Singapore Regulations from ChartCo

Monday, June 29, 2009

ChartCo Ltd, provider of electronic data direct to ships at sea, has added the Singapore Flag State Regulations to its RegsManager product.  The regulations have full equivalence to the paper product and subscribers get access on-line and via CDROM.  The addition of Singapore follows close on the heels of Gibraltar and brings the number of states now available to 10.

The service provides the user access to local maritime legislation and the Singapore Maritime and Port Authority’s notices. In common with all RegsManager products, it also links directly to relevant International conventions such as SOLAS, MARPOL and STCW.

(www.chartco.com)

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