Organisation : NSW Government
Facility Name : Renew or Restore A Vessel Registration
Country : Australia
Website : https://www.service.nsw.gov.au/transaction/renew-or-restore-vessel-registration
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What is NSW Government Renew Vessel Registration?
Vessel registration is available as a digital licence. You can view, show, update, and renew your vessel’s rego on the Service NSW mobile app. To find out more about digital licences, see Get started with digital licences. Registration is valid for 12 months. You must renew it on or before the due date. See ‘Renew your vessel registration’ at roads-waterways. Your registration can be cancelled or suspended if your vessel is unsafe, unseaworthy or environmentally hazardous.
Related / Similar Status : NSW Government Aquatic Licence Application
How To Renew NSW Government Vessel Registration?
To Renew NSW Government Vessel Registration, the steps are given below
** Go to the above link.
** Select the ‘Renew online’ button.
** Select ‘Next’.
** Enter your registration number and renewal number as shown on your renewal notice. (If you don’t have your renewal number, select ‘Don’t have?’ and enter your name, birth date and postcode.)
** Select ‘Next’.
** Confirm the details of your licence.
** Enter your payment details.
** Read and confirm the declaration.
** Your renewal notice will tell you when your rego is due
** If you don’t want to renew online, you can visit a service centre, call us on 13 77 88, or send a renewal payment through the mail.
Renewing Your Licence Details
** When your boat or personal watercraft (PWC) licence expires, you can renew it for another 1, 3, 5 or 10 years.
** You must renew your licence within 5 years after it expires, otherwise.
** You’ll have to complete the entire licence process again.
** If you have combined your NSW driver licence with your boat or PWC licence, you must renew the licences at the same time.
** The registration number must be displayed on both sides of the hull. Sailing boats can display it on the transom.
** The displayed number must be in a contrasting colour to the hull, solid and clear, and in numerals and upper case letters.
** For powerboats, it must be a minimum of 150mm high.
** For sailing boats and PWC it must be a minimum of 100mm high.
** It must be well above the normal waterline so it can be seen at all times
Payment Methods for NSW Vessel Registration
The Payment Methods for NSW Vessel Registration are given below,
1. Online transactions:
** Credit or debit card (MasterCard, Visa, American Express, UnionPay or Diners Club)
2. Phone transactions:
Credit or debit card (MasterCard, Visa, or American Express)
3. In person at a service centre:
Payments may be made by using:
1. cash (for exceptions see where cash payments are not accepted)
2. cheque (personal or bank)
3. credit or debit card
** American Express (not available at all locations)
** Diners Club
4. money order.