Cook Islands operates an open register for yachts via a network of Deputy Registrars around the world.
Maritime Cook Islands performs all Flag State duties for the Cook Islands government through an agreement with the Ministry of Transport.
As a yacht owner, you can easily qualify to register yachts through membership of Cook Islands Yacht Squadron (CIYS) or by establishing a Cook Islands International Company or by registering an existing Foreign Company on the Cook Islands International Companies Register.
Cook Islands requires that all ships that fly our flag comply with all of the relevant international maritime conventions but we do not impose any additional requirements beyond IMO Conventions and IACS Unified Interpretations.
Our yacht registration process is simple and efficient and can be completed with assistance of your nearest Deputy Registrar.
We issue Nairobi Wreck Removal Convention Certificates and Bunkers Convention Certificates to yachts registered in non-State parties with valid Blue Cards from an approved P&I Insurer. Our online application process is simple and efficient and is accessible from anywhere in the world, 24/7 over 365 days a year.
Hilda’s relationship with MCI started way back in 2006 – when she first helped a client register his yacht with the Cook Islands.
As time went on and as Hilda signed on more yachts – she was approached by MCI to be its Deputy Registrar.
We are at the Thailand Boat Show from 15-18th December 2016. Book an appointment with Hilda Loe to find out more about our yacht services.
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Maritime Cook Island is devoted to providing a world class open registry that offers a high standard of quality, safety and environment protection. With a world wide network of Deputy Registrars and technical staff, we ensure a professional, fast and efficient service in your time zone. There has been a steady growth in the fleet over the past two years.MORE ON OUR SERVICES
The Cook Islands has acceded to the Nairobi International Convention on the Removal of Wrecks, 2007 which entered into force on the 14th April 2015.
Registered owners of ships above 300GT will need insurance cover arrangements, which meet the requirements of the Convention. The Convention provides a strict liability, compensation and compulsory insurance regime for States affected by a maritime casualty. It makes the registered owner of a ship liable for locating, marking and removing a wreck deemed to be a hazard in a State’s Convention area.MORE ON NWRC CERTIFICATION
Maritime Cook Islands (MCI) is a Cook Islands-based company working internationally. In order to serve customer needs in your area and time zone, we have developed a reliable worldwide network of Deputy Registrars.
For ship registration queries, please contact the Deputy Registrar nearest you.Read More
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