On a beautiful summer day it can quickly get crowded on the water. To ensure that everyone has a pleasant day out on the water, a number of rules and tips apply. For convenience, we have listed the most important points for when you go out on the water with your sloop or motorboat.
Just on that one beautiful sunny day you come to a standstill with the boat or one of the occupants becomes unwell. What to do in such a situation? In any case, make sure that there is always someone on board with telephone numbers of emergency services.
We asked W. Vann Burgess, manager of the US Coast Guard a few questions about the laws and regulations of registrations by the United States. He tells us that it is common for vessels registered in the US to only sail in foreign waters. This is illegal but very common. Hence, they see this as a very big problem.
Many yacht owners do not know exactly what is allowed and what is not. This blog specifically discusses yacht registrations located in the American state of Delaware. Delaware is an American state on the Atlantic coast in the north-eastern and mid-Atlantic regions of the United States. The state is a popular jurisdiction for the establishment of companies and corporations.
We offer you the best and cheapest commercial yacht registration to commercial exploit your yacht in Greece and all other countries of the European Union. And this even without the need to create a Greek company! This commercial yacht registration package includes everything you need to run your charter business legally and well organized and is based on the very popular Polish commercial yacht registration!
The weather is nice and you have a yacht, time to get on the water! Before you start sailing, it is important to check a number of things. Is your boat (technically) in order? Do you know the sailing rules? And do you have everything with you? We have drawn up a list, so that you don't forget anything.
Great news! Since 2021 non-EU passport holders are allowed to register the Polish yacht registration directly to their own name. This lifetime registration was only available when ownership was in the EU. For people outside the EU, this meant that a company had to be set up within the EU. This involved extra costs and a lot of extra work. This is no longer necessary as this popular yacht registration is now available for everyone in the world with a yacht up to 24 meters.