- Environment Agency
- Part of:
- Environment Agency charging schemes and River Thames: boat registration and application forms
- 28 November 2014
- Last updated:
- 16 November 2016, see all updates
Boat registration charges for the River Thames.
Ref: LIT 10600 PDF, 428KB, 5 pages
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All boats kept, used or let for hire on the River Thames must be registered in line with the Environment Agency (Inland Waterways) Order 2010.
If you have a boat and you keep it afloat or use it on the River Thames, you need to register it.
This requirement extends to every part of the non-tidal River Thames between Cricklade Bridge and Teddington Lock, and the short section of the tidal River Thames between Teddington Lock and the Port of London Authority’s boundary, including backwaters and marinas.
Published: 28 November 2014
Updated: 16 November 2016
- Boat registration charges for 2016/17 have been added.
- Document River Thames boat registration charges 1 January 2015 to 31 December 2015 removed as it is out of date.
- We have added the boat registration charges for 2016.
- First published.