All vessels registered and titled in Florida must display three types of identification:
Florida registration number, hull identification number (HIN), and registration decal.
Florida Registration Number
According to Florida Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles, the Florida registration number issued to a vessel is permanent and remains with the vessel as long as it is operated or stored in Florida, even though ownership may change.
The Florida registration number must be permanently attached to both sides of the bow (forward half) in block letters and numbers at least three inches high. The number must read from left to right, contrast in color with the vessel and be maintained in readable condition.
Hull Identification Number
The HIN must be permanently affixed to the outboard side of the transom or, if there is no transom, the outermost starboard side at the end of the hull, above the waterline. The characters of the HIN must be of no less than 12 numbers and letters and no less than ¼ inch high (see image below).
The decal must be displayed on the port (left) side of the vessel, immediately before or after the registration number (see image below). Decals from expired registrations must be removed from the vessel.
You can get decals for any of the following:
Commercial Vehicle Numbers
Marine Registration Numbers
CDL License Numbers
State License Numbers
Carrier Registration Numbers
Reflective Number Decals
Carbon Fiber Decals
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Get 1 color for $30 and 2 colors for $50,
or you can get your numbers in black carbon fiber or reflective!
(Pricing depends on amount of material used, quote above is subject to change based on each project)
(Psst… Getting Registration Numbers on your Jet Ski is the SAME process as getting numbers on your boat!)