ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE PROCEDURES
Arrival Procedure for Visiting Yachts:
ALL VESSELS ARRIVING AT THE RCYC ARE TO IMMEDIATELY CALL IN AT THE RCYC MAIN OFFICE
A MINIMUM SERVICE FEE OF R250.00 WILL BE CHARGED FOR VESSELS CLEARING FROM THE RCYC.
Skippers are to sign in with Marina Secretary, Diane Bright, and complete all relevant documents on arrival in RCYC Marina (supplied by office).
Once complete, skipper and all crew (must all carry passports) are to visit the IMMIGRATION OFFICE which is situated at:
BON 1 Building (opposite Table Bay Police Station)
next to the Mission to Seafarers
660 Duncan Road
tel +27 21 421 1007).
OFFICE HOURS 24hrs.
After which, proceed to CUSTOMS (next door to Immigrations in the Transnet Building).
CUSTOMS OFFICE HOURS 07h00 – 22h00 daily.
DEPARTURE CLEARANCE PROCEDURES
Visitors are required to settle all outstanding balances with the RCYC, then complete a VOYAGE PLAN as well as PORTNET CLEARANCE FORM (supplied by RCYC Office).
Once completed, three Clearance certificates will be issued for PORTNET, CUSTOMS AND IMMIGRATION by the RCYC office.
South African registered vessels require the following:
i. N.E.P form – obtainable from banks.
ii. Voyage Plan – to include anticipated route as well as Insurance Certificate.
Proceed to PORTNET Multipurpose Terminal, situated near the PORTNET TOWER.
On weekends PORTNET operates from the BON 1 Building, situated behind the Mission to Seafarers (opposite Table Bay Police Station) in Duncan Road.
Following PORTNET, proceed to next door to IMMIGRATION.
The last port of call is CUSTOMS CLEARANCE & VAT Refund. To claim VAT, all original invoices are required. For items too large to bring to the office, appointments can be arranged 24hrs in advance wherein a officer will conduct an inspection on board.
Diesel can be purchased from BLUE BOAT BUNKER POINT, on ELBOW BEND, tel 021 4253548. Monday to Friday, 09h00 – 17h00 & Saturday 09h00 – 12h30, Please note that this is a CASH ONLY operation.