KNOW THE RULES: Amendment to Commission Delegated Regulation(EU) 2015/2446 of 28 July 2015 for pleasure yachts with no EU flag
Med Yacht Services, leading agency providing services to superyacht
owners and crews, would like to inform you about a new amendment to the
EU regulation 2015/2446 of 28 July 2015.
In particular, this regulation provides that:
Private yachts with no EU flags, at their arrival in EU waters, need
to obtain from the Customs the arrival forms prescribed by articles 136,
163 and 165 of the Commission Delegated Regulation (EU) 2015/2446 to
the Union Customs Code, including an official declaration of the 18
months period of Temporary Importation start date.
This document is valid for the whole Temporary Admission period (18
months) throughout the EU and it's required to prove the date of arrival
of the yacht from Extra EU Countries so it must be shown on request by
Customs and Port Authorities.
Before this, in case of any control of the vessel's TI discharge
period, a proof of the last port of call was requested from local
authorities. From now on, this will be the only official proof, valid
everywhere in Europe, of the yacht's arrival in EU waters.
Even yachts already entered in EU waters must be supplied with the
Customs certification, which will be issued for the remaining period of
validity of the Temporary Importation.
Regarding this change, Med Yacht Services will be glad to
help its clients perform all the necessary paperworks to get the correct
For more information don't hesitate to contact MYS Customs and Formalities Manager:
Tel +39 0184 192 8061 - Mob +39 347 67 95 486 - Email email@example.com
Full text of the Regulation http://eur-lex.europa.eu/eli/reg_del/2015/2015/oj