Caribbean Cargo Ship Safety
The Code of Safety for Caribbean Cargo Ships (CCSS Code) was adopted by the Final Preparatory and Signatory Meeting on Port State Control for the Caribbean Region on February 5 – 9, 1996. On 29 January, 1997 the Caribbean Port State Control Committee adopted amendments to the CCSS Code.
The Code applies to sea-going Dominica ships of less than 500 gross tons but above 24m in length, engaged in voyages in the Caribbean Trading Area, with the exception of passenger ships, fishing vessels and pleasure craft. The provisions of this Code help facilitate the operation of vessels to which certain international conventions are not applicable and therefore should ensure a level of security for the ship and the crew.
DMRI has qualified surveyors available in the Caribbean region to conduct safety surveys in accordance with the code and can assist vessel owners with obtaining and maintain compliance. Registration of a vessel under the Code is simple and begins with a request for acceptance to the Registry. A quotation will be provided upon acceptance, and it is smooth sailing from there.
DMRI boasts comprehensive knowledge of registration and certification of all vessel types. We provide outstanding technical assistance, competitive registration fees and absolutely no hidden costs.
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