Article in Seatrade Review Magazine

We are delighted to announce that Seatrade Review Magazine have covered our recently introduced Vessel Inspection Scheme that was announced on 14th December 2018, in their latest issue. St Kitts & Nevis International Ship Registry re-confirms its #CommitmentToQuality and #SettingTheRightCourse. You can read the article here:

Vessel Inspection Scheme

Annual Inspections in 2019 With effect of 01 January 2019, St Kitts & Nevis registered ships which meet the stipulated criteria will be subject to an annual flag state inspection. The stipulated criteria will be: Vessels of 30 years and over and trading within Paris Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) Vessels which have been detained within…

Enhanced Inspection Measures Announced

Inspection Measures Announced The Ship Registry wish to announce that enhanced inspection measures have been implemented to enhance the performance of St. Kitts & Nevis ships which use a non-IACS Class Society for statutory certification and which call at ports in the UAE. Full details of the inspection measures implemented can be found in Maritime Circular…

Seatrade Middle East Maritime Exhibition

St Kitts & Nevis International Ship Registry to continue its participation at Seatrade Middle East Maritime Exhibition We are pleased to inform you that the Ship Registry is continuing its participation at the Seatrade Middle East Maritime Exhibition to be held in Dubai between 29th-31st October 2018. In attendance at our booth will be the…

APPOINTMENT OF MARITIME REGISTRARS

We are delighted to announce 3 additions to our core network of Maritime Registrars. The 3 additions are: ANCHORSHIPS OFFSHORE SAL – Ghazir, Lebanon INTERNATIONAL MARITIME BUREAU LTD – Istanbul, Turkey S.C MARITIME SURVEY S.R.L – Constanta, Romania ANCHORSHIPS OFFSHORE SAL Anchorships Offshore SAL was established in 2013 under the Lebanese law. Within the last…

INTERIM GUIDELINES FOR THE HARMONIZED DISPLAY OF NAVIGATION INFORMATION RECEIVED VIA COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT

The International Maritime Organisation (IMO), through its Maritime Safety Committee, have released INTERIM GUIDELINES FOR THE HARMONIZED DISPLAY OF NAVIGATION INFORMATION RECEIVED VIA COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT such as ECDIS, Radar and Integrated Navigation System (INS). The contents of this interim guidelines should be noted by Ship Managers and Ship Operators of St Kitts & Nevis registered…