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Ship Radio Licences
There are two types of ship radio licences:
Provisional Radio Licence
Upon the application for the Provisional Radio Licence, the Merchant Shipping Directorate assigns the MMSI number which will accompany the provisional radio licence. The Merchant Shipping Directorate may issue the MMSI number and the Call Sign in advance, upon receipt of ten per cent of the initial vessel registration fees.
Permanent Radio Licence
For the application of a Permanent Radio Licence a new application would need to be completed.
The Radio licences are issued valid according to the validity date of the permanent Certificate of Malta Registry and will lapse on the same day of the Certificate of Malta Registry. The renewal of radio licence may be issued valid either for one, two or three years
STCW95 Certification Endorsement
STCW (Standards of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping) Endorsement Certificates
All officers serving on board ships going to sea and holding certificates of competence not issued by the Maltese administration must hold an endorsement attesting recognition by the Maltese administration of their certificate of competence.
An officer may be accepted to serve on board Maltese vessels without an endorsement certificate for a maximum of three months, provided that the initial application has been submitted to the Malta Shipping Registry. An acknowledgement confirming receipt of application is issued by the Authority and serves as proof of application for endorsement.
Recognised Classification Societies
A merchant vessel at the time and for the duration of its registration in Malta must be classed with a Classification Society authorised to issue statutory certificates on behalf of the government of Malta. The following is a list of the classification societies recognised by the Authority for Transport in Malta:
- American Bureau of Shipping (ABS)
- Bureau Veritas (BV)
- China Classification Society (CCS)
- Croatian Register of Shipping (CRS)
- Class NK (NK)
- Det Norske Veritas Germanischer Lloyd (DNVGL)
- Korean Register Of Shipping (KR)
- Lloyd’s Register of Shipping (LR)
- Polish Register of Shipping (PRS)
- Registro Italiano Navale (RINA)
- Russian Maritime Register of Shipping (RS)
- Hellenic Register of Shipping
Furthermore, for the time being, Maltese ships classed with and certified by any of the classification societies listed may continue to be so classed and certified. However, new requests for classification with any of these societies shall be treated on a case-by-case basis.
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