USCG updates the Notice of Arrival and Departure (NOA/D) available means of reporting

USCG NVMCUnited States Coast Guard has updated, the Notice of Arrival and Departure (NOA/D) available means of reporting arrivals and departures. As per the newly published Notice of Arrival/Departure (NOAD) regulation Title 33 Code of Federal Regulations Chapter 160, the NVMC will only be accepting NOAD submissions by the following methods:

  1. Emailed submission of either of the latest two published NVMC Workbooks located at http://www.nvmc.uscg.gov under the Downloads Tab and sent to enoad at nvmc.uscg.gov.
  2. Via the NVMC eNOAD website.
  3. Via Third-party application submissions conforming to standards found at http://www.nvmc.uscg.gov under the Developer Tab.
  4. Via the NVMC InfoPath template version 6.3.0 until its retirement. Submitters utilizing this product may submit their NOAD on-line by using the built-in submit functionality or by emailing it to enoad at nvmc.uscg.gov.

Note: The NVMC will no longer accept NOAD submissions that contain the NOAD information as text within the body of emails or attachments of scanned documents. These submissions no longer will be processed after September 30, 2015.

If you have further questions not answered at http://www.nvmc.uscg.gov you may contact the NVMC at (800) 708-9823 or (304) 264-2502 or by sending an email with your specific question or inquiry to the sans@nvmc.uscg.gov address.

You may send technical questions to the techsupport@nvmc.uscg.gov address. The support team is very prompt and will answer/clarify all your queries.

Source: USCG

 

Relevant article: USCG updates the e-NOA/D Template Version 6.3.0

 

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