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If I put my boat up for sale on brokerage in a marina do I need a CaRT licence or can do it on trade plates

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I sold a boat through BWML Sawley and it had no licence however my new purchase was licensed so does that make a difference.

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If I put my boat up for sale on brokerage in a marina do I need a CaRT licence or can do it on trade plates

If the location of the boat whilst on brokerage is a licence required area (lots of marinas are) then the answer is yes unless it is on trade plates or removed from the water. On other hand it might be one of those odd places like Whilton where you don't need a licence whilst in the marina. Check first and if you are not sure call CRT on 03030 404040

Debbi

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