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Old 16-01-2018, 00:45   #16
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Pete.. Brexit aint gonna happen..
Nooooo, you mean we are going to remain subservient to unelected Eurocrats from countries whose only contribution to civilisation is chocolate.

Still it would make travelling around Europe on foot or by boat easier.


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Re: Dual UK Australian citizens buying in Spain

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Please note that all applicants must be ordinarily resident in the UK in order to be considered eligible for the Small Ships Register. For guidance, this usually means that applicants must be physically resident in the UK for a minimum of 185 days in any twelve-month period.
Persons eligible for the UK Small Ships register are: (a) British citizens; (b) Persons who are nationals of an EU or EEA country other than the UK and who are established in the UK in accordance with Articles 48 and 52 of the EU Treaty; (c) British Dependent Territories citizens; British Overseas citizens; persons who under the British Nationality Act 1991 are British subjects; persons who under the Hong Kong (British Nationality) Order are British Nationals Overseas, and (d) British Commonwealth citizens not falling within those paragraphs.
Please be aware that applicants may be required to provide documentary evidence of their nationality and UK residency. It is an offence to knowingly make a false statement or provide false information in order to obtain registration.
If any of the owners of the vessel you are seeking to register are not eligible or are not ordinarily resident in the UK, please do not proceed.
If all of the owners are eligible and are ordinarily resident in the UK, please press PROCEED to continue.
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Re: Dual UK Australian citizens buying in Spain

SSR you need an english adress, part 1 you don't.
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Re: Dual UK Australian citizens buying in Spain

Registration of English Vessel part 1
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Registration of English Vessel part 1

In order to be registered on Part 1, as that form you linked to shows, you have to have what is called a "representative person" in the UK. This is basically just somebody to act as a local mailbox - ie there needs to be a UK address to send stuff to. It can be anybody at all and you can even use a mail forwarding service.

There is absolutely no requirement for the owners to live in the UK at all or themselves have a UK address as long as they are British citizens (or citizens of places like the BVIs, Bermuda, Cayman Islands, Gibraltar etc and some people from Hong Kong).
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I beg to differ, of course we could always look up the rules and see what they say, bearing in mind this is England and rules are rules.

https://mcanet.mcga.gov.uk/ssr/ssr/intro2.asp
Well no... I am not talking about 'England' and I am not talking about the 'SSR'... which has a bit too much of the Bolshevik about it for my taste....

I am talking about a British Registered Ship.... nada mas
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'English Vessel'??? Can't see no mention of any 'English Vessel' in that paperwork........
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'English Vessel'??? Can't see no mention of any 'English Vessel' in that paperwork........
Oy!

To register a British Ship..... Right at the top.
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Oy!

To register a British Ship..... Right at the top.
British is not English and English is not British....

There is no such thing as an 'English Ship'.... Maybe after this Brexit thing ....

I have this problem in SA as well.....
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British is not English and English is not British....

There is no such thing as an 'English Ship'.... Maybe after this Brexit thing ....

I have this problem in SA as well.....
Yup.. and there's no such thing as Scottish, Welsh or Irish either.. just don't try telling them.. or.. run like crazy when you do..
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Re: Dual UK Australian citizens buying in Spain

Here is a link to a different thread. Stick with it, because eventually there is a copy of an e-mail from someone at AMSA, and what you learn there may well affect what your decision will be.

http://www.cruisersforum.com/forums/...ag-196002.html

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Re: Dual UK Australian citizens buying in Spain

Or you can just read down to about post 7 or 8 where someone says "talk to AMSA" :-)
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