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Old 24 November 2010, 14:36   #21
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Thanks very much for that mate... I've been trawling the web and lots of haulage sites...none of which as good as the one you sent....brilliant!!!
Speedshift belongs to our (once) very own Codprawn, a legend in his own lunchtime here on RIBnet. He shipped a motor to Ireland for me recently and he's a top bloke with a quality operation.
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Old 25 November 2010, 04:49   #22
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Reckon we'll be heading in that direction more often as of next year.
I have heard "from within" the Big House, duty free fuel is about to run dry and it's a done deal already
You read the most obscure things in threads on here!

Don't worry, you wont have to give all your money to Boatworks. The new marina in Alderney will be finished soon and the fuel berth will be a big draw.
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Old 25 November 2010, 04:52   #23
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Speedshift belongs to our (once) very own Codprawn, a legend in his own lunchtime here on RIBnet. He shipped a motor to Ireland for me recently and he's a top bloke with a quality operation.
Nice. A quote of 140 squids for a full pallet from Alderney to Birmingham.
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Old 25 November 2010, 04:53   #24
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The new marina in Alderney will be finished soon and the fuel berth will be a big draw.
That'll be the Alderney definition of soon I presume - which really means in about 10 years time
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Old 25 November 2010, 06:53   #25
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That'll be the Alderney definition of soon I presume - which really means in about 10 years time
The States said they want to see work start in spring of 2011.
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Many thanks guys.

We'll be mainly firing round the bay of Pollensa in Mallorca where the rules are you don't need a license for less than 13 kW of power, so could get away with it...but I'm going to get myself on an ICC compliant powerboating course (and do the small ship registration to I think) just in case. Really exciting!

Thanks again guys!

Ferryden is aaaalmost right.
No license needed for less than 7.4HP (10Kw) and 4 meters, always with daylight, and only in certain zones (I am sure Pollensa Bay is included), and in that zones, less than 5 nautic miles from a shelter (such as a cove, port, etc.).
I copy down an extract from 2005 law. I'll translate if required.

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Artículo 11. Navegación sin necesidad de título.
El gobierno de las embarcaciones a motor con una potencia máxima de 10 kW y de hasta 4 metros de eslora, las de vela de hasta 5 metros de eslora y los artefactos flotantes o de playa no precisarán de los títulos enumerados en el artículo 6, pero sólo podrán navegar durante el día, en las zonas delimitadas por la Capitanía Marítima. No obstante, no se podrá superar en momento alguno las ¡imitaciones del título de Patrón para Navegación Básica.
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Old 25 November 2010, 07:18   #27
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Sage advice, especially since he is about to join the ranks of the Sibbers!

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Get your SIB on a trailer and come to the Channel Islands. We're very boat friendly and the petrol and beer are cheap.
Are we having an RNCI Christmas jolly this year?
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Ferryden is aaaalmost right.
No license needed for less than 7.4HP (10Kw)
Interesting - the companies hiring boats from the marina are pretty strict about licensing and insurance for their craft but did allow slightly higher HP engined boats out sans license... all points to me getting the ICC and insurance (3rd party only I'm thinking?) sorted first.

Is there any benefit in me registering via the SSR?

I've also read that I need to have VAT docts, but am now the 3rd owner, so would they bother with VAT docts for an older craft?

Interesting stuff all this!
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Interesting - the companies hiring boats from the marina are pretty strict about licensing and insurance for their craft but did allow slightly higher HP engined boats out sans license... all points to me getting the ICC and insurance (3rd party only I'm thinking?) sorted first.

Is there any benefit in me registering via the SSR?

I've also read that I need to have VAT docts, but am now the 3rd owner, so would they bother with VAT docts for an older craft?

Interesting stuff all this!
Man, I see the same at Almeria hiring boats. Last summer I saw a guy with a hired 15HP 3,5 meters tilling with the right hand and pull starting the engine with the same hand he had tied to the MOB cord (left). First pull, cord out. Did pull 20 times with the cord out.
But at my cove we had a fatal accident 2 years ago. The company stopped hiring, and fines started being frequent.
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The States said they want to see work start in spring of 2011.
Perhaps they're still using the Julian calendar
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