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Moores Rowland Partners srl - YACHT DIVISION  (Rate this company)

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Moores Rowland Partners - Yacht Division is located in the heart of the Darsena of Viareggio, Italy, very close to a vast sample of the most prominent yachting shipyards in the world. Its remarkable experience within the yachting industry and the entire underlying supply chain amounts to more than 25 years.
Moores Rowland Partners offers a wide choice of consulting and assistance services concerning Tax&Vat, Customs and Maritime matters to owning companies, shipyards, brokers and to any other operators involved in the nautical industry. Its high-standard and wide-scale advisoy service covers any of the activities regarding both pleasure and commercial yachts and superyachts, i.e. constructing, sale&purchase, refitting, chartering, flagging and incorporation. 

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Contact:
Tel / Fax: +39 0584 1667536  /  +39 0584 1667510
Email Address: e.vannucci@mooresrowland.it
Website: www.mooresrowlandpartners.com/en/yacht-division/

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Moores Rowland Partners srl - YACHT DIVISION in the News

Privilege Yard sold for €6 million More Details

After filing for bankruptcy, criminal proceedings and five failed auctions, the Italian shipyard has been sold

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Additional 25% import duty on US superyachts More Details

Additional customs duty of 25% on US yachts imported into European Union territory

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Tax break for the wealthy to bolster superyacht market in Italy? More Details

Will a new flat-rate tax regime designed to attract the ultra-wealthy to Italy aid the superyacht market?

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VAT or not VAT? That is the question More Details

Ezio Vannucci of Moores Rowland Partners casts light on a new fiscal resolution in Italy regarding tax exemption for commercial vessels

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Italian export formalities clarified More Details

The Italian authorities have clarified the process through which non-EU yacht owners can claim tax exemption through exportation

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Italy saved? More Details

SuperyachtNews.com has received word that the amended Stability Law 2016 has been approved by Italy's parliament and will now go before the Senate. If passed, it would lead to the abolition of the tax on the possession of yachts.

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Italian yachting gets its wish More Details

SuperyachtNews.com has been informed that the much maligned 22 per cent tax rate on temporary berthing in Italian waters has been officially reduced to 10 per cent, in line with the country's other tourism sectors.

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A short-term solution More Details

Following a new decree entering into force on 12 September, the Italian nautical industry body, UCINA, has announced that marina resorts in Italy are now eligible for a VAT rate of 10 per cent, reduced from 22 per cent, in line with the benefits already afforded to other hospitality sectors...

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Italian ‘occasional leasing’ fails to attract business More Details

Despite the option to charter up to 42 days under a revised tax rule, few Italian-flagged yachts have taken up the option, experts say

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Will duty-free bunkering in Italy ever be hassle free? More Details

Confusion surrounding the correct bunkering procedures of superyachts operating in Italian waters has reached its peak. SuperyachtNews.com speaks to Ezio Vannucci, partner at Italian law firm Moores Rowland Associati, who reveals that clarification on the situation is in the process of bein...

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Flavio may be Force[d] to cough up More Details

Flavio Briatore is to stand trial on charges of tax evasion and falsely registering his superyacht, 'Force Blue' as a a charter vessel. The alleged amount of duties dodged stands at €5 million, according to Genoa's public prosecutor's office.

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Despite clarification, Italian port procedures leave industry confused More Details

In August, Italy’s Ministry of Infrastructure and Transport released a circular clarifying arrival and departure procedures within Italian waters. However, three months on, the superyacht industry is still in a state of confusion.

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