New Caledonia Yacht Clearance

"I contacted Chloe before I left Australia and she told me what she required from the yacht for clearances and also what was required for Quarantine. Dealing with Chloe, having never been to New Caledonia before, was a breath of fresh air."

Captain Greg Numa  M.Y. Vegas - 37m



Email me your ETA, a crew list with names and nationalities, and a copy of your documentation and insurance papers. Preferably at least 72 hours before your vessel leaves port bound for New Caledonia (in case any of your guests or crew require visas).

Special Requirements

If you have special requirements, like on-board helicopters or vehicles you expect to drive on the roads in New Caledonia, please let us know well in advance so we can prepare the correct documents.

quarantine Requirements

If you have any pets aboard please notify us so we can discuss your needs with Quarantine officials. All animals, animal products or products from animal origin, plants, plant products, and minerals must be declared when entering New Caledonia. If not on the approved list or if the appropriate veterinary and/or phytosanitary certificates are not done in advance, the animals, plants or food products will be confiscated, quarantined or destroyed.

For a summary of what your vessel can have aboard without prior clearance from Quarantine please download the official list of allowed imports here. This list can be modified anytime without warning following new information on bio-risks.

“ From facilitating efficient immigration clearances, through to supporting Guest transfers and advising on the best cruising locations, Chloe has been fantastic.” Captain Gregory Monks 43m S.Y. Sarissa


Short Stays

If your cruise in New Caledonia will be less than a total of 90 days in any 6 month period the passengers and crew will not need a visa if they are nationals from an approved country.

We will check your crew list and let you know if any of your passengers or crew will require a visa. If they do, they will have to get the visa before your vessel leaves port bound for New Caledonia.

Please check all passports to be sure they are valid for six months after the date of arrival in New Caledonia.

Stays over 90 days

If your cruise in New Caledonia will be more than a total of 90 days in any 6 month period passengers or crew who will stay aboard for more than 90 days will need to get a Visa before the vessel leaves for New Caledonia - unless they are nationals of a Member State of the European Union and the European Economic Area (EEA), Andorra and Monaco.