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An aircraft arriving at a port of entry in Trinidad and Tobago from a foreign port must produce:- General Declaration Form14, including list of crew and supernumeraries.
  A ship arriving at a port of entry in Trinidad and Tobago from a foreign port must produce:- Notice of expected date and time of arrival Form 15.    An aircraft arriving at a port of entry in Trinidad and Tobago from a foreign port must produce:- General Declaration Form14, including list of crew and supernumeraries.
   
Entry Requirements for Pleasure Crafts/Yachts
A pleasure craft/ yacht arriving at a port of entry in Trinidad and Tobago from a foreign port must produce:-
  General Declaration (Arrival Report) Form 10
  Crew List Form 11
  Clearance from the last port of call
  Certificate of Registration of vessel and, where applicable, authorization from owner for use of vessel.


Crew Arriving on Pleasure Craft/Yacht

Crew arriving on a pleasure craft/yacht at a port of entry in Trinidad and Tobago from a foreign port must: -
  Show sufficient means of support for their period of stay in Trinidad and Tobago
  Provide a proper local address if staying at an abode in Trinidad and Tobago, other than aboard a vessel
  Be in possession of a valid outward ticket to home country or country of residence and show sufficient funds for upkeep of stay in Trinidad and Tobago if disembarking from a vessel to remain in Trinidad and Tobago or if departing from Trinidad and Tobago
  Appear before an Immigration Officer on arrival or departure
Any change of crew on or off a vessel must be reported to the Immigration Authority for approval prior to such change being effected.