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  • Year-end boat registration renewal notices

    Registration renewal notices for decals expiring in 2015 were sent with a typographical error reflecting 2014. 

    The renewal fee in your notice will renew your registration for two years, through December 31, 2017.  Please use the coupon at the bottom of the notice or renew online to receive your 2017 registration decal.

    As a reminder, fees were increased from $3 per foot to $4.50 per foot.

    We apologize for any confusion.

    Motorboat Fee Matrix

Agency Programs Know Before You Go
Title and Registration
Renew Online Using RegLine:
Includes a printable temporary permit to use the boat right away.
Access your account in RegLine.
  • If there are no changes to your address, click on the Boat Renewal tab in the Access Your Account box and renew using the OR number and PIN from your renewal notice. 
  • If you need to change your address or renew multiple boats with one payment, login using the User ID on the renewal notice and Password sent in the separate mailing.
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
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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​...

NEW! "Water Wits"- our K-12 aquatic safety, science, and stewardship curriculum.  Click here...
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Power House Cove 
Marine Law Enforcement
A law enforcement boat's blue light 


Interactive Boating Access Map
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