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Inspection of Yachts in the EU

This one is bit long but could have a large impact on Yachts visiting the European Union countries.


EU's 100% rule on inspections may hit yachts
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This could have a significant impact on yachts. Historically, yachts were not incorporated into the inspection scheme due to the 25 percent goal and th
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I wouldnt sweat it mate, theres no inspectors anyway, They hardly do the ships never mind the yachts , never going to happen

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As I understand this, it is ONLY applicable to commercial vessels, which will include yachts when they're used for chartering or similar.
So most of us won't be affected - and the Chartering Companies and the people with Super Yachts should be able to afford to keep their vessels compliant with the new regime of the MOU
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