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Old 18 March 2007, 20:06   #161
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Vat

Just has a look back and can't see a final answer on this, my boat was bought privately second hand so I dont have any VAT documentation.

Is this going to be a problem?

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Old 19 March 2007, 08:58   #162
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No, hundreds of yachts cross each year and Alderney rely on the tourist trade. Harbour staff always very helpful and friendly. Bring a copy of the bill of sale, register with SSR and carry a copy of the insurance stuff etc.

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Old 19 March 2007, 13:26   #163
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Pete I dont have a bill of sale as I bought the boat privately.

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Old 19 March 2007, 18:39   #164
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Chris, it would be worth the previous owner before its to late to sign a bill of sale. They RYA do a little booklet for buying and selling second hand and there is an example in the back you could use. Whilst is not essential, lots of paperwork does help to prove ownership.

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Old 19 March 2007, 19:03   #165
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Pete I dont have a bill of sale as I bought the boat privately.

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RYA has some info here:-
http://www.rya.org.uk/KnowledgeBase/...ersonlyvat.htm
Pete7 is right that although it does not prove VAAT is paid, it should help keep other tax authorities off your back, as it should prove the VAT status is the problem of UK customs.

I have the same issue, as many others probably do.

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Old 23 March 2007, 07:23   #166
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Biggles, all. Been watching the thread for a while and have convinced a couple of friends to come along, therefore count me in please.

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p.s. not sure where to launch from as I am travelling from up North; if you had the choice where is the best to launch where I need:

1) Overnight marina (in case I decide to put the boat in the water on Friday to save a faff Sat)
2) Long stay parking for car and trailer
3) All tidal launch
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Old 23 March 2007, 11:54   #167
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Steve, lots of choices:

Lymington Yacht Haven

River Itchen: Drivers Wharf http://www.dryberthing.com/
Shamrock Quay

River Hamble: Eastlands Marina
Universal Marina
Mercury Marina

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Old 23 March 2007, 18:38   #168
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Just to confirm my earlier post I will be making the crossing in "Red Devil" leaving from Poole. Have done the trip a few times myself and could probably take a few bags if any boats are short of storage space.

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Old 23 March 2007, 19:02   #169
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crossing in "Red Devil" leaving from Poole.
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Don't recall hardboats being invited Mr Wildey?
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Old 23 March 2007, 20:05   #170
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Biggles, all. Been watching the thread for a while and have convinced a couple of friends to come along, therefore count me in please.

Just Looking

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Steve

p.s. not sure where to launch from as I am travelling from up North; if you had the choice where is the best to launch where I need:

1) Overnight marina (in case I decide to put the boat in the water on Friday to save a faff Sat)
2) Long stay parking for car and trailer
3) All tidal launch
depending on where you're coming from and all the other factors etc....
you're more than welcome to come and join us if easier/you wanted.
plenty of parking, easy slip, mine and the others will be in and ready to go over night.
pm me if you're interested....
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Old 23 March 2007, 20:58   #171
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Biggles, all. Been watching the thread for a while and have convinced a couple of friends to come along, therefore count me in please.

Just Looking

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Steve

p.s. not sure where to launch from as I am travelling from up North; if you had the choice where is the best to launch where I need:

1) Overnight marina (in case I decide to put the boat in the water on Friday to save a faff Sat)
2) Long stay parking for car and trailer
3) All tidal launch
Steve,

Confirm where you are launching from then I'll add you to my list if your coming from the Solent end. If your coming from the west I'm hoping one of those guys is going to rush forward start making a list.

Regards Nick.
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Old 24 March 2007, 00:40   #172
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Confirm where you are launching from then I'll add you to my list if your coming from the Solent end. If your coming from the west I'm hoping one of those guys is going to rush forward start making a list.

Regards Nick.
Intent is to launch around the Solent , around Lymington area(ish); exactly where depends on where I can launch then leave car & trailer . I may launch on the Friday then put Rib in a Marina overnight.

I am probably out in the Solent next week, Tue/Wed, so I will do some recce then.


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Old 24 March 2007, 01:14   #173
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Confirm where you are launching from then I'll add you to my list if your coming from the Solent end. If your coming from the west I'm hoping one of those guys is going to rush forward start making a list.

Regards Nick.
Just a brief one to say that to date there are 4 poss 5 of us [boats] from this end and I have the names of those who might be interested and will email around closer to the date.

I'm a big chicken about this as are my crew so far and really only fancy it if it's pretty calm. we just don't fancy the idea of getting beaten up, cold and wet!
however, I'm happy to take notes and 'co-ordinate' and pass it all on if we bail out....

lets hope for a smooth passage......?!?!?
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Old 24 March 2007, 14:43   #174
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If it helps there'll be a SIB on board and I'll travel at dawn.

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Old 27 March 2007, 15:51   #175
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If it helps................?
Here are a couple of snaps of:
a) The entrance to the Outer Harbour. You enter by coming round that large wall (breakwater) on the left of the picture, and progress right up to the point where the photo was taken.
b) Then you enter the Inner Harbour and tie up FOR REFUELING ONLY against this inner wall. The hut is Mainbrace Chandlers. Petrol is about 150yds on your right.
Diesel is from the pump that you can see.
You then go back out into the Outer Harbour and tie up against any free yellow buoy (around where that white gin palace is. A water taxi (or a nominated boat from your group) will then bring people in to a point just below the blue crane where a pontoon will be. A tip. Dump kit and spare bodies on the quayside at Mainbrace before going back out to buoy up.
c) Fort Raz. One of the 13 diferent forts you can see on Alderney.
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Yers................I forgot to mention that you only tie up at Mainbrace WHEN THE TIDE IS IN!!
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Old 04 April 2007, 14:28   #177
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Hi Biggles

Just confirming that we will be along on


Merlin 2 on board Kathleen & Paul


Unless the weather looks abysmal.

We should still have the waypoints but as always, when in doubt follow Pete 7!!!

Happy to bring the tent also/fit in with the general plans.

We'll run with the Solent group and meet at Yarmouth as planned?

Thanks for all the hard work

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Old 08 April 2007, 11:38   #178
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Having made the crossing to Guernsey, there and back, yesterday, we will no longer be joining the Alderney cruise in July. It was problematic anyhow, as no-one was leaving from our neck of the woods and I have to say, that the conditions probably don't get any better than those experienced this weekend. It took approx four and a half hours over and around three and a half back.. petrol is cheap and we had lunch at a wonderful pub opposite the marina in St Peter Port! A little rushed and tiring in one day but all in all a very, very enjoyable trip!
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Old 08 April 2007, 14:47   #179
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All set to go

Well, I am all set. Have booked into Yarmouth Harbour on the Friday so am happy to press earlyish Saturday. Have also booked accomodation at Alderney - the Belle Vue Hotel (although if I don't make the crossing I lose all the full amount )

Hope everyone else is still up for it; bound to have a few wimp out before the event but it should be a great trip for those pressing on regardless (ish) (providing we have half decent weather)

Steve

p.s. Is anyone going to Ribex? I will be in and around the Solent that weekend, probably go to the show on Saturday 12 May.

p.p.s., what clothing do you guys wear for long trips like this ( I know weather is a big factor) - do you go for drysuits, wetsuits, lightweight clothing with spare stuff to hand? Thoughts?
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Hi Biggles

Just confirming that we will be along on


Merlin 2 on board Kathleen & Paul


Unless the weather looks abysmal.

We should still have the waypoints but as always, when in doubt follow Pete 7!!!

Happy to bring the tent also/fit in with the general plans.

We'll run with the Solent group and meet at Yarmouth as planned?

Thanks for all the hard work

K & P

Hi,

Details duly logged. look forward to a nice weekend.

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