Customs Updates Vessel Licencing And Recording Applications

Monday, 25 October 2021 - 5:19pm

The Customs Department is informing the public that applications for licencing and recording commercial vessels are now being accepted.

HM Customs Continues Charter Company Symposium

Friday, 22 October 2021 - 3:52pm

The Customs Department will continue their charter symposium series next week to inform businesses of the Cruising and Home Port Permit Act., No. 29 of 2021 and its policies, procedures and requirements, providing updates on the Commercial Recreational Vessel Licensing Act., No. 8 of 1992.

Charter Authorization

This Authorization is for Foreign Base Charter companies (ONLY) 

HM Customs Invites Charter Companies To Symposium

Monday, 11 October 2021 - 5:08pm

Representatives of Charter companies and operators are invited to a symposium on Friday, October 15 to discuss the Cruising and Home Port Permit Act., No. 29 of 2021 and its policies, procedures and requirements; as well as get an update on policies and requirements in accordance with the Commercial Recreational Vessel Licensing Act., No 8 of 1992.

Data Processor (Internal Reassignment)


Data Entry Clerk (Internal Reassignment)


Joint Task Force Weekend Operation Success

Thursday, 16 September 2021 - 11:53am

Three summonses have been issued for immigration related offenses and two persons arrested and charged for unrelated matters following a successful operation by the Joint Task Force on Virgin Gorda last weekend.

Customs Trainee

Role Summary

The successful applicant will support the Unit by performing data/information checking duties in an efficient and competent manner.

Main Responsibilities

1. Receive entries from the Team Leader on a daily basis and check them for correctness of classification, valuation and calculation with support/assistance from assigned officers.

2. Assist in the daily checking of T12’s to ensure accuracy.

Officers Of The Joint Task Force Receive Virtual Maritime Training

Thursday, 10 June 2021 - 4:47pm

Officers from the Joint Task Force completed a virtual three-day Royal Navy International Maritime Training organised through the Governor Office’s via the United Kingdom’s interest in offering training to the officers. The training covered topics including: Maritime Law/Rights to Board, Phases of Boarding, Personnel Search and Evidence Awareness.