Entry in the register of ships
A ship built at a Slovenian shipyard can be registered in the register at the Slovenian Maritime Administration upon the request of the ship owner.
The register is a public book composed of the registers of ships, boats and vessels. Each register is composed of the general ledger and the collection of documents.
The general ledger is composed of inserts.
An insert has:
- sheet A
Sheet A comprises data on the identity of the ship or the ship in construction as well as its basic technical features.
- sheet B
Sheet B comprises the name and permanent residence or company and head office of the ship owner or their limitations with regard to free disposal of the ship. The personal or company identification number of the owner is entered in sheet B.
- sheet C
Sheet C comprises material rights encumbered on the ship or its part, and related rights, the lease of the ship, shipping contract for the ship, pre-emptive right and other limitations of ship disposal.
The register can be managed as an electronic data collection.
After the entry of the ship in the register, the owner of the ship receives a Decision on the entry of the ship in the register.
- Document which proves the property right on a ship
- Extract from the court register or another document which proves that the owner is a Slovenian citizen or a Slovenian legal entity
- Decision on determining the name or mark for a ship and entry port
- Certificate of seaworthiness
- Document that determines the ship's call sign according to the International Code of Signals
- Documents that prove other information entered in sheet A in the register
- Certificate from the authority that manages the foreign ship register that the ship has been stricken off if it involves the transfer from the foreign ship register to the Slovenian register