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Cayman Islands Shipping Registry

The Cayman Islands Registry is a proud member of the Red Ensign Group with category 1 status.  The Registry can register vessels of all types and sizes and continues to focus on maintaining the highest industry standards.

With its head office in the Cayman Islands and branch offices in Southampton, UK and Singapore, the Cayman Registry provides a dynamic environment supporting its clients to achieve their goals.  At the same time, the Registry promotes compliance with international maritime conventions concerning maritime safety and security, environmental protection, and the welfare of seafarers.

The Registry provides a round-the-clock service to its clients via a global network of highly experienced personnel.  Services offered include: vessel registration options including full, interim, provisional, under construction, and demise charter (bareboat), and the registration of associated mortgages; vessel plan approval; construction supervision; and crew compliance.

In addition, the Registry benefits from the activities of an international Shipowners’ Advisory Council, a national Maritime Sector Consultative Committee of leading maritime service providers, and IMO participation through the UK, and a consultative committee of leading industry professionals.

Opening its doors in 1903, the Cayman Islands Registry is proud to be celebrating its 120-year anniversary.  Throughout their history, their purpose has remained the same; to provide their clients with a premium quality service and add value for their clients and partners in the maritime industry.

The Cayman Registry will continue to adapt to global changes within the maritime industry whilst providing products and services of the highest quality to its clients.

With Cayman Registry, clients enjoy the highest standard of service, expertise and efficiency.


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