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DPNR Begins Accepting Vessel and Mooring Registrations for 2019-20

CHRISTIANSTED — Commissioner nominee Jean-Pierre Oriol of the Department of Planning and Natural Resources said that the Division of Environmental Enforcement (DEE) will immediately begin vessel and mooring registrations for the 2019-2020 year.

Oriol said all permitted mooring holders must include in their applications to the Division of Environmental Protection the GPS coordinates of their mooring in “decimal degrees” format of the Geographic Coordinate System 1984 (e.g. 17.74891, -64.705368) for proper processing of their application for the 2019-2020 registration year.  

For new mooring applicants, you will be required to provide the GPS coordinate to DEE within 30 days of the installation of your mooring.

Boaters are asked to walk with the most current registration cards to expedite the process.  Boaters are also reminded that registration after June 30th will be considered late and may be subject to a late fee.

Mail in registration will also be accepted for both districts. 

St. Thomas                                                                                     St. Croix

DPNR attn Jessica Magras                                                        DPNR attn Howard Forbes

4607 Tutu Park Mall                                                                 6003 Anna’s Hope

Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas 00802                                  Christiansted, VI 00802

For more information contact Howard A. Forbes, Sr., Director at (340) 773-5774 on St. Croix or Jessica A.M. Parris, Asst. Director at (340) 774-3320 ext. 5125 on St. Thomas.

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