OFFICIAL GUIDE TO SHIP & YACHT REGISTRIES

Gibraltar

Shipowner Eligibility 

1. A ship is registerable if:
• A majority interest in the ship is owned by one or more qualified persons; or
• If it is to be bareboat registered, the ship is operated under a bareboat charter by a person who is a qualified person by virtue of subsection 3(b) whether or not a majority interest in the ship is owned by one or more qualified persons; and (c) where required a registered agent in Gibraltar is appointed.

2. For the purposes of this section, one or more persons shall be treated as owning a majority interest in a ship, if there is vested in that person or in those persons, taken together, the legal title to more than one half the shares or parts into which the property in a ship is divided for the purposes of registration, there being left out of account for this purpose, any share or part which is jointly owned by a person other than a qualified person.

3. The following individuals are qualified persons:
• British Citizens; British Dependent Territories citizens; British overseas citizens; persons who under the British Nationality Act 1981 are British subjects; persons who under the Hong Kong (British Nationality) Order 1986 are British Nationals (Overseas); citizens of the Republic of Ireland and such other relevant countries as may be prescribed;
• Nationals of another member State of the European Economic Community, or after the date on which the Agreement on the European Economic Area comes into effect, a State to which the Agreement applies and thereby enjoying a right of establishment in Gibraltar: Provided that where an individual otherwise qualified under this paragraph is not resident in Gibraltar he shall have appointed a representative person in Gibraltar.
• the following are also qualified persons: bodies corporate or legal entities incorporated, established or registered as the case may be under the laws of Gibraltar; or under the laws of another member State of the European Economic Community or, after the date on which the Agreement on the European Economic Area comes into effect, the laws of a State to which that Agreement applies, and thereby enjoying a right of establishment in Gibraltar, and either: having a place of business in Gibraltar; or having appointed a representative person in Gibraltar.
• A foreign maritime entity.

The Registered Agent who represents the ship and/or the Representative Person who represents the owner must be either an individual resident in Gibraltar and having a place of business in Gibraltar or a body corporate registered under the Laws of Gibraltar and having its place of business in Gibraltar.
The owner must also appoint an individual responsible, for the safe operation of the ship and to provide a link between the ship and the Maritime Administrator.

About the Flag

The Gibraltar Ship Registry (GSR) is a member of the Category I Red Ensign Group of the United Kingdom and United Kingdom dependency registers. The Category I Red Ensign Group now comprises the United Kingdom, Bermuda, Cayman Islands, Gibraltar, the British Virgin Islands and the Isle of Man. The GSR exists within the Gibraltar Maritime Administration (GMA). The GMA is headed by the Maritime Administrator, appointed by the Minister for Maritime Affairs.

The advantages of registering a ship in Gibraltar are many, not least fiscal: membership of the Red Ensign Group and the benefits that derive from Gibraltar's status as part of the European Union (EU). The GSR is also an EU Member States' Register and its vessels are entitled to full EU cabotage privileges.

The Register is open to all types of ships irrespective of size, with the exception of fishing vessels, ships propelled by nuclear power and ships not classed with one of the recognised Classification Societies.

Ships that are over twenty years old on the day of registration have additional requirements.
Pleasure yachts are handled by the entirely separate organization Gibraltar Yacht Registry Limited.

The administrative and clerical work of the commercial Registry is undertaken in Gibraltar by The Register of Ships which is a government department headed by a Maritime Administrator appointed by the United Kingdom.

The Gibraltar Merchant Shipping (Registration) Ordinance 1993 and the Gibraltar Merchant Shipping (Ship Registration) Regulations 1997 govern the Register. Gibraltar is an open registry. The Gibraltar Ship Registry continues to consolidate its position as a significant Red Ensign group registry for commercial vessels.

The clear objective for the Registry as set out by the Government of Gibraltar is quality over quantity and, as a result, long-term stability for the Register and the ships that operate under it have been favored over short term growth. In particular, the Registry is particularly concerned to keep the average age of the vessels on the Register as low as possible and is careful as to what vessels over 20 years it does in fact approve. This view is finding considerable acceptance especially amongst Northern European shipping groups and can only assist Gibraltar registered vessels in particular as to issues of Port State Control for example.

The GSR is internationally recognised as a quality Register by Port State Control (PSC) authorities (the GSR is on the Paris MoU ‘White List'), Banks and international Law firms.

The GSR has experienced significant growth in ship numbers and Gross Tonnage (GT) over the last ten years. This growth has been attributed to a number of factors, particularly the flexibility and professionalism of GSR staff, the support to ship operators by local ship representatives and the straightforward registration processes that are available.

Company Formation

Gibraltar companies are governed by the Companies Ordinance which substantially reenacts the Companies Act 1929 of the United Kingdom. The rule that a company cannot acquire its own shares applies in Gibraltar. In Gibraltar, there are three types of companies. A public limited company has over 50 shareholders and is regulated in the manner in which it can offer shares to the public. A private limited company is one with less than 50 shareholders. There are also companies limited by guarantee. Of the three types of companies, private limited companies account for 99% of the companies incorporated in Gibraltar. The number of directors the company may have is limited or set out by the Articles of Association and may be limited to one.

Companies not located within EU or EEA will have to be first registered as a Foreign Maritime Entity (FME) before they can have ships registered under their ownership or charter.

If the owners or the bareboat charterers do not have an office in Gibraltar, then they shall appoint a person or company in Gibraltar to represent them. This local representative should represent both the owners/ charterers (as the case may be) as well as the management (ISM) company. Lists of current representatives can be obtained by contacting the GSR.

The company must have a secretary and a registered office in Gibraltar, and the directors can be of any nationality and resident anywhere. Shareholders must enjoy legal personality including individuals, other companies, and trustees of trusts. Recent changes to the law permit sole shareholders where previously the statutory minimum was two. An annual general meeting of shareholders should be held.

Companies are formed by the filing of a Memorandum and Articles of Association duly subscribed by two subscribers, together with a declaration made under oath by a Gibraltar practicing lawyer (or in limited circumstances, an intended director of the company) stating the nominal capital of the company, the address of the registered office, the names and addresses of directors, and that the documents of incorporation comply with the Gibraltar Companies Ordinance. Gibraltar companies are required to file annual returns at the Companies Registry containing particulars of the share capital, the names of the registered shareholders on the register of members as at the date of the return, and the names and addresses of the directors. The directors must report and produce accounts to their shareholders annually although this may be waived by the shareholders. There are no exchange controls in Gibraltar, and a Gibraltar company may express its share capital in any currency except Swiss francs

Taxation

An Annual Tonnage Tax (ATT) is payable for all registered commercial vessels in advance before the first day of January of the year in respect of which it is due. Vessels registered between the 1st November and the 31st December pay the following year’s ATT in addition to the calculated ATT on the month of registration. The ATT is payable at the following rates:

Up to and including 50,000 GT £800 plus £0.07 per GT
From 50,001 GT up to and including 100,000 GT £800 plus £0.07 per GT up to and including 50,000 GT plus £0.04 per GT in excess 50,000.
100,001 GT or more
£800 plus £0.07 per GT up to and including 50,000 plus

£0.04 per GT from 50,001 to 100,000 plus

£0.02 per GT in excess of 100,000 subject to a maximum Annual Tonnage Tax payable in the sum of £9,000

Registration and Documentation

The following documents must be submitted to the Ship Registry in Gibraltar for registration of a vessel:
• Application to Register a Ship signed by a qualified person or representative person with the relevant authority as appropriate In the case of a body corporate, an Appointment of Authorized Officer
• Declaration of Eligibility
• Copies of Certificates of Good Standing and Certificate of Incorporation if the owner is a Body corporate
• Copy of a Registration for a Foreign Maritime Entity if the owner is a Foreign Maritime Entity
• Evidence of appointment of Registered Agent
• Evidence of Title (Bill of Sale or Builders Certificate)
• Declaration that the vessel is free from liens or alternatively the mortgagee’s consent to the application
• Tonnage Measurement Survey
• Copy of Application for the allotment of International Code Signal Letters (actual application should be sent to the Gibraltar Regulatory Authority)
• Confirmation that the proposed name has been approved
• Confirmation of Class Certificate for an existing vessel or a Certificate of Seaworthiness of Interim Certificate of Class for a new vessel
• Proof of liability insurance by a member of the International Group of P&I Clubs, including cover for default of owner’s repatriation obligations
• Proof of insurance cover for oil and other pollution
• Transcript of Closed Register or Deletion Certificate from previous register if applicable

Originals of the above documents are required for registration and it is preferred that they be notarized. No legalization is necessary. Provisional registration is allowed while a vessel is at sea. In those cases, a provisional Certificate of Registry will be issued, pending the permanent registration of the vessel. A Certificate of Provisional Registration will be valid for three months or until the ship is fully registered whichever first occurs. A Certificate of Full Registration will be valid for a maximum period of 1 year from the date of registration. Registration will cease on disqualification of the registered owner (e.g. loss of British nationality).
Registration materials are available from the Gibraltar registry website.

Bareboat Charter Registration

Bareboat charter registration into the flag is allowed for a period of two years. A ship may be entered in the Bareboat Charter Registry if it is operated by qualified persons under a bareboat charter who are themselves entitled to register the ship in Gibraltar. The bareboat charterer will be required to appoint a Gibraltar resident agent if he is resident outside the territory. In addition, the applicant must undertake that, during the term of the Bareboat Registration Certificate, the vessel will not fly the flag of any other registry nor show as its home port any port other than Gibraltar. Originals of the following documents should be submitted to the Registry in Gibraltar for bareboat charter registration:
• Application to Bareboat Register a Ship signed by a qualified person or representative person with the relevant authority as appropriate In the case of a body corporate, an Appointment of Authorized Officer
• Copy of the Bareboat Charter-party
• Confirmation from the existing flag that bareboat registration is permitted under the law of that flag
• Declaration of Eligibility of the Charterer
• Copies of Certificates of Good Standing and Certificate of Incorporation if the Charterer is a Body corporate
• Copy of a Registration as a Foreign Maritime Entity if the Charterer is a Foreign Maritime Entity
• Evidence of appointment of Registered Agent
• Declaration that the vessel is free from liens or alternatively the mortgagee’s consent to the application
• Tonnage Measurement Survey
• Copy of Application for the allotment of International Code Signal Letters (actual application should be sent to the Gibraltar Regulatory Authority)
• Confirmation that the proposed name has been approved
• Confirmation of Class Certificate for an existing vessel or a Certificate of Seaworthiness of Interim Certificate of Class for a new vessel
• Proof of liability insurance by a member of the International Group of P&I Clubs, including cover for default of Charterer’s repatriation obligations
• Proof of insurance cover for oil and other pollution. A ship registered in Gibraltar may be the subject of a bareboat charter entered in a bareboat registry other than that of Gibraltar subject to the consent of mortgagees entered on the Gibraltar register. A Certificate of Bareboat Registration will be valid for a maximum period of two years. Registration will cease on disqualification of the Charterer (e.g. loss of British nationality).

Bareboat charter registration materials are available from the Gibraltar registry website.

Vessel and Yacht Eligibility & Survey Requirements

The following classes of ships shall not be registered in Gibraltar:
• Yachts used solely for pleasure (i.e. non-commercial) uses - These may be registered with the Yacht Registry
• Ships provided with a nuclear reactor;
• Fishing boats;
• Ships which are not classed by an accepted Classification Society;
• Any ship which is specified as a prohibited ship by the Minister by notice published in the Gazette. Ships whose first construction occurred more than 20 years before the commencement of the year in which application for registration is made require the consent of the Minister or any person to whom the Minister has delegated his powers.

Ships registered in Gibraltar must meet the applicable requirements of the International Conventions and Codes of Practice concerning maritime safety and pollution prevention which have been extended to Gibraltar by the United Kingdom’s Secretary of State for Transport. It will therefore be a part of the flagging in procedure that the ship will be surveyed and issued with trading certificates according to the following procedure. In the case of a passenger ship trading internationally the ship will be surveyed and issued with a passenger and safety certificate by the Gibraltar Maritime Administrator.
In the case of a cargo ship, the Classification Society will deal with the survey and issue of the Load Line Certificate and the Cargo Ship Safety Construction Certificate. Any exemption required from the rules or regulations will be referred by the Classification Society to the Maritime Administrator for a decision. The stability approval of all specified ships will normally be undertaken by the Maritime Administrator except in the following cases where the Classification Societies may do so:
• Oil tankers over 100 meters in length
• Bulk carriers or ore carriers over 150 meters in length
• Single deck bulk carriers over 100 meters in length but not exceeding 150 meters in length
• Single deck dry cargo ships over 100 meters in length
• Purpose built container ships over 125 meters in length

In the case of the Cargo Ship Safety Construction Certificates the Maritime Administrator will approve the structural fire protection arrangements and the means of escape and the surveyor appointed by the Maritime Administrator will issue a Partial Declaration to the Classification Society concerned to enable it to issue the Cargo Ship Safety Construction Certificate. There are two other safety certificates required to be carried by a cargo ship, these are the Cargo Ship Safety Equipment Certificate and the Cargo Ship Safety Radio Certificate. The survey for both of these certificates will be undertaken by the Maritime Administrator or surveyors appointed by him.

Surveys for the issue of the International Oil Pollution Prevention Certificate will be undertaken by the Maritime Administrator or surveyors nominated by him and the Maritime Administrator will issue the appropriate certificates. Where “competent authority” approval is required as specified in the International Maritime Dangerous Goods Code (IMDG Code) this will be undertaken by the UK Department of Transport’s Marine Safety Agency on behalf of the Government of Gibraltar.
Plan approval, initial, intermediate and renewal surveys associated with certificates of fitness for compliance with the International Bulk Chemical Code and the International Gas Carrier Code made mandatory under Chapter VII of SOLAS will be carried out by the UK Marine Safety Agency on behalf of the Government of Gibraltar. The Maritime Administrator will undertake the plan approval and surveys associated with the requirements of ILO standards and crew accommodation applicable to Red Ensign Ships. No certificate is required and compliance will be notified by letter. Any exemptions and requirements will be for the Maritime Administrator to consider. Only equipment approved by a recognized competent authority or certified by sources recognized by the UK Department of Transport will be acceptable for use onboard Gibraltar registered ships.

The Classification Societies will undertake the work associated with Tonnage Measurement of ships and will also provide the Maritime Administrator with the Certificate of Survey in connection with ship registration procedures. The approval of grain stowage arrangements will be the responsibility of the Maritime Administrator except in those cases where the stability information is approved by the Classification Societies when approval of grain stowage arrangements can also be undertaken by the Societies. Annual, intermediate and renewal surveys of Cargo Ship Safety Equipment Certificates will be carried out by Classification Society Surveyors appointed by the Maritime Administrator to act on his behalf, or by surveyors nominated by the Maritime Administrator. In the case of ships trading on the UK coast and where the owner so requests, cargo ship safety equipment annual intermediate and renewal surveys will be undertaken by nominated surveyors employed by the UK Marine Safety Agency. International Oil Pollution and Prevention annual and intermediate surveys may be carried out by Classification Society surveyors authorized by the Maritime Administrator or by surveyors nominated by the Maritime Administrator. Renewal surveys will be undertaken by surveyors appointed or nominated by the Maritime Administrator who will issue all IOPP Certificates. For ships trading on the UK Coast cargo ship safety radio certificate surveys will be undertaken by GEC-Marconi. The Maritime Administrator will issue the Cargo Ship Safety Radio Certificate. Where the Maritime Administrator appoints a Classification Society to carry out statutory work on his behalf, that society will, for this purpose only, use exclusive surveyors. The current list of approved Classification Societies for the purpose of the above are:
• Lloyds Register of Shipping
• The British Technical Committee of American Bureau of Shipping
• The British Committee of Bureau Veritas
• The British Committee of Det Norske Veritas
• The British Committee of Registro Italiano Navale

The Maritime Administrator or surveyors nominated by him will visit the ship at least once in every five years to survey its safety equipment and to conduct a general inspection to ensure that standards are being met. For ships trading on the UK coast such visits will, in general, be undertaken by nominated surveyors employed by the UK Marine Safety Agency. Such surveys will, where possible, coincide with statutory survey requirements of the ship to enable necessary certificates to be issued. Gibraltar is obliged to investigate accidents or incidents in accordance with the requirements of the International Conventions. Apart from the legal requirement, investigations into such occurrences will demonstrate the effective control and the importance that Gibraltar attaches to safety at sea and the good name of her Register. Legislation requires owners to report an accident or incident shortly after it occurs and to provide details so that an assessment can quickly be made of its seriousness. The Maritime Administrator will, whenever a surveyor or inspectors report is required, appoint a suitable surveyor or inspector, will receive his report and will deal with the follow up action.

In the case of ships flagging-in to Gibraltar from another register, early discussions between owners/managers and the Maritime Administrator is recommended, preferably before registration formalities are commenced. Copies of all Convention Certificates held by the ship should be forwarded to the Maritime Administrator together with any Exemption Certificates issued by the flag state from which the ship is leaving. The Maritime Administrator should also be provided with a copy of the ship’s General Arrangement drawing, the Fire and Safety Plan and Accommodation Arrangements. To help both owner and Maritime Administrator assess all aspects of the flagging-in process, the discussions referred to above would best be held on board the ship when a preliminary flagging-in survey could be undertaken to ensure smooth transfer to the Gibraltar flag and the reissuing of the trading certificates. In the case of a new building the Maritime Administrator will nominate a surveyor from his own staff or from the UK Marine Safety Agency or from another Maritime Administrator of the Red Ensign to deal with all plan approval work.

To deal with the day-to-day surveys required during the building process, the Maritime Administrator will appoint a Classification Society Surveyor who will also act as the focal point between the shipbuilder and the Maritime Administrator. All requests for surveys and certification must be made to the Maritime Administrator together with a substantial deposit of the estimated fee. Office time, travel time and survey time are charged on a hourly basis. Additional charges will be made for weekend work. When surveys are to be undertaken outside Gibraltar the surveyor’s travel and subsistence expenses will also be incurred by the owner/manager.

Crewing

Manning regulations, which follow the international conventions ratified by the United Kingdom, contain no requirements as to the nationality of officers and crew and disallow discrimination on the ground of nationality as between member States of the EU. Seamen on Gibraltar vessels are protected from agreements which subject wages to forfeitures or deprive them of rights of recovery thereof.

Gibraltar registered ships will be issued with a Safe Manning Document by the Maritime Administrator. All certificated officers listed on the Safe Manning Document must be holders of a UK Certificate of Competency or UK Certificate of Equivalent Competency.

Resources for current and prospective crew members can be found on the Gibraltar registry website.

Mortgages

The original executed mortgage is required for recording purposes and must be notarized if executed abroad. No nationality restrictions are in place in respect of potential mortgagees. Mortgages are registered at the same office as ship registrations. Subsequent mortgages are permitted, and the order of priority will depend on the date and time of execution and registration.

Fees

Ship Registration Fees Fee £
Application to register a ship (Full/Bareboat/Under Construction) 550
Application for provisional registration 450
Registration following provisional registration 350
Application for extension of provisional registration 200
Application for annual renewal of registration 110
Application for re-issue of certificate of bareboat registration 275
Transfer of registry 350
Application to change name of ship 350
Transfer of ownership 350
Recording / Discharge / Transfer of mortgage 200
Endorsement of counterpart of recorded mortgage 200
Application for issue/re-issue of Certificate of Permission 200
Issue of Certificate of Deletion 110
Issue of Duplicate Certificate 110
Restoration of registration 110
Transcript of register 110
Alteration of registered particulars 110
Inspection of register 50
Letter of Consent 50
Administration/office hourly fee (not involving Surveyors) 65
CLC / Bunker Certificate 65

Annual Tonnage Tax

An Annual Tonnage tax (ATT) shall be due and paid in respect of every ship registered under these regulations, other than a ship of less than 24 meters registered length or under 150 gross registered tons which is plying in the Port of Gibraltar and licensed by the port authority under the Port Act. The ATT shall be payable in advance before the first day of January of the year in respect of which it is due.

Up to and including 50,000 GT:
£800 plus £0.07 per GT.

From 50,001 GT up to and including 100,000 GT
£800 plus £0.07 per GT up to and including 50,000 GT plus £0.04 per GT in excess 50,000.

100,001 GT or more
£800 plus £0.07 per GT up to and including 50,000 plus £0.04 per GT from 50,001 to 100,000 plus £0.02 per GT in excess of 100,000 subject to a maximum Annual Tonnage Tax payable in the sum of £9,000.

Seafarer Certification Fees Fee £
Issue of Record of Sea Service (Discharge Book) 110
Gibraltar Endorsement for Master or Chief Engineer Officer 65
Gibraltar Endorsement for ONW/OEW 65
Gibraltar Endorsement for Chief Mate/Second Engineer Officer 65
Watch Rating/Ship’s Cook/Able Seaman Certificate/Dispensation 65
Tanker Endorsement (without Gibraltar Endorsement) 40
Tanker Endorsement (with Gibraltar Endorsement) 40
Tanker Familiarisation Certificate/Revalidation 40
Article of Agreement for Gibraltar-registered ship 20
Duplicate (re-issue) of endorsement 40
Boatmaster Examination (full) 70
Boatmasters Examination (if the exam is only on local knowledge) 50
Boatmaster Certificate 40
Marine Engine Operator Examination 65
Marine Engine Operator Certificate 40

Survey Division Fees Fee £
Issue of Safe Manning Document SMD (standard fee) 110
Issue of Exemption certificate 110
Issue of other Survey / Audit Certificates (e.g. SEC, ISM:SMC, ISSC) 110
Issue of Continuous Synopsis Record CSR 110
Certificate to operate government/local vessels 110
Surveyor’s Hourly Fee 65
Surveyor’s Hourly Fee - Survey (Normal Working Hours – 8 AM - 8 PM) 95
Surveyor’s Hourly Fee - Survey (Outside Normal Working Hours – 8:01 PM - 7:59 AM) 110

Survey Division Fees for a Surveyor Stationed Outside Gibraltar Fee £
Issue of Safe Manning Document SMD (standard fee) 150
Issue of Exemption certificate 150
Issue of other Survey / Audit Certificates (e.g. SEC, ISM:SMC, ISSC) 150
Issue of Continuous Synopsis Record (CSR) 150
Surveyor’s Hourly Fee 90
Surveyor’s Hourly Fee - Survey (Normal Working Hours – 8 AM - 8 PM) 130
Surveyor’s Hourly Fee - Survey (Outside Normal Working Hours – 8:01 PM - 7:59 AM) 150

Yacht Fees & Charges Fee £
Application for Registration of a pleasure yacht (Regulations 15 and 27) 225
Application for provisional registration (Regulations 15 and 21) 175
Registration following provisional registration (Regulations 15, 21 and 27) 100
Application for change of name of pleasure yacht (Regulation 14) 50
Application for annual renewal of Certificate of Registry including filing of Annual Statement of Particulars (Regulation 30) 25
Application for extension of provisional registration (Regulation 22) 50
Application for transfer of registry from or to a registry in a relevant country (Regulation 32) 225
Issue a Certificate of Deletion (Regulation 42) 25
Issue of a Duplicate Certificate (Regulation 48) 25
Transfer of ownership, including issue of new Certificate (Regulations 34 and 38) 75
Recording of a mortgage or related instrument and/or the Discharge thereof (Regulations 50, 51 and 52) 75
Endorsement of a counterpart of recorded mortgage or related instrument (Regulation 50(7)) 25
Transfer of Mortgage (Regulations 58 and 59) 75
Transcript of Register (Regulation 3) 25
Inspection of Register including Memorandum of Particulars (Regulations 3 and 50) 10
Registration of change of any registered particulars recorded in the Register (including new Certificate) (Regulations 5, 8 and 31) 25
Registration of Foreign Maritime Entity (Schedule 1) 150
Signal letters when not submitted on first registration (Regulation 3) 25
Restoration of registration (Regulation 18(7)) 50

Contact

Gibraltar Ship Registry
Ship inspection and casualty investigation services
Gibraltar Maritime Administration
Survey Division
Watergate House
2/8 Casemates Square
Gibraltar
GX11 1AA
Gibraltar (United Kingdom)

Phone
00350 200 46862
00350 56939000
Email
maritime.survey@gibraltar.gov.gi
Fax
00350 200 47770

Facilitation purposes
Offices of designated national authorities and international organizations for Facilitation purposes
Mr John Ghio
Captain of the Port / CEO (Acting)
Address
Gibraltar Port Authority
Windmill Hill
Gibraltar
Gibraltar
GX111AA
Gibraltar (United Kingdom)

Phone
00350 200 46254
Email
ceo@port.gov.gi

Stockholm Agreement 96
IMO Convention 48
* IMO amendments 91 
* IMO amendments 93
SOLAS Convention 74
SOLAS Protocol 78
SOLAS Protocol 88
LOAD LINES Convention 66
LOAD LINES Protocol 88
TONNAGE Convention 69
COLREG  Convention 72
CSC Convention 72
CSC amendments 93
SFV Protocol 93
STCW  Convention 78
STCW-F Convention 95
SAR  Convention 79
STP Agreement 71
STP Protocol 73
IMSO Convention 76
INMARSAT OA 76
INMARSAT amendments 94
INMARSAT amendments 98
IMSO amendments 2006
IMSO amendments 2008
FACILITATION Convention 65
MARPOL 73/78 (Annex I/II)
MARPOL 73/78 (Annex IV)
MARPOL 73/78 (Annex V)
MARPOL Protocol 97 (Annex VI)
London Convention 72
London Convention Protocol 96
INTERVENTION Convention 69
INTERVENTION Protocol 73
CLC Convention 69
CLC Protocol 76
CLC Protocol 92
FUND Convention 71
FUND Protocol 92
FUND Protocol 2003
NUCLEAR Convention 71
MARPOL 73/78 (Annex III)
PAL Protocol 76
PAL Protocol 90
PAL Protocol 02
LLMC Convention 76
LLMC Protocol 96
SUA Convention 2005
SUA Protocol 2005
SALVAGE Convention 89
OPRC  Convention 90
HNS Convention 96
OPRC/HNS 2000
BUNKERS CONVENTION 01
ANTI FOULING 01
BALLASTWATER 2004
NAIROBI WRC 2007
HONG KONG CONVENTION
HNS PROT 2010
Cape Town Agreement 2012
SUA Convention 88
SUA Protocol 88

IMO Conventions

Status of Conventions Gibraltar (Member of the Red Ensign group)

IMO Convention 48 x
SOLAS Convention 74 x
SOLAS Protocol 78 x
SOLAS Protocol 88 x
SOLAS Agreement 96 x
LOAD LINES Convention 66 x
LOAD LINES Protocol 88 x
TONNAGE Convention 69 x
COLREG Convention 72 x
CSC Convention 72 x
CSC amendments 93
SFV Protocol 93
Cape Town Agreement 2012
STCW Convention 78 x
STCW-F Convention 95
SAR Convention 79 x
STP Agreement 71 x
Space STP Protocol 73 x
IMSO Convention 76 x
INMARSAT OA 76 x
IMSO amendments 2006
IMSO amendments 2008
FACILITATION Convention 65 x
MARPOL 73/78 (Annex I/II) x
MARPOL 73/78 (Annex III) x
MARPOL 73/78 (Annex IV) x
MARPOL 73/78 (Annex V) x
MARPOL Protocol 97 (Annex VI) x
London Convention 72 x
London Convention Protocol 96 x
INTERVENTION Convention 69 x
INTERVENTION Protocol 73 x
CLC Convention 69 d
CLC Protocol 76 d
CLC Protocol 92 x
FUND Protocol 76 d
FUND Protocol 92 x
FUND Protocol 2003 x
NUCLEAR Convention 71
PAL Convention 74 d
PAL Protocol 76 d
PAL Protocol 90
PAL Protocol 02 x
LLMC Convention 76 d
LLMC Protocol 96 x
SUA Convention 88 x
SUA Protocol 88 x
SUA Convention 2005
SUA Protocol 2005
SALVAGE Convention 89 x
OPRC Convention 90 x
HNS Convention 96
HNS PROT 2010
OPRC/HNS 2000
BUNKERS CONVENTION 01 x
ANTI FOULING 2001 x
BALLASTWATER 2004
NAIROBI WRC 2007 x
HONG KONG CONVENTION

x: Accession/ratification
d: Denunciation

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