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033° 42.734' N , 007° 23.971' W
At some point after your arrival (it could be a few hours or the next day), you will receive a visit from the Authorities. Formalities are reported to be relatively straightforward and the officials friendly and efficient. Some English is spoken here. Having copies of all your boat paperwork will help!
The Port Authority will want you to fill out a set of documents.
The Gendarmerie Royale (Surete Nationale) are tracking boats along the coast in their continuing fight against drug trafficking, they will take pictures of the boat.
The Police will stamp your passports.
Customs may or may not issue you a Temporary Import Permit for the boat, form D716.