The Ligurian Sea is an arm of the Mediterranean Sea, between the Italian Riviera (Liguria and Tuscany) and the islands of Corsica and Elba. The sea is probably named after the ancient Ligures people.
The sea borders the countries Italy, France, and Monaco. In the east the sea borders the Tyrrhenian Sea, while in the west it borders the Mediterranian Sea proper. Genoa is the most prominent city in the area. The northwest coast is noted for its scenic beauty and favourable climate.
The Ligurian Sea is called "Mar Ligure" in Italian and "Mer Ligurienne" in French.
Boat owners / users (including foreign visiting yachts) will be
subjected to a daily tax for the duration of their stay within Italian
waters. This will come into effect on the 1st May 2012 and the proposed
tax per day is as follows:
- €5 - from 10,01m to 12m;
- €8 - 12,01m to 14m;
- €10 - 14,01m to 17m;
- €30 - 17,01m to 24m;
- €90 - 24,01 to 34m;
- €207 - 34,01m to 44m;
- €372 - 44,01m to 54m;
- €521 - 54,01m to 64m;
- €703 - above 64m.
At present this is only a Bill that is to be presented to the Italian Parliament and is not yet law.
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