Top BoatUS Priorities Under A New Administration
Political priorities and faces have changed, but one thing remains the same: We're still fighting for you on the big stage of Washington, D.C.
New Law Requires Skippers To Use Engine Cutoff Device
Federal safety rule, which goes into effect April 1, 2021, applies to boats less than 26 feet operating at plane or above displacement speed.
When Good Boats Go Bad
Florida legislature and law enforcement seek to remove hundreds of derelict vessels from state waters and prevent vessels from becoming derelict in the first place.
Can You Legally Boat In Another State?
If you plan to skipper your boat outside the state in which you reside, check state and local boating requirements to ensure you're on the right side of the law.
Uniform Titling For Boats
A Member interested in a used boat wanted to know how to tell if it might have been salvaged or sunk after a hurricane. The answer? You can't tell. Yet.
The Boaters' Voice On Capitol Hill
There's an old political saying: If you're not at the table, you may be on the menu. Your BoatUS Government Affairs team is right at the table, protecting your interests.