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Coalitions: Strength In Numbers
BoatUS leverages our political effectiveness by strategic partnering with like-minded groups that share our goal of looking out for your interests.
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.
New Line of Defense Against Asian Carp
Invasive fish species has relentlessly spread through American waters, but engineers have developed a new defense weapon.
BoatUS Supports Faster Fund Distribution For Dredging
Ports and harbors around the country have been authorized to get needed dredging and infrastructure improvements. The money is there. The problem lies in appropriation.
Boaters’ Tax Dollars At Work
The Sport Fish Restoration and Boating Trust Fund returns tax money for boating infrastructure improvements that benefit boaters and anglers. A longtime champion of the Fund, BoatUS is working to ensure it continues.
Tax Changes For Boaters
Comprehensive tax changes were made in 2018 and, fortunately for boaters, the news is mostly good. Here's what you need to know.
In Search Of Common Ground Through Boating Caucuses
Take comfort knowing BoatUS is always there for you fighting for boater-friendly legislation.
How Much Does Boating Contribute To The Economy?
A report by the Department of Commerce says it's a lot of money — and policymakers notice a lot of money.