Fees and Forms for Arizona Boating

Download and submit the appropriate forms to get out and hit the water.

renew your watercraft registration

The online watercraft registration system allows individuals to renew their registration and have immediate use of their watercraft.

required information to renew

Required information includes your Arizona boat number and one of the following:

We are no longer accepting watercraft registration renewals by telephone

Renew registration online

Nonresident Boating Safety Infrastructure Fee (NBSIF)

*Note that nonresidents of this state must pay a Nonresident Boating Safety Infrastructure Fee and possess proof of payment of the fee before mooring, anchoring or operating the watercraft on the waterways of this State.  This additional surcharge is used for boating education, law enforcement, emergency response, improvements to public launch facilities and the placement of navigational aids.

A member of the Armed Forces of the United States who is on active duty and stationed in this state for a period of at least thirty (30) days immediately before applying for watercraft registration, or who is stationed in another state or country and who lists this State as that member’s home of record is exempt from the requirement to pay the Nonresident Boating Safety Infrastructure Fee.

general watercraft information

watercraft forms

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Recreation in Arizona

License your off-highway vehicle for going out on trails. Check out the lakes in Arizona and what they have to offer.

buy your OHV decal

OHVs are required by law to display a valid Arizona decal to operate on public and state trust lands in Arizona.

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spend some time boating on arizona lakes

See information about many Arizona lakes, including fishing, facilities and lake amenities.

lake locations

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