In Transit Watercraft Sticker Request
If you are requesting a sticker for an “in transit” watercraft that was purchased through a dealership you may bypass this page and go directly to the boat ramp for your sticker. If you are requesting a sticker for a private party purchase please use the form on this page. These requests must be approved by the Board of Directors first. All information below applies to all “in transit” sticker requests.
The following are the guidelines for obtaining a Beaver Lake sticker for your “in transit” watercraft.
- In Transit Period is 30 days from date of purchase in accordance with Nebraska law.
- Owner must submit proof of purchase from the dealership or private bill of sale.
- Owner is required to give a $250 deposit that is non-refundable should the boat not become state registered or the purchase falls through. This is returned when the owner proves they’ve registered it with the state. The deposit is in addition to BLA watercraft sticker fees.
- Owner becomes “not in good standing” should they fail to register the watercraft through the state and puts it on Beaver Lake waters.
Absolutely no guest vessels will be allowed on the lake. In addition, property owners registering guest vessels in their name will not be permitted. Vessels must be registered and titled under one Regular member and/or duly designated Associate Member (company name may appear on a title with owner). If a non-member’s name is titled with a Regular member and/or duly designated Associate Member the vessel will not be registered until the title and registration has been corrected. Vessel owner must be present when the vessel is stickered unless otherwise granted an exception. The Board of Directors can review and grant exceptions to the lake rules and regulations on a case by case situation.