'Free' does not mean 'free' or give any rights
"Charles 1 granted Appledore the status of freeport after he stayed there one night. Amongst other rights, this means that anyone can put down a semi-permanent mooring on the seabed. "
Christie Estates may be concerned with moorings.
Freeport only means that: Goods may be landed for storage and handling, and possibly processed into manufactured goods. Duty is charged only if the goods are moved from the free port into the adjacent territory. They can be exported to other countries without duty being charged.
In a nutshell, saves all the paper work and helps business move more quickly.
When did that yacht club become friendly, a friend of a friend tells me they don't sort out the plausible drunk at corner of the bar with the loud, foul language and threatening behaviour towards women.
Last edited by Bunchats; 06-07-10 at 11:50.
Reason: additional info
Screenshot will show the lie, when the time's right