Witherbys Flag State Regulations - Marshall Islands, 2018 (eBook - network)

Published Date

January 2018

Witherbys Flag State Regulations - Marshall Islands, 2018 (eBook - network)

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Witherbys Flag State Regulations are available for the Marshall Islands. The product consists of the regulations issued in the form of Merchant Marine Circulars and Marine Notices. Annual Subscription.

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The Marshall Islands flag State is regulated by the Marshall Islands Maritime & Corporate Administrators, with the support of International Registries Inc (IRI). Subject to certain requirements, the Marshall Islands considers documentation in an electronic format as being equivalent to carriage of paper documentation. Witherby Marshall Islands Flag State Regulations are updated throughout the year and contain all:

  • Marine Notices (MNs)

  • Marine Guidelines (MGs)

  • Marine Safety Advisories

  • Technical Circulars


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Title: Witherbys Flag State Regulations - Marshall Islands, 2018 (eBook - network)
Product Code: WS9008EB33
Published Date: January 2018

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