Here are the new rules from April 26th 2021:
Entry / Exit territory
You can clear in and out electronically on the dedicated customs computer at the marina office during office hours (check times at the page CAPITAINERIE OPENING HOURS) : cost 3 €.
Bring your boat registry and passports of the crew or a list with details of all crew members: nationalities, name and surname, passport numbers, date and place of birth.
Entry requirements :
The documents to be supplied on arrival in Guadeloupe territory (valid for all boats) :
- The boat’s certificate of nationality
- The passports of those arriving in Guadeloupe
- The boat’s insurance certificate
- And / or visas for third countries (for information)
1 - Foreign vessels :
Vessels belonging to owners living abroad: These benefit from temporary admission to total exemption for a duration (continuous or not) of 6 months per period of 12 months.
Vessels belonging to foreigners resident in France or in an overseas region of France: same condition as above. No lucrative activity or loan is tolerated.
2 - Vessels belonging to owners living in France or another overseas region of France.
The owners of these vessels must have justified payment of the dues and taxes at the time of exemption. They may benefit from A.T.: under the O.M. and the DAOM for a duration (continuous or not) of 18 months. An interruption of the period of stay will lead to the return of the Frenchifying act to a customs agent during the time when the user is absent from Guadeloupe.
3 - Owners ofa pleasure craft based in St Martin (French side) or in St Barthélemy