Re: Greek Cruising Tax
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You should have a “Greek Compulsory Third Party Yacht Liability Endorsement” from your insurer, translated into Greek. It needs to clearly state the following levels of cover to satisfy Greek legal requirements:
Personal injury / death: €500k per accident
Personal injury: €50k per passenger
Material damage of any type: €150k per accident or occurrence in aggregate for the policy year
Pollution: €150k per accident or occurrence in the aggregate for the policy year
The above wording is copied from my document. I’m sure your insurance broker / provider will be familiar with this requirement and issue the one page document required.
I have seen skippers applications for their Dekpa’s being rejected by the Port Police when not having this precise document with clearly stated limits.
Incidentally, all the permit/tax processes are straightforward - not much more cumbersome than the many pre-registration websites / island formalities experienced around the Caribbean. Assuming the Tepai tax website works, of course, as others have noted!
Hope this helps
Tony & Lel Wells
A54 #102 Balthazar, Ionian Sea, Greece
On 1 Jun 2019, at 09:10, Gerhard Mueller via Groups.Io <carcode@...> wrote: