No risk to you — 100% satisfaction guaranteed! Order Now

Back to State Selection

Colorado Registration and Title FAQ and Documents

FAQ
Colorado Registration and Title Information
Summary of boat registration and titling rules in Colorado
How do you register a boat in Colorado?
In Colorado, you can register your boat at a Parks and Wildlife office or through the mail.
Where do you register your boat in Colorado?
In Colorado, you register your boat through Colorado Parks and Wildlife.
What boats are required to be registered in Colorado?
The following boats are required to be registered in Colorado: Any boat with a motor or sail operated on any public waters in Colorado
What boats do not require registration in Colorado?
Non-motorized boats without a sail are not required to be registered in Colorado
Are USCG documented boats required to be registered in Colorado?
USCG documented boats are not required to be registered in Colorado
How much does it cost to register a boat in Colorado?
To register a boat in Colorado, the fees are as follows: • Less than 20 feet in length - $35.25 • 20 feet to less than 30 feet - $45.25 • 30 feet or greater - $75.25 • ANS stamp: Motorboats & Sailboats from Colo. - $25.00 • ANS stamp: Motorboats & Sailboats from another state - $50.00​
How much does it cost to get a duplicate boat registration in Colorado?
A duplicate boat registration in Colorado costs $5.00
How much does it cost to get a duplicate boat decal in Colorado?
A duplicate boat decal in Colorado costs $5
How much does it cost to transfer a boat registration in Colorado?
Boat registration transfers are treated as new registrations in Colorado
Does Colorado title boats?
Boats are not titled in Colorado
Helpful Links for Colorado:
Colorado Parks & Wildlife - Boat Registration

Trusted By

State Farm BoatU.S. South Shore Marine NICB Progressive Tampa Yacht Sales Marine Connection Brewer Yacht Sales NADA Guides Pop Yachts Markel Insurance US Alliance