Your documents will be processed and screened for any omissions or errors by our private company's documentation processors. Once complete, we will change your status to pending.
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Our private company will submit your documentation to the proper authorities, and you're done! Your docs will be issued by the US Coast Guard. We will keep you updated as to their current wait list times.
Maritime Documentation Center is a private firm and not affiliated with National Vessel Documentation Center
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When you purchase a boat, it is standard practice to take out a particular type of loan known as a Preferred Ship Mortgage. These are a traditional type of bank loans, in operation for more than a century, which gives you special allowances on your mortgage, in exchange for the bank placing a lien on your vessel. After many years,
You are considering buying a boat from a seller, and want to know more about the vessel than the buyer can tell you. You might want to know its place of origin, which can affect the type of registration you can apply for, or are concerned that there might be unresolved liens on the boat. A Coast Guard vessels lookup
If you have a documented vessel, you have a documented vessel number. You may wonder why you would want to get your vessel documented and how the process would work. There are many benefits to getting your documented vessel numbers, but it’s not for everyone. Some vessels have to be documented, whereas others shouldn’t be documented. Below, we’ll touch on
The US Vessel Registry, among other things, keeps track of USCG vessel documentation. If this may sound new to you, it very much isn’t new. In fact, this is one of the first agreed-upon functions of the United States government. The 11th act of the very First Congress was setting up vessel documentation. The reasons that they did so are
You’ve bought the vessel of your dreams. Maybe it’s brand new, maybe it’s used, but one thing is for sure: this is your vessel. This is the vessel you have always wanted, the vessel which will take you where you want to go. “Where do you want to go” could be around the world, it could be around the lake,
For vessel owners who have been cooped up all winter on land, spring can feel like a dream come true. Finally, the weather is nice enough to take your vessel out on the water. However, safety always has to be your main priority. Too many vessel owners simply rush their vessel out on the water as soon as there’s a