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Saxton Documentation

954-764-6702
917 SW 19th St.
Fort Lauderdale
Florida
33315
United States

The required documentation and licensing of recreational vessels can be a complex and time consuming task for boat owners. Since 1981, Saxton Documentation Inc. has established a reputation for providing a full range of professional yacht documentation and consultation services. Our firm’s prompt and courteous service has enabled numerous yacht owners to take advantage of all possible registration avenues and owner Jan Saxton’s extensive knowledge of the industry helps to facilitate the documentation process. When it comes to yacht registration services in Fort Lauderdale, FL, you won’t find an easier option that brings you more peace of mind than Saxton Documentation Inc.

Saxton Documentation specializes in both domestic and offshore services. From simple titling and registration to Coast Guard documentation and international vessel registration, know that we have the experience and capabilities to get your yacht out on the water with all of the necessary paperwork behind it.

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