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What taxes do I have to pay if I bring my Dutch boat, that is registered in The Netherlands to Florida or the Chesapeake? I would like to keep it there for a while to look around. I will not become a US resident. Just use the boat for a couple of months per year.
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I just bought a boat in Washington DC.. It is USCG Documented and was Registered in Maryland...(I have all the paperwork)

I hauled it to the Midwest (Great Lakes)...Probably won't be doing any "world traveling" (cept maybe Canada) ...

Is there any advantage to maintain the Documentation...(transfer of ownership and Port of call) as opposed to just getting Wisconsin registration..? From what I see of the paperwork, documentation will cost me a few bucks...whats the advantage (if any) to me..?
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I just bought a boat in Washington DC.. It is USCG Documented and was Registered in Maryland...(I have all the paperwork)

I hauled it to the Midwest (Great Lakes)...Probably won't be doing any "world traveling" (cept maybe Canada) ...

Is there any advantage to maintain the Documentation...(transfer of ownership and Port of call) as opposed to just getting Wisconsin registration..? From what I see of the paperwork, documentation will cost me a few bucks...whats the advantage (if any) to me..?
What state did you bring it to. We are in indiana and have been forced 2 times to pay sales tax on boats we have bought in other states even though sales tax was paid in the other state. Double taxed, it's been a few yrs since the last time it happened (2007) and we have heard that might have changed?
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I'm in Wisconsin...

I bought the boat on an E-Bay auction, so I didn't pay sales tax, I imagin I'll be paying with state registration..
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