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  • COVID-19 pandemic: Monaco/French port and movement restrictions during the first deconfinement phase In line with the first phase of the deconfinement, France adopted through Prefectural Decree N° 062 / 2020 of 8 May and Ministerial Decree No. 2020-548 of 11 May 2020, and Monaco through Ministerial Decision N° 8484 of 28 April 2020, new measures within the framework of the gradual resumption of activities to combat the COVID-19 epidemic including for nautical activities. COVID-19 pandemic: Monaco/French port and movement restrictions during the first deconfinement phase
  • Webinar Update on COVID-19 Port Restrictions Affecting Yachts Janet Xanthopoulos, Head of Yacht and Jet Department at Rosemont Yacht Services will contribute to a follow up webinar organised by Quaynote Communications, on 26 May at 1500 UK time/1600hrs European Time, which will cover updates on port restrictions affecting yachts in various jurisdictions including Monaco and France. Webinar Update on COVID-19 Port Restrictions Affecting Yachts
  • Rosemont Yacht Services & Management webinars - Replay You can find here the links to watch the different webinars in which our experts have participated. Rosemont Yacht Services & Management webinars - Replay
  • Webinar: How have guest and crew been affected by COVID-19 Shelley Dowie, Head of Yacht Management will moderate a free yacht webinar “How have guest and crew been affected by COVID-19” hosted by Quaynote Communications. Along with other experts she will discuss the effect of COVID-19 on yacht operations, management and logistics. Webinar: How have guest and crew been affected by COVID-19
  • Monaco/French port and movement restrictions during the COVID-19 pandemic As a result of the global outbreak of COVID-19 increasing numbers of port authorities across Europe have adopted stringent controls to limit (or even ban) movement of people to attempt to minimise the chance of the illness spreading. Monaco/French port and movement restrictions during the COVID-19 pandemic
  • Free webinar: Yacht Restrictions in Ports during the COVID-19 Janet Xanthopoulos, Head of Yacht and Jet Deptmm will be part of a free yacht webinar. Free webinar: Yacht Restrictions in Ports during the COVID-19
  • VAT on short term charters (less than 90 days): Postponement of the reforms abolishing the “lump sum reduction regime” Following the infringement procedures made against Italy in 2019, Italy and France had decided to align their positions on the way they apply the reduction of the taxable basis in relation to the calculation of the VAT applicable on charter revenues, as detailed in our previous newsletter, as it was made clear by the Commission that no more fixed lump sum reductions on the taxable basis will be accepted starting from 2020 for such vessels. VAT on short term charters (less than 90 days): Postponement of the reforms abolishing the “lump sum reduction regime”
  • COVID-19 Travel Restrictions in the Principality of Monaco On Tuesday 11 March the Principality of Monaco prohibited any cruise stopovers in its port or territorial waters until April 30. The cruise tourism season was due to resume on March 23 and no fewer than 25 ship arrivals meaning between 15 and 20,000 passengers were scheduled to dock by the end of April. COVID-19 Travel Restrictions in the Principality of Monaco
  • US : Yacht crew visas Though the summer season remains some time off it is not too early to start considering the visa requirements for yacht crew. It is important to note the US Department of State do not have a dedicated visa for yacht crew, however the following visa types should be considered for yacht crew spending all or part of the summer in US waters; US : Yacht crew visas
  • VAT on short term charters (less than 90 days): the end of the so called “lump sum reduction regime” Following the infringement procedures made against Italy in 2019, Italy and France decided to align their positions on the way they apply the reduction of the taxable basis in relation to the calculation of VAT applicable on charter revenues. VAT on short term charters (less than 90 days): the end of the so called “lump sum reduction regime”
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