Flag State Summary – United Kingdom
UK Ship Register
105 Commercial Road
Southampton SO15 1EG
Tel: +44 23 8032 9197
Fax: +44 23 8032 9447
Applicants are reminded by the Maritime & Coastguard Agency to ensure that the registered owning company's address is entered on applications and not those of managers or operators.
Email enquiries should be addressed to the specified bunkers email address firstname.lastname@example.org and not the general enquiries email.
UK MCA has issued a circular outlining that they are now receiving applications electronically for CLC and Bunkers Convention certificates this can be found herehttp://www.mcga.gov.uk/c4mca/ukr-home/ukr-bunkerclcs.htm
. The application form can be filled out online and then submitted by email (which can be done via the website electronic form).
The renewal deadline is 29th January 2010 for certificates for 20 February 2010.
The UK MCA are now receiving applications electronically for CLC and Bunkers Convention certificates. The application form can be completed online via the UK Ship Registry website:www.ukshipregister.co.uk
The completed application form can then be submitted by email via the ship registry website with an electronic blue card.
A copy of the MCA circular outlining the new process was circulated to the Pollution s-c on 30 November 2009.Contact Details in respect of Bunkers Convention certification
CLC Bunkers 2/13
Maritime and Coastguard Agency
105 Commercial Road
Telephone: +44 (0)23 80329110 (public enquiries)
Fax : +44 (0) 23 8032 9447
Contact person: Mr Richard Tong
Tel: +44 23 80 329202 (Direct)
Tel: +44 23 80329110 (public enquiries)
Fax: +44 2380329447
8th February 2010
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