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Old 24 October 2003, 17:28   #11
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You're right John, I will update you next week!
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Old 24 October 2003, 17:59   #12
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Does VAT apply to that 12.5K for the mainland ??
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Old 24 October 2003, 18:21   #13
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Hi everyone, 1st post but have been following the forum for some time while looking for my 1st rib.
Have spoken with Jason at Prosport about the 6m/Suzuki 115 and planning to take a flight over to look at their operation plus sea trials.
VAT does apply to the price, but it is the responsibility of the purchaser to notify HM customs that it is being imported!!!
Even with the VAT, given the spec level, it doesn't look a bad deal if the build quality is right.
Does Charles know something we should. Why wait till next week.
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Old 24 October 2003, 18:22   #14
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Unfortunately i think it does I suspect also that there may be an amount of import duty to pay as well. I know there is at least one Vat Inspector that uses these forums so perhaps he could tell us?
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Old 24 October 2003, 18:23   #15
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Old 24 October 2003, 18:27   #16
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welcome Riblates

err don't know what charles has got up him sleves

but as far a build quality there are good as the next, I was going to buy a second hand one as I meantioned above, but now I am buying one with a 'BIG' diesel init

that will be next year, but the way jasons waiting list gets bigger I better get my order in soon
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Old 24 October 2003, 18:32   #17
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It still sounds like a good deal, only because its all brand new and will still only just be above the 2nd hand price for similar boats that i have looked at.

Although when you add on GPS, VHF, Fishy, Anchor............

And they may well try and charge extra for things like the anchor locker, and even more for a rubbing strake on the tubes, im sure after 10 mins looking at the options list then that price will have increased by rather a lot.

Plus that price only includes 2 single jockey seats, i would need seatign for at least another 2 people.
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Old 24 October 2003, 18:35   #18
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And they may well try and charge extra for things like the anchor locker, and even more for a rubbing strake on the tubes, im sure after 10 mins looking at the options list then that price will have increased by rather a lot.

Plus that price only includes 2 single jockey seats, i would need seatign for at least another 2 people.
you'll find that jason probably won't like usual companies, I could have whateva seating layout I wanted, and stick and anchor locker or a 'cuddy' on the front, and the price was the same
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Old 24 October 2003, 18:42   #19
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As soon as i get back from a weeks hols, starting 5 am tomorow morning ill get onto Jason. Ive already e-mailed them but had no reply yet.
By the sound of it he's definatly not going to be short of work over the winter.
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Old 28 October 2003, 07:58   #20
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No import duty on CI goods. VAT is applicable and HM Customs will send you the relevant forms if you contact their helpline.
This is on new boats, not sure on used craft though, and don't know what constitutes a used boat. Is it engine hours or age of package etc?

Charles, any chance of posting or PM'ing your comments this week as I fly out on Saturday AM to discuss final specification with Jason!!!
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