Romanian Naval Authority
Romanian Naval Authority (RNA)
is the specialized executive agency subordinated to the Ministry of Transport, playing the role of state authority with the purpose of ensuring safety of navigation.
Romanian Naval Authority is a self-financing institution, with legal personality, located in Constanta Port Enclosure, established by merging the Civil Navigation Inspectorate and the Romanian Register of Shipping. As a result of the merger, RNA took over the rights and obligations of both corporate bodies, which consequently were dissolved.
Romanian Naval Authority exerts its tasks through its own headquarters office, through the harbor master’s offices and technical inspectorates – as operative subsidiaries without legal personality.
The management of the Romanian Naval Authority is ensured by the Managing Board, consisting of 11 members and leaded by a President, whom is also the RNA’s General Director.
Main tasks of the
Romanian Naval Authority have been defined as follows:
Main mission of the Romanian Naval Authority
The main mission of the Romanian Naval Authority policy is continuous improvement of the quality of services, in accordance with the national and international requirements in the field of merchant navigation and ports operation, in order to promote and develop the highest standards on ships, crews and passengers' safety, as well as environment protection against pollution. Our motto ``Safety through Quality`` illustrates RNA's vision to become a leader in safety and security of naval transports, through high level of quality of the provided services and professionalism of its staff.