The Government of the Virgin Islands wishes to inform the public that the Virgin Islands Shipping Registry is functioning with its usual services from their location at the RGH Plaza in Road Town, Tortola.
The Virgin Islands’ advantage for ship registration will be emphasised at the 59th Annual Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show from October 31 through November 4.
The removal of abandoned or derelict vessels in the Territory will commence soon in West End.
The public is advised that a Light Detection and Ranging (LIDAR) survey will be carried out in the Territory beginning September 26.
A Light Detection and Ranging (LIDAR) survey will be carried out in the Territory from September 26.
The Government of the Virgin Islands has provided a photo album of all derelict vessels throughout the Territory and their locations to facilitate easy removal by their owners.
The rapid removal of abandoned or derelict vessels in the Territory will commence shortly following the passage of the Disaster Management (Amendment) Act 2018 in the House of Assembly on July 2.
The public, participants, boat owners, and mariners are advised to exercise caution and adhere to all safety measures during this year’s Poker Run on May 27.
Residents including participants, boat owners, and mariners are asked to exercise caution and adhere to all safety measure during the Poker Run festivities on May 27.
The Virgin Islands Shipping Registry has launched an online portal to receive applications for seafarer documents.