Stolen Boat Registry
Free stolen boat database search lookup.
⚫Helps protect your investment.
⚫Covers ski-boats to mega-yachts.
⚫Augments statutory recordings.
⚫No login or password required.
⚫Avoid fraudulent transactions.
⚫Nationwide and foreign exposure.
About the Stolen Boat Registry
How to search for stolen boat records and post listings.
About - The boat lien claims registry is a free service designed for
the general pubic, insurance companies, and law enforcement agencies. It affords a unique
opportunity for exposing stolen boats of all types to interested parties. This is
exactly what thousands of our readers are looking
for each and every day. It is an ideal way to supplement statutory government recordings
which are not typically publicized.
Searches - Search findings are immediately available online without a subscription. In order to obtain the best results, be sure to submit all known identification numbers for the boat you are searching. These may include an official USCG documentation number, hull identification number, or state registration number. All records are displayed right on this page and will show the respective details. You will find the reporting agency, boat specifications, date stolen, location of theft, and case number.
Postings - Registry postings are available online to all reporting individuals or agencies and without fees or a subscription. The only requirements are that postings must be related to a specific boat and sufficient contact information must be provided for any interested parties. Upon receipt of the posting, we will send a confirmation by email along with further information about removing or altering said listing.
Caveats - It is important to understand that our registry contains proprietary data only and does not include statutory recordings. Such information must be obtained directly from the respective enforcement agency. Our listings are for informational purposes only and must be verified with the respective agency. The same applies to any information about boats which have been recovered. The registry merely places interested parties on notice about the existence of a reported theft that may or may not affect the subject boat.