documentation, boat registration, yacht registry, and other marine
databases now available for the boating public. Featuring "BoatScope", the internet's largest all-in-one database for
identifying stolen, damaged, destroyed, submerged, salvaged, or recalled
vessels. It can
also provide complete ownership listings for documented vessels based on
multiple search criteria.
this page to stay current with the latest additions and updates.
• Quick Login -
Member login portal for "BoatScope", our boat history and vessel record
"The internet's foremost boat history & title search resource."
Search for vessel records from six master databases all rolled into
Detailed reports on multiple search criteria with mailing lists for
documented vessel owners.
Unique cross-checking feature for hull numbers, documentation numbers, and
state registration numbers.
Identify vessels that have been stolen, damaged, destroyed, submerged,
salvaged, or recalled.
FDIC Bank Database - FDIC Bank Find allows you to
locate a single FDIC-insured institution by entering one or more of
the criteria below. If more than one institution meets the criteria
you enter, you will be provided with a list of institutions that met
your criteria. Bank Find can answer questions such as: Is My Bank
Insured? Where are My Bank's Branches Located? Where is My Bank's
Home (Main) Office Located? What is My Bank's Web Site Address? What
Happened to My Bank (Historical List of Events)? Does My Bank have a
New Name? Is My Bank Still Open? And More.
Federal Reserve Bank Database - Federal Reserve
System searchable database contains a listing of all financial
institutions in the United States including a history of
acquisitions and mergers. Such information is helpful in creating a
nexus between a mortgagee or legal owner and a non-recorded
successor in interest.
Union Database - National Credit Union Administration
database contains a nationwide listing of credit unions which can be
searched by location or type of membership.
Hague Authorities - A listing of
countries that subscribe to the Hague Convention and can issue
internationally recognized notarization apostilles. This is required by
the U.S. Coast Guard for recordable vessel documentation instruments
when signed abroad.
USLF Attorney Database - This database, which is
hosted through our affiliation with U.S. Legal Forms, contains a
state-by-state listing of attorneys. The listings are arranged by areas
of practice, including maritime law. The service is provided at no
charge as a courtesy for our readers.
Association - The Maritime Law
Association of the United States contains a searchable database of
maritime attorneys throughout the country.
Record Vendors - A searchable
database of public record vendors that can provide UCC searches in all
states. Certain vendors can also provide boat registration records in
unrestricted states. This service is provided courtesy of BRB
Code of Federal Regulations -
Title 46 Part 67 - U.S. Coast Guard administrative code
which deals with vessel documentation. These are the regulations
upon which the National Vessel Documentation Center makes its
determinations for vessel recordings.
Code of Federal Regulations
Title 46 Part 69 - U.S. Coast Guard administrative code
which deals with measurement of vessels for documentation purposes.
Title 46 - Shipping - Federal legislative code which
covers certain regulations about vessel documentation. Chapter 121
deals with state level numbering of non-documented vessels. Chapter
123 deals with state level numbering of non-documented
vessels. Chapters 141-147 deal with vessel measurement. Chapter 313
deals with preferred vessel mortgages and maritime liens.