The newly established category one Virgin Islands Shipping Registry (VISR) continues to make strides with the registration of vessels, including those operating and based in the British Virgin Islands.
Members of the West End boating and yachting community were encouraged to practice greater maritime safety during a public outreach meeting and mini exposition held at the West End Community Centre on February 18.
The Virgin Islands Shipping Registry is inviting mariners and boat operators, especially those who are based in the West End community, to a public meeting and informational session on Thursday, February 18.
The Virgin Islands Shipping Registry (VISR) has embarked upon a maritime safety educational campaign to sensitise the Virgin Islands community on its responsibilities and functions within the Territory.
Business Development Manager of the Virgin Islands Shipping Registry (VISR) London Office, Mr. Gerard Kenny is pictured here as he represented the British Virgin Islands at the London Boat Show taking place from January 8 to January 17.
This is a historic occasion as the Government of the Virgin Islands, through the Virgin Islands Shipping Registry as its key maritime administration arm, continues to move forward with purposeful resolve to make this area of our economy stronger and more vibrant.
Acting Director of Shipping in the Virgin Islands Shipping Registry, Captain Raman Bala AFNI is pictured here during the recently held public meeting for persons with interests in maritime affairs. He was addressing queries raised on the effects of the Maritime Labour Convention 2006 on BVI mariners, yacht owners and other stakeholders.