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 on: November 20, 2017, 12:08:33 pm 
Started by MattyBoy - Last post by davidships
Oil bunkers for international voyages do not usually attract taxation/excise duties, and are presumably supplied from bond (whether held ashore or afloat).

Gibraltar's benefit is the additional harbour charges as well as add-on services from the visiting vessels, some of which may be taxable (EU VAT rules apply), and which provide income and employment.

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 on: November 20, 2017, 07:36:47 am 
Started by Hannes van Rijn - Last post by pieter melissen
Matty, shares in ships is a typical issue for the container market. The Germans hsve been very good at that and the tax system needs to favour such construtions. In the end when the crisis comes,(and it always comes) most of the time the shareholders, and not the operators of the ships will suffer.

 3 
 on: November 19, 2017, 05:33:44 pm 
Started by Robert J Smith - Last post by Allan RO
Interesting news; they arrived 16th and 17th.   Could be MMD are protecting themselves against the threatened SERCO strike...  at least the fruit will continue to come in even if the navy can not move !!!

Allan   

 4 
 on: November 19, 2017, 03:34:14 pm 
Started by Robert J Smith - Last post by Robert J Smith
SMS Towage Ltd starts new service

http://www.portsmouth-port.co.uk/news/portsmouths-new-towage-service-is-a-boost-for-marine-industry

Tugs Irishman & Guardsman

 5 
 on: November 19, 2017, 09:43:11 am 
Started by MattyBoy - Last post by MattyBoy
Hi all,

Well, I've just recently come back from Gib and wondered how the the tax situation applies re: bunkering tax (or lack of). But how does it work exactly? If no tax on the fuel is payable, how does the government claw back money? Surely the fuel still needs to be shipped in from somewhere. I didn't see any refineries on Gib itself - only the one in Spain.

Regards,

 6 
 on: November 19, 2017, 09:38:51 am 
Started by Hannes van Rijn - Last post by MattyBoy
How would someone go about investing in one of these vessels operated by Euronav?

Isn't there somewhere you can buy a share in the cargo being shipped or own a share of a vessel so one may benefit in the upturn of business ?


Regards,

 7 
 on: November 19, 2017, 09:32:41 am 
Started by MattyBoy - Last post by MattyBoy
Thanks andrecas.

 8 
 on: November 18, 2017, 09:06:32 am 
Started by Leon de Hoop - Last post by Leon de Hoop
Good morning Chas,

Thanks for the information.
Another bit off the puzzle solved.

Best regards

Leon

 9 
 on: November 18, 2017, 08:54:40 am 
Started by Leon de Hoop - Last post by ChasB46
Benalder keel laid     launched 14 5 1972    delivered 6 10 72  1993 Maersk London ; builder Howaldtswerke-DW ; broken up 7 10 2001

Benarty keel laid 21 9 72  launched  15 3 1973  delivered 9 11 73 as City of Edinburgh; re-engined 1981 ; renamed 1992 Benarty; 1993  Maersk Edinburgh  builder Howaldtswerke-DW; broken up 17 5 2002

Benavon keel laid 22 2 1972  launched 6 8 1972  delivered 9 1 1973  1993 Maersk Paris ; builder Howaldtswerke-DW; broken up 15 11 2001

Benarty details corrected + broken up details

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 on: November 18, 2017, 08:34:40 am 
Started by Leon de Hoop - Last post by Leon de Hoop
Hi Roy,

Thank you very much for all this info.
I was really unaware of all the other classes although I suspected the L class also.
Yes I know about the G class and according to pics on here the Gunhilde didn't have the elevation yet.
It's a lot off searching again but fun to do.

Best regards

Leon

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