All onboard – arrival-departure (1 pc)
Crew list – arrival-departure (4 pcs)
Passenger list (if needed) (4 pcs)
General Declaration – arrival-departure (4 pcs)
Passenger customs declaration – arrival-departure (2 pcs)
Yacht’s Register document (copy, 2 pcs)
Skiper’s license (copy, 2 pcs)
Document certifying the owner (copy, 2 pcs)
1. Any yacht under foreign flags on the way from sea to St.Pete has to give preliminary notice about its arrival into check-point (CP) “Fort Konstantin” to “Morskaya Liga” Agency, either directly or through appointed Agent. This notice has to contain all data required by border guard service, according to Supplement No1. The notice has to be presented in no more than 24 hours before presumed time of arrival. The last specification of time of arrival has to be presented 4 hours before arrival (by VHS-radio, skype, mobil phone), dispatcher service points out the mooring place in the zone of border – custom control (ZBCC) for arrival legalization process. 1a. When working with agents, you have to take into account that if the station in yacht-club “Fort Konstantin” is presupposed then all agent service in the given area is practised by “Morskaya Liga” company. Those agents who serve in inner-water yacht-clubs could be admitted to independent work of border opening / closing legalization in “Fort Konstantin” area or can nominate “Morskaya Liga” (as sub-agent) for all these activities.
2. The yacht anchores in ZBCC and passes through arrival legalization process, afterwords it may follow to the mooring place in St.Pete port or at “Fort Konstantin” yacht-club. 2a. The anchoreges at ZBCC are appointed for legalization procedures only. The duration of free mooring at ZBCC terminal is no more than 2 hours. According to the custom rules the mooring period is no more than 12 hours, after that a yacht has to change its mooring place to the anchorage of “Fort Konstantin” or any other yacht club.
3. The yacht owner / operator has to inform on agent about the time of departure in no less than 24 hours before getting out to the sea, and with specification, in 4 hours before approaching CP.