This is an interesting post on ybw , after Jims post
QUOTE] TThe original Greek law is here (in Greek):
Following is a Google
Article 13 (Law 4211/2013)
Finally residence and voyages (T.P.P.) pleasure boats and small vessels
One . A specific charge was called "End of Stay and Operate '(T.P.P.), which lies:
a) all recreational vessels / private and professional,
b) small motor
vessel of length seven (7) meters or more and
c) professional tourist imeroploia overall length seven (7) meters or more.
The T.P.P. charged for all the above mentioned ships and small boats, regardless of their flag, sailing, moored or anchored in Greek territorial waters.
Two . The T.P.P. calculated on an annual basis, valid from 1 January to 31 December each year and is determined as follows: For a total length of seven (7) feet to eight (8) feet to two hundred (200) euros.
B. The total length of more than eight (8) meters and up to ten (10) feet to three hundred (300) euros.
c For the total length of more than ten (10) meters and up to twelve (12) feet to four hundred (400) euros.
D. The total length of more than (12) measures:
aa) per year, one hundred (100) per meter, calculated from the first measure or
bb) per month, ten (10) per meter, calculated from the first measure. The charge for recreational vessels and commercial tourist imeroploia halved provided the exclusive professional use.
Three . Where ships d of paragraph 2 of this permanently moored in Greek Territory, a discount of thirty percent (30%). The Minister of Marine
and Aegean defined criteria of permanent mooring
means of evidence for the provision of rebate and every detail required for the implementation of this paragraph.
4 . To calculate the T.P.P. take account of the overall length of the vessel or small vessel, which is listed in the document ethnicity or airworthiness certificate or rating certificate or Permit
5 . A. Payment of T.P.P. conducted electronically as follows: aa. for ships or small vessels in the Greek Territory in December each year for the T.P.P. next year, bb. for ships or small boats that will enter Greek territory before entering or entering.
b Alternatively, payment of T.P.P. can be done as follows: aa. For ships or small vessels flying the flag state - state of the EU, entering the Greek Territory, Port Authority issuing the DE.K.P.A..
bb. For ships or small vessels flying the flag of a country outside the EU entering the Greek territory, the Customs
Authority issuing the Transit (Transit Log).
cc. For ships or small vessels, regardless of flag, located in the Greek Territory at the time of entry into force of this Article, the competent tax office conducted or the Port Authority.
The main proof of payment T.P.P. kept with the shipping
documents of the vessel or small vessel and demonstrated to the competent Port, Customs
and Tax Authorities whenever required.
d If a check by the competent Port, Tax and Customs Authority found not paid T.P.P., detain the vessel or small vessel until payment thereof, carried out pursuant to the provisions of subparagraphs a and b of this. In any case it is found that has not been paid the T.P.P. penalty equal to one hundred percent (100%) the year attributable T.P.P. without discount.
6 . Any departure of the ship or small boat from the Greek Territory for any reason at any time before the expiry of T.P.P.
not create an obligation to refund any money
from the State.
If re-ship or small boat in Greek Territory, as long as the T.P.P., there is no requirement to re-pay the T.P.P. for the period until the end force.
7 . A. Persons liable for payment of T.P.P. are:
a) the owner or operator of the recreational vessel or professional tourist imeroploiou or his legal
b) the owner or the owner or user of the private recreational vessel, and
c) the owner or the owner or user of the small vessel. These are jointly and severally liable for the payment of T.P.P.
B. Matters relating to the establishment, control and release attributable acts are governed by the applicable provisions.
By decision of the Ministers of Finance and Aegean Marine
and regulated the manner and process of recovery T.P.P. and any other relevant issue for the implementation of this.
Eight . For the purposes of this Article, the terms used have the following meaning: a recreational vessel means a vessel length of more than seven (7) meters in order for sailing and more than twelve (12) meters to a motor
, the which has the ability of the general construction to use to carry leisure travel.
b recreational vessel means the recreational vessel capacity up to forty-nine (49) passengers, which has adequate and appropriate accommodation especially for passengers on the exploitation of whom a contract
c Private recreational vessel means the recreational vessel that is not professional in accordance with the provisions of this paragraph indent b.
D. Small vessel means any vessel overall length up to seven (7) meters in order for sailing and up to twelve (12) meters to a motor, which is used for recreation.
e Business Tourism Imeroploio: is the small vessel or recreational vessel or passenger tour boat, the flag State - State of the European Union or the European Economic Area, performing daily sea voyage in a twenty-four hours between ports
, coasts and bays of Greek Territory, with the possibility of extension of up abroad in a single individual or group ticket ticket accompanied by a passenger manifest.
Nine . The T.P.P. must stay in the Greek Territory from 1.1.2014.
Leaving aside the issues with google
translate. ( feet metres etc) It makes I believe two things clear
( a) the 30% discount applies to all taxes
in paragraph 2 , not just the 12m + as has been erroneously reported.
(b) it's clearly an annual tax applying from the 1st of January every year.
(C) I would contend that the monthly option relates to the payment options , the intro clearly says the tax is on an annual basis. Hence once you enter Greek waters and dock
and seek your DEPKA or TRANSIT LOG. You will pay an annual charge. Innocent passage
seems to covered in that foreign yachts that pass through without stopping , will not have Depka or transit log.
I am convinced concessions will be made for short term visiting yachts