The Boat, Recreation Vehicle, and Snowmobile Registration Bureau is responsible for registering motorboats, snowmobiles, and recreation vehicles in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. We have five conveniently located registration offices to serve our customers throughout the state.
If you are registering a boat, off-highway vehicle, or snowmobile for the first time, check here for the documentation that you need to bring to the Registration Office.
Online Registration System Problems
We are currently experiencing intermittent issues with our Online registration system. If you encounter a problem during the online registration process, please contact us for assistance--Phone 617-626-1610 (during normal business hours) or email . We apologize for the inconvenience.
Renew your motorboat, snowmobile, or recreation vehicle registration online!
Please note: In an effort to avoid raising registration fees overall, there is a $3.00 system maintenance fee charged for all registration related transactions processed online. If you wish to avoid paying this fee, you can mail or walk in your application and required documents to one of our registration offices for processing. Please enclose, with your application, a check or money order, payable to the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
Also, please be aware--if you wish to renew or duplicate an existing motorboat, snowmobile, or recreation vehicle registration, you should already be on our customer list. Please follow the instructions for an Existing Customer once you enter the site. You will be asked to provide your customer ID or your last name, date-of-birth, and city/zip code.
Registration News and Updates
- We do not accept cash at our registration offices We will no longer accept cash in any of our five registration offices.
Please bring either a personal check or money order to cover your transactions.
- Pay your boat, off-highway vehicle or snowmobile sales tax online
Click this link to visit the Massachusetts Department of Revenue and pay your boat, OHV or snowmobile sale tax online.
- Massachusetts Title Law Summary
- Massachusetts Environmental Police Marine Permit Application Request
Request an application for a marine permit to hold a boating event.
In accordance with chapter 90B section 11 of the Massachusetts General Laws, the director of the Massachusetts Environmental Police issues permits for boating events to promote public safety and to reduce interference with marine traffic.
Check here for fees and payment methods for motor boat, ATV, and snowmobile registration, titling, duplicates, and permits.
Click here to review some of the common questions asked by our boat registration customers.
Click here for a list of frequently asked questions about Off-Highway Vehicles and Snowmobiles.