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Tonnage Measurement Beneteau Oceanis 350 Year 1988

Hi there,
we want to register our Beneteau Oceanis 350 sailboat. We just purchased the boat and it has never been registered.
Does anybody have the tonnage measurement of this boat?
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If you are in the USA, contact Ward Richardson at BeneteauUSA at 843-629-5300 and he should be able to help you.

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If you're in Canada no tonnage survey required.

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Same as Australia, no tonnage required.However don't think that the other 100 countries you visit will agree! They want a NUMBER! or something. So if you are under tonnage ensure they stamp your registration papers assuch.

just try getting into Indonesia, for example, where it took 4 days to clear in (and 2 days to clear out) some detail like the bloody tonnage is gunna start World War 3! How dare you Westerners try to HIDE your 8 tons from us!!!!



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For tonnage and documentation in the us here is the link https://www.uscg.mil/hq/msc/tonnage/...201%20CH-2.pdf

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Same as Australia, no tonnage required.However don't think that the other 100 countries you visit will agree! They want a NUMBER! or something. So if you are under tonnage ensure they stamp your registration papers assuch.

just try getting into Indonesia, for example, where it took 4 days to clear in (and 2 days to clear out) some detail like the bloody tonnage is gunna start World War 3! How dare you Westerners try to HIDE your 8 tons from us!!!!



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Although no tonnage survey is required for a boat this size in Canada the certificate of registry does show tonnage. There's a mathematical formula.

My B393 comes in at GT 14.4 NRT 7.3
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Re: Tonnage Measurement Beneteau Oceanis 350 Year 1988

Actually, the OP might need know the tonnage of the yacht if he/she travels internationally. I don't know what the requirements are now but when we cleared into Martinique in the late '70's, the paperwork required included the "Tonnes Burden" of the Ship (in our case yacht). Of course, the form, required in quintuplet (fortunately we had by then learned to carry carbon paper by then), also required how many "guns" the ship mounted (none); and, how many "caskets" we carried (none either).

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Although no tonnage survey is required for a boat this size in Canada the certificate of registry does show tonnage. There's a mathematical formula.

My B393 comes in at GT 14.4 NRT 7.3

Actually if you choose to "register" the boat in Canada as opposed to "licensing", a tonnage measurement is required but on a vessel of this size, rather than having to hire a tonnage measurer you can do the "simplified calculation" from a form on the Transport Canada website.

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Actually if you choose to "register" the boat in Canada as opposed to "licensing", a tonnage measurement is required but on a vessel of this size, rather than having to hire a tonnage measurer you can do the "simplified calculation" from a form on the Transport Canada website.

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Although no tonnage survey is required for a boat this size in Canada the certificate of registry does show tonnage. There's a mathematical formula.

If you license the boat there is no certificate of registry. Just a license.

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I thought I said that.
Although no tonnage survey is required for a boat this size in Canada the certificate of registry does show tonnage. There's a mathematical formula.

If you license the boat there is no certificate of registry. Just a license.
It is still a "Tonnage Measurement" (survey) just a "Simplified Method" of measurement without the need of a "Tonnage Measurer" (Me )

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