Leading Italian yacht and superyacht marina, Porto Romano, has announced that it is now able to offer 10% VAT on their yacht seasonal berths and moorings.
Last year the Italian government announced the drop in tax for any marina classed as a “marina resort” from the standard 22% to 10%. Based near to Italy’s capital city Rome, Porto Romano is now one of the first marinas in the region to be able to offer this new VAT rate.
Federico Bulleri of Porto Romano commented, “As provided by a new Italian government act and thanks to our structural eligibility, we are the first to apply the ‘Marina Resort’ contract enabling a 10% VAT on seasonal moorings. All superyachts and boats can now contact us in order to book their stay with only a 10% VAT rate, allowing us to offer a lower price for our customers.”
Porto Romano is located between the Pontine and the Tuscany islands, offering a quieter and peaceful setting for visitors, while still being in close proximity to Rome and other nearby attractions. The marina itself covers 30,000 square metres, offering 150 inner berths for yachts up to 35m, as well as an outer dock for larger yachts.
For more information, visit Porto Romano.