Danish Maritime Authority

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The Danish Maritime Authority (Danish: Søfartsstyrelsen) is a government agency of Denmark that regulates maritime affairs. Its headquarters are in Valby, Copenhagen.[1] Previously they were in another facility in Copenhagen.[2]

Previously the authority's Division for Investigation of Maritime Accidents investigated maritime accidents. A European Union directive asks countries to establish maritime investigation authorities that are independent of the maritime administration divisions. The bill L xx caused Denmark to establish a new maritime investigation agency.[3] The Danish Maritime Accident Investigation Board now handles investigations of maritime accidents.

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  1. ^ "Contact." Danish Maritime Authority. Retrieved on April 30, 2013. "Danish Maritime Authority Carl Jacobsens Vej 31 DK-2500 Valby"
  2. ^ "Contact." Danish Maritime Authority. Retrieved on 16 January 2012. "Danish Maritime Authority P O Box 2605 38 C, Vermundsgade DK – 2100 Copenhagen Ø" - Address in Danish: "Vermundsgade 38 C 2100 København Ø"
  3. ^ "New maritime accident investigation board on its way." (Archive) Danish Maritime Authority. 28 February 2011. Retrieved on 16 January 2012.

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