Motorboat & Jetski Restricted Areas – No Speed, No Play – See Regs. Protect Our Turtles and Other Sealife.         “Operation shall be in a straight line…and at reduced speed without excessive wake.”

Motorboat VI Rules and Regs -highlighted for St. John  click on title!

Visiting Vacationing Boaters:  How to Enjoy the Virgin Islands National Park waters: National Park Marine Webpage & Map

DPNR has a great Facebook page for Boating and other Environmental info:  //

Local Boaters – Registration Forms – Annual Renewal Deadline July  14th, 2018:  Download here:  DPNR Registration Instructions,  DPNR Boat Registration Application, DPNR Mooring Permit Application

You can mail in or  go to the new office at Turnbull Library in Tutu.  Call 340-774-3320 to get fee amount to mail in.  Include self-addressed envelope.

What to know if you own a boat in the Virgin Islands:  VI Boating Rules & Good Practice

Hurricane Preparedness:   DOWNLOAD THIS VALUABLE BOOK on How to Prepare Your Vessel to Survive a Hurricane in the Virgin Islands by Fatty Goodlander for VITEMA – the Virgin Islands Territorial Management Agency. It was published around year 2000 – based on the experiences of Hurricanes Marilyn and Hego.  Really good thoughtful advice that is still very relevant.  Read it early and plan how to protect your boat — and other people’s boats from your boat…

National Park Service Hurricane Hole Storm Refuge information