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superyachts visiting AUSTRALIA

Superyachts Contemplating Visiting Australia

Australian requirements for pleasure, Charter and commercial craft fall into numerous categories, for internationally (Foreign) registered vessels there are several classification requirements for commercially operated vessels and pleasure craft. Foreign flagged vessels commercially operating or intending to charter in the territorial waters of Australia are generally required to be inspected prior to cruising. 

Charter vessels commercially operating must be able to comply with the various regulatory aspects concerning GST (Goods and Services Tax) - the uniform shipping law and various state legislation.

These are all matters that SuperYacht Technologies are able to help smoothly guide you through the process - including issues related to crew visas, payroll taxes and charter tax, as your support team we can manage the collection and bonding of GST, its payment and the various accounting aspects for operating the vessel within Australian waters.

Other Areas of Support:
Dockwise transport Australia
Completed Projects
Management & Operations


For more information:

Customs Website

A Guide to visas for foreign sea crew

Ships & Vessels entering Australian waters

Maritime Crew Visa Information

New Visa to attract Superyachts to Australia; 30 April 2008