The Mongolian Government appoints the Mongolia Ship Registry Pte Ltd, Singapore(MSR) as the exclusive principle agent to process registration applications for ships flying the Mongolian flag. MSR is fully authorised to issue all the necessary documents and certificates and to administer the whole registration system.

To facilitate the conveniences of international shipowners, MSR is based in Singapore, which offers efficient telecommunications, financial and legal services easily and accessibly. It is staffed by qualified professionals and well placed to take on the challenge of providing efficient and quality services to shipowners who choose to have their vessels fly the Mongolian Flag.

Any vessel used in navigation, including non-propelled vessels, fishing vessels and pleasure yachts may be registered under the Mongolia flag. A ship may be registered under any of the following registration types:

  1. Normal Registration
      (a) Provisional Registration (can be completed using faxed documents);
      (b) Permanent Registration (when all registration requirements are fulfilled);
  2. Short Term Registration valid for a maximum of 3 months (for delivery voyages or registration of title)
  3. Bareboat Charter Registration
  4. Mortgage Registration

Mongolia In Brief

Often known as the "land of the Blue Sky" Mongolia stirs visions of the untamed and exotic ?Genghis Khan, the Gobi Desert and wild horses galloping across vast expanses of the steppes.

The absolute magnitude, beauty and wonder of the Mongolian scenery intertwined with her people and rich history makes Mongolia a truly inspiring country.

Mongolia's economic activity depends largely on agriculture, the breeding of livestock and mining of extensive mineral deposits of copper, coal, molybdenum, tin, tungsten, and gold.

Until 1990, the Mongolian economic developments were directed by a series of Soviet-style central plans. In the late 80s and early 90s, the Mongolian people changed the path of development with the first multi-party election in 1990. In 1992, the new democratic constitution was enacted.

The government's policy to embrace free-market economics, ease price controls, liberalising domestic and international trade, and restructuring of the banking system and energy sector has led to major domestic privatisation programs being undertaken. These include the fostering of foreign investment through international tender of the oil distribution companies, banks, and a number of trading and construction companies.

Mongolian Maritime Administration website
Ministry of Road, Transportation, Construction and Urban development website


Mongolia Ship Registry

133 New Bridge Road
#16-02 Chinatown Point
Singapore 059413
Tel: (65) 6225 0125
Fax: (65) 6225 0305

SingClass International

50 Bukit Batok Street 23,
#07-17, Midview Building,
Singapore 659578
Tel:(65)6468.8776 / 6467.3923 (3 Lines)
Fax: (65)6285.8257 / 6469.6330
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