Transport Malta - news.transport.gov.mt

In an effort to reduce the transmission of COVID19, Transport Malta announced on Friday that it has implemented measures to provide online services in relation to yacht and boat registration under the Valletta Registry.

These services include:

• Renewal of the Certificate of Registry;

• Provisional and permanent Registration;

• Transfer of Ownership;

• Any other ancillary services.

It said all payments are to be made by Debit or Credit Card.

All yacht and boat owners, including fishing vessels, are to make any requests for services under the Valletta Registry by email on [email protected].

Malta is currently facing a rapid increase of daily COVID cases, with fresh restrictions such as the closure of schools, non-essential shops and services and several other measures introduced to mitigate the spread.

Alternatively, customers may wish to call on +356 21250360 for the appropriate guidance on the nature of service required.

Transport Malta thanked its customers for their cooperation in making use of the measures implemented.

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Transport Malta offices in Lija / Source: news.transport.gov.mt

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