Barbados has authorised Recognised Organisations to carry out statutory certification and services for ships registered in Barbados and for Companies operating Barbadian ships.

Any request for clarification regarding the scope or extent of authority of a Recognised Organisation to represent or act on behalf of Barbados should be made directly to the Barbados Maritime Ship Registry at ops@barbadosmaritime.com

The current list of Recognised Organisations is shown below. Click on the logos to access their websites.

American Bureau of Shipping
Bulgarian Register of Shipping
Bureau Veritas
China Classification Society
ClassNK
DNV AS
Dromon Bureau of Shipping
Indian Register of Shipping
International Naval Surveys Bureau
International Register of Shipping
Korean Register of Shipping
Libero Hellenic Register
Lloyd's Register Group
National Shipping Adjusters
Overseas Marine Certification Services
PHOENIX Register of Shipping
Polish Register of Shipping
Registro Italiano Navale
Russian Maritime Register of Shipping
Türk Loydu
United Registration and Classification of Services

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