Vessels flying the Danish flag take the top spot internationally when it comes to complying with rules for safety, health and certificates, according to the annual list compiled by the international port state control Paris MoU. Denmark ranks number one out of 70 nations.
Over the past three years, just 12 out of 1,199 vessels under Danish flags that underwent inspections had not been in compliance with the rules, which led to them being detained in foreign ports, the ranking shows.
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