I'm in the UK for a few weeks but my wife's in Spain (Marbella).
The Spanish Customs have descended on the harbour and issued requests to inspect papers (which we have, no problem there, as such) to all and sundry. However we, like other people have been moored there for some while (e.g a year or more). We have a house nearby so haven't necessarily been living aboard all that time, but the boat has been in Spanish waters and tied up in a Spanish marina for more than the formal X months (however many months that is). Obviously we (and others) are worried about potential fines, taxes, etc etc.
Because my wife was not on the boat or even living aboard at the time the officers visited, she got a phone call, then a fax asking for her to visit their offices with the ship's papers. She's bought some time, so this tricky interview has not yet taken place.
Any advice, information, benefits of experience . . would be gratefully received.
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