U.S. Vessel Documentation Center Online Streamlines Coast Guard Registration for Boat Owners With New Online System
With new online filing process, vessel owners are seeing their registrations processed with previously unheard of quickness.
LOS ANGELES, August 11, 2017 (Newswire.com) - U.S. Vessel Documentation Center Online, a third-party service offering online Coast Guard vessel registration, has recently revamped their website. The maritime documentation company, heralded in the industry for their timeliness and accuracy, has even further streamlined their form-filing portal, seeing vessel owners obtain their documentation in record times.
Prior to U.S. Vessel Documentation Center Online launching their service, boat owners were filling out lengthy forms by hand and submitting them by mail in order to acquire vessel registration. As the nature of these documents requires that thorough information be provided, accuracy can at times be an issue, and in the past many boat owners found themselves needing to re-submit their applications.
By offering a simplified way to file for nearly all facets of vessel registration —from the initial documentation, to renewal, to searching by name in order to find historical information — U.S. Vessel Documentation Center Online has catapulted itself to the top of the industry, setting a standard for online form-filing with the U.S. Coast Guard.
Also offering an automated renewal system for vessel owners, U.S. Vessel Documentation Center Online has increased their security to ensure that all payment processing is done safely and efficiently, giving their customers a unique peace of mind in the online form-filing world.
The newly-revamped website is also mobile-friendly, and customers are encouraged to use the company's services with any device that they see fit. By being easily navigable with smart phones and tablets, U.S. Vessel Documentation Center Online has set itself apart when it comes to the upload and processing of scanned documents with the Coast Guard.
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