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 Posted: Tue Aug 31st, 2010 04:59 am
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And john....would you say the same thing is true about clearing the TIP.  I can clear is later in San Carlos or KM 21?

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Did any of you confirm whether or not you can clear the TIP through a source in San Carlos or Guaymas?  Thanks in advance!

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sailfast wrote: Have a 23 sailboat for sale...when it sells....what does the new owner need to tow it back to the states.  I have a TIP and titles are to trailer and boat are in states.  Any direction would be great.  thanksAll the new owner needs is a legal plate (or some kind of valid plate) on the trailer.  And a bill of sale for the boat, showing it's serial number..Mexico has little interest in Northbound trailer boats and neither does U.S. Customs..

If the boat and trailer have titles, then those documents should be ready to transfer to the buyer at the time of sale..Trying to do this by mail, with the boat in Mexico and  you and the paperwork in Oregon will involve more trust than you are likely to find...

If the boat is going to stay in Mexico, Marina Seca should be able to "expedite" the paperwork for you.  Good Luck..

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In Mexico, it has been my experience, that ANY paperwork problems can be solved by talking to the right people and greasing the machine a little...Half the boats in the Aluminum Forest are "For Sale"..It's just a matter of finding the owner and negotiating a price..Any needed paperwork can be generated in San Carlos or obtained by Marina staff..Trying to sell a boat down here as an absentee owner is a pretty tough deal unless you are willing to pay a Mexican broker 50% commission...

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50% commission???  Where did you get that figure from? 

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