See our most common questions related to the Holland boat registration.
Any nationality or company can register their vessel in San Marino.
San Marino is the homeport of the boat if you register your vessel in San Marino, but this does not mean that your boat has to be in San Marino.
Yes you can legally use your vessel for bare boat activities with the San Marino Yacht Registration with a maximum of 84 days.
If your yacht is VAT paid in the European Union, the VAT status of your yacht stay in tact and will not change!
Yes you can register the mortgage of the boat in San Marino at an additional cost, you will need to send us a copy of the mortgage deeds.
In only 2 days we can register your vessel in San Marino, you will receive the provisional registration which allows you to use the boat and in 3 months you will receive the permeant registration which is valid for 5 years.
- copy of your passport or ID card
- Company documents if the yacht is owned by a company (not older than 3 months)
- Bill of Sale (certified copy or notarised)
- Power of Attorney (we will provide that to you)
- deletion of the previous registry (when applicable)
- Previous International Tonnage Certificate (when available)
- Copy of your yacht insurance policy (for yachts over 24 meters)
In the case your vessel is older than 20 years you need to arrange a pre-registration inspection first with a surveyor from the approved list.
All documents must in English or Italian or a formal translation needs to be provided.
We do not need original documents, the San Marino authorities accepts copies in pdf, you need to send copies in pdf by email to us.
Yes, you can register your vessel in San Marino for commercial use, the same documents are needed, but one of the below survey/inspection companies need to do the mandatory inspection. Rina, Bureau Veritas, Lloyd’s, Turkish Lloyd, DNV and the American Bureau of Shipping are authorized by the San Marino maritime authorities to perform the ships in inspection in their name. It is also possible to make use of the UDICER survey network (www.udicer.eu)
Yes, we can register vessels over 24 meters in San Marino, the same documents are needed, but one of the below survey/inspection companies need to do the mandatory inspection.
For private use certificates/license regardless of nationality are accepted, there are no restrictions. For commercial use STCW II/2 master, CoC from other countries who have ratified the STCW convention are all accepted.
Yes, the San Marino registration valid around the world
You need to fly the San Marino flag.
Yes, we do.
No yacht inspection is needed for private yachts under 24 m in length. However, vessels which are registered for commercial purpose must undergo an inspection.
Yes, you can.
We will provide you the Application to apply for the MMSI license, you would need to fill out the details about the equipments onboard and sign it.
To change the owner on the current registration of a boat in San Marino, you will need to provide the following documents:
To cancel the San Marino registration of a boat, the following documents may be required:
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