The Spanish cruising permit for the 44m motor yacht APACHE II has recently been renewed, meaning that she can now be chartered in Spanish waters during summer 2014 with no VAT on charter fees or fuel.
The news follows confirmation in October from the Treasury Commission of the Spanish Congress that the Matriculation Tax that was introduced for luxury charter yachts several years will now be eliminated. This is not only great for the tourism industry in Spain but also for the many luxury charter yachts cruising in the region throughout the year.
Built in 2009 by Baglietto, charter yacht APACHE II offers accommodation for up to 12 guests in five staterooms and can host 100 guests while at port, perfect for both private and corporate charters. She boasts luxury and comfort throughout, from her 18m sundeck to her sleek, modern living areas as well as offering high performance with speeds of up to 29 knots.
Charter clients looking to book a Mediterranean luxury yacht charter in Spain will still need to obtain a charter permit and Matriculation Tax exemption certificate in order to cruise in the region. For more information contact your preferred yacht charter broker.
she can now be chartered in Spanish waters during summer 2014 with no VAT on charter fees or fuel