PRS News

Implementation from 2020 defined by IMO maximum sulfur content limit of 0.5% in fuel oil


The International Maritime Organization (IMO) in its landmark decision, both in relation to the marine environment and human health, agreed the day 1 January 2020 as date for implementation of the requirements for reducing the sulfur content of fu... More »

PRS on the list of the high performance classification societies of Paris MOU


We are pleased to inform that - after a few years - PRS is back on the list of high performance classification societies of the Paris Memorandum of Understanding on Port State Control More »

74th session of MEPC


74th session of MEPC took place on 13-17 May 2019. More »

Students from the Maritime University of Szczecin visited PRS


Last Tuesday, 22 May,  students of the first year of the Navigational Faculty of the Maritime University of Szczecin, studying in the field of Ocean Engineering, visited PRS headquarters. Students under the supervision of DSc Eng. Associate P... More »

PRS took part in Pomeranian Offshore Wind Conference


On 16 and 17 May a Pomeranian Offshore Wind Conference was held at the Szczecin Maritime Office. The event was aimed at identifying the challenges facing Poland in terms of planned investments in offshore wind energy (OWE). More »

New website launch!


Following the expectations of our clients and partners and due to changes in the information technology we are launching a new version of PRS website More »



Following the decision of PRS Management Board from 28th March 2019 on unification of PRS brand image we have the pleasure to present our new logotype that will soon replace our present logo. More »

PRS authorized by the Greek Maritime Administration


On April 16th in Piraeus, an agreement between the Ministry of Shipping, Maritime Affairs and Insular Policy of Greece and the Polish Register of Shipping was signed. It authorizes our classification society to perform statutory certification serv... More »