Maritime tariffs

Maritime tariffs

Fly Fly Travel is part of the ATPI network.

Fly Fly Travel and ATPI jointly offer their services in the field of offshore relocation, support staff, experts and management around the world, as well as the lowest available maritime tariffs, local expertise, and we are at all important shipping locations in the world. Our highly specialized service available 24/7 can quickly respond to your growing needs, regardless of their cause.


Maritime tariffs are intended for staff traveling to and from duty on many types of ships or vessels. Vessels can be used for various purposes, such as drilling in the search for oil and gas, transport of goods, transport of nuclear and wind turbines and their setting, etc.
Benefits of using maritime tariffs:

Since ships and vessels do not usually stay in one place, reservations of their maritime crew flights often change. Due to all these changes, the client can save a lot of time using maritime tariffs. They are completely flexible (exceptions will be mentioned in maritime contracts), all cards are one-way, and sometimes they can be combined by making return tickets, and the maximum allowed luggage is usually 40 KGs or two pieces (there are exceptions). The reason for frequent changes within the port is because the boats' schedules are constantly changing. This can be due to weather conditions, but also due to delays occurring when entering ports. Changing the crew can be done only when the ending one and the one who begins the shift can be replaced. The times of embarkation and departure can be very important to ensure that the ending one and the one who starts the shift can hand over the work to each other. The frequency of a crew change is usually every 2 months to 6 months, and crew members travel to and from different airports since most vessels change their location. Some boats and ships have a fixed schedule, others do not have. The vessel manager will try to schedule a change of crew in the "light" port. Maritime tariffs are sometimes more expensive than semi-flexible tariffs, but unlimited number of changes and cancellations are allowed, so it can save a lot at the end. Also, as 40 KGs or two pieces of luggage are allowed, there is no charge for excess luggage.
Who can use maritime tariffs:

Seafarers engaged in active floating duties who join or leave a merchant seagoing vessel, including cruisers, registered with Lloyds and weighing more than 100GWT.
Engineers / contractors / inspectors / maintenance personnel, etc. who travel to do the work on the boat, whether it is flown or sailed.
Ship crew including entertainers and medical staff.
Dredger and supply crew

What documents a traveler must possess to purchase maritime tariffs (in most cases):

The applicable "Seaman book" * document that records the certificates and experiences of a seafarer during his career
Copy the original paper and log in or unsubscribe
Letter from the company memorandum in English containing the following information:

1. Passenger name

2. Travel date

3. Name of the vessel

4. Position or charge on board


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