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Old 07-02-2020, 08:26   #1
nOv
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Maldives Government confirms to lift-off charges

Good day to you all and good news.

We were given the opportunity to deliver a presentation at the Conference held by Maldives Customs Services to study and act on declining of cruising yachts to Maldives.

The conference was taken part with all the government authorities including;
1- The President’s Office
2- Maldives Customs Services
3- Maldives Ports Limited
4- Ministry of Health - Port Health
5- Ministry of Transport - Transport Authority
6- Ministry of Tourism
7- Maldives Defence Force - Coast Guard Section
8- Department of Immigration
9- Maldives Integrated Tourism
10- Maldives Association of Yacht Agents

The Government of the Maldives has decided to lift-off and minimize all its charges.
In a continuous effort with the Authorities, it was brought to the focus of the government.

Below are the fees which would be reduced;
1- Tourism Ministry - Cruise and Harbour Fee
2- Customs - Inward and Outward charges
3- Customs - AIS device daily charge
4- Port Heath - Sanitary Certification charges

Authorities took action on 31st January 2020.

Changes would be announced on the Government Gazette within the month of February 2020.

Will update the reduced fees structure once available.

If you plan to stop-over in the Maldives and require useful information on procedures, formalities, guides, agency services and shore support, please feel free to inquire port costing and other assistance from the below;

Island Sailors Maldives
Email: port@islandsailors.com

If you may have any queries please leave a message and would be glad to provide any details.

Happy Sailing and Fair Winds.
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