Our UK Ship Register Large Yacht Services Team is attending the Super Yacht Forum in Amsterdam later this month.
We’ve also partnered with our colleagues in the Red Ensign Group to sponsor and host a range of seminars in the forums Red Room covering topics such as crew welfare, the future of regulation and environmental challenges facing the industry.
From November 2019, the Maritime & Coastguard Agency (MCA) will be implementing the second stage of fee increases across the UK.
The phased increase in fees covers fees to survey a vessel and the seafarer medical examination fee.
The UK Ship Register has retained its US QUALSHIP 21 (Quality Shipping for the 21st Century) status, one of the world’s top standards, with fewer than one per cent of its flagged ships being detained in United States of America ports.
We’re delighted to be announcing the UK Ship Registers sponsorship of the UK Chamber of Shipping Annual Dinner next February.
The UK shipping industry is vital to the UK economy. It contributes over £14 billion annually, supports an estimated 86,000 jobs and transports 95% of the UK’s trade.
The UK Chamber’s Annual Dinner is the premier black-tie event in the shipping calendar and provides the opportunity to network with colleagues and celebrate its ongoing success. Last year’s event attracted over 800 guests from across the industry.
The team at the UK Ship register were delighted to present the innovation award to Shakespeare Marine at the Maritime UK Awards in Southampton on September 19.
The Maritime UK Awards are a brand-new set of awards which, unlike many before them, aim to celebrate businesses and organisations from the entire spectrum of the industry – from leisure to shipping, professional services to ports and engineering to advanced manufacturing.
The UK Ship Register (UKSR) - part of the Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA) is one of the best performing flags in the major Port State Control regimes. It has a reputation for maintaining the highest international standards.