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Alaska Boat Registration / Title Forms and FAQ

Alaska Frequently Asked Questions

Alaska Registration and Title Information
Summary of boat registration and titling rules in Alaska
How do you register a boat in Alaska?
In Alaska, initial registration is done in person at your local DMV
Where do you register your boat in Alaska?
In Alaska, you register your boat through the DMV
What boats are required to be registered in Alaska?
The following boats are required to be registered in Alaska: All boats unless specifically exempted
What boats do not require registration in Alaska?
The following boats are not required to be registered in Alaska: • A ship’s lifeboat • A seaplane • An inspected passenger vessel • A single air mattress, single inner tube, or other water toy • Non-powered boats • A vessel registered elsewhere • A vessel owned by a government • A foreign documented boat
Are USCG documented boats required to be registered in Alaska?
USCG documented boats are required to be registered in Alaska
How much does it cost to register a boat in Alaska?
To register a boat in Alaska, the fees are as follows: • $24 for powered boats • $10 for non-powered boats
How much does it cost to get a duplicate boat registration in Alaska?
A duplicate boat registration in Alaska costs $5
How much does it cost to get a duplicate boat decal in Alaska?
A duplicate boat decal in Alaska costs $5
How much does it cost to transfer a boat registration in Alaska?
Boat registration transfers are treated as new registrations in Alaska
Does Alaska title boats?
Boats are titled in Alaska
Where do you title your boat in Alaska?
In Alaska, boats are titled through the DMV
What boats are required to be titled in Alaska?
Undocumented boat more than 24 feet are required to be titled in Alaska.
What boats do not require a title in Alaska?
The following boats do not require a title in Alaska: • An undocumented boat 24 feet or less in length • A boat of any length documented with the U.S. Coast Guard •Note: A documented boat is also exempt from state numbering, however, the registration decal must be displayed.
How much does it cost to title a boat in Alaska?
It costs $20 to title a boat in Alaska
How much does it cost to get a duplicate boat title in Alaska?
A duplicate boat title in Alaska costs $20
Helpful Links for Alaska:
Boat Registration, Division of Motor Vehicles, Department of Administration, State of Alaska

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