Port Calling Requirements

Clients seeking our services are required to provide our office with the following information at least 72 hours prior to the vessel’s arrival:

• IMO Nr
• Flag
• Call sign / MMSI nr
• LOA/breadth/draught
• Quantity/quality of cargo (if any)
• Last-next port of call
• Registered owners

They should also include the following documents/certificates:

• Crew list
• Registry certificate
• I.S.S.C (security certificate)
• I.O.P.P. certificate
• Supplement to the I.O.P.P. certificate (Form B)
• Tonnage Certificate
• CLC for oil pollution damage
• CLC for Bunker oil pollution damage
• Maritime Declaration of Health
• Total capacities of FO & GO tanks and confirmation that bunker manifolds are located amidships (if bunkering’s on schedule)
• AIS Attestation or AIS service report
• Load line Certificate
• P&I Club Certificate of entry
• Safety management certificate
• Class certificate

As per the International Ship and Port Facility Security (ISPS) code and new PSC / SSN rules in force, customers are asked to fill-in the below listed pages (pre-arrival ISPS forms and notification prior to entry to a Greek port) and resend to our office by fax (+30 210 4293718) and/or email (info@sekavar.gr) 72 hours before arrival.

Pre-Arrival Required Information Forms

1. 72-hours as per PSC regulations pre-arrival notification
2. 24-hours as per PSC regulations pre-arrival notification
3. ATA notification
4. ATD notification
5. ISPS forms
6. Hazmat notification prior to entry into a Greek port
7. Hazmat notification prior to departure from a Greek port

Furthermore, below docs should be handed upon our water clerk’s boarding the vessel:

•Crew List (2 copies)
•Crew Effects Declaration (2 copies)
•Bunkers’ ROB figures
•Bonded Stores (1 copy)