Honduras has a coastline of 820 km of extension where a total of 6 ports are located, three of which are the main maritime ports: Puerto Cortés, Puerto Castilla and the Port of San Lorenzo.
The maritime activity is in charge of the General Directorate of Merchant Marine.
GENERAL DIRECTORATE OF MERCHANT MARINE
The Dirección General de Marina Mercante is the maritime authority of Honduras, in charge of maritime safety, flagging of vessels, protection of the marine environment, maritime traffic control and the training and certification of Seafarers.
It is a decentralized entity of the Executive Office attached to the Ministry of National Defense.
We are the maritime authority of Honduras committed to the flagging of vessels, training and certification of seafarers, maritime safety and protection of the marine environment, implementing and complying with laws and international conventions, contributing to the integral development of the country.
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