The expanded and fully updated second edition include detailed coverage of additional flag states; an examination of the implications of the ISM and ISPS Codes and the requirements of the Large Yacht Code as they relate to ship registration; a new introductory chapter describing the legal and practical requirements of ship registration; and a fresh analysis of the status and usage of national and open registries in current practice.
Chapter 1. The Legal Concept of Ship Registration Chapter 2. The Legal Requirements of Ship Registration Chapter 3. International Registers Chapter 4. Bareboat Charter Registration Chapter 5. Factors Influencing Choice of Flag Chapter 6. Bahamas Chapter 7. Barbados Chapter 8. Belize Chapter 9. Bermuda Chapter 10. Cayman Islands Chapter 11. Cyprus Chapter 12. Gibraltar Chapter 13. Hong Kong Chapter 14. Isle of Man Chapter 15. Jamaica Chapter 16. Liberia Chapter 17. Luxembourg Chapter 18. Madeira Chapter 19. Malta Chapter 20. Marshall Islands Chapter 21. Norway (NIS) Chapter 22. Panama Chapter 23. Singapore Chapter 24. St Vincent and the Grenadines Chapter 25. United Kingdom Chapter 26. Vanuatu
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