Name Of Applicant:
Location Of Inspection:
Proposed Inspection Date:
Second Proposed Inspection Date:
Mobile Drilling Unit:
Does the vessel have a contract for voyage to The United States?
If Yes: Which U.S. port?
Applicants requesting an overseas Certificate of Compliance inspection
must remit payment of two fees. They are the $4,585 Overseas Inspection
Fee and the $1,100 Foreign Tank Ship Fee.
1. Check or money order, drawn on a U.S. bank and made payable to the
Checks or money orders for the $4,585 Overseas Inspection Fee can be sent to
our US Postal address:
U.S. Coast Guard Activities Europe
Please contact our office to obtain mailing address information for within Europe.
Checks or money orders for the $1,100 Foreign Tank Ship Inspection Fee must
be sent to:
States Coast Guard
2. Wire transfer.
3. Charged to Visa or MasterCard Credit Card.
Instructions and forms for remitting payment by wire transfer or credit card
can be found on the U.S. Coast Guard Finance Center web site:
All fees must be remitted in U.S. currency. Please include the vessel
on the desired form of payment or your deposit will not be associated with an
Please do not remit payment until we have confirmed our attendance and
asked to do so by our office.
In addition to the Overseas Inspection Fee, the applicant is responsible
for reimbursing the U.S. government the cost of travel to and from the location
of the inspection, lodging, and daily expenses
By clicking submit you acknowledge that the local
Port State Control Authority and Classification Society will be informed if
any Major Non-Conormities or Detainable deficiencies are identified during
the exam. Additionally, no COC or Port State Control forms will be
issued if Major Non-Conformities or Detainable deficiencies are identified.