Boat owners, mariners, participants and the wider community are being asked to exercise caution and adhere to all safety measures during the Poker Run festivities of May 26.
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Visitors, owners, managers, operators, skippers and masters of all vessels are asked to adhere to the flag system while visiting beaches throughout the Territory.
Owners of vessels deemed to be derelict and abandoned in the Territory are asked to contact the Receiver of Wrecks and provide information on the removal of these vessels from their present locations.
The Virgin Islands Shipping Registry (VISR) has made progress in the identification and marking of vessels for removal from the Territory.
Marine inspectors from the Virgin Islands Shipping Registry (VISR) attended the Caribbean Ship Inspector Training (CASIT) course in Trinidad and Tobago from October 29 through November 16.
Abandoned or derelict vessels will soon be removed and disposed of from the Territory.
The business of new ship buying and registration is expected to increase next year following the Virgin Islands Shipping Registry’s representation at the 59th Annual Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show.