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Mariners

Shortly after its establishment, and having communicated the required information to the Secretary-General of IMO, the Comorian registry was recognized by the International Maritime Organization as a party to the International Convention on Standards of Training Certification and Watchkeeping for Seafarers (STCW) 1978, as amended, that gives full and complete effect to the relevant provisions for the Convention.

Since December 7 th , 2001 , when the Secretary general of IMO communicated to the Commissioner for Maritime Affairs that the Comorian registry had joined the White List of the STCW parties, this Flag Administration has been doing its utmost to ensure the effective and continuous implementation of the revised Convention's provisions, promoting safety of life at sea.

Applicants are kindly requested to submit the following documents for the issuance of endorsements of recognition of their certificates of competency under the provisions of the STCW 78/95 convention:

  • Original application form, duly completed and signed (click here)
  • Original or true certified copy of a valid STCW '95 certificate of officer issued by a “White List” administration
  • Officer's Medical fitness certificate issued during the last 12 months (maximum)
  • Four (4) colored passport photographs
  • Sample of the officer's signature in case the application form is not signed by him.
  • Copy of the officer's valid national passport.

Parties to the STCW

Parties to the International Convention on Standards of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping for Seafarers (STCW), 1978, as amended, confirmed by the Maritime Safety Committee to have communicated information which demonstrates that full and complete effect is given to the relevant provisions of the Convention.

Algeria

Greece

Philippines

Antigua and Barbuda

Honduras

Poland

Argentina

Hungary

Portugal

Australia

Iceland

Republic of Korea

Azerbaijan

India

Romania

Bahamas

Indonesia

Russian of Korea

Bahrain

Ireland

Russian Federation

Bangladesh

Islamic Republic of Iran

Saint Vincent and the Grenadines

Barbados

Italy

Samoa

Belgium

Israel

Senegal

Belize

Jamaica

Singapore

Brazil

Japan

Slovak Republic

Brunei Darussalam

Kiribati

Slovenia

Bulgaria

Kuwait

Solomon Islands

Canada

Latvia

South Africa

Cape Verde

Lebanon

Spain

Chile

Liberia

Sri Lanka

China

Lithuania

Sweden

Colombia

Luxemburg

Switzerland

Comoros

Madagascar

Syrian Arab Republic

Cote d'Ivoire

Malaysia

Thailand

CroATIA

Maldives

Trinidad & Tobago

Cuba

Malta

Tunisia

Cyprus

Marshall Islands

Turkey

Czech Republic

Mauritius

Tuvalu

Democratic People's Republic of Korea

Mexico

Ukraine

Denmark *

Micronesia (Federated States of)

United Arab Emirates

Dominica

Morocco

United Kingdom ***

Ecuador

Mozambique

United Republic of Tanzania

Egypt

Myanmar

United States

Estonia

Netherlands **

Uruguay

Ethiopia

New Zealand

Vanuatu

Fiji

Nigeria

Venezuela

Finland

Norway

Viet Nam

France

Pakistan

Yugoslavia

Georgia

Panama

China (Hong Kong SAR)****

Germany

Papua New Guinea

 

Chana

Peru

 

   

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