The government in Norway is now opening up to allowing a ship to be registered in two registers at the same time, reports Sysla, citing a bill which aims to change the country's maritime law and the Norwegian International Ship Register, NIS, law.
This will make it possible to do a so-called bareboat registration, which means that a ship will for a limited period of time be registered in two registers and can thus sail under two flags.
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