We expect that all re-registration forms have now been posted. Please complete the re-registration form and return by post to:
Boat Registration Officer, Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park, Carrochan, Carrochan Road, Balloch, G83 8EG
Once we receive this, we will process the re-registration then will post out Annual Marks for 2021. As the Duncan Mills Memorial Slipway remains closed at this time, we can only accept forms by post. Please bear in mind there may be some delays this year due to the difficulties of operating during the COVID-19/Coronavirus pandemic.
Owners wishing to pay the Voluntary Annual Operations donation can do so on our website payments page.
It remains a requirement under the Loch Lomond Byelaws 2013 for any powered craft on the Loch to have an up to date registration. We would there strongly encourage all owners to follow the above procedure as soon as they receive their re-registration form in the post.
Looking to Re-registration in 2022
We envisage moving to a paperless boat registration system in the near future to enable us to deliver a more streamlined, efficient and environmentally friendly service. We are therefore encouraging all owners to ensure that they ensure that we have an up to date email address on the re-registration form.
Byelaws were introduced on Loch Lomond to improve safety, reduce disturbance to wildlife, local people and visitors. Some byelaws apply to all users of Loch Lomond however, legally, if you are using motorised vessels on Loch Lomond you’ll need to register it with the National Park Authority and display the registration number on your vessel.
Due to Scottish Government protection levels the Duncan Mills Memorial Slipway office will be closed from Thursday 24 December until further notice. Boat registration will still be available online and via email during this time. Enquiries can be sent to email@example.com
Boat registrations run from 1st February – 31st January each year.
Return your form by post or in person to: Duncan Mills Memorial Slipway (address top right).
If you are registering for the first time or re-registering without your renewal form, you’ll need to provide proof of identity, either in person or by post. This can be either a UK passport or driving licence (or other form of photographic ID), supported by a utility bill or credit card statement containing your address and phone number.
If registering in person your ID must be originals, not copies. If you are registering by post or email, please scan your original document and include a copy with your completed form. We cannot return scanned copies but they will be securely destroyed once your identity has been verified.
Please note: Use of the slipway for non-powered vessels is free, provided they are not launched using a vehicle.
For security reasons we are no longer able to accept cash payments at the slipway.
|Launch pass type||Cost|
|Multiple launch pass||£80|
|Single launch pass||£20|
|Commercial vessel multiple launch pass||£250|
These charges help us to provide facilities and services across the National Park including at the Duncan Mills Memorial Slipway.
When you have registered and paid, you will be issued with two annual marks, two full sets of registration numbers, letters and backing sheets, a copy of the byelaws booklet and a card to assist you in the recognition of buoys marking the navigational hazards of Loch Lomond.
For those opting for the Multiple Launch Pass, you will be issued with a receipt for your purchase along with a copy of the Terms & Conditions to the use of the Multiple Launch Pass and National Park launch facilities. Your purchase of the Multiple Launch Pass will be recorded on the boat registration database and applies to the relevant vessel registration number.