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Certificates, Publications & Letters

Issue Non-Objection Letter for Announcing Navigational Warning

  • Fees- QR 500
  • Last Updated 11 Jan, 2021
  • Service Type : E-Service
  • Service Mode : Hybrid (Online and Offline)
  • Service Provider : Ministry of Transport and Communications
  • Service Classification : G2B
  • Topic : Visas and Official Documents
Intended Audience
Visitor:Business Owner
Citizen:Business Owner

Description

Individuals and companies may submit a request online on the Ministry of Transport and Communications (MOTC) website to issue a non-objection letter for announcing navigational warning.

Online Instructions

  • Select “Issuing NOL for the announcement of a navigational warning” service from the “Big Vessels” list, available under Maritime Transport services, and click on the “Apply” button.
  • Enter your username and password if you were previously registered in the National Authentication System.
  • Enter the required data, and attach the following documents:

  • Official letter by entity requesting navigational warning
  • Copy of registration certificates of flagships
  • Copy of work permit for foreign ships involved
  • Clear copy of navigational chart for work site
  • Proposal for the announcement in both Arabic and English, clarifying the nature of work and coordinates

  • Pay the appropriate fees and submit your request.

Offline Instructions

  • Download and fill out the paper form.
  • Submit the documents mentioned above to MOTC Reception to complete the process.

Service Center

MOTC Reception (Check Google Maps).

Fees

QR 500

Additional Information

You can check the service information page on MOTC website.

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