ENDORSEMENTS OF OFFICERS CERTIFICATES FROM COMOROS FLAG ADMINISTRATION

ENDORSEMENTS  OF OFFICERS CERTIFICATES, REQUIREMENTS AND DOCUMENTATION
Comoros Maritime Administration  was recognized by the International Maritime Organization as a party to the International Convention on Standards of Training Certification and Watchkeeping for Seafarers (STCW) 1978, as amended, that gives full and complete effect to the relevant provisions for the Convention.
Since December 7th, 2001, when the Secretary general of IMO communicated to the Commissioner for Maritime Affairs that the Register of Comoros had joined the White List of the STCW parties, this Flag Administration has been doing its utmost to ensure the effective and continuous implementation of the revised Convention’s provisions, promoting safety of life at sea.
Applicants are kindly requested to submit the following documents for the issuance of endorsements of recognition of their certificates of competency under the provisions of the STCW 78/95 convention:
 
  • Duly filled out and signed application form.
  • Colored photo.
  • Travel Passport.
  • National COC & Endorsement (if applicable).
  • National GMDSS & Endorsement (if applicable).
  • Seaman's Book.
  • Designated Security Duties certificate (VI/6) or Ship Security Officer certificate (VI/5).
  • Medical Certificate.
  • Updated Crew List.
PARTIES TO THE STCW
Parties to the International Convention on Standards of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping for Seafarers (STCW), 1978, as amended, confirmed by the Maritime Safety Committee, have communicated information which demonstrates that full and complete effect is given to the relevant provisions of the Convention.
 
Algeria
Greece
Philippines
Antigua and Barbuda
Honduras
Poland
Argentina
Hungary
Portugal
Algeria
Greece
Philippines
Antigua and Barbuda
Honduras
Poland
Argentina
Hungary
Portugal
Australia
Iceland
Korea
Azerbaijan
India
Romania
Bahamas
Indonesia
DPR of  Korea
Bahrain
Ireland
Russian Federation
Bangladesh
Islamic Republic of Iran
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
Barbados
Italy
Samoa
Belgium
Israel
Senegal
Belize
Jamaica
Singapore
Brazil
Japan
Slovak Republic
Brunei Darussalam
Kiribati
Slovenia
Bulgaria
Kuwait
Solomon Islands
Canada
Latvia
South Africa
Cape Verde
Lebanon
Spain
Chile
Liberia
Sri Lanka            
China
Lithuania
Sweden
Colombia
Luxemburg
Switzerland
Comoros
Madagascar
Syrian Arab Republic Cote d’Ivoire
Malaysia
Thailand
Croatia
Maldives
Trinidad & Tobago
Cuba
Malta
Tunisia
Cyprus
Marshall Islands
Turkey
Czech Republic
Mauritius
Tuvalu
Democratic People’s Republic of Korea
Mexico
Ukraine
Denmark
Micronesia (Federated States of)
United Arab Emirates
Dominica
Morocco
United Kingdom
Ecuador
Mozambique
United Republic of Tanzania
Egypt
Myanmar
United States
Estonia
Netherlands
Uruguay
Ethiopia
New Zealand
Vanuatu
Fiji
Nigeria
Venezuela
Finland
Norway
Viet Nam
France
Pakistan
Yugoslavia
Georgia
Panama
China (Hong Kong SAR)
Germany
Papua New Guinea
Chana
Peru