Florida Boat Registration Numbers.com – Your Online
Source for Easy Ordering of Florida Boat Registration
Stickers, Boat Name Graphics, and Boat Lettering
Florida Boat Registration Number stickers – $12.95
Florida Boat Registration Number stickers come in 10 colors and 10 fonts. The State of Michigan’s MC number requirements (read more here) are very specific, and our numbers comply with all regulations – size, font, and letter spacing. Just remember to pick a color that contrasts with your boat’s hull color. If your hull is white, black or blue numbers offer the required contrast.
Your 3 inch tall FL boat registration number stickers can be created with dashes or no-dashes.
Select your color and font from the lists below, type into the order form exactly as you received them from the Secretary of State, use dashes if you’d like to, and click add to cart. Then check out with our easy PayPal ordering system. Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover, PayPal, and e-checks are accepted. Each set (one of the port side, one for the starboard side) is just $ 12.95 plus shipping ($0.95) and Florida sales tax. You only need to order one set to have numbers on both sides of your boat’s hull.
When including your numbers, include both the state prefix and the letters after the numbers like this:
FL 1234 XY (inserting your numbers and your letters in place of our example)
Now available: Matte Black and Carbon Fiber-look numbers
These upgraded numbers add a distinctive touch to your Florida boat registration numbers.
Carbon fiber-look numbers
Frequently Asked Questions
Q. How do I know if my boat or watercraft requires registration number stickers?
A. We’ve included the requirements below.
Q. How do I register my boat with the State of Florida?
A. Contact the Florida Department of Highway Safety & Motor Vehicles to register your boat or watercraft.
Q. How do I know what my boat numbers are?
A. Once you have registered your boat or watercraft with the State of Florida, you will receive your registration documents. Your numbers will be indicated on your paper registration. Your boat registration numbers will also be printed on the decal/sticker that indicates the expiration year of your boat or watercraft registration.
Q. Where do I put the numbers?
A. The State of Florida requires that you place the registration numbers and your registration decal in accordance with several rules, which we have included here for your convenience. You can also download the document from the State of Florida – Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles’ website.
Q. How do I install the stickers from Florida boat registration numbers.com?
A. Click over to our Installing Your Florida Boat Registration Numbers page for some instructions.
Q. How fast will I receive my FL boat registration number stickers?
A. We usually ship within 48 hours or receiving your completed order. If paying by e-check, we will ship after your payment has cleared.
Q. Can I use another font, such as a script or italic font?
A. The State of Florida has specific rules about the style of the letters. According to the state, “All letters and numbers must be plain block characters at least 3 inches high.”
Q. I’d like to have some fancy numbers, with shading and multiple colors, like in the boat store catalog. Can you do those?
A. We can do them, but they would not meet the State of Florida’s requirements, “All letters and numbers must be plain block characters at least 3 inches high.” Here are some examples:
Florida Watercraft and Boat Registration Requirements
Below are the requirements as they appear on the State of Florida DHSMV Web Site.
Watercraft – Registration Requirements
All watercraft, unless exempt, must be registered with the Department of State and display a registration decal. Once a registration number has been assigned, it cannot be transferred to another watercraft. For most watercraft, the registration fee is based on length. All registrations expire on March 31 in the third year of issuance.
Watercraft exempt from registration are:
Those 16 feet or shorter, propelled by oars or paddles, and not used for rental or commercial purposes; Nonmotorized canoes and kayaks not used for rental or commercial purposes, rafts, surfboards, sailboards, and swim floats, regardless of length; and Watercraft registered in another state and used only temporarily in Michigan.
If you have not registered your boat with the State and been assigned FL boat registration numbers, please visit them now online. You can then return here to order your Florida boat registration number stickers.