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Registration of merchant ships for 20 years or more, but less than 25 years, is subject to preliminary inspection by an authorized state inspector. The Directorate of the Merchant Marine (formerly the Maritime Administration of Malta) may require such an inspection in dry dock. When the Directorate of the Merchant Marine (formerly the Maritime Administration of Malta) authorizes an inspection during registration, only a non-operational pre-registration certificate will be issued. Vessels 15 years and older, but less than 20 years old, must be inspected by an official designated by the Merchant Marine Directorate (formerly the Maritime Administration of Malta). This can be done before the registration of the vessel at the expense of the owners or within one month from the preliminary registration of the vessel at the expense of the Merchant Marine Administration (formerly the Maritime Administration of Malta). In the first case, if the vessel is found in a non-standard state, it will not have the right to register. On the other hand, if the inspection is carried out after registration and is found unfit for registration, the vessel can be excluded without reimbursement of registration fees.

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Registration of trading ships of 20 years and over but less than 25 years is subject to a pre-registration inspection carried out by an authorised flag state inspector. The Merchant Shipping Directorate (formerly Malta Maritime Authority) may require such inspection to be carried out in drydock. When the Merchant Shipping Directorate (formerly Malta Maritime Authority) allows the inspection to be carried out on registration only a non-operational provisional certificate of registry will be issued.

Ships of 15 years and over but less than 20 years shall be inspected by an official appointed by the Merchant Shipping Directorate (formerly Malta Maritime Authority). This may be carried out prior to the vessel’s registration at owners’ expense or within one month of vessel’s provisional registration at the expense of the Merchant Shipping Directorate (formerly Malta Maritime Authority). In the former case, should the vessel be found in a sub-standard condition, she will not qualify for registration. On the other hand, if the inspection is carried out after registration and found to be unsuitable for registration, the vessel may be deleted without refund of registration fees.

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Registration of merchant ships for 20 years or more, but less than 25 years, is subject to preliminary inspection by an authorized state inspector. The Directorate of the Merchant Marine (formerly the Maritime Administration of Malta) may require such an inspection in dry dock. When the Directorate of the Merchant Marine (formerly the Maritime Administration of Malta) authorizes an inspection during registration, only a non-operational pre-registration certificate will be issued. Vessels 15 years and older, but less than 20 years old, must be inspected by an official designated by the Merchant Marine Directorate (formerly the Maritime Administration of Malta). This can be done before the registration of the vessel at the expense of the owners or within one month from the preliminary registration of the vessel at the expense of the Merchant Marine Administration (formerly the Maritime Administration of Malta). In the first case, if the vessel is found in a non-standard state, it will not have the right to register. On the other hand, if the inspection is carried out after registration and is found unfit for registration, the vessel can be excluded without reimbursement of registration fees.

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Registration of trading ships of 20 years and over but less than 25 years is subject to a pre-registration inspection carried out by an authorised flag state inspector. The Merchant Shipping Directorate (formerly Malta Maritime Authority) may require such inspection to be carried out in drydock. When the Merchant Shipping Directorate (formerly Malta Maritime Authority) allows the inspection to be carried out on registration only a non-operational provisional certificate of registry will be issued.

Ships of 15 years and over but less than 20 years shall be inspected by an official appointed by the Merchant Shipping Directorate (formerly Malta Maritime Authority). This may be carried out prior to the vessel’s registration at owners’ expense or within one month of vessel’s provisional registration at the expense of the Merchant Shipping Directorate (formerly Malta Maritime Authority). In the former case, should the vessel be found in a sub-standard condition, she will not qualify for registration. On the other hand, if the inspection is carried out after registration and found to be unsuitable for registration, the vessel may be deleted without refund of registration fees.

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