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Immigration: Non-EU citizen must report to Immigration. See the Immigration section below.

Anyone on board who is not an EU national must obtain permission to enter the UK from an Immigration officer. The Customs officer to whom you report your arrival to will be able to advise on contacting the nearest Immigration office.

Customs: As a member of the European Union, EU regulations apply. Boats arriving from another EU country do not need to fly the Q flag and need only contact Customs if you have goods to declare,  have non-EU nationals, birds or animals on board.

See this official UK website for the latest information for arriving yachts.

Briefly, if you are arriving from outside the EU (and this includes the Channel Islands) you must fly the ‘Q’ flag, where it can readily be seen, as soon as you enter UK waters (the 12 mile limit). At night the flag should be illuminated. Do not take down the flag until clearance is complete.

Telephone the National Yachtline on +44(0)845 723 1110 on arrival. You will need to comply with any instructions that you are given.

Except for contacting the Customs authorities, you must not land goods, persons, or animals or transfer them to another vessel until cleared by Customs.

Good to be declared

Any animals or birds, firearms, any prohibited and restricted goods including certain foodstuffs (particularly any of non-EU origin). See Customs section below for more details.

Note: Pets cannot be landed anywhere in the U.K when arriving on a private yacht.

Health Clearance

If there are animals or birds on board or any illness, health clearance must be obtained. The captain should contact the port health authority or local authority responsible for port health control by radio, 4 to 12 hours before arrival and, if this is not possible, immediately on arrival. Until health clearance is given no one, except officials, may board the vessel nor anyone leave.

On arrival in a place where there is a Customs house, the captain must notify Customs in person or by telephone. Notification must be made within two hours of arrival, unless arriving between 2300 and 0600, when arrival need not be notified until 0800 the following morning provided there are no birds or animals on board.

If notification of arrival is required, then it must be done prior to or within 2 hours of arrival.

Anyone on board who is not an EU national must obtain permission to enter the UK from an Immigration officer. The Customs officer to whom you report your arrival to will be able to advise on contacting the nearest Immigration office.

Departure

Customs need not be informed by boats leaving the UK for another EU country.

All boats going directly to a country outside the EU must inform Customs.

Departing boats should complete sections 1 and 2 of Form C1331 (available at marina and port offices) and return part 1 to Customs either by handing it to a Customs officer; placing it in a Customs post box (sited at most marinas), or taking (or posting) it to a Customs office.

Part 2 of this form should be kept on board as evidence of notification of departure. If a planned departure is delayed by more than 48 hours or abandoned, Customs must be informed accordingly. Form C1331 can be obtained from any Customs office, most yacht clubs and marinas, the National Advice Service (0845 010 9000), or online (as Adobe pdf document) from a link at HMRC Customs

Last updated August 2018.

Immigration

All crew must have a passport valid for the length of their stay,

The U.K. is not part of the Schengen Area.

Nationals of countries who do not need a visa, are normally granted a stay of a maximum 6 months if they can show sufficient funds.

See the U.K.Border Agency website for the current list of nationals requiring a visa.

See this UK Government file for details of necessary supporting documents required.

Visas must be obtained in advance from a British embassy or consulate. Persons requiring visas who arrive in the UK without one will be refused entry.

Permission to enter is at the discretion of the Immigration officer at the point of entry - he has the power to refuse entry even if one has a visa, although for those on a tourist visit with sufficient funds for their stay, entry is normally straightforward.

If there is anyone on board who is not an EU national, Immigration must be contacted if arriving from outside the following countries or territories: UK, Isle of Man, Republic of Ireland, Channel Islands. In most yachting centres, the Customs officer also acts as the Immigration officer.

Departure

Immigration does not have to be notified when leaving the UK if the destination port is in the EU or Channel Islands.

If the first port of call will be outside the EU, you need to notify an Immigration officer only if there is someone on board who is not an EU resident.

Note that CUSTOMS must be informed if leaving for a non-EU port, irrespective of the nationality of the crew.

Last updated August 2018.

Customs

Firearms and ammunition, including gas pistols and similar weapons, may not be imported.

Also prohibited or restricted are:- Controlled drugs, offensive weapons,  indecent and obscene material, non-EU food products, plants and produce, including potatoes and certain other fruit and vegetables; certain articles made from endangered species including fur, ivory and reptile leather.

Contact DEFRA for more information, The telephone numbers are: Meat and animal products Tel: +44(0)20 7904 6501; and Fruit and vegetables Tel: +44 (0)1904 455191/2/5.

Radio transmitters, such as portable VHF radios, which are not approved for use in the UK, may not be operated. This will include many made in the USA.

Allowances within the EU
Arriving in the UK by pleasure craft directly from the EU, you will be allowed to bring back as much EU duty paid goods, including tobacco and alcohol, as you like as long as it is for your own use. This includes bringing them back for your own consumption and bringing back gifts for family and friends. Goods cannot be brought back for family and friends if they are paying you, giving you cost price, or paying some or all of your travel costs.

EU regulations apply concerning temporary importation of boats. See EU VAT page for more information.

EU residents can have their boats based in another EU country, and leave them there without any time restrictions, without having to pay any additional duties. However, the owner may be asked to prove that duty (VAT) on the boat had been paid.

For advice on VAT, Excise and Customs call the National Advice Service on +44(0)845 010 9000. Also see UK Customs and Excise website.

Last updated August 2018.

Health

There are excellent health facilities throughout the U.K.

Fees

There are no fees for Customs or Immigration clearance.

There are fees for visa applications.

Restrictions

Marine Conservation Zones (MCZs)

Introduced in November 2013 to safeguard a wide range of precious sea life around the shores of the UK.

Click here for a full list of the 50 designated marine conservation zones.

Pets

The U.K. is free of rabies and the control and quarantine of animals is taken seriously.

Only certain transport companies and routes can be used to bring pet dogs, cats and ferrets into Great Britain under the Pet Travel Scheme. These are known as approved routes. This means they have been approved by APHA to bring pets into Great Britain under the Pet Travel Scheme and as part of that approval, are responsible for checking that the animal meets the rules of the Scheme

It is, therefore, not possible to bring your pet into the UK on board a private yacht, even if your pet does comply with the Pet Travel Scheme.

For full details see the UK Government website:

Pet Travel: Information for Pet Owners

Last updated April 2018.

Val Ellis
Val Ellis says:
Dec 14, 2016 11:43 AM

IMPORTANT INFO. FOR YACHTS VISITING THE UK
It is important to remember that the UK is not part of the Schengen Area Agreement, so it is necessary for any boat with non-EU nationals on board to clear with UK Immigration (many non-EU visitors would be granted a 6 month visitor's visa).
Failure to report means you are illegal immigrants!

EU citizens automatically have the right to stay (at the moment). The UK leaving the EU will change many regulations.

Non-EU citizens can only freely move within the Schengen Area (for 90 days in any 180 day period) once cleared into their first designated Schengen country. EU countries outside Schengen must be cleared into in the usual way.

It is not unusual for those from outside Europe to not understand the difference between the Schengen Area and the EU. For a full explanation see noonsite's EU page - http://www.noonsite.com/General/EuropeanUnion

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