288 - 02/03 - Regulations of Entry - Peru
We have been advised that Peruvian Harbour Masters’ Regulations require all ships, which are to enter or leave Peruvian territorial waters (within a 200-mile zone), are to notify the Maritime Authority of their position and intention of doing so.
Failure to report this information is sanctioned with a fine, the amount of which is based on the ship’s tonnage.
We have been advised that the Peruvian Maritime Authority has recently changed its contact details and only the new details should be used for the above procedure: -
Fax +51 1 4291547
Please can all Members ensure all vessels are made aware of the above regulation and new contact details.
Source of information:
Overseas Service Agency S.A
Tel +51 1 4429090
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