Expired .NAVY Domains

Registration Requirements

There is no special process needed to register a .NAVY domain name, no special action is needed on your end.

.NAVY Registry Information

Registration Service

http://www.donuts.domains/

Whois Server

whois.nic.navy

Registration Date

2014-05-29

Registration Price

$31.00 Annually

Registered Domains

957

Whois Privacy

Yes

.NAVY Stats Last 24hrs

Domains Count 0
Domains with backlinks 0
Majestic TF > 5 0
Moz DA > 5 0
Ahrefs DR > 5 0

.NAVY Stats Total

Domains Count 0
Domains with backlinks 0
Majestic TF > 5 0
Moz DA > 5 0
Ahrefs DR > 5 0

.NAVY Top Registrars

Registrar name Registered domains Share, %
GoDaddy.com, LLC 225 12.26%
Google LLC 158 8.61%
NameCheap, Inc. 111 6.05%
NameSilo, LLC 79 4.31%
Porkbun LLC 48 2.62%
eNom, LLC 34 1.85%
Name.com, Inc. 33 1.80%
Sav.com, LLC 25 1.36%
Network Solutions, LLC 21 1.14%
Cronon AG 20 1.09%

.NAVY Domain Sales

Domain Price Date Venue
global.navy $1.00 2021-11-16 Sav.com

What is the .navy domain name?

The .navy domain name is a top-level domain name that is specifically for the United States Navy.

This domain name is aimed at members of the Navy, their families, and their supporters. The .navy domain name can be used to create websites, email addresses, and more for members of the Navy and their families.


Why should I use a .navy domain name?

The .navy domain name is a great way for the Navy community to connect and communicate with one another.

Using the .navy domain name gives military members, veterans, and families a unique space online where they can show their support for those serving in the Navy today and those who have served previously.

If you are a member of the Navy or a supporter of the Navy, the .navy domain name is the perfect domain name for you.

With a .navy domain name, you can create a website or email address that is specifically for members of the Navy and their families.

If you are a member of the Navy or have a loved one who is, then it may be important to use a .navy domain name.

This will help to show your support for the Navy while also providing a unique and memorable web address that can be used by anyone in your family. Additionally, using a .navy domain name can help you to connect with other members of the Navy community online.


What do I need to use a .navy domain name?

The requirements are as follows:

• Personal presence of at least one webmaster (registrant) must be established; however, no physical address or other personal information is required.

• The registrant must be a part of the United States Navy or an organization that supports the United States Navy.

• Domain name must reflect support for the United States Navy.


Are there any other benefits to using a .navy domain name?

In addition to connecting with other members of the Navy community, there are several other benefits to using a .navy domain name.

Some of these benefits include:

- A unique and memorable web address that can be used by anyone in your family.

- The ability to create websites and email addresses specifically for members of the Navy and their families.

- The ability to connect with the Navy community online.

If you meet eligibility requirements, a .navy domain name can be a great way for you to communicate and connect with other members of the Navy community.

Using a .navy domain name can help show your support for those serving in the Navy today and those who have served previously.


Are there any downsides to using a .navy domain name?

There are no downsides to using a .navy domain name if you meet certain eligibility requirements and it reflects support for the United States Navy.

If you do not meet these requirements or simply do not wish to use this specific top-level domain, then there is nothing wrong with choosing another option such as

• The registrant must be over the age of 18 and a member of the United States Navy or another branch of the military, or a family member of an existing or former U.S. Navy sailor

• The registrant must have verifiable proof that he/she is an active duty member, honorably discharged veteran, reservist, retiree, dependent (spouse/children), civilian affiliate (employee), or supporter (family & friends) of U.S. Navy sailors and their families