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Controversial Sardinia Regional Yacht Tax Reduced For 2008

By doina — last modified May 31, 2008 02:22 PM

Published: 2008-05-31 14:22:41
Countries: Italy

The controversial yacht tax introduced in Sardinia in 2006 has been ruled illegal by the Italian court, but is still being collected in 2008. However, rates have been reduced in time for the 2008 summer season.

The tax applies to all private yachts over 14 m LOA that visit the island between June 1st and September 30th, and sailing yachts pay only 50% of these fees.

  • EUR 120 for yachts between 14 and 15,99 LOA
  • EUR 500 for yachts between 16 to 19,99 LOA
  • EUR 750 for yachts between 20 to 23,99 LOA
  • EUR 1.250 for yachts between 24 to 29,99 LOA
  • EUR 2.500 for yachts between 30 to 60 LOA
  • EUR 3.750 for yachts more than 60 LOA

The tax is applied per week (a 1 day stay equals 1 week) for a maximum of 5 weeks, after 5 weeks no more tax must be paid.

Payment is due within 24 hours of arrival via online payment on the Regione Sardinia website (major credit cards accepted) or via bank wire or local post office.

Home page of Regione Sardinia

Details of the new tax

Online payment page

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