DEEP: Boating Publications and Forms

Boating Publications and Forms

Boating Publications
Action Guide for Boaters (PDF)
Outlines important steps that every boater should take to minimize the environmental impacts of boating.
Annual Report of Boating Safety Achievements & Boating Accident Statistics
Aquatic Invasive Species Brochure (PDF) Contains information about aquatic invasive species on Connecticut waters.
Handbook of boating laws and regulations, registration information, guidelines for safe operation and boat launch information.
 
Contains information on safety, a float plan, paddlers etiquette, gear list and channel illustration.
 
Contains information about the laws on the Niantic River.
Boating Forms and Applications
Accident Reporting Form - for general public (PDF) Accident Reporting Form must be completed and sent to DEEP after boating accident resulting in death, injury, disappearance or damage greater than $500.
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Application for Marine Event Permit (PDF)
Application for marine parade, regatta, race, tournament or exhibition to be held on state waters.
Application for Marine Dealer Certificate of Number (PDF) Application to obtain a Marine Dealer Certificate of Number "Dealer Plates".
Application for Regulatory/Navigation Marker Permit (PDF) revised 6/2016 Application for permit to mark a swim area, speed zone, danger area, navigation channel or post information using markers (buoys or beacons).
Application for Water Ski Slalom Course or Jump Permit (PDF) revised 6/2016
Application for permit to set up a water ski slalom course or jump.
Application for Hull Identification Number
Application for Hull Identification Number.
Boating Accident Reporting Form (Responders/Investigators Use Only)
Accident Reporting Form must be completed and sent to DEEP after boating accident resulting in property damage less than $2000.
Accident Reporting Form Long Form - (PDF)

Accident Reporting Guidelines
Accident Report Form must be completed after boating accident resulting in death, injury, disappearance or property damage greater than $2000.