MMSI radio license package for VHF, AIS, Radar and EPIRB in 24 hours

Valid worldwide for 10 years and can be used with any boat flag
USA FCC RADIO/MMSI LICENSE
Valid Worldwide
$349,- / €319 / £255
All Inclusive
  • For VHF, AIS, radar and EPIRB
  • Includes call sign, AIS and MMSI
  • 48 hour service
  • Valid worldwide
  • Valid for 10 years
  • Valid only for US flag vessels
  • No course needed
  • Issued by US FCC Authorities
UK TELECOM RADIO/MMSI LICENSE
Valid Worldwide
$240,- / €199 / £175
All Inclusive
  • For VHF, AIS, radar and EPIRB
  • Includes call sign, AIS and MMSI
  • 24 hour service
  • Valid worldwide
  • Valid for 10 years
  • Valid for any flag boat
  • No course needed
  • Issued by UK Telecom Authorities

WE CAN ARRANGE A MMSI RADIO LICENSE IN 24 HOURS

Make sure you always have a valid MMSI license on your vessel wherever you are in the world! In all countries it is mandatory to have a valid MMSI or you can be fined or have your vessel confiscated. Since it is so easy to get a MMSI license there is no excuse to not have your paperwork in order. We only need some personal and boat info in order to process your MMSI license and it will take only 24 hours!

We offer MMSI Radio licenses that are issued by the USA and UK governments. Both have no restrictions on your nationality. The UK MMSI can be used in combination with ANY flag while the USA license can only be used when you are licensed under USA flag. Both licenses are valid for 10 years and it only takes us 1 day to obtain your license.

License issued by UK Telecom €149 or $169
We can also offer you a worldwide MMSI issued by the UK Telecom authorities. This official radio license will be valid to use with a VHF, AIS, and EPIRB on your boat AND IT DOES NOT MATTER UNDER WHICH FLAG YOU ARE CURRENTLY REGISTERED.

License issued by US FCC €319 or $349
We can also offer you a MMSI issued by the US FCC Telecom authorities. This official radio license will be valid to use with a VHF, AIS, and EPIRB on your boat AND IS ONLY VALID FOR US FLAGGED VESSELS.

IMPORTANT FAQS ABOUT MMSI RADIO LICENSES


Do I need a radio Licence for my boat?

Your vessel must have an up-to-date radio licence for your fixed radio. When you apply for a radio licence you will give information about your boat and the type of safety equipment onboard. ... If you have a DSC radio you will also get an MMSI number - a boat telephone number.

What is my boats MMSI number?

A MMSI number (Maritime Mobile Service Identity) is a nine-digit number that identifies your boat for marine traffic monitoring systems. The unique identifier facilitates VHF communications, customs and border security, emergency response, and commercial call tracking and billing

What kind of radio do boats use?

There are two main types of VHF radios — rechargeable hand-held radios and fixed mounted radios. Fixed mounted radios have an antennae mounted to the boat that's capable of transmitting greater distances. In general, VHF marine radios have a range of about 5-10 miles, and at least 20 miles to a USCG station.

What is a radio call sign for a boat?

Maritime call signs are call signs assigned as unique identifiers to ships and boats. All radio transmissions must be individually identified by the call sign. Merchant and naval vessels are assigned call signs by their national licensing authorities.

What is DSC on a marine radio?

Digital selective calling or DSC is a standard for transmitting pre-defined digital messages via the medium-frequency (MF), high-frequency (HF) and very-high-frequency (VHF) maritime radio systems. It is a core part of the Global Maritime Distress Safety System (GMDSS)

What does MMSI mean?

Maritime Mobile Service Identity
A Maritime Mobile Service Identity (MMSI) is a series of nine digits which are sent in digital form over a radio frequency channel in order to uniquely identify ship stations, ship earth stations, coast stations, coast earth stations, and group calls.

How far can a marine radio transmit?

Marine VHF radios work on a line-of-sight basis. That is, they can transmit and receive to and from another antenna as long as that antenna is above the horizon. How far is that? Standing in the cockpit of a boat, the distance to the horizon for most adults is about three miles.

Boat Registration Guide - Where To Register You Boat

The first thing to understand is that under which flag you sail has nothing to do with your nationality! Most registrations we offer are available to any nationality. In some cases, we need to put the ownership of your vessel in a new dormant company (that you own) in order to comply with the rules but this is only an advantage, as this company ownership also offers you liability protection as well as other advantages.

The Polish flag is probably our best value flag as the registration process is simple, inexpensive & fast. There are no surveys to be done, if your vessel is under 24 meters. The best part is; you get the registration for life, so no more renewals! Since Poland is a full European Union member, this flag document is accepted anywhere in the world and comes in 4 languages. We can get your provisional registration in 2 days and it is valid immediately. We take care of the whole process for you and translate all your current boat papers into Polish, as part of our fee. Our all-inclusive fee is from €469 and it is available for all nationalities (available for private use & bareboat charters)
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The Delaware (USA) registration is very straight forward as well with minimal paperwork, inexpensive, no survey needed and can be obtained within 2 to 3 days. It is valid around the world and is highly recommended. Our all-inclusive fee is from $199 and it is available for all nationalities (available for private use)
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The Langkawi (Malaysia) registration. This registration is quickly becoming one of the most sought after flag registrations. The reason is simple; it is a red ensign flag, inexpensive, no surveys are needed and can be obtained in a couple of days. It is issued as a flag with a good reputation and is becoming the flag of choice for a lot of vessel owners. Our all-inclusive fee is from $728 and it is available for all nationalities (available for private use, commercial & bareboat charters)
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The United Kingdom (UK) registration entitles you to fly the red ensign flag which is held in high regard within the maritime community. The paperwork is straight forward and the flag is valid for 5 years and offers a very easy renewal process. The registration is similar in the UK for both private use as well as for commercial use and the fees are the same. The United Kingdom does require a survey but this survey can be done in your own home country. Our all-inclusive fee is from £750 and it is available for all nationalities (available for private use, commercial & bareboat charters)
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The Dutch (Holland) ZEEBRIEF official registration is a real flag registration that is accepted worldwide. This registration requires a surveyor of the Dutch maritime authority to visit your boat wherever it is located. (You pay for these travel cost separately) However, while you arrange for this survey, we can get you a provisional registration that is fully valid in 1 to 3 weeks. Our all-inclusive fee is €1699 and it is available for all nationalities (available for private use & bareboat charters)
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The Dutch (Holland) ICP registration. As per January 1, 2021 the Dutch ICP will only be issued to residents of Holland. All existing licenses that are currently valid for 2 years will not be effected by this new law until they are due for renewal. The Dutch ICP is actually a document of ownership but in that capacity, is accepted in most European countries when arriving in a port and handing over your documents. The country’s in Europe where the Dutch ICP is not accepted are Spain, Italy and Portugal. The Dutch ICP document can be obtained in 3 days, so it is ideal if you are Dutch and just bought a boat in another country and need to bring it home to where you live within Europe. Our all-inclusive fee is €299 (available for private use)
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The Panama registration is the largest in the world. The paperwork is straight forward and the flag is valid for 2 years with an very easy renewal process. The good news is that Panama does require a survey. Our all-inclusive fee is from $995 and it is available for all nationalities (available for private use, commercial & bareboat charters)
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The Gibraltar registration entitles you to fly the red ensign flag which is held in high regard within the maritime community. The paperwork is straight forward and the flag is valid for 5 years and offers a very easy renewal process. The registration is similar in Gibraltar for both private use as well as for commercial use and the fees are the same. The Gibraltar registration does require a measurement & tonnage survey (very basic) but this survey can be done in your own home country. Our all-inclusive fee is from £750 and it is available for all nationalities (available for private use, commercial & bareboat charters)
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The British Virgin Islands (BVI) registration entitles you to fly the red ensign flag which is held in high regard within the maritime community. The paperwork is straight forward and offers a easy renewal process. The BVI does require a survey & tonnage certificate but this survey can be done in your own home country. Our all-inclusive fee is from $1250 and it is available for all nationalities (available for private use, commercial & bareboat charters)
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The Cayman Islands registration entitles you to fly the red ensign flag also which is held in high regard within the maritime community. The paperwork does require a survey & tonnage certificate but this survey can be done in your own home country. Our all-inclusive fee is from $1499 and it is available for all nationalities (available for private use, commercial & bareboat charters)
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The Belgium registration. As per September 1, 2019 the Belgium registration will only be issued to residents of Belgium or companies owned for at least 50% by Belgium citizens. All existing licenses that are currently valid for 5 years will not be effected by this new law until they are due for renewal. Our all-inclusive fee is from €699 (available for private use, commercial & bareboat charters)
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The Malta flag is also available for any nationality but is used more by boat owners with larger yachts or for commercial operations as the fees are a bit higher than most other jurisdictions. Our all-inclusive fee is from €780 and it is available for all nationalities (available for private use, commercial & bareboat charters)
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