Lounge Yachting is the official dealer and representative of Yacht Registration Holland, a leader on the market for many years. The Dutch Flag is a good and quick option for yachts up to 24 metres to fly as it is easy and quick to register and there is absolutely NO bureacracy.
Why to fly the Dutch flag?
- Low costs
Registration in the Netherlands is not expensive. For a low fee you can have your sailing or motor yacht registered in the Netherlands.
- Fast registration procedure
In most cases, we will have our EU Light Registration for your yacht ready within one week – and often even faster. Our Worldwide Registration for your yacht will normally be completed within just a few weeks!
- No need for inspection
If you have your sailing or motor yacht registered with us under the EU Light Registration, no survey or inspection of your vessel will be required.
- No unnecessary bureaucracy
Worldwide, the Netherlands is known for being one of the countries with the lowest levels of bureaucracy. In practice, this means for you that your application will be smoothly handled without any complicating regulations.
- Marine-telephone and EPIRB license in no time
If you want us to do so, we will arrange the MMSI Ship Station License for you within 24 hours.
- Minimum requirements to the equipment of your yacht
Below, we have listed the requirements that the equipment of your sailing or motor yacht must meet.
Speaking of flags and their jurisdictions …there are many different options available, and different flags mean different rules and obligations, which can have a direct influence on privacy, taxes, functionality and overall enjoyment of your yacht.
Lounge Yachting will help and advise the Owner and his Captain on the options depending on the functionality and future plan of the vessel.
Lounge Yachting is working with the biggest leading yacht insurance companies on the market. We will provide your yacht with the most suitable and proper insurance considering the region of cruising and the usage of your yacht (private or charter).