A new online reporting system for all sailors leaving and returning to the UK should go live later this year
Boat owners, whose vessels were in the EU at the end of the Brexit transition period, now have until 30 June 2022 to qualify for Returned Goods Relief (RGR)
Skippers cruising to and from the UK need to prepare now for the ‘bureaucracy of sailing’ post-Brexit, the Cruising Association (CA) has warned
From 30 June 2021, recreational boat owners in Northern Ireland have to fill up their vessels with white diesel. Currently there are no plans to provide marine white diesel pumps…
New rules have been announced for the sale of second hand boats between the EU and the UK - and it will end up costing owners and brokers
Following confirmation that recreational sailors in England, Wales and Scotland can still use red diesel, what impact will that have on UK cruisers visiting the EU?
The Cruising Association is campaigning for sailors to be given a 180-day cruising visa for EU countries, rather than being limited to just 90 days in 180 days
The Brexit deal only allows UK sailors to cruise the EU for 90 days in every 180-day period. Pilot book author Gordon Knight is now campaigning for visa reciprocation