The following Terms and Conditions cover access to and use of the information provided on our website and are between Moore Stephens Chartered Accountants S.A, a company registered in Greece under number 122042407000 whose registered office is at Akti Miaouli 93, Piraeus, Attiki (Provider) and the individual (User) agreeing to these terms. By logging on our website, the User accepts and agrees to abide by, without limitation or qualification, these Terms and Conditions.

Moore Maritime Index is an operating cost, statistical and analysis tool. We collect information submitted to us by various sources, analyse it and publish this analysis of operating costs for most types of vessels.


These terms and conditions constitute the terms of use on which a guest or a subscriber makes use of by visiting or logging into our website. The Provider will on and subject to the terms of this Agreement make available to the User access to the Service and grant to the User a non-exclusive, non-transferable, revocable, limited right to permit the User to access and use the information provided on our website. Use of our website includes accessing, browsing, or subscribing. By using our website, you confirm that you accept these terms and conditions and that you agree to comply with them.

  1. Permission on Use
    The User shall ensure that he/she shall:
    1. access and use the Service for the permitted purpose, namely for information purposes for User’s internal or external use, only and for no other purpose; and
    2. not access or use the Service
      1. for any unlawful or illegal purpose;
      2. in connection with any actual or potential dispute, claim, action or litigation;
      3. to enter into or conclude any trade or transaction; and/or
      4. in any other manner inconsistent with the express terms of this Agreement
  2. Attribution Requirement

    Should User uses all or part of the information provided on the website for external use, namely but not limited to in reports, presentations and analyses carried out by the User, and having first obtained the Provider’s written consent, it will include the text set out below on any report or communications created by it and it shall appear clearly and legibly on the covering page of the report or communication concerned. These requirements and the website are subject to change by the Provider from time to time.

    “Source: Moore Stephens Chartered Accountants S.A. (“Moore Greece”). © 2019 Moore Greece. All rights in and to Moore Greece, information and data (“Information”) are reserved to and owned by Moore Greece.

  3. Access or Use Restrictions

    The User shall not distribute, copy or carry out any acts which are restricted by the Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) in or to any part of the information provided on the website and shall not access or use the said information in a way that constitutes a breach of this Agreement, such as the provision of any service to third parties or the modification of the provided information. The User is not also allowed to disassemble all or any part of the said data, he/she shall not attempt to bypasss any technological protection contained to the information provided on the website and shall not intervene with the way the website and the data contained should work. Any attempt to acquire or extract part or all information from the Provider’s website by any means is forbidden.

  4. Access Block

    Should User or any of its authorised users uses the information provided on the website with a manner inconsistent with provisions of the present Terms and Conditions, the Provider shall block User’s access on the website without liability and without affecting the Provider’s rights.


The User agrees and acknowledges that all rights, including Intellectual Property Rights, in respect of the all the material and data provided on the website are reserved and owned by the Provider and that User acquires no right upon them except where stated otherwise in these Terms and Conditions. Should the User receives any claim or allegation in respect of these Terms and Conditions, it will promptly and immediately notify the Provider in writing before taking any action against this claim.


Data Protection Legislation means the General Data Protection Regulation “GDRP” (EU/2016/679) and all relevant applicable Greek legislation. The definitions of Data Controller, Data Processor, Data Subject and Personal Data have the meaning ascribed in GDPR. Both the Provider and the User will comply with the aforementioned Regulation and the relevant Greek legislation. Both agree that the Provider shall act as a Data Controller with regard to Personal Data received by the User and the lawful bases for the processing of the User’s Personal Data are the consent given by the User, the performance of a contract between the Provider and the User and the Provider’s legitimate interests. Please refer to the Provider’s Privacy Policy for a detailed analysis on the lawfulness of processing of the User’s Personal Data. The User will ensure that it is lawfully entitled to transfer to the Provider only the Personal Data required for the performance of this Agreement.


Both Parties acknowledge and agree to hold in confidence any information so called confidential, namely information disclosed by either Party to the other (Recipient) in the performance of and pursuant to this Agreement, which should be understood to be confidential by its nature or because of legends or other markings. The Parties also agree that they shall not disclose, unless there is a legal obligation, such information to any third party. The Parties agree that all information provided on Provider’s website shall be deemed as Provider’s Confidential Information and email addresses, names and phone numbers shall be deemed as User’s Confidential Information.


The User shall defend, indemnify and hold harmless the Provider against all claims, actions, proceedings, losses, damages, expenses and costs (including court costs and reasonable legal fees) arising out of or in connection with the User's and/or its authorised user’s

  1. use of or access to all data provided on the website;
  2. breach of any of the terms of this Agreement; and
  3. any unauthorised use of or access to the User’s Account.


The User agrees that the provision of all material and data on the website is solely for convenience and information purposes and does not constitute an advice of any kind. The User assumes full responsibility for any other use not indicated as above and the Provider, including its Directors and employees, excludes all liability and responsibility for any loss or damage that may result to the User or a third party.

The Provider provides access to the information on the website on an ‘as is’ and ‘as available’ basis and does not guarantee that downloads of information, documents or files from this website will be virus free, despite the use of antivirus software. Accordingly, the Provider do not accept responsibility for any damage or loss caused by any virus. User must not disclose its subscriber username or password to any third party. The Provider is entitled to amend, add and/or delete at any time deemed necessary any material or information provided on the website without prior notice.

Any fraudulent misrepresentation or fraud does not exclude the Provider’s liability.


Should any provision of the present Terms and Conditions is held invalid or unenforceable by any court or administrative body of competent jurisdiction, the other provisions shall remain in force and unaffected and the invalid or unenforceable provision will be deleted.


Any dispute or claim arising out of these Terms and Conditions shall be governed by the Greek law and the Parties agree to submit to the exclusive jurisdiction of the Greek Courts.