National Recall Alert Registry is a universal registration site
designed to put manufacturers in touch with owners when safety
defect recalls are announced. Boat and marine engine defect recalls
often involve serious safety problems that must be corrected so
that boats can be operated safely. Federal law requires boat and
marine engine manufacturers to use "reasonable diligence"
in maintaining lists of first purchasers, so owner records are
often incomplete, especially for used boats. Consumers may never
be notified when safety defects are discovered.
the objective of the BoatU.S. National Recall Alert Registry is
to create an easy way for manufacturers to locate boats and notify
their owners that boats may be defective.
For more information
about the Registry, click on Frequent Questions.