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    Posted: 30 Nov 04 at 12:45am
We are coming over from New Zealand and want to know of other people's experiences of buying a yacht in Croatia, Turkey or Greece, and any advice and things to watch out for.  I tried to post another message, but I don't seem to be able to see it, and someone has replied to me but I cannot find that either.  We would be looking at a 35 to 38 foot yacht.
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You are maybe interested  in a Beneteau Oceanis 351 1994 from the owner (No commisions ) . She is laying in Greece  and the price is 50,000 EUR VAT not incl.
Contact  poseidonyachts@poseidonyachts.gr

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Thank you for that, we are not planning to come over til June 2005, so cannot act on it just yet.  If no VAT is paid, how does that affect us, could we sail to Croatia, Turkey, a non EU country without paying VAT, or must it be paid immediately, and how much is the VAT.  Then would we have to pay more tax when getting to those countries.
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By the Greek law if the boat is purchased with a professional license, you don’t pay VAT. Otherwise you pay  18% on the price of “bill of sail”.

That means it depends on the total amount of our agreement . You pay no VAT in any place you sail  .

<>The most important of all  is the condition of the boat we are disgusting  for is in excellent condition . She is a first hand boat and always maintained personally by me .  <>

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I will send you as soon as possible more pictures of the boat .

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