Flag State Summary - Bahamas
The Bahamas Maritime Authority
PO Box N4679
Tel.: +1 242 394 3024
Fax.: +1 242 394 3014
Certification procedure is explained in the BMA Information Bulletin No 112Contact Details in respect of Bunkers Convention certificationThe Bahamas Maritime Authority
120 Old Broad Street
Tel. +44 20 7562 1300
Fax. +44 20 7614 0650The Bahamas Maritime Authority
231 East 46th Street
New York 10017
Tel. +1 212 829 0221
Fax. +1 212 829 0356The Bahamas Maritime Authority
PO Box N4679
Tel. +1 242 394 3024
Fax. +1 242 394 3014OUT OF HOURS EMERGENCY NUMBER: +44 7977 471220
Global Email addresses:
- Registration Enquiries: email@example.com
- Technical Enquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Financial Enquiries: email@example.com
- Enquiries to the Nassau office: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Enquiries to the New York office: email@example.com
No announcement has been made to date regarding the issuance of certification for ships registered with a Flag State not party to the Bunkers Convention.
Recommended to use the London office for certificates.Fee
: USD 150 + courier expensesLast updated: 20th April 2009
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