As of March 17 , to get your pleasure craft licence , you must mail the following documents to the Pleasure Craft Licensing Centre: One 1 5BC fire extinguisher if the pleasure craft is equipped with an inboard engine, a fixed fuel tank of any size, or a fuel-burning cooking, heating or refrigeration appliance. Input the required information into each screen. Pleasure boat licence conditions. Complete Part B by writing the current licence number of the pleasure craft in the space provided. To transfer a license to your name, submit the following documents: The marking of the pleasure craft with the new number will be the owner's responsibility.
Complete Part B by writing the current licence number of the pleasure craft in the space provided. The Canada Shipping Act, contains changes with new vessel categories and new fees for registration and transfers. Welcome to the official BOATsmart! Our Transport Canada multiple-choice test is open book with unlimited free retries. The mandatory safety equipment specified under the Small Vessel Regulations are minimum requirements only. Mooring to authorized signs, altering, defacing, removing.
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A surveyor's report of the suitability of the boat. Call any time with questions. Proof of competency can be any of the following: Will you leave a gift in your Will to keep the canals and rivers you care about alive? Emergency First Aid at Work Level 3. A free day out for all the family. Displaying your licence You must display a copy of your Pleasure Boats Licence in a visible place inside the boat.
Winter open days Our open days offer a different perspective of our waterways, a behind-the-scenes look at the great work we do. To avoid delays, please read all of the instructions before completing and submitting the form. Buy or transfer a trailer license at the provincial Vehicle Licence Office where you intend to drive it. For more information about Pleasure Craft Licensing, registering a boat in Ontario and registration visit: The regulation applies to all boats mostly operated or kept in Canada.