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Removal from the Register

In the case where the Authority has reason to suspect that a registered ship is not entitled to be registered or that it would be inappropriate for the ship to remain on the register having regard

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  • To the relevant requirements of the Shipping Act in respect of –
    • The condition of the ship in respect of its safety or any risk of pollution ; and
    • The safety, health and welfare of persons employed or engaged on the ship or
  • To the interests of the Republic or international merchant shipping
  • Top registration requirements that have not been complied with
  • To the registration of any class or description of ships that is prohibited by regulations made by the Minister.

The Authority must serve a notice, with the reasons why, on the agent that it intends closing the register after the expiry period of 30 days.  During this period the agent can show good reasons why the register should not be closed.  Alternatively, the agent may consent to the register being closed.  If, after consideration, the Authority is still of the opinion that the ship’s registration is to be closed,  the Authority is to notify the Registrar in writing directing him/her to close the register.

De-registration (Deletion)

Reasons for the deregistering of a ship are as follows:

A registered vessel that

  • Ceases to be entitled to be registered
  • Is burnt or broken up
  • Is taken by an enemy
  • Is actually or constructively lost.

The owner/agent must, immediately after obtaining knowledge of the reason, give notice in writing to the Registrar.

Such notice should include

  • Letter requesting deletion & giving reason why the vessel is to be deleted with any supporting documentation attached.
  • A copy of the casualty report (if applicable)
  • The original Certificate of South African Registry
  • The applicable for the Deletion.

Reasons for deregistration of a ship are as follows:

A registered ship that

  • Is either actually or constructively lost
  • Is taken by an enemy
  • Is burnt or broken up
  • Ceases to be entitled to be registered

The owner of the ship must, immediately after obtaining knowledge of the reason, give notice in writing to the Registrar.
Such notice should include the following:

  • Letter requesting deletion, giving reason why vessel is to be deleted with any supporting documentation
  • A copy of the casualty report (if applicable)
  • The original Certificate of South African Registry

Once in receipt of the above the registrar will close the register and issue a deletion certificate.

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Request for Deletion

Maritime Emergency Number: 021-938-3300