DGMM



MOBILE COURSES

For National Marines in the 3 training schools




Dreaming of working on a cruise ship?


For more information:

Phones: 2239-8144 ó 2239-8334 ext. 251

Mail:consultashn@marinamercante.gob.hn

www.merchantmarine.gob.hn


Consult for our services



Training and Titling of Seafarers

For more information:

Phones: 2239-8144 ó 2239-8334 ext. 243

Mail:cecamarh@marinamercante.gob.hn

www.merchantmarine.gob.hn


Ship Registry


Ship Registry

The Ship Registry Department aims for objective the registration of vessels and of natural or legal persons that have regarding the vessels, the character of owners, leaseholders, or shipowners.

Seafarers


Seafarers

The Department of Seafarers is responsible for training aspirants to merchant seamen and merchant seafarers, as well as issuing the certification of national and / or foreign seafarers

Marine Environment Protection


Marine Environment Protection

The General Directorate of the Merchant Marine (GDMM), fulfilling its role of Maritime Authority has powers to regulate and control marine traffic, ensuring the safety of human life at sea, safety of navigation and prevention and control marine pollution, the latter through the Marine Environment Protection Department.


Análisis y Control Marítimo


Analysis and Maritime Control

In charge of streamlining the control of maritime activities, the due process of analysis of the information produced by the DGMM and strict compliance with the rules that govern maritime regulation in all aspects, especially for matters of national security and defense.

Maritime Safety


Maritime Safety

This department is responsible for defining policies regarding maritime safety, endorsement of technical certificates relating to international conventions of vessels flying the flag of Honduras; preparation of technical reports and monitoring activity in Honduras merchant fleet sailing in the world.

AUXILIARY MARITIME INDUSTRY


Auxiliary Maritime Industry

The Maritime Industry represents 10% of the gross domestic product and is the fastest growing sector in the national economy. Ports are necessary for the development of the country and the services they provide are public, even if they are performed by private companies.





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Cruise Program

In 2016, the government of President Juan Orlando Hernández signed a Memorandum of Understanding between the Government of Honduras and the Florida-Caribbean Cruise Lines Association (FCCA), with the purpose of generating job opportunities for a thousand of Honduran sailors in the cruises of this association around the world.

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APPLY TO THE FCCA PROJECT

REQUIREMENTS

Ship Registry

Documentation requirement for different applications.
To avoid delays in the procedures, it is recommended to attach the required documentation in its entirety.

Provisional Registry


IMO Instruments


Definitive Registry


Special Registries


TRAINING CENTERS

Maritime School


CECAMARH/CSO


MARITIME TRAINING CENTER, CENTRAL, SOUTH, EAST

CECAMARH/CSO



EMCA – LA CEIBA



CENTRAL AMERICAN MARITIME TRAINING CENTER

EMCA – LA CEIBA



EMCA – OMOA



CENTRAL AMERICA MARITIME SCHOOL

EMCA – OMOA



ONLINE COURSES



ONLINE CURSES




Provisional Certificate


SEARCH

Provisional Certificate

EVENTS & WATER SPORTS


EVENTS & WATER SPORTS

Nautical

ATTORNEYS LIST


ATTORNEYS

List

TRAINING


TRAINING

Maritime

Maritime Mobile


Rules

Maritime Mobile

BUILDING


BUILDING

Docks

CRUISER


CRUISER

Questions & answers

TRADE UNION


SEAFARERS TRADE UNION

ACCEPTED

GALLERY


PHOTO

GALLERY


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