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Old 17-11-2009, 07:52   #1
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I have 2 questions:

The boat is in italian waters and it has italian flag. I'm looking for datas about: the name of the owner, year of manufacture, engine etc.
I found RINA website already but it has not online register. Is there online register where i can put just its 'registration plate' and find datas about certain boat?

2nd question:
If i enter Italy from a state in EU, do i have to register to authorities? are EU waters open? the boat is personal, with EU flag. the trip is pure turism.

thanks in advance
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Old 17-11-2009, 08:22   #2
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Old 17-11-2009, 08:40   #3
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I have 2 questions:

2nd question:
If i enter Italy from a state in EU, do i have to register to authorities? are EU waters open? the boat is personal, with EU flag. the trip is pure turism.

thanks in advance
Try this website for information on arriving

Noonsite: Italy

There should not be any formalities if all crew are EU citizens
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Old 17-11-2009, 10:18   #4
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Entering italy

If you are entering the EU for the first time from a non-EU state in a non-EU vessel with non-EU crew you will need to check in. Your permitted length of stay will depend on your nationality/nationalities. There may also be requirements on the vessel, eg to pay VAT.

If you are EU citizens entering EU waters (from non-EU_ on an EU boat, some countries may require some declaration from you. A key further definition is whether the country in question is Schengen, which is a further, smaller group of countries who have done away with most border controls between them.

Once in EU waters and within Schengen an EU registered vessel with EU registered citizens aboard has freedom of movement. If you move outside Schengen, eg to the UK, there will be some further check in required.

In practical terms, as a UK registered vessel in Italy, Spain and France no-one has asked to see anything but our Ships Registration and (in some marinas) our insurance documentation. In Portugal they have occasionally asked for passports. In Morocco, at every port, it is registration, insurance, and passports. For Italy specifically the only paper anyone ahs asked for is the Ship's Registration.
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