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  • New Telephone Hours

    In an effort to allow staff time to process titles and registrations into the agency's new registration and title system, our phone hours are now 10 am to 3 pm, Monday through Friday, until transactions are up-to-date.  Please call the Marine Board office during these phone hours. 

    Expired temporary permits will continue to be honored by local law enforcement.

Agency Programs What to Know Before You Go
Title and Registration Information
Renew online here!  Just click...
Online Options to Renew: Include a printable temporary permit to use the boat right away.
If all of the contact information on your notice is correct, click on the 2016 decal image ------------>
  • *Once on the RegLine page, click on the Boat Renewal Tab in the "Access Your Account" block.  Enter the Certificate of Number (OR Number) and PIN from your renewal notice.

*To update your address and renew, click the decal image above and login. A password was sent in a separate mailing. 
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Customers with boat registration that expired 12/31/11 through 12/31/13 may need to contact us for a new PIN. Customers with boat registrations that expired before 12/31/2011, please contact the Marine Board.
Aquatic Invasive Species Prevention Program
Zebra Mussel
Boating Safety Education
Wear Your Life Jacket!
ALL BOATERS in Oregon are required to take a boating safety course and carry a boater education card when operating a motor boat over 10 hp.
NEW! Online Store - you can now submit your application or order a replacement for your Boater Education Card.  Click here​...
Boating Facilities and Access 
Round 1 Grant Applications Due MARCH 31, 2015
Power House Cove
Marine Law Enforcement
A law enforcement boat's blue light 

 


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Interactive Boating Access Map
 
Latest Boating Information 
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"Clear" Gasoline (non-ethanol) in Oregon Dispensing Gasoline
 
Ethanol-blended fuel has proven to be bad on boat engines. Because ethanol is a solvent, it slowly eats away rubber engine components. Click below to learn more!
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Come Play on Oregon's Waterways
Fishing on the Columbia River during Buoy 10 Salmon Season
 

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