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  • GM International Services Limited, established since 1977, have been providing ship and yacht agency services throughout all these years. Years of experience have taught us to put our clients first and give them our undivided individual attention.

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  • Yachts must not anchor anywhere before first visiting the port of entry; otherwise there is a risk of being penalised. On approaching the Maltese Islands, contact is to be established with Valletta Port Control on VHF Channels 12 or 16 (24 hour watch)

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  • The Yachting Centres at Msida Creek and Mgarr Gozo are presently operated by the Yachting Centres Directorate of Transport Malta (the local authority). However plans are in the pipeline to privatise the berths in line with the governments’ privatisation policy.

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  • Yachts carrying cats or dogs on board and in possession of certificates and ear-chips are allowed to berth alongside after the animals have been inspected by the Health Department’s Vet. One may contact the Port Health Department on phone number +356 2122 4810 for further information.

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  • Yachts carrying cats or dogs on board and in possession of certificates and ear-chips are allowed to berth alongside after the animals have been inspected by the Health Department’s Vet. One may contact the Port Health Department on phone number +356 2122 4810 for further information.

    Read More >
  • Yachts carrying cats or dogs on board and in possession of certificates and ear-chips are allowed to berth alongside after the animals have been inspected by the Health Department’s Vet. One may contact the Port Health Department on phone number +356 2122 4810 for further information.

    Read More >
  • Yachts carrying cats or dogs on board and in possession of certificates and ear-chips are allowed to berth alongside after the animals have been inspected by the Health Department’s Vet. One may contact the Port Health Department on phone number +356 2122 4810 for further information.

    Read More >
  • Yachts carrying cats or dogs on board and in possession of certificates and ear-chips are allowed to berth alongside after the animals have been inspected by the Health Department’s Vet. One may contact the Port Health Department on phone number +356 2122 4810 for further information.

    Read More >
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Resources

  • View Updated Policy
  • GM International Services Limited, established since 1977, have been providing ship and yacht agency services throughout all these years. Years of experience have taught us to put our clients first and give them our undivided individual attention.

    Read More >
  • Yachts must not anchor anywhere before first visiting the port of entry; otherwise there is a risk of being penalised. On approaching the Maltese Islands, contact is to be established with Valletta Port Control on VHF Channels 12 or 16 (24 hour watch)

    Read More >
  • The Yachting Centres at Msida Creek and Mgarr Gozo are presently operated by the Yachting Centres Directorate of Transport Malta (the local authority). However plans are in the pipeline to privatise the berths in line with the governments’ privatisation policy.

    Read More >
  • Yachts carrying cats or dogs on board and in possession of certificates and ear-chips are allowed to berth alongside after the animals have been inspected by the Health Department’s Vet. One may contact the Port Health Department on phone number +356 2122 4810 for further information.

    Read More >
  • Yachts carrying cats or dogs on board and in possession of certificates and ear-chips are allowed to berth alongside after the animals have been inspected by the Health Department’s Vet. One may contact the Port Health Department on phone number +356 2122 4810 for further information.

    Read More >
  • Yachts carrying cats or dogs on board and in possession of certificates and ear-chips are allowed to berth alongside after the animals have been inspected by the Health Department’s Vet. One may contact the Port Health Department on phone number +356 2122 4810 for further information.

    Read More >
  • Yachts carrying cats or dogs on board and in possession of certificates and ear-chips are allowed to berth alongside after the animals have been inspected by the Health Department’s Vet. One may contact the Port Health Department on phone number +356 2122 4810 for further information.

    Read More >
  • Yachts carrying cats or dogs on board and in possession of certificates and ear-chips are allowed to berth alongside after the animals have been inspected by the Health Department’s Vet. One may contact the Port Health Department on phone number +356 2122 4810 for further information.

    Read More >
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