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Old 10-17-2020, 08:22 PM   #1
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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, 06:46 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, 07:36 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, 04:35 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, 09:16 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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Old 10-24-2020, 09:52 AM   #6
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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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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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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).

Mostly. Registering with the state saves 5 bucks yes but getting the stickers in the dead of the winter leaves all sorts of time to misplace them. Every year I have folks show up having lost them or they left them back at their house in Connecticut. Register in the Spring locally, leave with the stickers in your hand and slap them on the boat is the best way IMO.
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Old 11-21-2020, 03:29 PM   #13
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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
If you don't mind sharing, what boat did you order? In September I ordered a Regal LS6 (26', 350 HP). I'm curious about what you chose.

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Old 11-22-2020, 10:17 AM   #14
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If you don't mind sharing, what boat did you order? In September I ordered a Regal LS6 (26', 350 HP). I'm curious about what you chose.

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If you don't mind sharing, what boat did you order? In September I ordered a Regal LS6 (26', 350 HP). I'm curious about what you chose.

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Hi Tom,
We must be shopping at the same place as we also ordered an LS6.
Have you heard an update on delivery? I read in another forum that Regal is pushing back their ship dates??
Enjoy your new boat
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Hi Tom,
We must be shopping at the same place as we also ordered an LS6.
Have you heard an update on delivery? I read in another forum that Regal is pushing back their ship dates??
Enjoy your new boat

Great minds think alike!!! The LS6 is my second Regal. I enjoy working with the team at Silversands.

I put my order in the first week of September. At the time, I was told that orders were coming in fast and slots were already filling up. I don't have a build date yet. I just hope to take delivery sometime in May.

Enjoy your boat as well. Let me know when you have a delivery date.
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