More details emerge on Turkish charter crisis

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As reported yesterday, Turkey appears to be prepared to ban foreign-flagged boats from operating as charter vessels in Turkish waters for the 2019 season. IBI has learned additional details from local sources about the sudden shift of policy, including a yacht charter firm active in the country for many years.

Charter companies in Turkey are preparing to cancel 2019 bookings and many are expected to close down altogether

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