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Hi does anybody know the procedures of setting up a buisness in watersports,thinkng of somthing small,i.e a few jetskis,i no their is a few out their but does anyone no if their are any regulations,i.e is their a minimum distance their needs to be between each watersports buisness,or can i just dock them anywere on the beach,as im not thinking of having a jetty,as i say maybe 3 jetskis thats about it so no boat,paragliding, etc,any help would be appreciated
 

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Hi does anybody know the procedures of setting up a buisness in watersports,thinkng of somthing small,i.e a few jetskis,i no their is a few out their but does anyone no if their are any regulations,i.e is their a minimum distance their needs to be between each watersports buisness,or can i just dock them anywere on the beach,as im not thinking of having a jetty,as i say maybe 3 jetskis thats about it so no boat,paragliding, etc,any help would be appreciated
I think the first thing you need to invetigate is the health and safety rules and regulations, insurance liabilty etc. As Cyprus is in the EU there will now be very stringent rules, unlike a few years ago so it wont be as easy as just buying some jet skis and parking them on some beach somewhere.

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Also you will definitely need to apply for a licence and they are not easy to get. If do it without a licence you could end up in big trouble.
The Cypriots are getting fed up with people setting in business as rivals without doing it legally so you would very quickly get shopped by a rival Cypriot jet ski company if you didnt do it all legally and above board.

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