The Maritime Transport Sector aims to develop and enhance the fleet of vessels under the Saudi flag and to maximize capacity on board these vessels in line with the International Standards for Safety, Marine Environment Protection and Maritime Security issued by the International Maritime Organization (IMO). The Maritime sector also aims to develop maritime transport activities and services on a sustainable basis to achieve the goals of Saudi Vision 2030.

  • Maritime transport (international - coastal - within the port).
  • Inspection of vessels not subject to international treaties.
  • Inspection of rescue equipment and appliances.
  • Shipping agents (sea freight vending).
  • Issuing maritime tickets for passengers.
  • Register the maritime service of the Saudi crew working onboards.
  • Recognition of marine certificates for foreign seafarers working onbord Saudi ships.
  • Accreditation of Marine colleges and institutes.

Passenger transport between Jazan City and Farsan Island for citizens and residents through two phrases (Jazan, Fursan) to transport people without charge for these services. The Authority supervises this service and ensures the operator's compliance with safety and quality standards.

The transfer of goods and materials between Jazan and Farsan Island to achieve development in Farsan Island and the equalization of prices for consumables and services for the people of Forsan with the rest of the cities of the Kingdom.

Booking of tickets and transport of goods on these ships through the portal.

  • Convention on the Facilitation of International Maritime Traffic, 1965, as amended (FAL Convention), by Royal Decree No. M / 77 dated 19/7/1439 AH
    • Which includes procedures and measures necessary to facilitate the entry and departure of ships to the various ports and simplify procedures through the establishment of a single window, which helps to reduce the duration of the ship's stay in ports.
  • International Convention on Civil Liability for the Damage of Oil Pollution by Oil Vessels 2001, by Royal Decree No. M / 13 dated 1/2 / 1440H
    • Which include the regulation of liability rules for marine pollution resulting from the leakage of oil vessels' oil and the limits of such liability, as well as ensuring that those affected have access to and ensure compensation for pollution.
  • International Convention on the Control of Systems Used in Ships Resistant to Impurities and Harmful Effects, 2001, by Royal Decree No. M / 56 dated 4/7 / 1439H
    • This agreement aims to achieve a higher level of protection of the marine environment from pollution by obliging shipowners to remove harmful harmful substances such as algae and harmful fungi that are attached to the hull of ships to ensure that harmful substances do not move from one place to another.
  • Convention on the Determination of Liability of Shipowners in Maritime Claims of 1976 and Protocol 1996, by Royal Decree No. M / 90 dated 11 September 1438H
    • This Convention contains rules for determining the liability of shipowners for maritime claims.