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This directory aims to provide a wide range of links to sites of interest to the maritime community in the field of ship registry services. 

  • Liberian Ship Registry   The Liberian Registry is open to any ship owner in the world. In order to enter the Liberian registry a vessel must be less than 20 years of age and must meet high safety standards.
  • Gibraltar Ship Register   The Gibraltar Ship Register has now reopened for business as a Category 1 Red Ensign Group Register. Category 1 is the highest status that can be accorded to a ship register within the Red Ensign Group of U.K. and U.K. dependency registers. Gibraltar now joins Bermuda, Cayman Islands and the Isle of Man in this premier league of Red Ensign Group registers.
  • Mongolia Ship Registry Mongolia Ship Registry handles all types of vessel registrations, mortgage recordation, crew documentation.
  • Malta Maritime Authority The Malta Maritime Authority is committed to the attainment of its set objectives, and to the continuing evolution of Malta as a major Maritime Centre.
  • PANAMA MARITIME AUTHORITY  You may find information about registration, licensing and other maritime information in Panama.
  • Saint Vincent and the Grenadines     Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, member of the IMO, since 1980, is also a member of the Baltic Exchange. Saint Vincent and the Grenadines ranks among the top 15 leading fleets of the world. The fleet is composed of dry cargo vessels, bulk carriers, container ships, tankers, yachts, tugs, drilling platforms, liners, passenger ships, etc.
  • Antigua and Barbuda   The state of Antigua and Barbuda is located in the Eastern Caribbean and is comprised of three main islands with a total land area of 170 square miles and 71.000 inhabitants. The National Maritime Authority is the Department of Marine Services and Merchant Shipping (ADOMS) with its principal office in St.John´s which maintains an international ships register.
  • Cayman Islands Shipping Registry  The original Cayman Islands Shipping Registry CISR maritime administration structure, which is the main forerunner to MACI, was first set-up in 1903 when George Town was established as a British Port of Registry. Vessels of any size or type ( international fishing vessels are not accepted ) may be registered in Cayman provided that they qualify. There are no age limits on qualified vessels, however An ongoing target of Cayman is to keep the overage age of its fleet at less than 15 years.

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