Register a Boat in Oklahoma
Once you have applied for your Oklahoma boat registration, you are one step closer to launching from the ramp or dock in order to take advantage of sunny days spent on the water with family and friends. The next best step would be to sign up for a boat operation safety course so that you have full knowledge of the boating laws and safety requirements.
OKLAHOMA BOATING LAWS AND REGULATIONS
Learning boat operation safety laws and regulations before taking to the waterways of Oklahoma is just as important as learning the rules of the road before you get behind the wheel of your car. By completing an approved boating safety course and following the Oklahoma boating laws, you will have the safest and most relaxing time on the water.
IT’S NOT A FEE, IT’S A CONTRIBUTION
When you apply for your Oklahoma boat registration, you will need to pay registration fees that are based upon a combination of the manufacturer's original retail price of the boat and the current age of the boat. Boat registration fees help fund projects such as waterway clean-up, boat ramp maintenance, lake mapping, and boat safety education.
OKLAHOMA BOAT REGISTRATION INFORMATION
- Vessels previously registered in other states must be registered after 60 calendar days of being brought into Oklahoma.
- Any vessel that is used or moored on Oklahoma waterways, must be registered. Except, canoes, kayaks and paddleboats are no longer subject to titling and registration.
- The Oklahoma Tax Commission (OTC) handles boat registrations and titles. You will need to complete an application for certificate of title for a boat, complete a boat our outboard motor serial number confirmation among other requirements.