Florida Boat Bill of Sale

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The Florida boat bill of sale is an agreement between two (2) parties, buyer and seller, over an exchange of funds for a vessel including a trailer and outboard motor (if any). The form allows for the parties to breakdown the amounts for each item.

The vessel is usually sold on an ‘as-is’ basis and any inspections or due diligence should be done before the bill of sale is signed.

How to Fill-in

  • Seller’s Name
  • Day of Sale
  • Vessel Information
    • Vessel Number
    • Hull Identification Number (HIN)
    • Make – Year
    • Length
    • Propelled By
  • Purchaser’s Name
  • Purchase Price
    • Boat Value
    • Motor Value (if any)
    • Trailer Value (if any)
  • Title Information (if any)
  • Buyer and Seller Signatures


The new owner of a boat will need to register at a County Tax Collector or License Plate Office.