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Old 10-17-2020, 09:22 PM   #1
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Default New boat registration fees

Looking to purchase 26 2021 Bowrider with 350 hp and several extras.
Can anyone give me a rough idea what NH is going to charge for registration?
Thanks for any input you can offer
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Old 10-18-2020, 07:46 AM   #2
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There is some information here:

http://www.gencourt.state.nh.us/rsa/...2-A/72-A-3.htm
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Old 10-18-2020, 08:36 AM   #3
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Thank you TitonBB for this Info. I must be reading this chart incorrectly. I am hoping I am not but $188.64 annually seems to cheap. Wondering if there is other math I should be doing?
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Old 10-21-2020, 05:35 PM   #4
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Sounds about right. Registrations for boat go off of year and length if it's a sterndrive, and the rates are quite reasonable.
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Old 10-21-2020, 10:16 PM   #5
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Thank you TitonBB for this Info. I must be reading this chart incorrectly. I am hoping I am not but $188.64 annually seems to cheap. Wondering if there is other math I should be doing?
Feel free to add some $. It is a tax deductible donation to the state. Be sure to designate for Navigation Safety Fund or Lakes Protection. (MP or Milfoil).
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$262.14 will be your total. Register it locally, some of the money stays local if you do so. It will go down a bit each year for 5 years before it flatlines.
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$262.14 will be your total. Register it locally, some of the money stays local if you do so. It will go down a bit each year for 5 years before it flatlines.
If you do it locally, town hall, marina, etc. there is a $5 agent's fee. If you do it by mail to Concord or at MP HQ in Glendale, there is no agent fee and the $$ mostly goes to Navigation Safety Fund (MP).
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Thanks to all for the input. Local marina tells me about $258. Although we would always like to pay less, this seems fair enough for a new boat.
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If you're buying it new, you won't be paying the registration until next year, right?

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If you're buying it new, you won't be paying the registration until next year, right?

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That is correct. Will be taking delivery in the spring as they need to build the boat. I will register when we finalize the purchase. I was just curious how much it would be setting us back compared to the boat we just traded. A difference of about 170 annually.
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That is correct. Will be taking delivery in the spring as they need to build the boat. I will register when we finalize the purchase. I was just curious how much it would be setting us back compared to the boat we just traded. A difference of about 170 annually.
Boat registrations like car registrations are prorated the first 4 years from new where they backdoor collect the equivalent of a "tax" through progressive registration fees. However being NH it's not called a tax rather a "fee".
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