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Crafts and Ships

Apply for Transferring Ownership of Small Crafts

  • Last Updated 29 Mar, 2022
  • Service Type : E-Service
  • Service Mode : Hybrid (Online and Offline)
  • Service Provider : Ministry of Transport
  • Service Classification : G2C, G2B
  • Topic : Business and Finance, Transportation, Visas and Official Documents
Intended Audience
Visitor: Business Owner
Citizen: Business Owner, Employee
Resident: Employee

Service Description

Individuals, private sector companies, and governmental institutions may submit a request online on the Ministry of Transport (MOT) website to transfer the ownership of small crafts from owner to another.

Online Instructions

  • Select "Ownership Transfer" service from the "Small Crafts" list, available under Maritime Transport services on MOT website.  
  • Click on the "Apply" button.
  • Login in the National Authentication System (Tawtheeq).
  • Select the craft which ownership will be transferred from the crafts list, and enter all the necessary details.
  • Attach the following documents:
    • A certified contract of sale or the owner has to attend and sign the concession letter to new owner.
    • A copy of commercial register
    • A copy of valid QID card
    • A letter from a workplace for non-Qataris
  • Pay the appropriate fees and submit the request.

Offline Instructions

  • Download and fill out the application form.
  • Submit the application form, along with the abovementioned required documents, to the Maritime Transport Planning and Licensing Department to complete the process.

Service Center

The Maritime Transport Planning and Licensing Department at MOT.


Fees depend on the craft's type.

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