.
How to Cancel Boat Registration?
Struggling with how to cancel boat registration? Don’t worry, it’s not that hard to get your deletion certificate. In fact, it’s a very straightforward process. Once you’re well aware of what the process will entail and understand its connotations, you can go ahead and submit the corresponding form, which you will find here on our website. As part of this form, you only have to provide your information as vessel owner, as well as the identifying information about the vessel that’s included in the registry. Once you’ve filled this out, you will simply have to submit it along with payment for the deletion fee and it will only be a short matter of time before you’re granted the certificate.
File For Your Deletion Certificate
No one likes to have to submit documentation applications, everyone knows that. However, that is exactly why we at the National Vessel Documentation Center have set up an easy to use platform that makes those filings everyone finds so tedious and inconvenient all the more simple and straightforward. Here you will find all the forms you might need in order to file for boat registration, a pleasure craft licence, or just about any other relevant vessel procedure. For more information about any of these applications, boating documentation regulations, or Transport Canada filing requirements, feel free to reach out to our team by way of our contact page. We’re here to help.