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Visiting / Working / Settling in Cyprus Provisions for Private Vessels Arriving in Cyprus

Visiting / Working / Settling in Cyprus


Provisions for Private Vessels Arriving in Cyprus


The private vessels arriving in Cyprus are inspected by the Port and Marine Police, Immigration Department, Customs, and the Health Services. The master of the private vessel must produce the following documents upon arrival:

Port and Marine Police

  • Certificate of Registration
  • General Declaration
  • Crew List


Immigration Department

The Immigration Department receives a Crew List and the crew's passports and issues a Landing Permit (form P52) for the vessel's crew.

European Union nationals do not submit their passports and do not require a Landing Permit (form P52).


Customs

  • Certificate of Registration
  • General Declaration
  • Crew Effects Declaration
  • Crew List
  • Stores Declaration


Health Services

  • Crew List
  • Maritime Declaration of Health

N.B.: The Health Services do not inspect private vessels arriving from EU member-states.



Further information:


Cyprus Port Authority
23 Crete Street, 1061 Nicosia
P.O. Box 22007, 1516 Nicosia
Tel: + 357 22 81 72 00
Fax: + 357 22 76 54 20
E-post:
cpa@cpa.gov.cy
Hemsida:
www.cpa.gov.cy


St. Raphael Marina
Tel: +357 25 636 100 or 634 100
Fax: +357 25 636 394
E-mail: marina@raphael.com.cy


Larnaca Marina
Tel: +357 24 653 110 or 653 113
Fax: +357 24 624 110
E-mail: larnaca.marina@cytanet.com.cy




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