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Seized yachts: What we know so far

Seized yachts: What we know so far

More than 50 yachts, valued in billions of dollars, have been detained worldwide in connection with sanctions imposed after the Russian invasion of Ukraine, according to a Superyacht Investor investigation. Governments have formally and publicly seized 15 superyachts, with a

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OPINION: Brexit Britain finally casts off from the EU

OPINION: Brexit Britain finally casts off from the EU

Goodbye, Au revoir, Auf wiedersehen: the UK says farewell to the EU: or begins to. Image courtesy of MW Finn.    So, it’s finally happening. After years of rancorous debate, the UK will finally cast off from Europe at 11pm

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Malta fights back against EU

Malta fights back against EU

The Malta Maritime Law Association, the Malta Maritime Forum, the Yachting Services Trade Section by within the Malta Chamber of Commerce, Enterprise and Industry and the Super Yacht Industry Network Malta refer to the recent Notice of Infringement sent to

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Marshall Islands aims to leave tax haven blacklist

Marshall Islands aims to leave tax haven blacklist

The Republic of the Marshall Islands (RMI) has vowed to get itself off the EU’s new blacklist of tax havens. The superyacht registry says that it is working with the EU to find out why it has been included on

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Brexit: Will it sink the UK yachting sector?

Brexit: Will it sink the UK yachting sector?

Samantha Snow It might be that I am just getting old (no comments please!) but having recently attended a number of yachting related conferences where there was much talk about Brexit and how it might affect the industry, all I

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