Ireland yacht registration summary is a free information resource designed to inform the boating public about vessel registry requirements, recording methods, and title search guidelines for the Republic of Ireland. The data is maintained as an open wiki forum where readers are encouraged to participate by sharing knowledge and experiences with this particular country. Simply click on the "Wiki-Share" link to contribute further details or suggest a revision.
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|Yacht Registration Agency||Department
Dublin 2, Ireland.
Tel:+ 353 1 670 74444 or Local 1890 443 311 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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|About The Registry||Ireland has a federal registration system for ships and yachts. There are currently 13 ports of registry in Ireland: Arklow, Cork, Drogheda, Dublin, Dundalk, Galway, Limerick, Skibbereen, Sligo, Tralee, Waterford, Westport and Wexford. You will need to make contact with the Registrar at the respective port. Inquiries may be made at the nearest Custom House. The Registrar of the port of Westport is located at Castlebar, the Registrar of the port of Skibbereen is located at Bantry and the Registrar of the port of Arklow is located at Dublin. Registrars of Ships are those Officers of Customs & Excise who have been allocated responsibility for the administration of registry procedure. Additional registry information can be obtained from the Department of Transport.|
|Recording Methods||Ireland has provisions for recording mortgages against federally registered vessels. These are administered through the respective Registrars of Ships Offices.|
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