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A ship is said to be flying a flag of convenience if it is registered in a foreign country "for purposes of reducing operating costs or avoiding government regulations". The term has been used since the 1950s and refers to the flag a ship flies to indicate its country of registration. The country of registration determines the laws under which the ship is required to operate and that are to be applied in relevant admiralty cases.
Antigua and Barbuda International Shipping Register
Bahamas Maritime Authority
Barbados Maritime Ship Registry
International Merchant Marine Registry of Belize
Bermuda Department of Maritime Administration
Bolivia International Ship
Registry of Cambodia
Cayman Islands Shipping Registry
Maritime Administration of the Union of Comoros
Republic of Cyprus Department of Merchant Shipping
French International Ship Register
German International Ship Register
Gibraltar Registry of Shipping
Jamaica Ship Registry
Liberian International Ship and Corporate Registry
Malta Maritime Authority
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