Flag State Summary – Croatia
Ministry of the Sea, Transport and Infrastructure
Safety of Navigation, Maritime Environment and Inland Waters Protection Directorate
10 000 ZAGREB, Prisavlje 14,CROATIA
Telephone: +385 1 6169 380
Fax: +385 1 6169 069
Contact: Mr Stjepan Vuk
Head of Department for Safety of Navigation
TBAContact Details in respect of Bunkers Convention certification
Croatia has confirmed that they will not issue certificates to new builds in Croatian yards unless Croatian registered.Last updated:
20th May 2009
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