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Cayman Retains USCG Qualship 21 Status

The United States Coast Guard (USCG) has again recognized MACI for their excellent Port State Control record and listed them as one of the few qualifying Flag Administrations eligible for the prestigious Qualship 21.

Qualship 21 is the USCG’s matrix system of extending recognition to "…

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NOTICE – MACI Online Services Temporarily Interrupted

As part of our ongoing commitment to provide quality service to our valued clients, please be advised that there is a scheduled maintenance period on Saturday, 16th June between the hours of 12:00 PM (17:00 GMT) and 6:00 PM (23:00 GMT) and the following online services will be unavailable…

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Scholarship Could Lead to Dynamic Career

George Town, Grand Cayman — Cayman has a rich maritime history – boat building, seafaring, serving in the merchant marine and in various navies, even in times of conflict. The island’s many dedicated and respected seafarers are mostly all the older generation now, with stories of adventures on…

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Low Risk Ships

The Cayman Islands, spearheaded by the Maritime Authority, successfully underwent an audit under the Voluntary International Maritime Organization (IMO) Member State Audit Scheme (VIMSAS) in June 2011. The audit, which is conducted by a number of specialist IMO appointed auditors, assesses the…

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New Tonnage Fee Structure

The Maritime Authority of the Cayman Islands (MACI) is introducing a new Annual Tonnage Fee (ATF) structure, which will come into effect on the 1 January, 2012. In a bid to remain competitive in an increasingly competitive market, MACI has carried out a detailed investigation of its current ATF…

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Close for Annual Retreat

GEORGE TOWN, Grand Cayman -- The Headquarters of Cayman Maritime, parent organisation of the Cayman Registry, will be closed Friday, 12 August, to facilitate an annual retreat for its Cayman-based employees as well as staff members and representatives who will be in attendance from overseas…

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CISR Launches CIRIS and LAP Exam

GEORGE TOWN, Grand Cayman – As part of its efforts to develop new products for the assistance of its clients, Cayman Maritime has just launched the Laws and Administrative Procedures (LAP) Examination System.  LAP is part of a broader state-of-the-art technology platform known as the “Cayman…

As a quality driven organisation it is imperative for us to strive for a high level of standards
Global Standard Achieved

As a quality driven organisation‚ it‘s imperative for us to strive for a high level of standards…

Mrs. Sian Pairaudeau, Head of Quality Systems

The Maritime Authority of the Cayman Islands (MACI) proudly announces the recent completion of the ISO 9001:…