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Old 09-22-2004
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Starting a charter in Greece

I guess the best thing to do is to forward you the email adress of a Brit friend of mine, who lives here -in Corfu- and does exactly that. He charters his British flagged boat (actually his registration licence was the #1

I do not find appropriate to publish his email address, therefore -if you are interested- pls email me and I''ll forward you his address.

Alex
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Sailmaster,
Thank you once again. Its so hard when you have a vision in your head and you know it can work, it is just getting round the legal side of things and doing all the gorund work.
Your charter sounds lovely and really exclusive. Well i will see how i get on and might even bump into you in some mediterrenean bar.
Regrards
Gavin
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Alex
Thank you for the help.
I have sent a message to you
Just in case you do not get it please let me know.
Regards
Gavin
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Gavin

I didn''t receive your message. Pls contact me through my site: www.almiyachts.com

Alexander
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Starting a charter in Greece

A boat can be charter in Greece, under a EU flag, but...

you must have first a simular proffessional charter lissense in your country

you got to follow the Greek laws like Greeks do, pay the Greek social security (TEBE), get a Greek VAT number, and be inspected according the Greek laws, from Hellenic Register of Ships.

You dont need anymore a Greek partner (51%).

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