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thank you so much for your response.
I not familiar the "TAP procedures" wording, can you send a link to this procedures.
Reading your respond I grasp that as long as I keep the temporary admission rules I can stay longer than 90 days within 180 period, or even up to 18 months.
I was reading the thread on distributed vs central electric and saw your posts about using electronic fuses that are LIN controlled.
I'm curious to know what models you are using in your switching. As an engineer I'm not afraid of bucking trends when it makes sense for our own boat and potentially improves our lives/experience on board. I have a pretty big electrical system upgrade planned later this year and am putting together my plan now to get components sorted out and ordered. Thanks!
I have purchased a 42 foot yacht in France and expect receiving it within the coming months.
I am an Israeli citizen and resident who pay tax in Israel AND hold Portuguese citizenship/passport without any whatsoever business or assets in the EU (been only once in Portugal for a week vacation).
My goal is to sail within the EU waters for pleasure only under Temporary Admission rules.
Should I expect getting a demand for VAT on my arrival to an EU country (because I hold Portugal passport?) even though I am an Israeli tax resident.
Thanks in advance for your replay,
I have edited your permissions so you can change your user title, as I think this is a privilege our 5 star members are supposed to get automatically. That said, don't be annoyed if I then get told it's a supporter thing, and have to undo my good deed... If that happens I'll let you know
Hello gbn, I am trying to locate an Attorney that would answer my questions concerning VAT, Import fees, Duties, etc....I purchased a boat that was built, and stayed in the EU after my purchase. I have delayed registration/flagging until I get some clear answers. I now want to move to my boat and liveaboard, not to become a resident of any other country, but remain a US Resident....moving my household belongings to the boat has brought conflicting answers from a number of Customs Officials in Embassy's, as well as Customs Officers that would do the inspections...these conflicting answers have come from the Portuguese Embassy in Lisbon, and Customs offices at the Port of Lisbon...as I will be "passing through" the country I decide to send my belongings to, and transferring them directly to my Vessel-in-Transit, I would hoped to have avoided VAT and Import fees/issues....thanks for any recommendations T. Seal
Hi, I have some VAT questions and you appear the expert: I am a EU resident and consider purchasing a 2nd-hand sailing yacht in the Caribbean with Netherlands Antilles registration and no VAT paid. The yacht will enter the EU via the Azores, I plan to keep it in the Med for several years. The yacht has EU CE certificate and was 'sailed-away' from the EU by the current owner when new. Should I pay VAT (at 16%) in the Azores? What would be the VAT valuation for the purpose of paying the VAT: the purchase price negotiated with the seller or the assessed value by the custom authorities in the Azores? Can the VAT valuation or VAT-paid status ever be challenged by any other EU custom authorities? Would I need to register the boat in the EU or can you stay in the EU with current flag indefinitely as long as VAT is paid? Would you know if you have to pay any import duties? Would you have to pay VAT or import duties on any of the accessories onboard? Thank you and kind regards, FRED
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- Bavaria 36
- Lefkas Marina ,Greece
- Retired Electronics Engineer
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- Interested in smart boat technology, networking and all things tech