Founded in 2002, Maritime Management is a leading supplier of services to the international maritime and shipping industry in Ireland, particularly those companies who are looking at Ireland as a base for their maritime operations. Three distinct service lines are defined:
- Ship Management
- Maritime Consultancy
- Marine Surveying
Maritime Management is the largest ship management company in Ireland and is owned jointly by its directors and by UCD (University College Dublin) Industrial Development Programme.
Ireland offers many attractions to ship owners and operators and we aim to facilitate these owners and operators in exploiting the advantages of the Irish shipping scene. The Irish flag is appealing because of its neutrality, its excellent reputation, its “white list” presence, its English language and its membership of the EU and the “Euro” zone. Irish maritime law is to a great extent based on British law. Read more on this »
The Irish tonnage tax scheme is very attractive. The scheme is particularly interesting because of the large number of double-taxation agreements the Irish government has with other countries, it is “flag blind” (in other words a ship does not need to be Irish flag to qualify under the scheme, although this will be seen as a positive point in its favour) and there is no training requirement within the scheme. Read more on this »
Our team includes experienced ship managers,
ship’s captains, naval architects, marine
engineers, surveyors, superintendents, shipbrokers, business
analysts, finance and taxation specialists,
insurance and P&I specialists, crew and
personnel specialists, etc. If we do not have
the specialisation in-house, then we know where
to go and whom to ask!
The staff have experience covering such areas as chemical tankers, product tankers, VLCCs, LPG and LNG carriers, bulk carriers, cruise ships, container ships, RoPax, RoRo and fast ferries, seismic support vessels, ocean exploration vessels, offshore supply and support vessels, fishing vessels, mega-yachts and extensive knowledge of the offshore oil and gas industry.