Navis Blog

  • 29th August 2019

Contractor FAQ – Reforms to IR35 in the Private Sector

What is IR35? IR35 is the more familiar term for the Intermediaries Legislation (originally introduced as part of the Finance Act in 2000).  It is tax legislation brought in to...

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  • 22nd February 2019

What does 2019 look like for the Maritime industry?

There are several changes happening in the Maritime industry within the next few years, including a cyber security clause and sulphur cap. So, what does this mean for the Maritime...

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  • 13th September 2018

Maritime UK Week

This week, 10th-16th September, is Maritime UK Week. Maritime UK Week was launched by Maritime UK with the intention of highlighting the work that the maritime sector does, its role...

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Seafarers awareness week

  • 27th June 2018

Seafarers Awareness Week – What does Navis Consulting do for seafarers?

This year Seafarers Awareness week is the 23rd–30th June, with the day of the Seafarer on Monday the 25th June. The Day of the Seafarer is a campaign by the...

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Women in shipping

  • 29th May 2018

What is being done to support women in the shipping industry?

The shipping market has seen a recent growth and the demand for qualified seafarers has never been greater. But what is being done to support and attract more women to...

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  • 1st May 2018

Why become an England and Wales certified Maritime Solicitor?

With an average salary of £60,000 for a newly qualified England and Wales certified Maritime Solicitor working in a law firm, there’s a lot to be said for a career...

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RO-RO Car Carrier

  • 16th April 2018

The impact of Brexit on the UK’s Roll-on Roll-off ports

As we approach the one year deadline for Brexit, Navis Consulting considers the implications of stricter border checks at UK ports. The UK government will be receiving pressure from a...

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Value of the Maritime industry

  • 25th January 2018

What is the value of the UK Maritime industry?

Maritime UK commissioned a study to estimate the value of the UK Maritime industry. This was conducted by the Centre for Economics and Business Research (Cebr). Did you know that:...

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Tonnage tax

  • 6th December 2017

UK economy and shipping industry benefit from Tonnage Tax

The Tonnage Tax (TT) regime was introduced to the UK in 2000 and has helped to increase the number of shipping companies based in the UK and has led to...

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Queen Elizabeth 2

  • 7th November 2017

The Queen Elizabeth 2 celebrates its 50th anniversary this year

The Cunard liner was launched on the 20th September 1967 at Clydebank, Scotland by Queen Elizabeth II. The retired ocean liner is 963ft long, with an original gross tonnage of...

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Interview in the Maritime industry

  • 27th September 2017

How to prepare for an interview for a position in the Maritime industry

Once you have been selected for an interview, you will need to conduct research to ensure you are fully prepared. Preparing for an interview can help you feel more focused...

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  • 21st September 2017

New technology needed for changing environmental regulations in the shipping industry

Environmental and shipping regulations are constantly changing, leaving ship owners and operators in a constant battle to keep up with new environmental regulations. Since the International Maritime Organisation announced a...

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