PRS informs about new rules for issuing full-term documents


As of 2020-11-01, Polish Register of Shipping will change the rules for issuing full-term documents by PRS field surveyors More »

50 years ago PRS was admitted to IACS


On 1 October 1970 Polski Rejestr Statków became a member of International Association of Classification Societies (IACS) which was established in September 1968. PRS admission was based on the reputation resulting from quality of classed fl... More »

New PLO ro-ro vessel under PRS class


Last Sunday, 27 Sept., the latest addition to the Polish Ocean Lines - POL MARIS, has been assigned with PRS class. It is a ro-ro ship with a capacity of 29004 GT and a load line length of 3663 m. The vessel was built in 2010 at the Danish shipyar... More »

Poland ratified the BWM Convention, 2004


PRS Centre for IMO Affairs informs that on 26 August 2020 Poland submitted to IMO a declaration on the accession to the International Convention for the Control and Management of Ships’ Ballast Water and Sediment... More »

Completion of the construction of the multi-purpose ship Zodiak II


In the coming days PRS will complete its tasks of supervision over the construction of the vessel no. B618/1 - Zodiak II. This multi-purpose ship was built at the Remontowa Shipbuilding shipyard and is one of two twin vessels ordered in 2018 by th... More »

Research and development work of PRS for the reduction of noise emission of the motor yacht


PRS has recently completed a pro-environmental research project for the Polish manufacturer of yachts and boats from Augustów - the company Balt Yacht. More »

Informal discussions focus on cutting shipping’s carbon intensity


IMO has facilitated virtual informal discussion sessions (6-10 July) on short-term greenhouse gas reduction measures for international shipping and their associated impact assessments. More »

Dariusz Rudziński, a member of the PRS S.A. Management Board speaks about issues related to safe ship recycling


The importance of issues related to ship scrapping and the need to regulate them was recognized by the international community as early as in the 1980s. Ships are considered waste after the end of their operation and as such are subject to the Bas... More »