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  1. #11
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    Default Re: Dutch registration

    Quote Originally Posted by Graham376 View Post
    Thanks, it seems they've got an early view from the EU Commission (as I recollect, it was two deadline postponements ago). Still, many aspects unclear: what happens to boats anchored (no proof of stay) in EU territory, specifically Ireland, where AFAIK free movement trough the border is already agreed, boats on the Channel Islands (neither EU nor UK) or other non-EU territories? Whether flag or owner's residency will have any role to play is undecided yet, what we know is, that flag is currently completely independent from VAT status.

  2. #12
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    Apr 2018
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    Mooring, Faro
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    Default Re: Dutch registration

    Quote Originally Posted by GTom View Post
    .......what happens to boats anchored (no proof of stay) in EU territory,
    My boat lives on a mooring in Portugal when we're back in the UK. As I own the mooring, there are no invoices/receipts so I will most likely ask the local club or PM to confirm its location if we Brexit when we're not there. Those living on anchor may be wise to spend the day in a marina.

  3. #13
    Join Date
    Dec 2010
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    Default Re: Dutch registration

    Thanks all ......great info ....am now Dutch registered.......just waiting to have the hull coded.

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