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From 1st January 2013, there is now a mandatory requirement for vessels 400 GT and above to complete and maintain a Ship Energy Efficiency Management Plan (SEEMP).

Regs4yachts has developed a framework and template that provides individual vessels with a mechanism to complete and maintain their unique plan, with the ability to update it as necessary.

As the SEEMP was to be published, populated and on board your yacht by the 1st January 2013, we are now working with a number of customers bring their vessels in line with these new regulations.

Our SEEMP template has been formulated in accordance with the guidelines contained within IMO Resolution MEPC.231(63) and has been written by leading maritime experts with years of experience drafting compliance documentation.

The Regs4yachts SEEMP also illustrates the calculations and examples for obtaining the Energy Efficiency Operational Indicator (EEOI).

To save scratching your head for ideas – trust the experts to provide you with the SEEMP template, one that will explain the requirements and provide you with an interactive and compliant solution.

All yachts 400 GT and above must have an SEEMP on-board.

"The SEEMP should be developed as a ship-specific plan by the company.

The SEEMP seeks to improve a ship’s energy efficiency through four steps: planning, implementation, monitoring, and self-evaluation and improvement. These components play a critical role in the continuous cycle to improve ship energy management."
IMO – MEPC.213(63)

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