Marine Notices (MNs) are issued by ADOMS as the primary means for promulgating information pertaining to: safety and security; the establishment of, changes to, and deficiencies in aids to navigation; dangers and hazards to navigation; anchorage; restricted areas; proposed construction or modification of berths; ADOMS interpretation of regulations; and practical recommendations by ADOMS to assist operators and authorities in their compliance with regulations.
They are numbered sequentially by year with subsequent revisions being identified by a revision number. It should be noted that specific MN numbers may be reserved for future use and may not be published in numerical order. MNs are to be complied with, as applicable, by all parties to which they apply.
The most current versions of all publications are available here in the Information Center. Kindly note that previous versions (which may have been printed or downloaded) are removed and are no longer published and should be disregarded.
Marine Notice 2017-01 (rev 3): Advisory notice to Visiting Ships. The Small Craft (Control) Regulations
This Marine Notice provides information to vessels that visit who wish to deploy their small craft on the relevant laws that apply when operating.
This Marine Notice provides information on how a vessel is required to be marked and how the licence decal should be displayed.
This Marine Notice provides information regarding the operation of Jet Skis to include correct marking requirements and safety standards regarding speed and safe distance.
This Marine Notice sets out the requirements and processes for obtaining a Boatmaster License and includes the syllabus and other information on courses and training. It is intended for operators of small commercial vessels operating in Antigua and Barbuda waters. It...
This Marine Notice sets out the Antigua and Barbuda policy on the application of the Maritime Labour Convention 2006 to vessels of under 200 GT operating in domestic waters. It also details the relaxations allowed under the Convention for these vessels.
This Marine Notice provides guidance on how to check if your vessel is compliant with the regulations based on the intended use of the vessel or craft