Frequently Asked Questions

See our most common questions related to the Gibraltar boat registration.


All nationalities are accepted for Gibraltar flag.

  • Passport/ID copy
  • Address proof
  • Deletion certificate (If applicable)
  • Insurance coverage proof
  • Status of VAT
  • Survey report
  • Bill of sale copy

We can provide you the provisional registration in 24 hours.

Gibraltar boat registration is good for 12 months. We can help you with easy renewals.

Documents are accepted in English language. If any paperwork is not in English, they will need to be translated by a qualified translator and notarized. (We'll handle the official translation.)

In general, new or recently constructed boats may not need to be inspected if they adhere to all applicable safety and technical criteria. To make sure the relevant regulations are being followed, an inspection may be necessary for older vessels or those that have undergone considerable modifications or repairs.

Yes, you can register a jet ski with Gibraltar flag.

Please provide us the following documents:

  • Passport/ID copy
  • Bill of sale copy
  • Copy of certificate of Proof of Competency
  • Station license

Yes. Please provide us the following documents:

  • Bill of sale copy
  • Passport/ID copy of new owner
  • Passport/ID copy of the seller
  • Gibraltar registration certificate
  • Insurance payment proof
  • Certificate of Title

We can help you with cancelation of the Gibraltar flag, provide us the following documents:

  • Surrender the Gibraltar registration
  • Bill of sale
  • Insurance payment proof

In Gibraltar, a person operating a vessel that is less than 13.7 meters (45 feet) in length and does not carry passengers for hire is not required to have a license.

However, if the vessel is over 13.7 meters (45 feet) in length or carries passengers for hire, the operator will be required to hold a valid license or certificate of competency issued by a recognized maritime authority.

Yes, you can register the boat for commercial or bareboat use.

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