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OCEANUS REGISTRY REDUCES FEES TO SERVE BUSINESS BETTER

 OCEANUS REGISTRY REDUCES FEES TO SERVE BUSINESS BETTER
 MANSET-SEAWALL, Maine, Oct. 12 /PRNewswire/ -- This week the Oceanus


Government announced a reduction of its ship registry fees to better serve the business community and the global seas environment. Capt. E.A. Tut, designer of the new Oceanus Registry and head of its technical office, announced the registry fees reduction.
 Capt. Tut used an example to clarify the announcement, "Figuring fees for a vessel with 10,026.73 GRT and 6,803.18 net registered tons, the two major open registry fees would be $7,843.43 or $9,204.10." By contrast, Tut said, "the Oceanus Registry fees would be $4,061.60. Before the Oceanus Registry fees adjustment, the fees would have been $4,220. Thus," he added, "Oceanus fees are the lowest when compared to the two major low fee open registries on planet Earth.
 "Oceanus Registry is a one-of-a-kind shipowner/manager opportunity," Tut said. "It is the only registry that allows the business community to hire officers and crew from anywhere on planet Earth and have them be nationals of the ship's flag. This can save them money, provide better safety, and allow better environmental standards," Tut explained. "The Oceanus Registry provides all humans a way to break out of their enclusive nationalism on the global seas into a common heritage non- exclusive national world citizenship. It also provides them better job and business opportunities."
 Kenneth Kirk, International Bar (London), stated in a 1991 legal opinion that, "The concept of Oceanus is traceable to the ancient Greeks as the Titan ruler of the world's waters...In 1609, the great Dutch jurist Hugo Grotius expounded the doctrine of freedom of the seas...The Oceanus concept is embodied in the United Nations Declaration of Principles (Dec. 17, 1970). The only mechanism that could logically and legitimately implement the UN's Declaration of Principles would be one that truly derives from and thus represents all people. And the only known government which bases its power on this concept, in the context of the oceans, is Oceanus."
 Admiral Welles, Oceanus Communications and Transportation Commissioner, explained further, "Thus Oceanus, being the only non- exclusive government of a country on planet Earth, offers every merchant seafarer, refugee and/or other persons, its nationality as a birthright service while effecting better democratic international management of the vital global seas environment."
 Welles concluded, "Many of the foods and supplies we use daily get to us by ships traveling in the Country of Oceanus, therefore the lower fees of Oceanus Government Registry can serve the entire community. When more people understand that Oceanus offers better services to individuals and businesses, the Oceanus Registry and its other options will gain better success."
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 /CONTACT: Admiral E.R. Welles of the Oceanus Government, 207-244-5015/ CO: Oceanus Government Registry ST: Maine IN: SU:


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