A. Digital order in the self-service solution
You can purchase a registration certificate, a certificate of deletion or a transcript of a mortgage document in DSRG, Self-Service. (-link to DSRG, Self-service –) In self-service you can pay with the following payment cards: Visa, Mastercard, Maestro or Dankort.
Once ordered and paid, they are immediately issued digitally.
If you do not have MitID and one of the mentioned payment cards, you can order these documents by e-mail.
B. Order from the Ship Registry via e-mail
Instead of ordering in the Self-Service solution, you can send an e-mail to the Danish Ship Register email@example.com. Payment must be made by bank transfer to:
4069 0316 25
stating signal letters / FTJ-no. and document type, e.g. ”registration certificate”.
The payment must be received or initiated with your bank before we issue the certificate or transcript.
You can facilitate the processing by attaching a copy of the transfer request to your bank in the email.
In the order email, you must state the type of transcript or certificate and the following for each of the different document types:
- Certificate of registration or deletion:
b. Name of ship:
- Non-registration certificate:
- The owner of the ship:
b. Build number:
c. Name of ship:
d. Port of registry:
- Transcript of Digital/dematerialized mortgage:
- Signal letters:
b. Mortgage document type:
c. Mortgage amount
- Mortgage ID-No:
- Certified copies of paper/non-digitised registered documents:
- Signal letters of the ship:
- Document type: (document of title, type of mortgage or negative pledge)
- For mortgage documents, the mortgage sum and ID number are required.
d. For negative pledges, the pledgee, the pledgor, and the ID number are required.
Expedition of the ordered
Registration, deletion and non-registration certificates are sent by e-mail.
Transcripts of digital/dematerialized mortgage documents are sent by e-mail
Certified copies are sent by e-mail, but can also be sent both as scan and by post, as original endorsed copies. Danish courts usually accept certified scanned copies.