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Old 16 November 2019, 13:50   #1
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SSR Part 3 in Portugal

Just wondering if anyone has their rib registered SSR part 3 and keep the boat permanently in Portugal for holidays ?

Any help is welcome
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Old 16 November 2019, 17:29   #2
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Hi, I keep my RIB in Lagos all year with SSR Part 111. Only have to show it when arriving at a new marina
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Hello,
So you have your boat in the Lagos Marina all year round ?
Have you ever been stopped by the Policia Maritima ?
Is your boat insured with a UK company ?
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Hi, I keep my RIB at Portimao permanently. In my opinion it is worth getting SSR. When I arrived at Santander, towing the boat off the ferry I was immediately stopped by Spanish customs who asked to see Registration docs, passport etc. I was away within 30 minutes, I guess I would have been much longer without SSR as they take it as proof of ownership when matched with passport and insurance docs etc.

Now I am Portugal on several occasions I have been asked for SSR, when stopped by marine GNR and when I pay Light Dues at the Marine Authority office.

I have my RIB insured with a Portuguese company, it's cheaper than UK, as are mooring fees and marine services generally.

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Thanks for your replies.
Grant, which Portuguese insurance company do you have your insurance with ?
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Grant, which Portuguese insurance company do you have your insurance with ?
Mutua dos Pescadores in Portimao, never had a problem, but then, never had a claim. There are others.

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Mutua dos Pescadores in Portimao, never had a problem, but then, never had a claim. There are others.



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Going slightly off-piste,
Is there any easy way for a non-Portuguese national to obtain a fishing permit. I have to do it by email before I leave the uk direct with the DGRM, & pay by international bank transfer. The bank fees are more than the fishing permit costs.
Can they be bought locally “over the counter”?
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Going slightly off-piste,
Is there any easy way for a non-Portuguese national to obtain a fishing permit. I have to do it by email before I leave the uk direct with the DGRM, & pay by international bank transfer. The bank fees are more than the fishing permit costs.
Can they be bought locally “over the counter”?
Yes Dave you can, visit the local Direção Regional de Agricultura e Pescas, ask for Licenca de Pesca Ludica, show your passport, hand over €50 and you're done. (Pun intended) There isn't a DRAP in every town, more a regional thing, I'm lucky I have one in Portimao and renewed mine as I described last month. Where will you be entering Portugal? Where will you initially be fishing?

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Yes Dave you can, visit the local Direção Regional de Agricultura e Pescas, ask for Licenca de Pesca Ludica, show your passport, hand over €50 and you're done. (Pun intended) There isn't a DRAP in every town, more a regional thing, I'm lucky I have one in Portimao and renewed mine as I described last month. Where will you be entering Portugal? Where will you initially be fishing?



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Cheers Grant. I assume the €50 is an annual one. We pay about a tenner for a month long one, the interbank fees are around the £30 mark. We’ll be entering portugal somewhere between Rosal & Alcoutim & then keeping inland around the back of the Algarve & heading to Sagres. So Sagres will be our first sea outing. The plan is to work our way up to Porto & then follow the Douro back into Spain.
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Cheers Grant. I assume the €50 is an annual one. We pay about a tenner for a month long one, the interbank fees are around the £30 mark. We’ll be entering portugal somewhere between Rosal & Alcoutim & then keeping inland around the back of the Algarve & heading to Sagres. So Sagres will be our first sea outing. The plan is to work our way up to Porto & then follow the Douro back into Spain.
Yes Dave €50 for the year.

I'm not 100% sure you can get a temporary one at the DRAP, I'm over to Portimao in the next day or two, I'll pop in and ask them and let you know.

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Yes Dave €50 for the year.



I'm not 100% sure you can get a temporary one at the DRAP, I'm over to Portimao in the next day or two, I'll pop in and ask them and let you know.



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Yes Dave €50 for the year.

I'm not 100% sure you can get a temporary one at the DRAP, I'm over to Portimao in the next day or two, I'll pop in and ask them and let you know.

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Dave, the good news is that you can get a temp (1 month) fishing license over the counter at the DRAP, cost €12. The nearest DRAP to Sagres is my local one at Portimao, 37.135360, -8.524371. There is another at Faro but I would imagine you would be dropping down to the N125 at Portimao anyway en route to Sagres.

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Dave, the good news is that you can get a temp (1 month) fishing license over the counter at the DRAP, cost €12. The nearest DRAP to Sagres is my local one at Portimao, 37.135360, -8.524371. There is another at Faro but I would imagine you would be dropping down to the N125 at Portimao anyway en route to Sagres.



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Brilliant, thanks a lot


Just had a look in Google, we drove past that this year. I’ll be launching the SIB at the slip next year for a dip & to explore the caves.
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Going slightly off-piste,
Is there any easy way for a non-Portuguese national to obtain a fishing permit. I have to do it by email before I leave the uk direct with the DGRM, & pay by international bank transfer. The bank fees are more than the fishing permit costs.
Can they be bought locally “over the counter”?
Hi Dave - check out Monese. Its a bank via an App and you can open a £ and € account. Makes transfers very cheap. Used it recently to pay a German company .... no transaction fee, and inter-bank rates. I moved money from my £ account into my € account and then paid from the €. For some reason this worked out better than paying in € from the £ account ( its not as complicated as I've made out)
If you PM me with your mobile i can send a link and I may get a few € for the introduction lol

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Hi Dave - check out Monese. Its a bank via an App and you can open a £ and € account. Makes transfers very cheap. Used it recently to pay a German company .... no transaction fee, and inter-bank rates. I moved money from my £ account into my € account and then paid from the €. For some reason this worked out better than paying in € from the £ account ( its not as complicated as I've made out)

If you PM me with your mobile i can send a link and I may get a few € for the introduction lol



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Sounds interesting, I’ll drop you a PM with my number.
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Just had a look in Google, we drove past that this year. I’ll be launching the SIB at the slip next year for a dip & to explore the caves.
Give me a shout and if I'm around we'll meet up for that beer.
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Is there any easy way for a non-Portuguese national to obtain a fishing permit. I have to do it by email before I leave the uk direct with the DGRM, & pay by international bank transfer. The bank fees are more than the fishing permit costs.
Can they be bought locally “over the counter”?

Have a look here Dave ........... there is always good info on the EU section of WSF ......


https://www.worldseafishing.com/foru...licence.90870/
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