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I.      Agency Profile (About Us)
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     b. Seafarer Information System
     c. Ship Operator Information System
V.      Maritime Policies (Policies)
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Our Vision

        MARINA as a strong, dynamic, proactive, responsive, committed
        MARITIME ADMINISTRATION

         B. Our Mission


        In support of our Vision,


          LEAD in the adoption and implementation of a practicable and
            coordinated Maritime Industry Development Program that will provide
            effective supervisory and regulatory regime for an integrated
            Philippine maritime industry;

          FORMULATE and IMPLEMENT responsive policies that seek to
            promote and develop a competitive investment climate for the
            modernization and expansion of the Philippine merchant fleet and the
            shipbuilding/ship repair industry;

          DEVELOP a human resource program that will match the maritime
            industry requirements;

          PROJECT the country as a responsible member of the international
            maritime community and FOSTER support and confidence of our
            multilateral/bilateral partners; and

              PROMOTE good governance and ADHERE to the highest standard of
                integrity in the delivery of quality and timely service to its clientele
                through a dynamic organization complemented by a pool of
                competent, values-oriented and highly motivated civil servants.
C. Profile


The MARINA was created on 01 June 1974 with the issuance of PD          474
and started functioning as an agency attached to the office of           the
President (OP) on 29 August 1979 with the issuance of PD                761
mandating the agency to integrate the development, promotion            and
regulation of the country‘s maritime industry.


In1979, MARINA, pursuant to EO 546 dated 23 July of the same year,
was made an attached agency of the Ministry of Transportation and
Communications (MOTC) for policy and program coordination. The
succeeding years saw the development, evolution both in organization
and in function of MARINA as a government agency to actively address
the demand for reforms in the maritime industry and propel the industry to
national development and economic growth.


Thus, by virtue of EO 1011 issued on 20 March 1985, MARINA assumed
jurisdiction on the quasi-judicial functions of the Board of Transportation
(BOT) in the franchising and route fixing involving water transportation
services under the Public Service Act (PSA), as amended.


The Liner Traffic Regulations Office (LITRO), which was created in 1982
to implement EO 769 in fulfillment of the requirements of the United
Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) on the
conduct of liner conferences and deemed in operational in 1984, became
MARINA Secretariat (MARSEC) to perform the franchising functions of
the agency which in later years evolved into the Franchising Staff of the
MARINA.


On 30 January 1987, EO 125, as amended by EO 125-A on 13 April
1987, was issued reorganizing the DOTC defining agencies under its
umbrella and specifically transferring to MARINA certain functions of the
PCG such as the vessel registration, safety regulatory functions, issuance
of seaman‘s book and licensing of harbor bay and river pilots.


The year 1988 saw further expansion of the MARINA with the conversion
of its District Offices in Cebu and Zamboanga into regional offices and the
creation of four (4) additional regional offices in Batangas, Iloilo, Davao,
and Cagayan de Oro.


MARINA also assumed functions relative to the Endorsement of
Certificates and Rating‘s Certificates pursuant to the 1978 Convention, as
amended.


RA 9295 otherwise known as the Domestic Shipping Act 2004 marked
another milestone in the maritime industry. In brief, the Act aims to
promote the development of Philippine domestic shipping, shipbuilding,
ship repair and ship breaking.



D. Mandate


PD 474


1. Adopt and implement a practicable and coordinated Maritime Industry
    Development Program (MIDP) which shall include among others:
     The early replacement of obsolescent and uneconomic vessels;
     Modernization and expansion of the Philippine merchant fleet;
     Enhancement of domestic capability for shipbuilding, repair and
      maintenance; and
     Development of a reservoir of trained manpower.


2. Provide and help provide the necessary:


     Financial assistance to the industry thru public/private financial
      institutions and instrumentalities;
     Technological assistance; and
     Favorable climate for expansion         of   domestic   and   foreign
      investments in shipping enterprises.


3. Provide for the effective supervision, regulation and rationalization of
    the organizational management, ownership and operations of all water
    transport utilities and other maritime enterprises.


EO 125/ 125A


1. Develop and formulate plans, policies, programs projects, standards,
   specifications and guidelines geared toward the promotion and
   development of the maritime industry, the growth and effective
   regulation of shipping enterprises and for the national security
   objectives of the country;
2. Establish, prescribe and regulate routes, zones and/or areas of
   operators of public water services;
3. Issue Certificates of Public Convenience for the operation of domestic
   and overseas water carriers;
4. Register vessels as well as issue certificates, license or document
   necessary or incident thereto;
5. Undertake the safety regulatory functions pertaining to vessel
   construction and operation including the determination or manning
   levels and issuance of certificates of competency to seaman;
6. Enforce laws, prescribe and enforce rules and regulations, including
   penalties for violations thereof, governing water transportation and
   the Philippine merchant marine, and deputize the Philippine Coast
   Guard and other law enforcement agencies to effectively discharge
   these functions;
7. Undertake the issuance of license to qualified seamen and harbor,
   bay and river pilots;
8. Determine, fix and/or prescribe charges and/or rates pertinent to the
   operation of public water transport utilities, facilities and services
   except in cases where charges or rates are established by
   international bodies or associations of which the Philippines is a
   participating member or by bodies or associations recognize by the
   Philippine Government as the proper arbiter of such charges of rates;
9. Accredit marine surveyors and maritime enterprises engaged in
   shipbuilding, shiprepair, shipbreaking, domestic and overseas
   shipping, ship management and agency;
10. Issue and register the continuous discharge book of Filipino seaman;
11. Establish and prescribe rules and regulations, standards and
    procedures for the efficient and effective discharge of the above
    functions; and
12. Perform such other functions as may now or hereafter be provided by
    law.


RA 9295


1. Register vessels;
2. Issue certificate of public convenience, or any extensions or
   amendments thereto, authorizing the operation of all kinds, classes
   and types of vessels in domestic shipping: Provided, That no such
   certificate shall be valid for a period of more than twenty-five (25)
   years.
3. Modify, suspend or revoke at any time, upon notice and hearing, any
   certificate, license or accreditation it may have issued to any
   domestic ship operator;
4. Establish and prescribe routes, zones or areas of operations of
   domestic ship operators;
5. Require any domestic ship operator to provide shipping services to
   any coastal area, island or region in the country where such services
   are necessary for the development of the area, to meet emergency
   sealift requirements, or when public interest so requires;
6. Set safety standards for vessel in accordance with applicable
   conventions and regulations;
7. Require all domestic ship operators to comply with operational and
   safety standards for vessels set by applicable conventions and
    regulations, maintain its vessels in safe and serviceable condition,
    meet the standards of safety of life at sea and safe manning
    requirements, and furnish safe, adequate, efficient, reliable and
    proper service at all times;
8. Inspect all vessels to insure and enforce compliance with safety
   standards and other regulations;
9. Ensure that all domestic ship operators shall have financial capacity
   to provide and sustain safe, reliable, efficient and economic
   passenger or cargo service, or both;
10. Determine the impact which any new service shall have to the locality
    it will serve;
11. Adopt and enforce such rules and regulations which will ensure
    compliance by every domestic ship operator with required safety
    standards and other rules and regulations on vessel safety;
12. Adopt such rules and regulations which ensure the reasonable
    stability of passengers and freight rates and, if necessary, to
    intervene in order to protect public interest
13. Hear and adjudicate any complaint made in writing involving any
    violation of this law or the rules and regulations of the Authority;
14. Impose such fines and penalties on, including the revocation of
    license of, any domestic ship operator who shall fail to maintain its
    vessels in safe and serviceable condition, or who shall violate or fail
    to comply with safety regulations;
15. Investigate any complaint made in writing against any domestic ship
    operator, or any shipper, or any group of shippers regarding any
    matter involving violations of the provisions of this Act; and
16. Upon notice and hearing, impose such fines, suspend or revoke
    certificates of public convenience or other license issued, or
    otherwise penalize any ship operator, shipper or group of shippers
    found violating the provisions of this Act.


E. Vital/ Core Functions and Sectoral Coverages


MARINAS’s functions have been categorized into two (2), namely:


   Promotional & Developmental Functions
    Formulates and adopt plans, programs, policies, rules and
    regulations for the promotion and development of the Philippine
    maritime industry;
    Promotes the competitiveness of the Philippine maritime industry in
    the local and global market;
    Promotes and facilitates investment opportunities in the maritime
    industry;
    Implements and enforces international conventions and national
    maritime laws, rules and regulations and standards on safety,
    security, training, service, among others;
   Provides effective transparent and efficient delivery of public service
   that includes, but not limited to, further streamlining of application
   procedures and requirements, rationalized standard processing time,
   and formulation, adoption and implementation of an information
   technology strategy pursuant to the e-commerce law.


 Supervisory/ Regulatory Functions


   Controls, regulates and supervises Philippine-registered overseas
   and domestic ships, maritime manpower, shipyards and other
   maritime entities through the evaluation/processing of applications
   covering the four (4) major maritime sectors, namely: (a) domestic
   shipping sector, including maritime safety, (b) overseas shipping
   sector, (c) maritime manpower sector and (d) shipbuilding ang ship
   repair sector.


F. Organization


The MARINA is governed by a Board known as the Maritime Industry
Board, which is the policy making body of the Agency. It is composed of
the following:


Chairman : Department of Transportation and Communications Secretary


Vice-Chairman : MARINA Administrator


Members :


    Office of the President (OP) Executive Secretary
    Philippine Ports Authority (PPA) General Manager
    Department of National Defense (DND) Secretary
    Development Bank of the Philippines (DBP) General Manager
    Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) Secretary


 Observers :


     Government:
     Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) Commandant
     Private Sector Representatives


  Corporate Board Secretary :


      MARINA Maritime Legal Affairs Office (MLAO)
AREAS OF JURISDICTION OF THE MARITIME REGIONAL OFFICES:


   A. MARINA RO I & II – La Union Maritime Regional Office
      (LUMRO)


     1. San Fernando, La Union (MRO)
     2. Aparri, Cagayan
     3. Pangasinan
     4. Benguet Province
     5. Ilocos Sur
     6. Nueva Viscaya
     7. Quirino Province
     8. Isabela
     9. Ifugao
     10. Abra
     11. Ilocos Norte
     12. Kalinga Apayao
     13. Babuyan Channel
     14. Batangas Group of Islands


   B. MARINA RO IV – Batangas Maritime Regional Office (BMRO)


      1. Batangas City (MRO)
      2. Lucena City
      3. Mindoro Occidental
      4. Mindoro Oriental
      5. Lubang Island
      6. Quezon Province
      7. Romblon
      8. Marinduque
      9. Aurora Province
      10. Pollilo Island
      11. Palawan


   C. MARINA RO V – Legazpi Maritime Regional Office (LMRO)


     1. Legazpi City (MRO)
     2. Masbate
     3. Camarines Norte
     4. Camarines Sur
   5. Sorsogon
   6. Catanduanes
   7. Albay


D. MARINA RO VI – Iloilo Maritime Regional Office (IMRO)


   1. Iloilo City (MRO)
   2. Bacolod City
   3. Aklan
   4. Cagayan Island
   5. Antique
   6. Capiz
   7. Guimaras Province
   8. Negros Occidental


E. MARINA RO VII – Cebu Maritime Regional Office (CMRO)


   1. Cebu City (MRO)
   2. Dumaguete City
   3. Tagbilaran City
   4. Bohol Province
   5. Siquijor Island
   6. Negros Oriental


F. MARINA RO VIII – Tacloban Maritime Regional Office (TMRO)


   1. Tacloban City (MRO)
   2. Catbalogan
   3. Maasin
   4. Leyte
   5. Southern Leyte
   6. Sub-Province of Biliran
   7. Western Samar
   8. Northern Samar
   9. Eastern Samar


G. MARINA RO XI – Davao Maritime Regional Office (DMRO)


   1. Davao City (MRO)
   2. Sarangani Province
  3. South Cotobato
  4. Davao del Norte
  5. Davao Oriental
  6. Davao del Sur
  7. Surigao del Sur


H. MARINA RO X – Cagayan de Oro Maritime Regional Office
   (CDOMRO)


  1. Cagayan de Oro City (MRO)
  2. Surigao City
  3. Misamis Occidental
  4. Agusan del Sur
  5. Agusan del Norte
  6. Bukidnon
  7. Misamis Oriental
  8. Camiguin Island
  9. Lanao del Norte
  10. Surigao del Norte


I. MARINA RO IX – Zamboanga Maritime Regional Office
   (ZMRO)


  1. Zamboanga City (ZMRO)
  2. Bongao, Tawi-Tawi
  3. Jolo, Sulu
  4. Zamboanga del Norte
  5. Zamboanga del Sur
  6. Basilan


J. MARINA RO XII (GENSAN) – Cotabato Maritime Regional
   Office (COTMRO)


  1. Cotabato City (MRO)
  2. Gen. Santos City
  3. North Cotabato
  4. Maguindanao
  5. Sultan Kudarat
  6. Lanao del Sur
A. Plans/Programs/Projects

  1. Domestic Shipping

        Further deregulation
        Lower rates for basic commodities

  2. Overseas Shipping

        Shipowning
        Ship Management
        ISM Code Implementation

  3. Shipbuilding/Shiprepair

        Upgrading the capability of the local shipyards
        Promotion of the local shipyards
        Niche marketing

  4. Maritime Manpower

        Increase of share in employment of Filipino seafarers onboard
         world fleet
        Compliance with STCW '95

  5. Improved quality service

        Computerized processing of applications
        Reduction in the processing time of applications

  6. Implementation of High-Impact Projects

        Fight corruption program

          Reduction in documentary requirements
          Minimization/elimination of window discretion
          Institutionalization of a system to avoid person to person
           transaction

        MARINA Public Assistance Desk

        Promotion of three (3) shipyard such as:

          one in GenSan (South Cotabato)
          one in Coron (Palawan)
          one in Salomague (Ilocos Norte)

        Pro-poor Programs
     Reduction of fees for vessel documentation for motorized
      bancas
     Increase mobile registration activities

         Creation of Foundation based on Shipyard Development
    Fund (SDF) balances
B. Organization Chart




                                        CENTRAL OFFICE

                                                           MARINA
                                                       Board of Directors




                                                            MARINA
                                                          Administrator



                                  Deputy Administrator               Deputy Administrator
                                       (Planning)                        (Operations)




     Administrative and               Planning and                    Domestic Shipping                      Franchising
       Finance Office                 Policy Office                        Office                               Office
           (AFO)                         (PPO)                             (DSO)                                 (FO)




          Human Resources               Policy Development                     Route/Schedule                     Hearing and
         Development Division           and Review Division                   Regulation Division             Adjudication Division


             Administrative             Project Planning and                    Rates Analysis               Franchises Supervision
               Division                 Development Division                       Division                  and Regulation Division


                Budget                                                         Shipping Projects
                Division                                                       Evaluation Divison


              Accounting
               Division


   Management Information         Maritime Legal Affairs              Overseas Shipping                       Manpower
      Systems Office                      Office                           Office                        Development Division
          (MISO)                         (MLAO)                            (OSO)                                (MDO)




             Management                  Legal Counselling                    Ship Chartering and                  Manpower
               Division                      Division                         Acquisition Division              Training Division


          Computer Systems                  Prosecution                      Liner, Special Permit             Accreditation and
              Division                        Division                     and Accreditation Division         Certification Division


      Ship Regulation                 Enforcement                            Shipyards
    and Licensing Office               Office (EO)                        Regulation Office
          (SRLO)                                                               (SRO)




          Maritime Operations               Operations                       Shipyards Registration
          and Safety Division            Monitoring Division                 and Licensing Division


           Ship Registration               Complaints and                   Naval Architecture and
         and Licensing Division         Investigation Division             Marine Engineering Division
                                          MARITIME REGIONAL OFFICES

                                                                    MARINA
                                                                Board of Directors




                                                                        MARINA
                                                                      Administrator




                      LA UNION                   BATANGAS                              LEGASPI                      ILOILO
               Maritime Regional Office    Maritime Regional Office             Maritime Regional Office   Maritime Regional Office




                                                Lucena Extension Office                                                Bacolod
                                                                                                                   Extension Office


                                                       Palawan
                                                   Extension Office



                        CEBU                       DAVAO                             ZAMBOANGA                   TACLOBAN
               Maritime Regional Office    Maritime Regional Office             Maritime Regional Office   Maritime Regional Office




                          Tagbilaran                Gen. Santos                                                      Catbalogan
                       Extension Office            Extension Office                                                Extension Office


                                                                                                                       Massin
                                                                                                                   Extension Office



                     COTABATO                CAGAYAN DE ORO
               Maritime Regional Office    Maritime Regional Office




                                                       Surigao
                                                   Extension Office




I.          Maritime Policies

            Policies can be downloaded in Word or PDF format.

            A. Memorandum Circulars

     NO.                                        PARTICULARS                                                              Date Of
                                                                                                                        Approval
     1-75     SUBMISSION OF A COPY OF THE CARGO MANIFEST                                                            Feb 14, 1975

      2       SUBMISSION OF INFORMATION MATERIALS BY APPLICANT Oct 16, 1975
              CHARTERER / IMPORTER OF VESSELS

      3       APPRENTICESHIP TRAINING OF GRADUATES OF PHILIPPINE Dec 17, 1975
              NAUTICAL SCHOOLS AND MARINE ENG‘G INSTITUTIONS

      4       REGISTRATIONS OF LICENSING VESSELS                                                                    Apr 22, 1976
4-A   MODIFICATION / AMENDMENT OF THE DOCUMENTARY Feb 11, 1976
      REQUIREMENTS LAID DOWN UNDER ANNEX ―B‖ OF MARINA MC
      # 4, ATD. 12-17-15 RELATIVE TO APPLICATINS FOR ISSUANCE /
      RENEWAL OF COASTWISE LICENSE, BAY AND RIVER LICENSE,
      AND PLEASURE YACHT LICENSE

5     CERTIFICATE OF NUMBER                                   Apr 22, 1976




6     AUTOMATIC 60-DAY EXTENSION OF COASTWISE LICENSE May 26, 1976
      (CWL‘s) AND FOR BAY AND RIVER LICENSE(BRL‘s) IN
      PROVINCES/AREAS OUTSIDE THE JURISDICTION OF THE
      MANILA AND CEBU DISTRICT OFFICES
6-A   FURTHER EXTENDING THE EFFECTIVITY OF COASTWISE Aug 5, 1976
      LICENSE (CWL‘s) AND OR BAY AND RIVER LICENSE (BRL‘s) IN
      PROVINCES/AREAS OUTSIDE THE JURISDICTION OF MANILA
      AND CEBU DISTRICT OFFICES INCLUDING UNDOCUMENTED
      VESSELS IN SPECIFIED CASES UP TO 9-26-76

6-B   FURTHER EXTENDING THE EFFECTIVITY OF COASTWISE Sep 17, 1976
      LICENSE (CWL‘s) AND OR BAY AND RIVER LICENSES (BRL‘s) IN
      PROVINCES /AREAS OUTSIDE THE OFFICES INCLUDING
      REGISTRATION OF UNDOCUMENTARY VESSELS

7     REGISTRATION AND    LICENSING   OF   SHIPYARD   AND/OR Jul 30 1976
      SHIPREPAIR YARDS

7-A   EXTENDING THE PERIOD FOR REGISTRATION AND LICENSING Oct 1, 1976
      OF SHIPYARDS AND OR SHIPREPAIRER YARDS UP TO OCT 30,
      1976

8     SUBMISSION OF LETTER OF INTENT TO ACQUIRE VESSELS, Oct 28, 1976
      EITHER BY IMPORTATION OR LOCAL CONSTRUCTION, PRIOR
      TO ANY NEGOTIATION FOR THE ACTUAL ACQUISITION OF THE
      SAME

8-A   EXPANSION OF THE SCOPE MEMORANDUMCIRCULAR NO. 8 Oct 31, 1979
      REGARDING THE SUBMISSION OF LETTERS OF INTENT TO
      ACQUIRE VESSELS TO INCLUDEACQUISITIONS FROM LOCAL
      SHIPOWNERS

9     SHIPPING COMPANIES, SHIPOWNERS, SHIP OPERATIONS, AND Nov 16, 1976
      ALL OTHERS ENTERPRISES FALLING UNDER THE TERM
      ―MARITIME INDUSTRY‖ AS DEFINED BY PRESIDENTIAL DECREE
      NO. 474

10    ADOPTION OF POLICY GUIDELINES FOR THE EVALUATION OF Jan 01, 1977
      REQUEST FOR THE AUTHORITY TO ACQUIRE VESSELS

11    FREEZING   OF    DOMESTIC     SHIPPING   OPERATIONS May 19, 1977
      IMPLEMENTATION OF PRESIDENTIAL DECREE NO. 1059
12     IMPLEMENTATION OF P.D. NO. 1059                         Mar 31, 1978

13     CLARIFICATION ON THE MEANING OF MAJOR ALTERATION, Jul 31, 1978
       MODIFICATION OR RECONSTRUCTION OF ANY WATERCRAFT
       UNDER THE RULES AND REGULATIONS IMPLEMETING P.D. NO.
       1059

14     AMENDMENT    OF     THE    RULES   AND    REGULATIONS Sep 18, 1978
       IMPLEMENTING P.D. 666

15     REVISED SCHEDULE OF FEES                                Sep 18, 1978

16     POLICY GUIDELINES FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF INTERISLAND Sep 18, 1978
       SHIPPING

17     AGE   AND    TONNAGE   (OR   BHP)  LIMITATIONS   AND Sep 20, 1978
       CLASSIFICATION REQUIREMENT OF VARIOUS VESSEL TYPE

18     AMENDMENTS OF MEMORANDUM CIRCULAR NO. 15                Dec 14, 1978

19     SUBMISSION   OF    SUFFICIENT    AND     APPROPRIATE Sep 01, 1979
       REQUIREMENTS FOR APPLICATION / REQUEST FILED WITH THE
       MARINA

19-A   SUBMISSION OF COMPANIES REQUIREMENTS AND PAYMENT Jan 03, 1984
       OF FILING FOR ALL APPLICATIONS REQUEST FILED WITH THE
       MARINA PRIOR TO THEIR OFFICIAL ACCEPTANCE FOR
       PROCESSING

20     AMENDMENT OF GUIDELINES ON THE IMPORTATION AND Sep 04, 1979
       BAREBOAT CHARTERING OF OCEAN-GOING SHIPS

21     GUIDELINES FOR THE IMPORTATION OF FISHING VESSELS       Sep 12, 1979


21-A   AMENDMENT OF MC NO. 21                                  Aug 12, 1982


22     GUIDELINES ON THE CHARTERING OF VESSELS UNDER PD 760 Aug 25, 1980
       / 866 BEYOND THE AGE LIMITS SPECIFIED IN MC NOS. 17, 20, 21
       AND 21-A

23     NEW MARINA SCHEDULE OF FEES                             Jan 18, 1982


23-A   AMENDMENT TO THE NEW MARINA SCHEDULE OF FEES            Aug 12, 1982


24     GUIDELINES FOR THE IMPORTATION AND CHARTERING OF Jul 15 1982
       INTERISLAND TANKERS

24-A   AMENDMENT OF GUIDELINES ON THE           IMPORTATION   / Apr 28 1987
       CHARTERER OF INTERISLAND TANKERS
25     AGE   AND    TONNAGE   (OR  BHP)   LIMITATIONS  AND Aug 12 1982
       CLASSIFICATION REQUIREMENTS OF VARIOUS VESSEL TYPES
       FOR INTERISLAND USE

25-A   GUIDELINES ON IMPORTATION OF TUNA LONG LINERS          Jun 01 1983


25-B   ONE(1)  YEAR   MORATORIUM     ON    FISHING  VESSEL Apr 23 1985
       IMPORTATION/CHARTERING GUIDELINES UNDER MC NO. 25

25-C   EXTENSION OF THE MORATORIUM ON FISHING VESSEL Apr 16 1986
       IMPORTATION/CHARTERING GUIDELINES UNDER MC NO. 25-B

25-D   REVISED AGE TONNAGE (OR BHP) LIMITATIONS AND Jul 01 1986
       CLASSIFICATION REQUIREMENTS OF VARIOUS VESSEL TYPES
       FOR INTERISLAND USE

25-E   CLASSIFICATION REQUIREMENTS OF VARIOUS VESSEL TYPES Nov 23 1992
       FOR INTERISLAND USE

26     RATIONALIZATION OF THE INTERISLAND SHIPPING OPERATION Sep 01 1982


26-A   GUIDELINES ON THE SALE OR TRANSFER OF CASTWISE Nov 28 1983
       VESSEL(S) AND/OR FRANCHISE(S) RATIONALIZATION OF
       INTERISLAND SHIPPING OPERATORS

27     GUIDELINES FOR THE ISSUANCE OF TEMPORARY PHILIPPINE Undated
       REGISTRY UNDER PD NO. 866/1711

27-A   AMENDING MC NO. 27 ON THE GUIDELINES FOR THE ISSUANCE Oct 20 1983
       OF TEMPORARY PHILIPPINE REGISTRY UNDER PD 866/1711

27-B   GUIDELINES FOR THE ISSUANCE OF TEMPORARY PHILIPPINE May 17 1984
       REGISTRY UNDER PD 866/1711

27-C   AMENDED GUIDELINES FOR THE ISSUANCE OF TEMPORARY Apr 23 1985
       PHILIPPINE REGISTRY UNDER PD 866/1711

28     SIMPLIFICATION OF WAIVER PROCEDURE UNDER EXECUTIVE May 05 1983
       ORDER NO 769 OR CARGO SERVICING

29     REVISED SCHEDULE OF FEES / FINES : AMENDMENT TO THE Aug 25 1983
       NEW MARINA SCHEDULE OF FEES

29-A   AMENDING MEMORANDUM CIRCULAR NO. 29, SPECIFICALLY Dec 28 1983
       TO REDUCE THA RATES OF VESSEL LAY-UP FEES COLLECTED
       BY MARINA

29-B   NEW MARINA SCHEDULE OF FEES                            Jun 26 1986


30     RULES   GOVERNING   NON-VESSEL   OPERATING    COMMON Aug 23 1986
       CARRIERS AND OCEAN FREIGHT FORWARDERS


31     REVISED FEES AND CHARGES (FOR INTERISLAND SHIPPING)     Dec 02 1985


31-A   REVISED MARINA SPECIAL PERMIT FEE WOODEN-HULLED Oct 04 1989
       VESSEL

32     FIRB RESOLUTION NO 3-36 RESTORATION OF TAX INCENTIVES Mar 10 1986
       UNDER PD 666

33     REGISTRATION AND ACCREDITATION OF OVERSEAS SHIPPING May 29 1986
       COMPANIES FOR PURPOSES OF PD 866/1711

33-A   AMENDATORY GUIDELINES ON          THE   IMPORTATION   / Mar 26 1990
       CHARTERING OF FISHING VESSELS

33-B   AMENDMENT OF MEMORANDUM CIRCULAR NO. 33-A               Sep 19 1996


34     REVISED GUIDELINES ON THE IMPORTATION / CHARTERING OF Aug 29 1986
       FISHING VESSELS

34-A   FURTHER AMENDMENT OF THE REVISED GUIDELINES ON THE Oct 30 1986
       IMPORTATION / CHARTERING OF FISHING VESSELS

34-B   ADDITIONAL   REQUIREMENTS   ON     APPLICATION     FOR Jul 20 1994
       IMPORTATION AND CHARTERING OF FISHING VESSELS

35     ADDITIONAL GUIDELINES IN THE IMPLEMENTATION OF PD 1221 Nov 03 1986


36     EXTENSION OF FILING OF ANNUAL REPORT                    Mar 02 1987


36-A   EXTENSION OF FILING OF ANNUAL REPORT                    Mar 09 1987


37     GUIDELINES ON STUDENT FARE DISCOUNTS                    Jul 11 1986


38     IMPOSITION   OF   BOND   ON     BAREBOAT   CHARTERING Apr 29 1987
       APPLICATIONS

39     POLICY GUILDEINES ON THE ISSUANCE OF CERTIFICATE OF
       PUBLIC CONVENIENCE (CPC)

40     COMPULSORY PASSENGER INSURANCE COVERAGE


40-A   AMENDMENT OF MC NO. 40 BY INCREASING THE AMOUNT OF Jan 20 1988
       COMPULSORY PASSENGER INSURANCE COVERAGE

40-B   AMENDMENT OF MC NO. 40-A RE:COMPULSORY PASSENGER Apr 30 1991
       INSURANCE COVERAGE
41     GUIDELINES FOR THE ISSUANCE OF ENDORSEMENT OF Jan 20 1988
       CERTIFICATES AND RATINGS CERTIFICATES IN COMPLIANCE
       WITH THE REQUIREMENTS OF STCW 1978 CONVENTION

41-A   REVISED GUIDELINES FOR THE ISSUANCE OF ENDORSEMENT Mar 31 1989
       OF   CERTIFICATES   AND  RATINGS   CERTIFICATES IN
       COMPLIANCE WITH THE REQUIREMENTS OF STCW 1978
       CONVENTION

41-B   AMENDMENT TO ITEM E ON FINES AND PENALTIES, OF Aug 30 1991
       MEMORANDUM CIRCULAR NO. 41 AS AMENDED BY
       MEMORANDUM CIRCULAR NO 41-A ON GUIDELINES UNDER
       1978 STCW INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION

42     INTERIM GUIDELINES GOVERNING APPLICATIONS FOR Jul 08 1988
       BAREBOAT CHARTERING / REGISTRATION OF VESSELS UNDER
       PD 866/1711

42-A   AMENDING MEMORANDUM CIRCULAR NO 42 ON THE Mar 26 1990
       GUIDELINES GOVERNING APPLICATIONS FOR BAREBOAT
       CHARTERING / REGISTRATION OF VESSELS UNDER PD
       866/1711

43     IN COMPLIANCE WITH RESOLUTION NO. 205 OF THE Jan 05 1989
       COMMISSION   ON   ELECTIONS     PROMULAGATED       OF
       TRANSPORTATION  AND     COMMUNICATIONS      AND   ALL
       CONCERNED AGENCIES / OFFICES UNDER IT AS ITS DEPUTIES,
       QUOTED.

44     REQUIREMENTS ON TRAMPING OPERATORS TO SECURE A Mar 31 1989
       CERTIFICATE OF PUBLIC CONVENIENCE AND TO PAY THE
       ANNUAL SUPERVISION FEES

45     MR. AVELINO O. ORBETA, JR., MARINA SHIPBUILDING OFFICER Apr 18 1989


46     IMPLEMENTING GUIDELINES ON THE RATE INCREASE AND May 12 1989
       CHANGES IN LEVEL AND STRUCTURE

47     ENFORCEMENT OF THE INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION AND May 31 1989
       STANDARDS    OF    TRAINING,   CERTIFICATION AND
       WATCHKEEPING FOR SEAFARERS (STCW) 1978

47-A   ENFORCEMENT OF THE INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION AND Nov 05 1993
       STANDARDS    OF    TRAINING,   CERTIFICATION AND
       WATCHKEEPING FOR SEAFARERS (STCW) 1978

48     MEASURES TO CONTROL OVERCROWDING/OVERLOADING AND Apr 10 1989
       SCALPING OF TICKETS IN THE INTERISLAND VESSELS

49     MANDATORY SUBMISSION OF ANNUAL REPORT                    Jul 03 1989
49-A   MANDATORY SUBMISSION OF ANNUAL REPORT AMENDING Mar 18 1992
       FOR THE PURPOSE MARINA MEMORANDUM CIRCULAR NO. 49
       AND PROVIDING PENALTIES THEREFORE

49-B   MANDATORY SUBMISSION OF ANNUAL REPORT OF FINANCES 13 Jul 1995
       AND OPEATIONS, IMPLEMENTING THE PROVISIONS OF
       SECTION 17H OF THE PUBLIC SERVICE ACT, AS AMENDED AND
       REPEALING IN TOTO MEMORANDUM CIRCULAR NO 49-A

50     REVISED SCHEDULE OF PENALTIES AND/OR ADMINISTRATIVE Jul 26 1989
       FINES

50-A   AMENDED SCHEDULE OF PENALTIES AND/OR ADMINISTRATIVE Nov 05 1993
       FINES

51     ACCREDITATION FOR PURPOSES OF BOTH REGISTRATION Oct 04 1989
       AND/OR AVAILMENT OF INCENTIVES GRANTED UNDER THE
       OMNIBUS INVESTMENT CODE OF 1987 (E.O. NO.226) AS
       PROVIDED FOR BY THE 1998 INVESTMENTS PRIORITIES PLAN

52     COMPLIANCE WITH PERTINENT PROVISION OF RESOLUTION Aug 17 1989
       NO. 2118 OF THE COMMISSION ON ELECTIONS RE: DEPUTIZING
       CERTAIN    NATIONAL    ALW   ENFORCEMENT     AGENCIES
       SPECIFICALLY      DOTC     AND     ALL     CONCERNED
       AGENCIES/OFFICES

53     CIRCULARS INTRODUCING AMENDMENTS TO THE INTERIM Oct 04 1989
       RULE OF PRACTICE AND PROCDURE IN THE MARINA IN THE
       EXERCISE OF ITS QUASI-JUDICIAL FUNCTIONS

53-A   GUIDELINES FOR HEARING AND INVESTIGATIONS BEFORE THE Sep 21 1990
       MARINA AMENDING CERTAIN PROVISIONS OF THE INTERIM
       RULES OF PRACTICE AND PROCEDURE FOR OTHER
       PURPOSES

54     MDEICAL EXAMINATIONS OF SEAFARERS           FOR   BOTH Jun 25 1990
       OVERSEAS AND INTERISLAND EMPLOYMENT

55     GUIDELINES FOR THE LEGALIZATION        OF   ―COLORUM‖ Jul 03 1990
       SHIPBUILDERS AND/OR SHIPREPAIRERS

56     GUIDELINES FOR TANKERS AND BARGES CARRYING OIL AND Aug 20 1990
       PETROLEUM PRODUCTS

56-A   AMENDMENT OF MC NO. 56                                  Dec 04 1991


57     IMPLEMENTING GUIDELINES ON THE RATE INCREASE & Oct 26 1990
       CHANGES IN LEVEL & STRUCTURE

58     UNITED NATIONS SECURITY COUNCIL RESOLUTIONS 670(1990) Nov 28 1991
       AND 661(1990)
58-A   AMENDING MC NO. 58 ON THE MEASURES ADOPTED Oct 29 1991
       GOVERNING IMPLEMENTATION OF THE UNITED NATIONS
       SECURITY COUNCIL RESOLUTIONS 670(1990) AND 661(1990)

58-B   BAN ON THE ACQUISITION, PURCHASE AND CHARTER OF Oct 29 1991
       IRAQUI MERCHANT VESSELS FOR REGISTRATION UNDER THE
       PHILIPPINE FLAG

59     IMPLEMENTING GUIDELINES ON THE RATE INCREASE           Apr 11 1991


60     REVISED SCHEDULE OF FEES AND CHARGES                   Apr 30 1991


61     IMPLEMENTING GUIDELINE ON THE MARINA LOGO SYSTEM       May 28 1991


62     GUIDELINES ON ROLLBACK OF INTERISLAND LINER FREIGHT Aug 23 1991
       RATES PER THE ORDER DATED 14 AUG 1991 OF THE MARINA
       BOARD

63     PROVIDING PENALTIES FOR THE SUBMISSION OR USE OF Aug 30 1991
       SPURIOUF/FAKE DOCUMENTS IN CONNECTION WITH ANY
       REQUEST OR PROCEEDINGS FOR AUTHORITY FROM THE
       MARITIME INDUSTRY AUTHORITY

64     GUIDELINES FOR THE LEGALIZATION OF ―COLORUM‖ WATER Dec 04 1991
       TRANSPORT VESSELS IN THE COASTWISE TRADE

65     MINIMUM SERVICE STANDARDS FOR PHILIPPINE REGISTERED Dec 04 1991
       INTERISLAND PASSENGER VESSELS

65-A   AMENDMENT TO MC 65                                     Dec 10 1992


66     IMPLEMENTING GUIDELINES     ON    THE   ROLLBACK   OF May 06 1992
       INTERISLAND LINER RATES

67     IMPLEMENTING GUIDELINES ON THE AUTOMATIC FUEL May 06 1992
       ADJUSTMENT MECHANISMS AND THE 10% - 15% LIMIT ON THE
       FORK TARIFF SYSTEM

68     GUIDELINES ON ISSUANCE OF SPECIAL PERMIT FOR THE May 06 1992
       TEMPORARY UTILIZATION OF FOREIGN REGISTERED VESSELS
       IN THE DOMESTIC TRADE

68-A   AMENDING MC 68 ON THE GUIDELINES ON ISSUANCE OF Dec 10 1992
       SPECIAL PERMIT FOR THE TEMPORARY UTILIZATION OF
       FOREIGN REGISTERED VESSELS IN THE DOMESTIC TRADE

69     UNITED NATIONS SECURITY COUNCIL RESOLUTIONS 757(1992) Jun 25 1992
       AND 752(1992)

69-A   IMPOSITION OF NAVAL BLOCKAGE ON THE FEDERAL REPUBLIC Mar 03 1993
       OF YUOGSLAVIA (SERBIA AND MONTENEGRO)


69-B   IMPOSITION OF FURTHER SANCTIONS ON THE FEDERAL Jun 11 1993
       REPUBLIC OF YUOGSLAVIA (SERBIA AND MONTENEGRO)

70     RESOLUTION NO. 2504 OF THE COMELEC                    Oct 20 1992


71     IMPLEMENTING GUIDELINES ON THE DOTC DEPARTMENT 22 Oct 1992
       ORDER NO. 92-587

72     GUIDELINES ON THE IMPLEMENTATION OF AT LEAST 10 Dec 10 1992
       MINUTE FILM ON SAFETY FEATURES OF EACH SPECIFIC
       PASSENGER / PASSENGER CARGO VESSELS

73     GUIDELINES   ON   THE   TEMPORARY     UTILIZATION OF Jan 14 1993
       INTERISLAND / COASTWISE VESSELS IN THE OVERSEAS
       TRADE / OPERATIONS INCLUDING BARTER TRADE

74     RULES OF PRACTICE INSTITUTING SUMMARY PROCEDURE IN Jan 14 1993
       APPLICATION FOR CPC / PA / SP

74-A   AMENDMENT OF MC NO. 74                                Jul 13 1995


74-B   AMNENDMENT OF MEMORANDUM CIRCULAR NO. 74-A; RULES Feb 20 1997
       OF PROCEDURES IN CASES ENUMERATED IN RULES 1 OF
       PART I AND II OF THE RULES OF PRACTICE INSTITUTING
       SUMMARY PROCEDURES IN APPLICATION FOR CERTIFICATES
       OF PUBLIC CONVENIENCE (CPC), OR PROVISIONAL AUTHORITY
       (PA) OR RENEWALS THEREOF, SUBSTITUTION/REPLACEMENT
       OF VESSELS UNDER A VALID CERTIFICATE OF PUBLIC
       CONVENIENCE AND FOR COMPLAINT CASES AND PETITION
       FOR RATE INCREASE

75     GUIDELINES IN TEMPORARY UTILIZATION OF FOREIGN- Jun 11 1993
       OWNED / REGISTERED TANKERS AND CARGO VESSELS IN THE
       PHILIPPINE WATERS

75-A   AMENDING MC 75 ON THE GUIDELINES IN TEMPORARY Nov 05 1993
       UTILIZATION OF FOREIGN-OWNED / REGISTERED TANKERS
       AND CARGO VESSELS IN THE PHILIPPINE WATERS

76     GUIDELINES IN COMPLIANCE WITH RULE V. PARA. A OF THE Sep 27, 1993
       RULES AND REGULATIONS IMPLEMENTING RA NO. 7432,
       ENTITLED ―AN ACT TO MAXIMIZE THE CONTRIBUTION OF
       SENIOR CITIZEN TO NATION BUILDING, GRANT BENEFITS NA D
       SPECIAL PRIVILEDGES AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES

77     REVISED SCHEDULE OF FEES AND CHARGES                  Jun 11 1993


77-A   ADDITIONAL SCHEDULE OF FEES AND CHARGES               Sep 15 1993
77-B   AMENDMENT TO "ANNEX A" OF MEMORANDUM CIRCULAR 77-A Jul 13 1995
       ON THE REVISED SCHEDULE OF FEES AND CHARGES.

78     GUIDELINES ON THE ISSUANCE OF SPECIAL PERMIT FOR Sep 27 1993
       FISHING VESSELS

79     ACCREDITATION   OF   DOMESTIC   SHIPPING       ENTERPRISES/ Nov 05 1993
       ENTITIES

79-A   AMENDING MC NO. 79 ON THE GUIDELINES ON THE Apr 06 1995
       ACCREDITATION OF DOMESTIC SHIPPING ENTERPRISES/
       ENTITIES

80     POLICY GUIDELINES IN THE REGULATION OF DOMESTIC Nov 05 1993
       WATER TRANSPORT SERVICES

81     AMENDED GUIDELINES IN THE ACQUISITION OF ANY TYPE OF Nov 05 1993
       VESSELS FOR DOMESTIC TRADE

82     GUIDELINES ON THE ISSUANCE OF ENDORSEMENT Jan 21 1994
       CERTIFICATES IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE STCW 1978
       CONVENTION (FOR FILIPINO SEAFARERS SERVING ON BOARD
       OCEAN-GOING SHIPS)

83     GUIDELINES ON THE ISSUANCE OF ENDORSEMENT Jan 21 1994
       CERTIFICATES IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE STCW 1978
       CONVENTION (FOR FILIPINO SEAFARERS SERVING ON BOARD
       SHIPS OPERATING COASTWISE

83-A   AMENDING THE SCHEDULE OF FEES IN THE GUIDELINES FOR Jul 20 1994
       THE ISSUANCE OF ENDORSEMENT CERTIFICATES IN
       ACCORDANCE WITH THE STCW 1978 CONVENTION

84     IMPOSITION ON SANCTIONS ON HAITI.                            Jul 20 1994


85     STREAMLINED      CHECK-LIST         OF     DOCUMENTARY Jul 20 1994
       REQUIREMENTS

86     GUIDELINES FOR TEMPORARY UTILIZATION OF INTERISLAND Jul 20 1994
       VESSELS IN THE OVERSEAS TRADE/OPERATION.

86-A   AMENDMENT GUIDELINES FOR TEMPORARY UTILIZATION OF Jun 10 1996
       INTERISLAND VESSELS IN THE OVERSEAS TRADE/OPERATION.

87     GUIDELINES ON THE ISSUANCE OF            THE    SEAFARER'S Sep 15 1994
       IDENTIFICATION RECORD BOOK (SIRB)

88     ASSUMPTION OF FUNCTIONS UNDER THE PROVISIONS OF E.O. Sep 15 1994
       125, AS AMENDED.

89     IMPLEMENTING    GUIDELINES      FOR      VESSEL      SAFETY Oct 07 1994
       REGULATIONS


89-A   AMENDMENT OF MC 89                                      Apr 06 1995


90     IMPLEMENTING GUIDELINES FOR VESSEL REGISTRATION AND Oct 07 1994
       DOCUMENTATION

91     REPEAL OF ALL MARINA CIRCULARS/ RULES APPERTAINING TO Oct 26 1994
       THE ISSUANCE OF SPECIAL PERMITS (SPS) FOR FISHING
       VESSELS TO OPERATE OVERSEAS

92     IMPLEMENTING GUIDELINES ON THE RATE INCREASE            Dec 01 1994


93     REPEAL OF MC 84, S 1994                                 Dec 01 1994


94     GUIDELINES FOR THE ACCREDITATION OF MARITIME
       SURVEYING COMPANIES/ ENTITIES FOR PURPOSES OF
       VESSEL REGISTRATION

95     REVISED IMPLEMENTING GUIDELINES ON THE LICENSING OF
       SHIPBUILDERS, SHIP REPAIRERS, AFLOAT REPAIRERS,
       BOATBUILDERS AND SHIPBREAKERS

96     CREATION OF WATCHLIST SYSTEMS OF SEAFARERS              Mar 16 1995


97     REVISED GUIDELINES ON THE ISSUANCE OF SIRB              Mar 16 1995


98     GUIDELINES FOR COMPLIANCES WITH RA # 7277 AND DBP BLG. Mar 16 1995
       344 OTHERWISE KNOWN AS ACCESSIBILITY LAW

99     GUIDELINES FOR THE ISSUANCE/ RENEWAL OF MOTORBOAT Apr 06 1995
       OPERATOR'S LICENSE (MBOL)

100    GUIDELINES FOR THE ANNOTATION/ CANCELLATION OF Apr 06 1995
       MORTGAGES AND TRANSFER OF RIGHTS AND OTHER
       ENCUMBRANCES OF VESSELS

101    GUIDELINES ON THE ISSUANCE OF A SPECIAL PERMIT TO Apr 06 1995
       CARRY DANGEROUS/ HAZARDOUS CARGOES OR GOODS IN
       PACKAGED FORM

102    SCHEDULE OF ENERGY TAX FOR THE UTILIZATION/ Apr 06 1995
       OPERATION OF PLEASURE/ RECREATIONAL WATERCRAFTS

103    GUIDELINES FOR THE ACCREDITATION OF LIAISON OFFICERS Apr 06 1995
       (LOS) AND THE CREATION OF SPECIAL PROCESSING SYSTEM
       (SPS) ON THE AUTHENTICATION AND ISSUANCE OF MDO-
       RELATED DOCUMENTS
104     OMNIBUS GUIDELINES FOR THE ACQUISITION OF VESSELS Apr 06 1995
        FOR DOMESTIC OPERATIONS AND FISHING VESSELS/BOAT

105     GUIDELINES ON THE TEMPORARY UTILIZATION OF THE Apr 06 1995
        FOREIGN-OWNED/ REGISTERED VESSELS AND PHILIPPINE-
        REGISTERED OVERSEAS VESSELS IN THE DOMESTIC TRADE

105-A   AMENDING MEMORANDUM CIRCULAR NO. 105 ON THE Jul 13 1995
        GUIDELINES ON THE TEMPORARY UTILIZATION OF FOREIGN-
        OWNED/ REGISTERED VESSELS AND PHILIPPINE-REGISTERED
        OVERSEAS VESSELS IN THE DOMESTIC TRADE

106     IMPLEMENTING RULES AND REGULATIONS ON EO 185        Apr 06 1995


107     ANNUAL SUPERVISION FEE                              Apr 06 1995


108     GUIDELINES FOR ACCREDITATION OF MARINE SURVEYING Jul 13 1995
        COMPANIES AND ENTITIES

109     SCHEDULE OF PENALTIES AND/OR ADMINISTRATIVE FINES Jul 13 1995
        RELATIVE TO VESSEL REGISTRATION / LICENSING /
        DOCUMENTATION AND VESSEL SAFETY REGULATION.

110     GUIDELINES FOR THE ISSUANCE/ RENEWAL OF COASTWISE Jul 13 1995
        LICENSE (CWL) BAY AND RIVER LICENSE (BRL) AND PLEASURE
        YATCH LICENSE (PYL)

111     AMENDING MEMORANDUM CIRCULAR NO. 42-A ON THE Jul 13 1995
        GUIDELINES GOVERNING APPLICATIONS FOR BAREBOAT
        CHARTERING / REGISTRATION OF VESSELS UNDER PDS
        760/866/1711

112     POLICY GUIDELINES ON THE REFUND/ REVALIDATION OF Nov 23 1995
        PASSENGER TICKETS FOR INTERISLAND VESSELS, DECORUM
        OF THE CARRIER AND ITS EMPLOYEES, AND DELAYED AND
        UNFINISHED VOYAGE

113     MC IN COMPLIANCE WITH COMELEC RESOLUTION NO. 2805 Nov 23 1995
        RELATIVE TO "DEPUTATION OF CERTAIN GOVERNMENT
        DEPARTMENTS AND AGENCIES, THEIR OFFICIALS AND
        EMPLOYEES INCLUDING THE ARMED FORCES OF THE
        PHILIPPINES, IN CONNECTION WITH THE MAR 4, 1996 ELECTION
        (ARMM)

114     PREVENTIVE SAFETY MEASURES AND OTHER CONCERNS       Nov 23 1995


115     COMELEC RESOLUTION NO. 2825 RELATIVE TO THE Aug 28 1996
        SANGUNIANG KABATAAN (SK) ELECTIONS SCHEDULED ON MAY
        1996

116     LIFTING OF AGE RESTRICTION OF VESSELS REGISTERED Sep 09 1990
      UNDER PD 760/886/1711


117   RULES AND REGULATIONS TO IMPLEMENT THE PROVISIONS Aug 28 1996
      OF EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 213 (DEREGULATING DOMESTIC
      SHIPPING RATES)

118   ENFORCEMENT OF COMELEC RESOLUTION NO. 2899 DATED 04 Apr 30 1997
      MAR 1997

119   REVISED SCHEDULE OF FEES AND CHARGES                  May 30 1997


120   MARITIME OFFENSES AND THEIR CORRESPONDING PENALTIES May 30 1997


121   POLICY GUIDELINES IN THE REGULATION OF HIGH SPEED Jul 29 1997
      CRAFT

122   IMPLEMENTATION    OF   THE   INTERNATIONAL    SAFETY Jul 29 1997
      MANAGEMENT ( ISM) CODE

123   WEARING OF LIFEJACKETS DURING BOARDING AND/OR PRIOR Aug 26 1997
      TO DEPARTURE BY ALL PASSENGER VESSELS WITH OPEN-
      DECK ACCOMMODATION

124   REVISED CLASSIFICATION REQUIREMENTS FOR VESSELS IN Aug 26 1997
      THE DOMESTIC TRADE

125   ADOPTION OF THE PASSENGER SERVICE RATING SYSTEM Aug 26 1997
      (PSRS) AND GENERAL PROVISIONS FOR IMPLEMENTATION.

126   REVISED GUIDELINES ON THE ISSUANCE OF ENDORSEMENT Oct 02 1997
      OF CERTIFICATES IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE 1978 STCW
      CONVENTION

127   GUIDELINES ON THE ISSUANCE OF STCW ENDORSEMENT Feb 18 1998
      CERTIFICATES TO SEAFARERS PROMOTED ONBOARD
      SEAGOING SHIPS IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE 1978 STCW
      CONVENTION

128   REVISED GUIDELINES FOR TANKERS AND BARGES CARRYING Feb 18 1998
      OIL AND PETROLEUM PRODUCTS

129   RULES ON THE ISSUANCE OF CERTIFICATES AND Jul 15 1998
      ENDORSEMENTS FOR NEW ENTRANTS IN ACCORDANCE WITH
      THE INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION ON STANDARDS OF
      TRAINING,  CERTIFICATION    AND  WATCHKEEPING FOR
      SEAFARERS (STCW), 1978, AS AMENDED

130   RULES ON THE ISSUANCE OF CERTIFICATES AND Jul 15 1998
      ENDORSEMENTS FOR EXISTING SEAFARERS IN ACCORDANCE
      WITH THE INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION ON STANDARDS OF
      TRAINING,  CERTIFICATION AND   WATCHKEEPING   FOR
      SEAFARERS (STCW), 1978, AS AMENDED


131   RULES ON THE DEPLOYMENT OF SEAFARERS ON BOARD Jul 15 1998
      PHILIPPINE-REGISTERED SHIPS PLYING IN INTERNATIONAL
      WATERS.

132   RULES ON THE GRANT OF DISPENSATION TO SEAFARERS Jul 15 1998
      ONBOARD PHILIPPINE-REGISTERED SEAGOING SHIPS

133   REVISED DEFINITION OF NEAR-COASTAL VOYAGES UNDER Jul 15 1998
      THE   PHILIPPINE    MERCHANT  MARINE  RULES  AND
      REGULATIONS, 1997 (PMMRR '97)

134   MINIMUM SERVICE STANDARDS FOR MOTORBANCAS BELOW Sep 17 1998
      20 GROSS TONS

135   RULES ON THE IMPLEMENTATION OF VOICE TAPE ON THE Sep 17 1998
      SAFETY FEATURES OF A VESSEL

136   AMENDMENT OF MC NO. 72 ON THE RULES ON THE Sep 17 1998
      IMPLEMENTATION OF 10-MINUTE FILM ON THE SAFETY
      FEATURES OF A VESSEL

137   AMENDMENT TO CHAPTER XVII OF THE PHILIPPNE MERCHANT Oct 06 1998
      MARINE RULES AND REGULATIONS (PMMRR) 1997 ON
      MINIMUM SAFE MANNING FOR SEAGOING SHIPS IN
      INTERNATIUONAL TRADE.

138   RULES ON THE GRANT OF DIS PENSATION ON SEAFARERS ON Oct 15 1998
      BOARD VESSELS OPERATING IN THE DOMESTIC TRADE

139   DEPUTIZATION FOR PURPOSES OF IMPLEMENTING            AND Oct 15 1998
      ENFORCING MARITIME SAFETY RULES AND REGULATION

140   AMENDMENT   OF   M.C.   NO.   125   TRANSACTION   PERIOD Dec 17 1998
      PROVIDED

141   GUIDELINES FOR THE CONDUCT OF HARB OR PILOTS Dec 17 1998
      EXAMINATION AND ISSUANCE OF LICENSE

142   AMENDING MEMORANDUM CIRCULAR NO. 79 BY DELETING THE Feb 11 1999
      ―EXCLUSIVE REQUIREMENT‖ FOR DOMESTIC SHIPPING
      BUSINESS

143   RULES    AND    REGULATIONS TO IMPLEMENT  THE 03 Jun 1999
      INTERNATIONAL SAFETY MANAGEMENT (ISM) CODE IN
      DOMESTIC SHIPPING

144   PRO-POOR REDUCED VESSEL FEES                             Jun 11 1999


145   RULES IN THE IMPLEMENTATION OF REGULATION I/6 OF THE Jun 11 1999
      PHILIPPINE MERCHANT MARINE RULES AND REGULATIONS
      (PMMRR) 1997 AND IN THE CONDUCT OF UNDERWATER
      SURVEYS FOR CLASSED PASSENGER AND CARGO OR
      COMBINATION CARGO-PASSENGER VESSELS AND NON-
      CLASSED PASSENGER AND CARGO VESSELS

146   NEW FEES AND CHARGES                                    Jun 03 1999


147   RULES ON COMPLIANCE WITH CLEARANCE REQUIREMENTS Jun 03 1999
      FOR VEHICLES, ANIMALS, PLANTS, FOREST PRODUCTS, FISH
      AND AQUATIC PRODUCTS, MINERALS AND MINERAL
      PRODUCTS, AND TOXIC AND HAZARDOUS MATERIALS TO BE
      LOADED ONBOARD INTERISLAND SHIPS

148   AMENDMENTS TO CHAPTER XVIII OF THE PHILIPPINE Jun 03 1999
      MERCHANT MARINE RULES AND REGULATIONS (PMMRR)
      1997 ON MINIMUM SAFE MANNING FOR SHIPS IN THE
      DOMESTIC TRADE

149   AMENDMENT OF M. C. 40/40-A RE: INCREASED COMPULSORY Jun 03 1999
      PASSENGER INSURANCE COVERAGE TO P100,000.00 PER
      PASSENGER

150   INTRODUCTION OF A SECOND CLASS, NON-AIRCONDITIONED Aug 10 1999
      PASSENGER ACCOMODATION AND PRESCRIBING MINIMUM
      SERVICE STANDARDS

151   REVISED GUIDELINES ON THE ISSUANCE OF ENDORSEMENT Nov 05 1999
      OF CERTIFICATES IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE 1978 STCW
      CONVENTION

152   AMENDMENTS TO CHAPTER I, REGULATIONS I/6 OF THE Dec 16 1999
      PHILIPPINE MERCHANT MARINE RULES AND REGULATIONS
      (PMMRR) 1997 ON INSPECTION, DRYDOCKING AND STATUTORY
      CERTIFICATES

153   REVISED   RULES    &   REGULATIONS     IMPLEMENTING Dec 16 1999
      DEREGULATION OF DOMESTIC SHIPPING RATES

154   REITERATION OF SAFETY-RELATED POLICIES / GUIDELINES /
      RULES & REGULATIONS FOR GUIDANCE AND STRICT
      COMPLIANCE

155   GUIDELINES ON THE RECOGNITION OF ORGANIZATIONS
      ACTING ON BEHALF OF THE ADMINISTRATION IN THE
      IMPLEMENTATION OF THE ISM CODE FOR PHILIPPINE
      SHIPPING COMPANIES AND THEIR SHIPS

156   AMENDING THE SCHEDULE OF FEES ON VESSEL LAY-UP Sep 06 2000
      UNDER MEMORANDUM CIRCULAR NO.119

157   EXTENSION OF THE VALIDITY OF THE PRO-POOR REDUCED Sep 06 2000
      VESSEL FEES UNDER MC NO.144
158   ADOPTION OF THE CARGO SERVICE RATING SYSTEM               Sep 06 2000


159   ADOPTION OF A NATIONAL SAFETY MANAGEMENT CODE AND Nov 16 2000
      PROVIDING   RULES     AND  REGULATIONS   FOR   ITS
      IMPLEMENTATION IN THE DOMESTIC SHIPPING

160                                                             Nov 16 2000


161   REVISED RULES AND REGULATIONS TO IMPLEMENT EO 185 ON Nov 16 2000
      OPENING THE DOMESTIC WATER TRANSPORT INDUSTRY TO
      NEW OPERATORS AND INVESTORS

162   NEW FEES AND CHARGES                                      Mar 15 2001


163   REVISED RULES ON THE ISSUANCE OF A SEAFARER‘S Mar 15 2001
      IDENTIFICATION AND RECORD BOOK (SIRB)

164   RULES GOVERNING THE ADOPTION AND IMPLEMENTATION OF Mar 15 2001
      A QUALIFICATION DOCUMENT CERTIFICATION SYSTEM I N THE
      DOMESTIC TRADE

165   RULES ON THE ACCREDITATION OF CLASSIFICATION Mar 15 2001
      SOCIETIES AND     ENTITIES FOR THE PURPOSE OF
      CLASSIFICATION OF SHIPS IN THE DOMESTIC TRADE

166   RULES ON THE UTILIZATION     OF    DOMESTIC    SHIPS   IN Jun 13 2001
      OVERSEAS TRADE/OPERATION

167   EXTENSIOPN OF THE VALIDITY OF THE PRO-POOR REDUCED Dec 13 2001
      VESSEL FEES FROM 01 JUL 2001 TO 30 JUN 2002
168   MANDATORY SHIP REPORTING SYSTEM                           Dec 13 2001


169   STREAMLINED CHECKLIST OF DOCUMENTARY REQUIREMNTS Dec 13 2001
      AND RATIONLAIZED STANDARD PROCESSING TIME

170   RULES ON THE CONDUCT OF EXAMINATION AND ISSUANCE OF Dec 13 2001
      LICENSE TO MAJOR PATRONS, MINOR PATRONS, BOAT
      CAPTAINS, AND MARINE DIESEL MECHANICS

171   RULES ON THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE RECURRENCY Dec 13 2001
      TRAINING ON SAFE NAVIGATION (SAFENAV) AND COLLISION
      REGULATION (COLREG) FOR MASTERS AND CHIEF MATES
      NAVIGATING SHIPS FOR DOMESTIC VOYAGES

172   PERMANENT IMPLEMENTATION OF THE PRO-POOR VESSEL Jun 28 2002
      FEES

173   AMENDMENTS TO MEMORANDUM          CIRCULAR    NO.171   ON Jun 28 2002
      RECURRENCY TRAINING
 174     RULES ON THE ACCREDITATION OF MARITIME TRAINING Jun 28 2002
         CENTERS IN THE CONDUCT OF TRAINING PROGRAMS FOR
         SEAFARERS

 175     MANDATORY DISPLAY OF THE MAXIMUM AUTHORIZED Jun 28 2002
         PASSENGER CAPACITY FOR PASSENGER-CARRYING MOTOR
         BANCAS WITH OPEN-DECK ACCOMMODATION AND SIMILAR
         WATERCRAFTS

 176     WEARING OR HOLDING OF LIFEJACKETS BY PASSENGERS OF Oct 07 2002
         MOTORIZED BANCAS AND SIMILAR WATER TRANSPORT
         CARRYING PASSENGERS

 177     REGULATIONS AMENDING CHAPTER XV OF THE 1997 PMMR ON Oct 07 2002
         THE                REGISTRATION, DOCUMENTATION AND
         LICENSING OF SHIPS

 178     AMMENDMENTS TO MEMORANDUM CIRCULAR NO. 152 ON THE Oct 07 2002
         MANDATORY DRYDOCKING OF SHIPS

 179     ISSUANCE OF THE MINIMUM SAFE MANNING CERTIFICATE FOR Oct 07 2002
         PHILIPPINE-REGISTERED SHIPS/ FISHING VESSELS OPERATING
         IN PHILIPPINE WATERS OR TEMPORARILY UTILIZED IN
         OVERSEAS TRADE/ INTERNATIONAL WATERS

 180     RULES TO GOVERN PASSENGER MANIFESTS ON BOARD Nov 09 2002
         PHILIPPINE REGISTERED PASSENGER SHIPS

 181     RULES IN THE ACCREDITATION OF SHIPPING COMPANIES FOR Jan 22 2003
         PURPOSES      OF   ACQUIRING/OPERATING    PHILIPPINE-
         REGISTERED SHIPS FOR INTERNATIONAL VOYAGES UNDER
         REGULATION XV OF THE PHILIPPINE MERCHANT MARINE
         RULES AND REGULATIONS (PMMRR), 1997

 182     RULES IN THE ACQUISITION OF SHIPS UNDER PRESIDENTIAL Jan 22 2003
         DECREE (PD) 760, AS AMENDED, AND PROVIDING HEREWITH
         THE IMPLEMENTING RULES UNDER CHAPTER XV OF THE 1997
         PHILIPPINE MERCHANT MARINE RULES AND REGULATIONS
         (PMMRR)    ON   REGISTRATION,   DOCUMENTATION   AND
         LICENSING OF SHIPS FOR INTERNATIONAL VOYAGES

 183     REVISED SCHEDULE OF FEES AND CHARGES                  Jan 22 2003

(Annex
  A)

 184     REVISED RULES GOVERNING MANDATORY COVER AGAINST Feb 21 2003
         CIVIL LIABILITY FOR OIL POLLUTION DAMAGE

 185     RULES    ON    THE  ACCREDITATION OF   TRAINING May 16 2003
         CENTERS/ENTITIES WHICH SHALL OFFER COURSES ON
         MARITIME SECURITY
 186      RULES ON THE ACCREDITATION OF MARITIME ENTERPRISES         Jul 09 2003


 187      REVISED RULES ON ANNUAL SUPERVISION FEE                    Jul 09 2003


 188      REVISED RULES ON THE MANDATORY SUBMISSION            OF Jul 09 2003
          ANNUAL REPORT OF FINANCES AND OPERATIONS

 189      RULES PROVIDING INDEMNITY OF P100,000.00 TO EACH Jul 09 2003
          UNMANIFESTED      PASSENGER    ONBOARD PASSENGER-
          CARRYING SHIPS IN THE DOMESTIC TRADE

 190      RULES ON THE PROGRESSIVE/GRADUAL PHASE OUT OF Aug 11 2003
          WOODEN-HULLED SHIPS IN THE DOMESTIC TRADE
(Annex)

 191      RULES IN THE CONDUCT OF DRUG AND ALCOHOL TESTING OF Aug 11 2003
          ALL SEAFARERS AND OTHER PERSONNEL SERVING ONBOARD
          SHIPS ENGAGED IN THE DOMESTIC TRADE

 192      REPEAL OF MARINA MEMORANDUM CIRCULAR NO. 189, SERIES Aug 11 2003
          OF 2003 (RE: RULES PROVIDING INDEMNITY OF P100,000.00
          TO    EACH    UNMANIFESTED    PASSENGER     ONBOARD
          PASSENGER-CARRYING SHIPS IN THE DOMESTIC TRADE)
 193      RULES ON THE IMPLEMENTATION OF MARITIME SECURITY Aug 11 2003
          MEASURES FOR PHILIPPINE-REGISTERED SHIPS ENGAGED IN
          INTERNATIONAL VOYAGES

 194      RULES ON THE PROVISION/INSTALLATION OF SHIP SECURITY Aug 11 2003
          EQUIPMENT

 195      AMENDMENT TO MEMORANDUM CIRCULAR NO. 153 ON
          THE REVISED RULES AND REGULATIONS IMPLEMENTING
          DEREGULATION OF DOMESTIC SHIPPING RATES

 196      RULES ON THE INTRODUCTION OF RECLINING SEAT                Dec 15 2003
          ACCOMMODATION ON PASSENGER-CARRYING SHIPS             IN
                THE INTER-ISLAND TRADE

 197      REVISED RULES TO RATIONALIZE LIFE SAVING APPLIANCES
          REQUIREMENTS UNDER CHAPTER IX OF THE PMMRR 1997
(Annex
  A)

 198      RULES ON   UPDATING   THE   PHILIPPINE   DOMESTIC   SHIP Feb 23 2004
          REGISTRY

 199      REVISED CLASS REQUIREMENT FOR PHILIPPINE-REGISTERED Jun 16 2004
          DOMESTIC SHIPS

 200      RULES ON THE ISSUANCE AND            MAINTENANCE OF Jun 16 2004
          CONTINUOUS SYNOPSIS RECORD           FOR    PHILIPPINE-
       REGISTERED SHIPS ENGAGED IN INTERNATIONAL VOYAGES


 201   RULES AND REGULATIONS TO IMPLEMENT REPUBLIC ACT        Nov 12 2004
       NO. 9301, ―AN ACT AMENDING CERTAIN PROVISIONS OF
       REPUBLIC ACT NO. 7471, ENTITLED ‗AN ACT TO PROMOTE THE
       DEVELOPMENT OF PHILIPPINE OVERSEAS SHIPPING‘ AND FOR
       OTHER PURPOSES

 202   AMENDMENT TO MEMORANDUM CIRCULAR NO. 187, REVISED Nov 12 2004
       RULES ON ANNUAL SUPERVISION FEE

 203   RULES GOVERNING THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE SHIP Jan 19 2005
       SAFETY INSPECTION SYSTEM (SSIS)

 204   ASSUMPTION OF FUNCTIONS UNDER R.A. 9295                 Apr 21 2005


 205   AMENDING MEMORANDUM CIRCULAR NO. 203 ON THE RULES Apr 21 2005
       IN GOVERNING THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE SHIP SAFETY
       INSPECTION

2005-01 REVISED SCHEDULE OF FEES AND CHARGES                   Oct 19 2005


2005-01 REVISED SCHEDULE OF FEES AND CHARGES                   Jan 20 2006
Erratum

2005-02 RULES AMENDING CHAPTER XV, REGULATION 8 OF THE 1997
        PMMR ON THE OFFICIAL NUMBER AND MARKING OF SHIPS AND
        PROVIDING FOR ITS ANNUAL VALIDATION

2006-01 RULES ON ACCREDITATION OF MANUFACTURERS/ SUPPLIERS/ Dec 28 2005
        SERVICING ENTITIES OF LIFE-SAVING AND OTHER SAFETY-
        RELATED APPLIANCES/ EQUIPMENT

2006-02 REVISED SCHEDULE OF FEES AND CHARGES FOR OVERSEAS Feb 16 2006
        SHIPPING SECTOR

2006-03 REVISED GUIDELINES IN THE ACCREDITATION OF DOMESTIC Feb 16 2006
        SHIPPING ENTERPTISES OR ENTITIES

2006-04 AMENDMENT TO MARINA CIRCULAR NO. 2006-01 ON THE Feb 16 2006
        RULES ON ACCREDITATION OF MANUFACTURERS/ SUPPLIERS/
        SERVICING ENTITIES OF LIFE-SAVING AND OTHER SAFETY
        RELATED APPLIANCES/ EQUIPMENT

2006-05 RULES IN THE ISSUANCE AND MAINTENANCE OF CONTINUOUS Feb 16 2006
        SYNOPSIS RECORD FOR PHILIPPINE DOMESTIC SHIPS

2006-06 REVISED GUIDELINES IN THE ISSUANCE OF SPECIAL PERMIT Oct 06 2006
        (SP) TO OPERATE SHIPS IN THE DOMESTIC TRADE DUE TO
        MERITORIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES
2007-01 RULES TO IMPLEMENT DOUBLE HULL REQUIREMENTUNDER Sep 18 2006
        MARPOL 73/78, ANNEX I, AS AMENDED, ON OIL TANKERS
        OPERATING IN PHILIPPINE DOMESTIC WATERS

2007-02 AMENDED IMPLEMENTING RULES AND REGULSTIONS ON THE Aug 30 2007
        REGISTRATION OF SHIP BUILDERS, SHIP REPAIRERS, A FLOAT
        SHIP REPAIRERS/ SERVICE CONTRACTORS AND BOAT
        BUILDERS/ REPAIRERS

2007-03 RULES AND REGULATION ON LOAD LINE SURVEY, Aug 29 2007
        ASSIGNMENT, MARKING AND CERTIFICATION FOR PHILIPINE
        REGISTERED DOMESTIC SHIPS

2007-04 RULES AND REGULASTIONS ON THE ADMEASUREMENT/ RE- Aug 29 2007
        ADMEASUREMENT OF PHILIPPINE-REGISTERED DOMESTIC
        SHIPS

2007-05 RULES AND REGULATION ON STABILITY REQUIREMENT FOR Aug 29 2007
        PHILIPPINE- REGISTERD DOMESTIC SHIPS

2008-01 RULES GOVERNING THE CARRIAGE OF DANGEROUS AND / OR Nov 08 2007
        HAZARDOUS CARGOES GOODS IN PACKAGED FORM FOR
        SHIPS PLYING THE DOMESTIC TRADE

2008-02 RULES TO IMPLEMENT THE MASTER‘S OATH OF SAFE VOYAGE Nov 08 2007
        (MOSV)

2008-03 RULES AND REGULATIONS TO IMPLEMENT THE CODE OF SAFE Nov 08 2007
        PRACTICE FOR CARGO STOWAGE AND SECURING IN
        DOMESTIC SHIPPING

2008-04 REVISED RULES ON THE ISSUANCE OF ENHANCED Nov 08 2007
        SEAFARER‘S IDENTIFICATION AND RECORD BOOK (SIRB)

2008-05 RULES ON THE COLLECTION OF ANNUAL TONNAGE FEE        Apr 19 2007

2008-06 NEW AND RATIONALIZED FEES AND CHARGES                Apr 19 2007




     B. MARINA Advisory




     C. Flag State Administration Advisories

FSAA / MA                      PARTICULARS                      DATE
   No.
1    LIST  OF   ORGANIZATIONS       ERCOGNIZED       BY   THE Aug 12 1997
     ADMINISTRATION
2    PHILIPPINE MERCHANT MARINE RULES AND REGULATIONS Jan 22 1998
     1997
3    BEHAVIOR OF SEAFARERS TRANSACTING WITH THE FLAG
     ADMINISTRATION
4    NOTICE TO    ALL    PHILIPPINE      OVERSEAS    SHIPPING Feb 02 1998
     COMPANIES
5    CARRIAGE OF CARGO SECURING MANUAL ON BOARD May 25 1998
     SHIPS
6    COMPLIANCE WITH THE INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION ON Jun 16 1998
     CIVIL LIABILITY FOR OIL POLLUTION DAMAGE, 1992
     (CLC,1992)
7    COMPLIANCE WITH THE INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION ON Jul 06 1998
     CIVIL LIABILITY FOR OIL POLLUTION DAMAGE, 1992
     (CLC,1992)
8    IMPLEMENTATION     OF   THE   ISM   CODE   IN   DOMESTIC Oct 06 1998
     SHIPPING
9    EXEMPTION FROM COMPLIANCE/EXTENSION OF PERIOD TO Jan 19 1999
     COMPLY WITH THE GLOBAL MARITIME DISTRESS AND
     SAFETY SYSTEMS (GMDSS)
10   USE / INSTALLATION OF MONITORING CAMERAS ON BOARD Feb 09 1999
     PASSENGER-CARRYING VESSELS OPERATING IN THE
     DOMESTIC TRADE
11   YEAR 2000 COMPLAINCE AWARENESS                            Apr 12 1999

12   COMPLIANCE TO RA 8747—YEAR 2000 READNESS ACT              Aug 06 1999

13   Y2K CONTINGENCY PLAN                                      Dec 31 1999

14   HIGH INCIDENCE OF STOWAWAYS AT THE PORTS OF THE Mar 06 2000
     DOMINICAN REPUBLIC
15   REGULATIONS GOVERNING THE OPERATION OF HIGH Oct 23 2000
     SPEED CRAFTS
16   FULL IMPLEMENTATION OF THE INTERNATIONAL SAFETY Oct 24 2000
     MANAGEMENT (ISM) CODE BY 01 JUL 2002
17   PREVENTING AND SUPPRESSING ACTS OF PIRACY AND Nov 16 2000
     ARMED ROBBERY AGAINST SHIPS
18   MEASURES TO ENSUE SAFETY OF THE RIDING PUBLIC             Jan 02 2001

19   ALERT ACTIONS ON VESSELS INVOLVED IN                 RICE Oct 19 2001
     SMUGGLING AND OTHER NEFARIOUS ACTIVITIES
20   SPECIAL AUTHORITY TO OPERATE PASSENGER AND/OR Dec 19 2001
     CARGO LINER VESSELS DURING CHRISTMAS AND NEW
     YEAR HOLIDAYS FROM DEC 22-31, 2001 TO 01 JAN 2002
21   WEARING OF LIFEJACEKT DURING BOARDING AND PRIOR Dec 27 2001
     TO DEPARTURE BY ALL PASSENGERS OF VESSELS IN THE
     DOMESTIC TRADE
22   IMPLEMENTATIN AND ENFORCEMENT OF THE EXCKUSION Jan 24 2002
     AND SAFETY ZONES ESTABLISHED UNDER PROCLAMATION
     NO. 72
23   IMPLEMETATION OF THE CODE OF SAFE PRACTICE FOR Feb 15 2002
     CARGO STOWAGE AND SECURING IN DOMESTIC SHIPPING
24   SPECIAL AUTHORITY TO OPERATE PASSENGER AND/OR Mar 15 2002
     CARGO LINER VESSELS DURING LENTEN SEASON FROM 22
     MAR TO 01 APR 2002
25   COMPULSORY / MANADATORY WEARING / HOLDING OF Apr 15 2002
     LIFEJACKETS FOR PASSENGERS
26   EFFECTIVITY    OF THE 2000 AMENDMENTS TO THE Jun 28 2002
     INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION FOR THE SAFETY OF LIFE AT
     SEA (SOLAS) 1974, AS AMENDED
27   ADDITIONAL MEASURES TO ENSURE THE SAFETY AND Oct 22 2002
     SECURITY
28   SPECIAL AUTHORITY TO OEPRATE PASSENGER        AND/OR Oct 21 2002
     CARGO LINER SHIPS DURING HOLIDAY SEASON
29   AMENDMENT TO MARINA MC NO 159 ON COVERAGE             Nov 12 2002

30   CROWD/CRISIS MANAGEMENT AND HUMA BEHAVIOR Nov 13 2002
     TRAINING ON PASSENGER AND RO-RO PASSENGER SHIPS
     AND TRAINING ON DECK AND ENDINE WATCHKEEPING
31   ADDENDUM TO MARINA MC NO 143 ON COVERAGE              Nov 12 2002

32   MARINA-PCG-PPA JOINT SHIP SAFETY INSPECTION           Dec 10 2002

33   IMPLEMENTATION OF SHIPBOARD MARINE POLLUTION Feb 12 2003
     EMERGENCY PLAN FOR NOXIOUS LIQUID SUBSTANCES

34   REITERATION OF FLAG STATE ADMINISTRATION ADVISORY Mar 20 2003
     NO. 027, SERIES OF 2002 ON THE ADDITIONAL MEASURES
     TO ENSURE THE SAFETY AND SECURITY OF OUR SHIPS,
     THEIR PASSENGERS AND CARGOES

35   REITERATION OF FLAG STATE ADMINISTRATION ADVISORY Mar 20 2003
     NO. 027, SERIES OF 2002 ON THE ADDITIONAL MEASURES
     TO ENSURE THE SAFETY AND SECURITY OF OUR SHIPS,
     THEIR PASSENGERS AND CARGOES

36   CONTINGENCY MEASURES IN CASE OF THE OUTBREAK OF Mar 20 2003
     WAR IN IRAQ

37   GUIDANCE ON THE IMPLEMENTATION OF MARINA Apr 27 2003
     MEMORANDUM CIRCULAR (MC) NO. 159, OTHERWISE
     KNOWN AS THE NATIONAL SAFETY MANAGEMENT CODE
38   REVISED FLAG ADVISORY ON THE SPECIAL AUTHORITY TO Apr 28 2003
     OPERATE PASSENGER AND/OR CARGO LINER SHIPS
     DURING HOLIDAY SEASON
39   GUIDANCE ON THE IMPLEMENTATION OF MARINA Apr 28 2003
     MEMORANDUM CIRCULAR (MC) NO. 179 ON THE ISSUANCE
     ON THE MINIMUM SAFE MANNING CERTIFICATE FOR
     PHILIPPINE-REGISTERED   SHIPS/   FISHING  VESSELS
     OPERATING IN PHILIPINE WATERS OR TEMPORARILY
     UTILIZED IN OVERSEAS TRADE/INTERNATIONAL WATERS
40   INDEMNITY OF    P100,000   TO   EACH   UNMANIFESTED May 29 2003
     PASSENGER
41   REVISED CHART OF ACCOUNTS                             Mar 28 2003

42   DRUG AND ALCOHOL TESTING OF ALL SEAFARERS
     SERVING ONBOARD PASSENGER-CARRYING SHIPS IN THE
     DOMESTIC TRADE
43   PROGRESSIVE RETIREMENT OF PASSENGER CARRYING
     WOODEN-HULLED SHIPS IN THE DOMESTIC TRADE
44   MANDATORY FILLING – UP BY ALL PASSENGERS IN THE Jul 08 2003
     DOMESTIC TRADE OF A HEALTH CHECKLIST FORM
45   EXTENSION OF MORATORIUM ON COMPLIANCE WITH Jul 16 2003
     CERTAIN LIFE-SAVING APPLIANCES REQUIRED UNDER
     PMMRR
46   REVISED  CLASS   REQUIREMENT       FOR    PHILIPPINE- Aug 13 2003
     REGISTERED DOMESTIC SHIPS
47   EXTENSION OF MORATORIUM ON COMPLIANCE WITH
     CERTAIN LIFE-SAVING APPLIANCES REQUIRED UNDER
     PMMRR
48   DEFFERMENT OF THE IMPLEMENTATION OF MARINA Oct 14 2003
     MEMORANDUM CIRCULAR NO. 190 (RULES ON THE
     PROGRESSIVE/GRADUAL PHASE-OUT OF WOODEN-HULLED
     SHIPS IN THE DOMESTIC TRADE)

49   INTRODUCTION AND USE OF RECLINING SEATS IN THE Nov 03 2003
     SECOND    CLASS      AIR-CONDITONED  PASSENGER
     ACCOMODATION     OF  PASSENGER-CARRYING   SHIPS
     ENGAGED IN THE DOMESTIC TRADE

50   SECURITY MEASURES TO PROJECT CRITICAL                 Dec 04 2003
     INFRASTRUCTURES.


51   ADDITIONAL MEASURES TO ENSURE THE SAFETY AND Dec 16 2003
     SECURITY OF OUR SHIPS, THEIR PASSENGERS AND
     CARGOES
52   EFFECTIVITY OF THE 2001 and 2002 AMENDMENTS TO THE Dec 16 2003
     INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION FOR THE SAFETY OF LIFE AT
     SEA (SOLAS), 1974, AS AMENDED
53   NATIONAL REGISTRATION OF OFFICERS FOR SHIPS OF 3
     GT TO 500 GT OPERATING IN THE DOMESTIC TRADE

54   RECOGNIZED   SECURITY    ORGANIZATIONS    IN  THE Jan 23 2004
     IMPLEMENTATION OF THE INTERNATIONAL SHIP AND PORT
          FACILITY SECURITY (ISPS) CODE.


  55      COMELEC RESOLUTION NO. 6498 PERTAINING TO THE MAY Jan 28 2004
          10, 2004 NATIONAL AND LOCAL ELECTIONS.

  56      REITERATION OF SECURITY MEASURES TO COMBAT Jan 29 2004
          TERORISM AS EMBODIED IN FLAG STATE ADMINISTRATION
          ADVISORY NOS. 18,27,34,50 & 51

  57      DESIGNATION OF MARITIME MARSHALS AND REITERATION Mar 10 2004
          OF SECURITY MEASURES ONBOARD PASSENEGR AND
          PASSENGER-CARGO SHIPS IN THE DOMESTIC TRADE.

  58      STRICTLY IMPLEMENTATION OF BAN ON IMPORT OF May 12 2004
          PRIOHIBITED PRODUCTS, OUIL BUNKERING AND OTHER
          ACTS AT THE PORTS OF NIGERIA

  59      CONTINUES SYNOPSIS RECORD ONBOARD PHILIPPINES May 12 2004
          SHIPS ENGAGED IN THE INTERNATIONAL VOAYAGES

  60      EXTENSION OF NATIONAL REGISTRATION OF OFFICERS May 28 2004
          FOR THE SHIPS OF 3 GT TO 500 GT OPERATING IN THE
          DOMESTIC SHIPS

  61      ONE YEAR MORATORIUM ON THE ISSUANCE OF NEW Jul 14 2004
          COMMERCIAL FISHING VESSEL AND GEAR LICENSE
          (CFVGL)

  62      REVISED FLAG ADVISORY ON THE SPECIAL AUTHORITY TO Sep 10 2004
          OPERATE PASSENGER AND/OR CARGO LINER SHIPS
          DURING HOLDAY SEASON

  63      QUARTERLY SUBMISSION OF PROOF OF PAYMENT OF Oct 13 2004
          TAXES

  64      ACCEPTANCE AND PROCESSING OF APPLICATION FOR 2005
          ISSUANCE OF CERTIFICATE OF PUBLIC CONVENIENCE
          (CPC) UNDER RA 9295

2005-01   INITIAL LIST OF MISSIONARY ROUTES PURSUANT TO
          SECTION 10, RULE IV OF THE IMPLEMENTING RULES AND
          REGULATIONS (IRR) OF REPUBLIC ACT (RA) NO. 9295

2006-03   PASIG RIVER FERRY OPERATIONS

2006-04   SUSPENSION OF MARINA MEMORANDUM CIRCULAR NOS. Sep 19 2006
          171, 173 AND FLAG STATE ADMINISTRATION ADVISORY NO.
          30 ON THE REQUIRED RECURRENCY TRAINING FOR
          SEAFARERS ONBOARD SHIPS ENGAGED IN THE DOMESTIC
          TRADE
2006-05   QUALIFICATION   DOCUMENT      CERTIFICATE   (QDC) Sep 19 2006
          REQUIREMENT OF ALL DOMESTIC – GOING SEAFARERS
          WITH   WATCHKEEPING    DUTIES,  THEIR    REQUIRED
          TRAININGS AND THE TRAINING REQUIREMENTS OF SHIP
          PERSONNEL OTHER THAN THE OFFICERS AND CREW WITH
          WATCHKEEPING DUTIES
2007-01   APPLIACTION FOR AUTHOPRITY TO ALLOW MARINE Jan 23 2007
          SURVEYORS,        SUPERCARGOES,   SHIPOWNER
          REPRESENTATIVES AND OTHER PERSONS ONBOARD
          SHIPS IN THE DOMESTIC TRADE

2008-01   COVERAGE OF MEMORANDUM CIRCULAR NO. 2007 – 01 ON Jan 08 2008
          THE DOUBLE HULL REQUIREMENTS FOR TANKERS
          CARRYING HEAVY GRADE OIL AND OTHER PERSISTENT
          OILS

2008-02   COTINUED IMPLEMENTATION OF THE MARINA-PCG MOA OF Jan 15 2008
          2005

2008-03   IMPLEMENTATION   OF        RECENTLY      APPROVED Jan 22 2008
          MEMMORANDUM CIRCULARS

2008-04   DEFERMENT OF IMPLEMENTATION OF MARINA CIRCULARS

2008-05   IMPLEMENTATION OF THE REVISED RULES ON THE Feb 26 2008
          ISSUANCE OF ENHANCED SEAFARER‘S IDENTIFICATION
          AND RECORD BOOK (SIRB)

2008-06   IMPLEMENTATION OF IMO RESOLUTION A.955(23) – Mar 14 2008
          AMENDMENTS TO THE PRINCIPLES OF SAFE MANNING
          RESOLUTION A.890(21)
2008-07   EXTENSION OF OPERATION FOR SOME SINGLE HULL Apr 23 2008
          TANKERS/BARGES; PENALTY FOR NON-COMPLIANCE;
          MEMORANDUM CIRCULAR NO 2007-001




    D. Department Orders




    E. Republic Acts

RA No.                       PARTICULARS                       DATE OF
                                                              APPROVAL
 6713     AN ACT ESTABLISHING A CODE OF CONDUCT AND ETHICAL Apr 21 1989
          STANDARDS FOR PUBLIC OFFICIALS AND EMPLOYEES, TO
          UPHOLD THE TIME-HONORED PRINCIPLE OF PUBLIC
          OFFICE BEING A PUBLIC TRUST, GRANTING INCENTIVES
          AND REWARDS FOR EXEMPLARY SERVICE, ENUMERATING
       PROHIBITED ACTS AND TRANSACTIONS AND PROVIDING
       PENALTIES FOR VIOLATIONS THEREOF AND FOR OTHER
       PURPOSES


6957   AN ACT AUTHORIZING THE FINANCING, CONSTRUCTION, Jul 09 1990
       OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE OF INFRASTRUCTURE
       PROJECTS BY THE PRIVATE SECTOR AND FOR OTHER
       PURPOSES

7042   AN ACT TO PROMOTE FOREIGN INVESTMENTS, PRESCRIBE Jun 13 1991
       THE PROCEDURES FOR REGISTERING ENTERPRISES
       DOING BUSINESS IN THE PHILIPPINES, AND FOR OTHER
       PURPOSES

7227   AN ACT      ACCELERATING THE CONVERSION OF Mar 13 1992
       MILITARY RESERVATIONS INTO OTHER PRODUCTIVE USES,
       CREATING THE BASES CONVERSION AND DEVELOPMENT
       AUTHORITY FOR THIS PURPOSE, PROVIDING FUNDS
       THEREFOR AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES

7353   AN ACT PROVIDING FOR THE CREATION, ORGANIZATION Apr 02 1992
       AND OPERATION OF RURAL BANKS, AND FOR OTHER
       PURPOSES


7660   AN ACT RATIONALIZING FURTHER THE STRUCTURE AND
       ADMINISTRATION OF THE DOCUMENTARY STAMP TAX,
       AMENDING FOR THE PURPOSE CERTAIN PROVISIONS OF
       THE NATIONAL INTERNAL REVENUE CODE AS AMENDED,
       ALLOCATING FUNDS FOR SPECIFIC PROGRAMS, AND FOR
       THE PURPOSES

7716   AN ACT      RESTRUCTING THE VALUE ADDED TAX (VAT) May 05 1994
       SYSTEM, WIDENING ITS TAX BASE AND ENHANCING ITS
       ADMINISTRATION, AND FOR THESE PURPOSES AMENDING
       AND REPEALING THE RELEVANT PROVISIONS OF THE
       NATIONAL INTERNAL REVENUE CODE, AS AMENDED, AND
       FOR OTHER PURPOSES
7742   AN ACT AMENDING PRESIDENTIAL DECREE NO. 1752, AS Jun 17 1994
       AMENDED

7877   AN ACT DECLARING SEXUAL HARASSMENT UNLAWFUL IN Feb 14 1995
       THE   EMPLOYMENT,    EDUACATION   OR  TRAINING
       ENVIRONMENT, AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES


7924   AN ACT CREATING THE METROPOLITAN MANILA Mar 01 1995
       DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY, DEFINING ITS POWERS AND
       FUNCTION, PROVIDING FUNDS THEREFOR AND OTHER
       PURPOSES


8178   AN ACT REPLACING QUANTITATIVE IMPORT RESTRICTION Mar 28 1996
       ONAGRICULTURAL PRODUCT, EXCEPT RICE WITH TARIFFS,
       CREATING    THE AGRICULTURAL COMPETITIVENESS
         ENHANCEMENT FUND , AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES


8179     AN ACT TO FURTHER LIBERALIZE FOREIGN INVESTMENT, Mar 28 1996
         AMENDING FOR THE PURPOSE REPUBLIC ACT NO. 7042,
         AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES


8180     AN ACT DEREGULATING THE DOWNSTREAM OIL INDUSTRY, Mar 28 1996
         AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES

8181     AN ACT CHANGING THE BASIS OF DUTIABLE VALUE OF Mar 28 1996
         IMPORTED ARTICLES SUBJECT TO AN AD VALOREM RATE
         OF DUTY FROM HOME CONSUMPTION VALUE (HCV) TO
         TRANSACTION VALUE (TV), AMENDING FOR THE PURPOSE
         SECTION 201 OF TITLE II, PART 1 OF PRESIDENTIAL DECREE
         NO. 1464, OTHERWISE KNOWN AS THE TARIFF AND
         CUSTOMS CODE, OF THE PHILIPPINES, AS AMENDED, AND
         FOR OTHER PURPOSES


8219     AN ACT GRANTING       RADIOWORLD BROADCASTING
         CORPORATION, A FRANCHISE TO CONSTRUCT, INSTALL,
         ESTABLISH, OPERATE AND MAINTAIN RADIO AND
         TELEVISION BROADCASTING STATIONS IN THE PHILIPPINES

8544     AN ACT REGULATING THE PRACTICE OF THE MERCHANT Feb 24 1998
         MARINE PROFESSION IN THE PHILIPPINES

8550     AN   ACT   PROVIDING    FOR   THE   DEVELOPMENT, Feb 25 1998
         MANAGEMENT AND CONSERVATION OF THE FISHERIES
         AND AQUATIC RESOURCES, INTEGRATING ALL LAWS
         PERTINENT THERETO, AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES

9295     AN ACT PROMOTING THE DEVELOPMENT OF PHILIPPINE May 03 2004
         DOMESTIC SHIPPING, SHIPBUILDING, SHIP REPAIR AND
         SHIP BREAKING, ORDAINING REFORMS IN GOVERNMENT
         POLICIES TOWARDS SHIPPING IN THE PHILIPPINES, AND
         FOR OTHER PURPOSES

9301     AN ACT AMENDING CERTAIN PROVISIONS OF REPUBLIC Jul 27 2004
         ACT NO. 7471, ENTITLED "AN ACT TO PROMOTE THE
         DEVELOPMENT OF THE PHILIPPINE OVERSEAS SHIPPING"
         AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES




   F. Presidential Decrees

PD No.                       PARTICULARS                    DATE OF APPROVAL
 214     FUTHER AMENDING THE        PHILIPPINE   OVERSEAS Jun 16 1987
         SHIPPING ACT OF 1995
474     PROVIDING FOR THE REORGANIZATION OF MARITIME Jun 01 1974
        FUNCTIONS IN THE PHILIPPINES, CREATING THE
        MARITIME INDUSTRY AUTHORITY, AND FOR OTHER
        PURPOSES

505     PROVIDING FOR THE REORGANIZATION OF PORT Jul 11 1974
        ADMINISTRATION AND OPERATION FUNCTIONS IN THE
        COUNTRY,    CREATING    THE   PHILIPPINE  PORT
        AUTHORITY,   PAVING    THE    WAY     FOR  THE
        ESTABLISHMENT OF INDIVIDUAL, AUTONOMOUS PORT/
        INDUSTRIAL ZONE AUTHORITIES IN THE PORT/
        INDUSTRIAL ZONE AUTHORITIES IN THE DIFFERENT
        PORT DISTRICTS, AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES

664     AMENDING SECTION 12 OF REPUBLIC ACT NUMBERED Mar 05 1975
        1407 AS AMENDED, OTHERWISE KNOWN AS ―THE
        PHILIPPINE OVERSEAS SHIPPING ACT OF NINETEEN
        HUNDRED AND FIFTY-FIVE

666     PROVIDING FOR INCENTIVES FOR THE SHIPBUILDING Mar 05 1975
        AND SHIP REPAIR INDUSTRY


667     PROVIDING FOR INCENTIVES TO THE SHIPPING Mar 05 1975
        INDUSTRY BY GRANTING ADDITIONAL DEDUCTIBLE
        ITEMS FOR INCOME TAX PURPOSES


667-A   PROVIDING FOR THE SUSTITUTION OF PRESIDENTIAL Oct 10 1975
        DECREE NO.667 AND DIRECT INCENTIVES FOR THE
        DEVELOPMENT OF PHILIPPINE OVERSEAS SHIPPING
760     ALLOWING THE TEMPORARY REGISTRATION OF Jul 13 1975
        FOREIGN -OWNED VESSELS UNDER TIME CHARTER OR
        LEASE TO PHILIPPINE NATIONALS FOR USE IN THE
        PHILIPPINE COASTWISE TRADE SUBJECT TO CERTAIN
        CONDITIONS

761     AMENDING SECTION EIGHT HUNDRED SIX OF THE Jul 31 1975
        TARIFF AND CUSTOMS CODE OF THE PHILIPPINES, AS
        AMENENED, BY ALLOWING THE REGISTRATION OF
        VESSELS THE OWNERSHIP OF WHICH IS VESTED IN
        CORPORATIONS OR ASSOCIATIONS, AT LEAST SIXTY
        PERCENT OF THE CAPITAL STOCK OR CAPITAL OF
        WHICH BELONG TO CITIZENS OF THE PHILIPPINES AND
        FOR OTHER PURPOSES


857     PROVIDING FOR THE REORGANIZATION OF PORT Dec 23 1975
        ADMINISTRATION AND OPERATION FUNCTIONS IN THE
        PHILIPPINES, REVISING PRESIDENTIAL DECREE NO.
        505 DATED JUL 11, 1974, CREATING THE PHILIPPINE
        PORT AUTHORITY, BY SUBTITUTION, AND FOR OTHER
        PURPOSES
 866     AMENDING PRESIDENTIAL DECREE NO. 760 BY Jan 02 1976
         REDUCING THE TERM OF THE LEASE OR CHARTER
         PERIOD TO NOT LESS THAN ONE YEAR, DELETING THE
         WORD ―TIME‖ IN THE    TITLE AND BODY OF THE
         DECREE, AND ALLOWING OVERSEAS USE IN CERTAIN
         CASES

 979     PROVIDING FOR THE REVISION OF PRESIDENTIAL Aug 18 1976
         DECREE NO. 600 GOVERNING MARINE POLLUTION

1221     REQUIRING ALL PHILIPPINE – OWNED AND/OR
         REGITERED VESSALS TO UNDERTAKE REPAIRS AND
         DRYDOCKING WITH MARINA-REGISTERED SHIP REPAIR
         YARDS

1258-A   AMENDING CERTAIN SECTIONS OF THE REVISED Nov 25 1977
         TARIFF AND CUSTOMS CODE

1284     GRANTING    AUTHORITY    TO    THE    PHILIPPINE Jan 16 1978
         PORTSAUTHORITY TO PLAN, CONSTRUCT, DEVELOP
         AND MAINTAIN ALL PORT TERMINAL FACILITIES IN THE
         INTERNATIONAL PORT NORTH HARBOR, MANILA BAY,
         TO SUPERVICE THE OPERATION AND MANAGEMENT
         OF SUCH FACILITIES, AZMENDING FOR THE PURPOSE
                                               TH
         PRESIDENTIAL DECREE NO. 634, DATED 7 OF JAN
         1975, REPEALING PRESIDENTIAL DECREE NO.802
                 TH
         DATED 18 SEP 1975, AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES

1466     A DECREE AMENDING PRESIDENTIAL DECREE NO. 894,
         AS AMENDED

1521     THE SHIP MORTGAGE DECREE OF 1978                  Jun 11 1978

1540     AMENDING SECTION 24(b) (1) OF THE NATIONAL Jun 11 1978
         INTERNAL REVENUE CODE, FOR THE IMPOSITION OF A
         SPECIAL RATE OF WITHOLDING TAX FOR RENTAL,
         LEASE OR CHARTER PAYMENTS FOR FOREIGN OWNED
         VESSELS UNDER CHARTER OR LEASE TO PHLIPPINE
         NATIONALS
1694     ORGANIZATION AND ADMINISTRATION         OF   THE May 01 1980
         WELFARE FOR OVERSEAS WORKERS

1711     FURTHER AMENDING PRESIDENTIAL DECREE NO. 760, Aug 15 1980
         AS AMENDED BY FURTHER ENCOURAGING THE
         CHARTERING   OF     EPECIALIZED OCEAN-GOING
         VESSELS AND BY EXTENDING THE EFFECTIVITY OF
         THE DECREE UNTIL 1999.




   G. Executive Orders
      EO No.                             PARTICULARS                             DATE OF
                                                                                APPROVAL




II.      Directory

         A.    Central Office

                                                      DIRECTOR /               CONTACT
                    OFFICE
                                                  OFFICER-IN-CHARGE            NUMBERS
Office of the Administrator                   USec. Maria Elena H. Bautista     523-9078
                                                                                526-0971
                                                                                524-2895
Office of the Deputy Administrator for        Col. Primo V. Rivera              524-7718
Operations                                                                      4001355
Office of the Deputy Administrator for        Myrna E. Calag                    524-8121
Planning                                                                        536-0598
Administrative and Finance Office             Sonia B. Malaluan                 466-6900
                                                                                400-0250
Planning and Policy Office                                                      525-7216
                                                                                468-9702
Management Information Systems Office         Fe M. Calaoagan                   523-9076
                                                                                906-6183
Maritime Legal Affairs Office                 Atty. Virgilio Calag              524-2752
                                                                                468-9707
Domestic Shipping Office                      Arhleen A. Romero                 525-5030
                                                                                4689691
Overseas Shipping Office                      Arsenio F. Lingad                 525-7890
                                                                                468-9715
Manpower Development Office                   Amelia R. Espiritu                524-9122
                                                                                524-9130
Shipyard Regulation Office                    Emerson M. Lorenzo                525-7212
                                                                                400-1391
Maritime Safety Office                        Roberto C. Arceo                  523-8659

Franchising Office                            Ma. Concepcion Arbolario          521-8045
                                                                                468-9705
Enforcement Office                            Arnie F. Santiago                 524-9126
                                                                                468-9694


         B.    Regional Offices

                                                                               CONTACT
               OFFICE/ADDRESS                           DIRECTOR
                                                                               NUMBERS
Maritime Regional Office I                    Bienvenido Ortiz, Jr.           (072)242-7352
2F Apostol Bldg., Quezon Ave                                                  (072)242-7353
Sevilla Norte, San Fernando
La Union
Maritime Regional Office IV             Myrna C. Clemino        (043)723-1365
Mercado Bldg. (Fronting MACSOR Hotel)                           (034)723-2327
Sta. Clara, Batangas City
Maritime Regional Office V              Lucita T. Madarang      (052)214-3822
2/F RCBC Bldg.                                                  (052)480-6984
Legazpi City
Maritime Regional Office VI             Mary Ann Armi Arcilla   (033)329-6490
402 E. Lopez St.                                                (033)300-0798
Jaro, Iloilo                                                    (033)329-4180
Maritime Regional Office VII            Glenn Cabañez           (032)232-5759
                      th     th
GF CCCI Bldg., cor 11 & 13 Ave.                                 (032)232-4916
North Reclamation Area
Cebu City
Maritime Regional Office VIII           Venancio Vero, Jr.      (053)523-3010
3/F Yutangco Bldg., P. Burgos St.                               (053)325-5133
Tacloban City
Maritime Regional Office IX             Bashiruddin T. Adil     (062)991-2614
 nd
2 Floor M.L. Bldg                                               (062)991-8876
50 Rizal St.
Zamboanga City
Maritime Regional Office X              Marianito Mendoza       (0882)272-6522
2/F SE JO LIM Bldg.                                             (088)856-9105
Gemitina St. Carmen
Cagayan de Oro City
Maritime Regional Office XI             Nannette V. Dinopol     (082)300-0421
2F & 3F Antonio Tan Bldg.                                       (082)227-9537
Monteverde Ave, Davao City
Maritime Regional Office XII            Irving L. Saipudin      (064)421-97687
3F Don Rufino Alonzo Bldg.
Don RUfino Alonzo St., Cotabato City


       C.   Private Sectors

III.   Reports

       A.   MARINA Accomplishment Reports
       B.   Statistical Updates
       C.   Domestic Shipping
       D.   Overseas Shipping
       E.   Maritime Manpower
       F.   Shipbuilding and Ship Repair
       G.   Enhanced Reforms and Action Programs for the Maritime Industry
       H.   Maritime Safety in the Philippines


IV.    News

       A.   Daily Maritime News Index
       B.   Newspaper Online
V.    Ship Information System




      The screen will display the following information:

      a.   Vessel Name
      b.   Rig Type
      c.   Official Number
      d.   Operator Name
      e.   Former Name/s of Vessel
      f.   Former Name/s of Owner/s
      g.   Type of Service
      h.   Trading
      i.   Operation Type
      j.   Homeport
      k.   Place of Registry
      l.   Builder
      m.   Year Built
      n.   Place Built
      o.   Length
      p.   Dimensions and Tonnage
      q.   Propulsion System
      r.   Valid Certificates/Licenses Issued

VI.   Seafarer Information System
        The screen will display the following information:

        a.   Name of seafarer
        b.   Date of Birth
        c.   Place of Birth
        d.   SIRBs Issued – SIRB Number, Validity and Place of Issuance

VII.    Ship Operator Information System

        The screen will display the following information:

        a.   Name of operator
        b.   Address
        c.   Representative
        d.   CPC issued to include authorized routes, vessels included in the CPC, trip
             schedules, RORO rates, passage rates, freight rates

VIII.   Services – to include downloading of application forms, documentary
        requirements, fees and charges, and standard processing time

Domestic Shipping Office
Franchising Office
Overseas Shipping Office
Manpower Development Office
Maritime Safety Office
Shipyards Regulation Office
Maritime Legal Affairs Office
Enforcement Office

IX.     Search

        A. Maritime Directory Database Search
        B. Site Map



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X.      Related Links

        A.   Government Websites
        B.   International Links
        C.   Philippine Links
        D.   Maritime News Index
        E.   Newspaper Online



XIII.   Others


        A.   What's New
        B.   Byahe Na! Strong Republic Nautical Highway
        C.   MARINA Video Presentation
        D.   Downloads
        E.   Weather
        F.   AZUL and MARINA Hotline
        G.   Disclaimer
        H.   Privacy Policy
        I.   Site Map
        J.   Pasig River Ferry Project
        K.   Strong Republic Nautical Highway

XIV.    Add-Ons

        A.      Bulletin Board
        B.      Chat
        C.      Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
        D.      Jobs@MARINA
        E.      MARINA Message Board
        F.      Updates/Tools
        G.      Video
        H.      Webmail

				
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