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Recreational Boating Statistics 2020

An annual compilation of recreational boating statistics in the United States, compiled by the U.S. Coast Guard using data supplied by the U.S. states and territories. Recreational Boating Statistics 2020 was released on June 30, 2021. New reports are published in early summer using certified data from the previous year.

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Recreational Boating Statistics 2019

Boating Statistics 2019, the 61st annual report, contains statistics on recreational boating accidents and state vessel registration. This publication is a result of the coordinated effort of the Coast Guard and those states and territories that have Federally-approved boat numbering and casualty reporting systems.

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Info-link: U.S. Small Cruiser Market Snapshot

Small Cruisers are fiberglass, inboard, outboard and stern drive, boats that are between 22’ and 26’ in length. They typically have at least some creature comforts or amenities. They are common in both salt and freshwater environments and are usually used for general recreation and relaxation.

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NRBSS Participation Survey Final Report, October 2020

This report delivers information about the number and profiles of persons that went out on the water in recreational boats and households with at least one member who boated in 2018.

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RBFF Safe Boating Social Media Campaign

Graphics, photos and post content campaign from the Recreational Boating and Fishing Foundation.

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2018 Recreational Boating Statistics

Boating Statistics 2018, the 60th annual report, contains statistics on recreational boating accidents and state vessel registration. This publication is a result of the coordinated effort of the Coast Guard and those states and territories that have Federally-approved boat numbering and casualty reporting systems.

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2017 Recreational Boating Statistics

Boating Statistics 2017, the 59th annual report, contains statistics on recreational boating accidents and state vessel registration. This publication is a result of the coordinated effort of the Coast Guard and those states and territories that have Federally-approved boat numbering and casualty reporting systems.

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