Regulation Of The Minister Of Marine And Fisheries The Number Per 30/download/2012 2013

Original Language Title: Peraturan Menteri Kelautan dan Perikanan Nomor PER.30/MEN/2012 Tahun 2013

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Back NEWS REPUBLIC of INDONESIA No. 81, 2013 the MINISTRY of MARINE and fisheries. Capture Fisheries Business. The Area Of The Management Of Fisheries.
REGULATION of the MINISTER of MARINE and FISHERIES of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA NUMBER PER 30/DOWNLOAD/CAPTURE FISHERIES EFFORT ABOUT 2012 in the AREA of MANAGEMENT of FISHERIES of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA with the GRACE of GOD ALMIGHTY the MINISTER of MARINE and FISHERIES of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA, Considering: a. that the fish resources in the area of management of Fisheries of the Republic of Indonesia (WPP-NRI) which is part of the wealth of the nation of Indonesia, to do the optimal and sustainable management and preservation of fish resources provided and the environment for the realization of industrialization of fishery catch;
b. that in order the utilization of fish resources optimally for the prosperity of the people of Indonesia, the need to reorganize the businesses capture fisheries as set forth in the regulations of the Minister of marine and Fisheries the number PER 14/DOWNLOAD/2011 Capture Fisheries Effort about as amended by regulation of the Minister of marine and Fisheries the number PER. 49/DOWNLOAD/2011;
c. that based on considerations as referred to in letter a and letter b, need to set up the capture Fishery Effort in the area of management of Fisheries of the Republic of Indonesia by ministerial regulation;
Remember: 1. Act No. 5 in 1983 about the exclusive economic zone of Indonesia (the State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 44 in 1983, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3302);
2. Act No. 17 of 1985 about the Endorsement of the United Nations Convention on the law of the sea of 1982 (Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 76 of 1985, additional sheets of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3319);
3. Act No. 6 of 1996 about the waters of Indonesia (the State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 73 in 1996, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3647);
4. Act No. 31 of 2004 concerning Fisheries (Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 118 in 2004, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4433), as amended by Act No. 45 of 2009 (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia year 2009 Number 154, additional sheets of the Republic of Indonesia Number 5073);
5. Law Number 32 of 2004 concerning Regional Government (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 125 of 2004, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4437), as last amended by law No. 12 of 2008 (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 59 in 2008, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4844);
6. Act No. 25 of 2007 about Investing (Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 67 in 2007, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4724);
7. Act No. 17 of 2008 about the voyage (Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 64 in 2008, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4849);
8. Act No. 21 of 2009 about the endorsement of the Agreement for the Implementation of the Provisions of the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea of 10 December 1982 Relating to the Conservation and Management of Straddling Fish Stocks and Highly Migratory Fish Stocks (the approval of the implementation of the provisions of the United Nations Convention on the law of the sea of 10 December 1982 relating to the Conservation and management of Fish Stocks are Limited and Preparations Beruaya fish Beruaya distance) (Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Year 2009 Number 95, additional sheets of the Republic of Indonesia Number he received 5024);
9. Government Regulation Number 54 in 2002 about the fishing Effort (the State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 100 in 2002, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4230);
10. Government Regulation Number 62 in 2002 about the Tariff Over the kind of Acceptance State Tax is not applicable to the Department of marine and Fisheries (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 118 in 2002, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4241), as amended by Government Regulation number 19 in 2006 (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 45 in 2006, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4623);
11. the presidential Regulation No. 9 of 2007 about the endorsement of the Agreement for The Establishment of The Indian Ocean Tuna Commission (agreement on the establishment of the Indian Ocean Tuna Commission);
12. the presidential regulation Number 109 in 2007 about the endorsement of the Convention for The Conservation of Southern Bluefin Tuna (Convention on the conservation of Southern Bluefin Tuna);
13. Presidential regulation Number 47 in 2009 about the formation and organization of the Ministries, as last amended by regulation of the President Number 91 in 2011 (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 141 in 2011);
14. the presidential regulation Number 24 of 2010 about the position, duties, and functions of the Ministries as well as the Organization, duties, and functions of the Echelon I Ministries of the Republic of Indonesia, as amended last presidential regulation Number 92 in 2011 (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia in 2011 Number 142);
15. Presidential regulation Number 36 in 2010 about a list of Businesses that closed and open Fields with the requirements in the field of capital investment;
16. Presidential Decree Number 83/P in 2009, as amended by Presidential Decree Number 62/P in 2012;
17. Regulation of the Minister of marine and fisheries the number PER. 01/DOWNLOAD/2009 on the territory of the Republic of Indonesia Fishery Management;
18. Regulation of the Minister of marine and fisheries the number PER 27/DOWNLOAD/2009 concerning the registration and marking of Fishing Vessels;
19. Regulation of the Minister of marine and fisheries the number PER 15/DOWNLOAD/2010 about the Organization and the Work of the Ministry of marine and Fisheries;
20. Regulation of the Minister of marine and fisheries the number PER 18/DOWNLOAD/2010 about Fishing Log Book;
21. Regulation of the Minister of marine and fisheries the number PER. 02/DOWNLOAD/2011 about the fishing and Placement Tool fishing and Fishing Tools in the area of management of Fisheries of the Republic of Indonesia (Republic Indonesia in 2011 number 43), as last amended by regulation of the Minister of marine and Fisheries the number PER. 05/DOWNLOAD/2012 (news of the Republic of Indonesia in 2012 the number 191);
22. Regulation of the Minister of marine and fisheries the number PER. 08/DOWNLOAD/2012 Kepelabuhanan about Fisheries (news of the Republic of Indonesia in 2012 the number 440);
23. Regulation of the Minister of marine and fisheries the number PER 12/DOWNLOAD/Capture Fisheries Effort about 2012 on the high seas (Republic Indonesia in 2012 Number 668);
Notice: 1. the Code of Conduct for Responsible Fisheries, the Food and Agriculture Organization 1995;   
2. Agreement to Promote Compliance with International Conservation and Management Measures by Fishing Vessels on the High Seas in 1993, the Food and Agriculture Organization;   
3. the Agreement on Port State Measures to Prevent, Deter and Eliminate Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated Fishing, Food and Agriculture Organization 2009;
Decide: define: REGULATION of the MINISTER of MARINE and FISHERIES on the CAPTURE FISHERY EFFORT in the AREA of MANAGEMENT of FISHERIES of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA.
CHAPTER I GENERAL PROVISIONS article 1 In this regulation of the Minister, is: 1. the fishing Effort is an activity that is carried out with the fishing business system which includes preproduction, production, processing, and marketing.
2. the fishing Effort of fishing effort is captured based on the activities of fishing and/or transhipment activities of fish. 3. a person is a person, the individual or company fishing.
4. the fishing Company is a company doing business in the field of fisheries is either a legal entity or is not a legal entity.
5. the person in charge of the company are the ones who are responsible for the companies that do venture fisheries catch. 6. The owner of the ship is a person an individual citizen of the Republic of Indonesia that is doing business the fishing catch.
7. Fisheries Management Region of the Republic of Indonesia, hereinafter abbreviated WPP-NRI is the management of the fishery for the catching of fish that includes the waters of Indonesia, Indonesia exclusive economic zones, rivers, lakes, reservoirs, marshes, and other potential puddles to be organised in the territory of the Republic of Indonesia.
8. small Fishermen whose livelihoods are the ones doing the catching of fish to meet the needs of daily life which uses the biggest-sized fishing vessels 5 gross tonnage (GT).
9. Business Plans capture fisheries, hereinafter called the business plan, is the document that contains the plan phases in realizing the business activities of fisheries catch.
10. Catching fish is an activity to obtain fish in waters that are not in a State of cultivated with or in any way, including activities that use the vessel for loading, transporting, storing, cooling, handle, process, and/or mengawetkannya. 11. Carriage of fish is a special activity that performs the collection and/or transporting fish.
12. fisheries Ship is a ship, boat, or other floating tool used to make fishing, supporting the operation of fisheries, fish farms, fish processing, fish transportation, fisheries, training and research/exploratory fisheries.
13. Fishing vessel is a vessel used for catching fish, including hold, store, refrigerate, and/or preserve the fish.
14. fish transport ship is a ship that has a palkah and/or specifically used for carrying, loading, hold, collecting, storing, cooling and/or preservation of fish.

15. The Centre is a place of fishermen unloading activities for fishing vessel measuring up to 10 (ten) GT and the place of unloading the fish into the fish transport ship.
16. The units of the fleet of fishing boats fishing group is technically designed to operated in a unified operating system capture (purse seine group), which consists of a fishing vessel, fish transport ship, and ship operations supporting fisheries.
17. The partnership is cooperation in business linkages, either directly or indirectly, on the basis of the principle of mutual need, trust, strengthen, profitable, and nurture.
18. Fish processing units, hereinafter abbreviated to UPI, is the place and facilities for fish processing activities do.
19. fishing Tool is a means and equipment or other objects that are used to catch fish.
20. Indonesia exclusive economic zone, hereinafter abbreviated to ZEEI, is the line outside the territorial sea and is bordered by Indonesia, as defined under the laws in force regarding Indonesia's waters that include the seabed, the ground underneath, and water over it with the outermost limit of 200 (two hundred) nautical miles measured from the base of the territorial sea of Indonesia.
21. Business Permit Fisheries, hereinafter abbreviated SIUP, written consent is a must-have for doing business the fishing with the use of the means of production that are listed in the permit.
22. Fishing Licences, hereinafter abbreviated SIPI, written consent is a must-have for conducting fisheries every ship fishing that is part an integral part of SIUP.
23. Fish Carrier Licences, hereinafter abbreviated SIKPI, written consent is a must-have for conducting fisheries every ship transporting fish that is part an integral part of SIUP.
24. The allocation of the fishing vessels is the amount that would be allowed to operate in certain territorial waters that are part of WPP-NRI based on estimation of resource potential of fish set.
25. The recommendation of the allocation of Fishing Investment, hereinafter abbreviated to RAPIPM, is affidavits containing fishing allocation approval issued by the Director-General to the company in the field of fisheries with the facilities capital investment through authorized agencies in the field of capital investment.
26. The expansion of the allocation is the addition of the number of boats fishing and/or additions to the types of business activities that are associated and have not PROVIDED are listed in.
27. the base Port is the fishing port or public port as a fishing boat place leaning, docked, unloading fish, and/or fill in supplies comes with the safety of shipping and ancillary activities of the fishery.
28. Port of transit is the fishing port or public port as a fishing boat stopped to place the filling provisions or other operational purposes.
29. The port of unloading is the fishing port or public port as a fishing boat places in an attempt to capture fisheries integrated unloaded fish.
30. The port of unloading is the fishing port or public port as a fishing boat place to load fish and filling the supply or other operational purposes.
31. A warrant Payment, hereinafter abbreviated SPP, is a letter issued by the Director General or the designated officer concerning the nominal value that are to be paid by each according to Mail Deposits rather than tax (SSBP).
32. The levy Concession Fisheries, hereinafter abbreviated PPP, is the State's levy imposed upon every person in order to obtain SIUP or SIKPI, in return for the opportunity given by the Government of Indonesia to conduct a fishing effort or transporting fish in the WPP-NRI and/or sea.
33. The results of the plebiscite in the Fisheries, hereinafter abbreviated as PHP, is a collection of State charged to any person in order to obtain the SIPI, in return for the opportunity given by the Government of Indonesia to conduct a fishing venture.
34. Instead charge (Transhipment) is the transfer of fish catches from fishing vessel to fish transport ship or transfer of fish catches from the fishing vessel to the fishing vessel. 35. The Minister is the Minister of marine and fisheries.

36. The Director-General is the Director General of Capture Fisheries.

37. The Directorate-General of the Directorate General of Fisheries Catch is.
38. The technical Implementing fishing port, hereinafter abbreviated UPT fishing port is implementing technical unit in the field of fishing port which is under and is responsible to the Director General of Capture Fisheries. 39. Head of Department is the Head Office of the province or district/city in charge in the field of fisheries.

Article 2 the purpose of this ministerial regulation is a reference point for Governments, local authorities, businessmen, fishermen and small business activities in the implementation of the fisheries catch.

CHAPTER II TYPES of CAPTURE FISHERIES EFFORT article 3 types of capture fisheries effort include: a. catching fish;

b. business hauling fish;

c. an attempt arrest and transportation of fish; and d. the capture fishery integrated efforts.

Article 4 the capture fishery Effort by use of the fishing vessel and/or transports fish with a total cumulative 200 (two hundred) GT and above can only be done by a company incorporated in law.

Article 5 (1) fishing Effort referred to in article 3 letter a consists of: a. the fishing effort by use of fishing vessel operated singly;
b. fishing effort by use of the fishing vessel that is operated in units of the fleet catching fish; and c. the fishing effort by use of fishing vessel operated singly and catching fish using a fishing vessel operated in units of the fleet catching fish.
(2) fishing Effort by use of fishing vessel operated singly as referred to in paragraph (1) letter a is done by fishing vessel that at once serves as the carrier of fish catches.
(3) Ventures catching fish using a fishing vessel operated in units of the fleet of fishing as referred to in paragraph (1) letter b done by a fishing vessel, fish transport ship, and ship operations supporting fisheries which is an aggregation of fish catching fleets.
(4) the Business of catching fish using a fishing vessel operated singly and catching fish using a fishing vessel operated in units of the fleet of fishing as referred to in paragraph (2) Letter c is done within one (1) business.
Article 6 (1) fish transportation Undertakings referred to in article 3 letter b consists of: a. the transport of fish within the country; and b. endeavour carriage of fish for the purpose of export.
(2) fish transportation Business in the country referred to in paragraph (1) letter a consists of: a. the transport of fish from fishermen centers;

b. transport of fish from the base to the port of unloading; and c. transporting fish with patterns of partnership.
(3) for the purpose of fish hauling Businesses export as referred to in paragraph (1) letter b is a fish transport ship used to transport fish to foreign countries.
(4) Undertakings transporting fish for the purpose of export as referred to in paragraph (1) letter b, and transport of fish from the Harbor to the port base load referred to in paragraph (2) letter b can be done by the company rather than the company's fisheries.
Article 7 the effort of catching and transporting the fish referred to in article 3 of the letter c can only be done within a single company.

Article 8 the integrated capture fisheries Undertakings referred to in article 3 letter d consists of: a. the fisheries catch with investing in domestic and foreign investment; and b. a non-capture fisheries business capital investment.

Article 9 (1) the integrated capture fisheries Effort referred to in article 8 is the integration between the activities of fishing, transporting the fish with fish processing industry.
(2) Integration referred to in subsection (1) is intended to improve the quality, added value, and competitiveness of Indonesia fishery products.
(3) the integrated capture fisheries Effort can be given incentives in the form of: a. an additional allocation of the number of boats fishing;

b. priority of utilization in industrial fishing port;

c. administering the port of unloading at SIPI and SIKPI in accordance with UPI owned;

d. facilitating the promotion of fishery products, both in the local market as well as export markets; and/or e. capacity building institutional and human resources.
(4) the granting of incentives referred to in paragraph (3) with consideration of the availability of fish resources and infrastructure that is owned by the Ministry of maritime and fishery, the regional Government of the province or district/city match those powers.
Article 10 (1) fishing Effort and/or transport of fish that do the fish processing enterprise development can be given incentives in the form of: a. an additional allocation of the number of boats fishing;

b. priority of utilization in industrial fishing port; and/or c. administering the port of unloading at SIPI and SIKPI in accordance with UPI.
(2) fish processing Business that does business development fisheries can be given incentives in the form of: a. facilitating the promotion of fishery products, both in the local market as well as export markets; and/or b. an increase in institutional capacity and human resources.

(3) the granting of incentives referred to in paragraph (1) and paragraph (2) with consideration of the availability of fish resources and infrastructure that is owned by the Ministry of maritime and fishery, the regional Government of the province or district/city match those powers.
CHAPTER III the PERMISSIONS Part is considered a type of licensing and the expiration of section 11 (1) every one who commits an attempt the capture fisheries in the WPP-NRI, required to have business license fishing catch.
(2) the capture fisheries business license as referred to in paragraph (1), include: a. the fisheries business license issued in the form PROVIDED;

b. fishing permits are issued in the form of SIPI; and c. permit fish transport ship that was published in the form of SIKPI.
(3) PROVIDED, as referred to in paragraph (2) letter a, consisting of: a. SIUP individuals;

b. SIUP company; and c. SIUP investing.
(4) the SIPI referred to in paragraph (2) letter b, consisting of: a. The SIPI for fishing vessel operated singly;

b. SIPI for fishing vessel operated in units of the fleet catching fish;

c. SIPI to ship operations supporting fisheries; and d. SIPI to ships training or research/exploratory fisheries.
(5) SIKPI as mentioned on paragraph (2) Letter c, consisting of: a. SIKPI for transports fish from fishermen centers;

b. SIKPI for fish transport ship from the port of unloading to the port base;

c. SIKPI for fish transport ship with patterns of partnership;

d. SIKPI fish transport ship for export purposes;

e. SIKPI for carrier flagged a foreign fish diageni by the company rather than the company's fisheries; and f.  Fish transport ship for SIKPI flagged the Indonesia diageni by the company rather than the company's fisheries.
Article 12 (1) Obligations have PROVIDED, as mentioned in article 11 paragraph (2) letter a are excluded for: a. small fishing; and b. the Government, local governments, or college for the purpose of training and research/exploratory fisheries.
(2) the obligation of having the SIPI and SIKPI as stipulated in article 11 paragraph (2) letter b and c, exempt small fishing for these obligations and replaced with proof of Registration of the ship.
Article 13 (1) SIUP for as long as the people doing the business activities of fisheries catch.

(2) the SIPI, SIKPI, and proof of Registration of the ship is valid for 1 (one) year.

The second part of article 14 licence issuing Authority (1) the Minister bestows authority issuance of capture fisheries business license to the Director General, Governor, bupati/walikota and accordingly its.
(2) the Director-General referred to in subsection (1) is authorized to publish the SIUP, SIPI, and SIKPI for: a. the fishing boat with a size above 30 (thirty) GT; and b. the capture fishery businesses that use foreign capital and/or foreign labor.
(3) the Governor referred to in subsection (1) is authorized to publish the SIUP, SIPI, and fishing boats for SIKPI with size over 10 (ten) GT up to 30 (thirty) GT for persons who are domiciled in the territory of its administrative and operating on the waters in the territory of the province's fisheries management is based, and not using foreign capital and/or foreign labor.
(4) the Bupati/walikota referred to in subsection (1) is authorized to publish: a. SIUP, SIPI, and fishing boats for SIKPI with sizes up to 10 (ten) GT for persons who are domiciled in the territory of its administrative and operating on the waters of the province the district/city place of domicile, as well as not using foreign capital and/or foreign labor; and b. evidence of Registration of the ship for a small fishers use 1 (one) vessel size of 5 (five) GT to fulfill the needs of everyday life.
(5) publication of SIUP, SIPI, and SIKPI by Governor and Regent/Mayor as referred to in paragraph (3) and paragraph (4) of the letter a in the implementation is done by the head of Department or designated officials.
(6) proof of Publication of the recording of a ship referred to in subsection (4) the letter b in the implementation is done by the head of Department.
(7) the Governor delivered the report PROVIDED, SIPI, and the publication of SIKPI to the Minister through the Director General every 6 (six) months.
(8) the Bupati/walikota report SIUP, SIPI, SIKPI, and proof of Registration of the ship that carried to the Minister through the Director General every 6 (six) months.
(9) the requirements and procedures for the issuance of SIUP, SIPI, and the Governor's authority be SIKPI or Regent/Mayor as referred to in paragraph (3) and subsection (4) a regulated more by local regulations with reference to the regulation of the Minister.
Article 15 (1) publication of SIUP, SIPI, and SIKPI as stipulated in article 14 should consider estimation of the potential and the number of catches of fish resources which allowed the set with the decision of the Minister.
(2) based on the estimation of the potential and the number of catches of fish resources are allowed as referred to in paragraph (1) the Director-General set the number of GT ship that can exploit fish resources at the each WPP-NRI for Central, provincial, and district/city.
(3) the Governor and the bupati/walikota report number GT ship utilizing fish resources as referred to in paragraph (2) to the Director General.
(4) on the basis of the report referred to in subsection (3), the Director-General to report to the Minister as a material consideration in determining fisheries management policies.
The third part of the terms and procedures for the issuance of the Consent Paragraph 1 Attempt Fishing Licences article 16 (1) every person for having PROVIDED, as stipulated in article 14 paragraph (2) should apply to the Director General, attaching requirements: a. business plan covering the investment plan, a plan of the ship, and operational plans;

b. photocopy of Taxpayer Staple Number (NPWP) ship owners or companies, by showing the original;

c. photocopying Card (KTP) Resident Signs owner's ship or person in charge of the company, with its original shows;

d. business domicile affidavits;

e. a photocopy of the company's deed by showing the original;
f. photocopying legal endorsement for fisheries that use a fishing vessel and/or transports fish with a total cumulative 200 (two hundred) GT and above;
g. legal statement enough from the owner of the ship or a company in charge of the State: 1) the ability to build or have a UPI or partnered with the ICU who already have a certificate of Eligibility Processing (SKP) for the integrated capture fisheries businesses; 2) willingness and undertaking complies with all the provisions of the legislation; and 3) the truth of the data and information submitted.
(2) further Provisions regarding the procedures for the preparation of the business plan referred to in subsection (1) letter a set with the decision of the Director General.
Article 17 (1) based on the application referred to in article 16 paragraph (1), the Director General did a feasibility assessment of the business plan and the completeness of requirements other than 5 (five) working days since the receipt of the complete application, which results in the form of approval or rejection.
(2) the Director-General in the conduct of the assessment referred to in subsection (1) is assisted by a team of Assessors Feasibility business plan set out by decision of the Director General.
(3) the Director General publish SPP-PPP with enclosed blangko SSBP longest 3 (three) working days since the application PROVIDED, as referred to in paragraph (1) was adopted.
(4) the applicant must pay the PPP and deliver payment (SSBP) to the Director General of the longest 10 (ten) working days since the SPP-PPP is published.
(5) the longest one (1) working days since the payment (SSBP) accepted, done taking photo and a specimen signature of the owner of the ship or person in charge of the company in order of publishing PROVIDED.
(6) if within the period of 10 (ten) working days since the SPP-PPP published the applicant did not pay the PPP application SIUP declared annulled by law.
(7) the Director General publish SIUP longest 2 (two) working days since the taking of the photo and specimen signature.
(8) if the petition is PROVIDED, as mentioned in subsection (1) is refused, the Director General delivered a denial to the applicant the longest 3 (three) working days accompanied by reasons and file the petition PROVIDED to the Directorate General.
(9) the form and format PROVIDED, as mentioned in paragraph (7) as listed in the annex which is part an integral part of this Ministerial Regulation, comprising: a. Appendix i: SIUP for Individuals.

b. Annex II: SIUP for company.
Article 18 PROVIDED, as mentioned in article 16 can apply also to the activities of fishing and/or transporting fish that its business plan covering the high seas.

Paragraph 2 Permits Fishing article 19 (1) every person to have the SIPI as stipulated in article 14 paragraph (2) should apply to the Director General, attaching requirements: a. photocopy of SIUP;
b. photocopy of grosse Act by showing the original, in grosse Act in the bank guarantee, must attach a photocopy of the deed of mortgages with original shows; c. technical specification of used fishing tools;

d. photocopies of pictures of the ship's general plan (general arrangement);
e. data ships with the format as listed in Annex III which is part an integral part of this Ministerial Regulation; f. plans target species fisheries;

g. Certificate Installation Transmitter vessel monitoring system issued by the Superintendent of fisheries;
h. legal statement enough from the owner of the ship or a company in charge of the State:

1) capable of receiving, helps smooth the task, and keep safety monitoring Officer (observer) for the fishing vessel measuring thirty (30) GT and above; 2) the ability to maintain the sustainability of fish resources and the environment;

3) capable of filling the log book in accordance with the regulations;

4) capable of using the sailors and CREW on BOARD the nation of Indonesia in accordance with the regulations;
5) ships that are used are not listed in the list of ships that perform unauthorized fishing, unreported, and unregulated (illegal, unreported, and unregulated fishing); and 6) the truth of the data and information submitted.
(2) in addition to requirements as referred to in subsection (1) for the fishing vessel fleet in units plus the requirements in the form of a list of fishing vessel, type of fishing tools, fish transport ship, and ship operation supporting the arrest of the ship in the form of a lamp.
(3) in addition to requirements as referred to in paragraph (1) and paragraph (2), for the fishing vessel in an attempt to capture fisheries plus integrated requirements in the form of affidavits from the Director General of processing and marketing Fisheries Results stating: a. the realization of construction of UPI at least 75% (seventy five percent), to procure the former fishing vessel; b. realization of the construction of the ICU for at least 50% (fifty percent), for the procurement of a new fishing vessel; or c.  realization of the construction of the ICU at least 65% (sixty-five per cent), for the procurement of fishing vessel in a State new and used.
Article 20 (1) based on the application referred to in article 19 paragraph (1), the Director General do assessment of completeness of requirements with regard for the longest SIUP 2 (two) working days since the receipt of the complete application, which results in the form of approval or rejection.
(2) in case of application as referred to in paragraph (1) was adopted, the longest 2 (two) working days performed physical examinations fishing vessel and fishing by fishing vessels of the physical examiner clerk.
(3) physical examination of the fishing vessel as referred to in paragraph (2) should refer to the original deed or deed of grosse mortgages and physical examination tool fishing refers to fishing tool technical specifications.
(4) in the case of physical examination results of the fishing vessel and fishing tools has been appropriate, physical checking of fishery ship officer longest three (3) working days of issuing recommendations to the Director-General that the results of the physical examination of the vessel and the fishing is in compliance.
(5) in case the results of the physical examination and/or the fisheries are not appropriate, physical checking of fishery ship officer longest three (3) working days of issuing recommendations to the Director-General that the results of the physical pemeriksaaan of the ship and/or fishing tool is not appropriate.
(6) the Director General publish SPP-PHP with the enclosed blangko SSBP longest 2 (two) working days since the receipt of the recommendation referred to in paragraph (4) (7) the applicant shall pay and deliver payment (SSBP) to the Director General of the longest 10 (ten) working days since the SPP-PHP was published.
(8) if within the period of 10 (ten) working days since the SPP-PHP published the applicant did not pay the PHP application, SIPI declared annulled by law.
(9) the Director-General to publish the longest SIPI 3 (three) working days since the payment (SSBP) is received.
(10) If the application referred to in paragraph SIPI (1) is refused and the results of physical examinations as referred to in subsection (5) does not comply, the Director General delivered a denial to the applicant the longest 3 (three) working days accompanied by reasons and file the petition for SIPI belongs Directorate General.
(11) The shape and format of the SIPI referred to in paragraph (9), as listed in the annex which is part an integral part of this Ministerial Regulation, comprising: a. Appendix IV: SIPI for Single Operations.

b. Attachment V:SIPI for Operations Group-Unit Fleet Catching fish.
Article 21 (1) petition for SIPI for ships supporting operations of fishing that operated in units of the fleet of ships lamps, presented to the Director General in conjunction with the filing of the application for the operating Units for the SIPI Fishing Fleet.
(2) the form and format of SIPI for supporting ships as referred to in paragraph (1), as listed in Annex VI which is part an integral part of the regulation of the Minister.
Section 22 fisheries for ships owned by the Government, local governments, or college or training to conduct the research/exploratory fisheries, must apply to the Director General of SIPI, attaching requirements: a. photocopying grosse, by showing the original deed, in case the grosse Act in the bank guarantee, must attach a photocopy of the deed of mortgages with original shows; b. technical specifications used fishing tools;

c. photocopying the image plan General (general arrangement);

d. the Certificate Installation Transmitter vessel monitoring system issued by the Superintendent of fisheries;
e. legal statement enough of the applicant stating: 1) the ability to maintain the sustainability of fish resources and the environment; and 2) capable of filling the log book in accordance with the legislation.
Article 23 (1) Upon application as referred to in article 22, the Director General do assessment of completeness of requirements most 2 (two) working days since the receipt of the complete application, which results in the form of approval or rejection.
(2) in case of application as referred to in paragraph (1) was adopted, the longest 2 (two) working days performed physical examinations fishing vessel and fishing by fishing vessels of the physical examiner clerk.
(3) physical examination of the fishing vessel as referred to in paragraph (2) should refer to the original deed or deed of grosse mortgages and physical examination tool fishing refers to fishing tool technical specifications.
(4) in the case of physical examination results of the fishing vessel and fishing tools has been appropriate, physical checking of fishery ship officer longest three (3) working days of issuing recommendations to the Director-General that the results of the physical examination of the vessel and the fishing is in compliance.
(5) in case the results of the physical examination and/or the fisheries are not appropriate, physical checking of fishery ship officer longest three (3) working days of issuing recommendations to the Director-General that the results of the physical pemeriksaaan of the ship and/or fishing tool is not appropriate.
(6) the Director General publish SIPI longest 3 (three) working days since the receipt of the recommendation referred to in subsection (4).
(7) If a petition for SIPI as mentioned on paragraph (1) is refused and the results of physical examinations as referred to in subsection (5) does not comply, the Director General delivered a denial to the applicant the longest 3 (three) working days accompanied by reasons and file the petition for SIPI belongs Directorate General.
(8) the form and format of SIPI as intended in paragraph (6), as listed in Annex VII is part an integral part of the regulation of the Minister.
Paragraph 3 Fish Carrier Permit section 24 (1) every person for SIKPI have as stipulated in article 14 paragraph (2) should apply to the Director General, attaching requirements: a. photocopy of SIUP;
b. photocopy of grosse Act by showing the original, in grosse Act currently in the bank guarantee, must attach a photocopy of the deed of mortgages with original shows; c. photocopying the image plan General (general arrangement);
d. the data ships with the format as listed in Annex III which is part an integral part of this Ministerial Regulation; e. the Certificate Installation Transmitter vessel monitoring system issued by the Superintendent of fisheries;
f. legal statement enough from the owner of the ship or a company in charge of the State: 1) capable of receiving, helps smooth the task, and keep the safety officers monitor fish transport ship (observer);
2) ability to use 1 (one) person has control certificate the qualities of skill handling a fish (SKPI); 3) the ability to maintain the sustainability of fish resources and the environment;
4) capable of using the sailors and CREW on BOARD the nation of Indonesia in accordance with the regulations;
5) ships that are used are not listed in the list of ships which perform the carriage of fish illegally, unreported, and unregulated (illegal, unreported, and unregulated fishing); and 6) the truth of the data and information submitted.
(2) the requirements referred to in subsection (1) coupled with specific requirements, namely: a. for transports fish from fishermen activities centers, in the form of a list of names of the central activities of the fishermen unloading the fish passed by the district/city;
b. for carrier fish with patterns of partnership, in the form of a list of fishing vessel measuring up to 10 (ten) GT partners who passed by the Office of district/city;
c. for the purpose of fish transport ship exports, in the form of: 1) plans of the port base and port of destination;

2) photocopying letters mark the ship's nationality to a foreign vessel;

3) photocopying letters measure for international foreign ships; and 4) a photocopy of a passport and seaman's book (seamen book) and skipper size photos 4 x 6 cm colored by as much as 2 (two) sheet and list of servants of the ship (ABK).

(3) in addition to requirements as referred to in paragraph (1) and paragraph (2), for fish transport ship in an attempt to capture fisheries plus integrated requirements in the form of affidavits from the Director General of processing and marketing Fisheries Results stating: a. the realization of construction of UPI at least 75% (seventy five percent), to procure the former fish transport ship; b. realization of the construction of the ICU for at least 50% (fifty percent), for the procurement of new fish carrier; or c.  realization of the construction of the ICU at least 65% (sixty-five per cent), for fish transport ship procurement in the State of new and used.
Article 25 (1) Upon application as stipulated in article 24, the Director General do assessment of completeness of requirements with regard for the longest SIUP 2 (two) working days since the receipt of the complete application, which results in the form of approval or rejection.
(2) in case of application as referred to in paragraph (1) was adopted, the longest 2 (two) working days performed physical examination officer by transports physical vessel examiner fisheries.
(3) examination of the physical carrier of fish referred to in paragraph (2) should refer to the original deed or deed of grosse mortgages.
(4) in the event that the results of the physical examination of fish transport ship were in accordance with the original deed or deed of grosse mortgages, physical checking of fishery ship officer longest three (3) working days of issuing recommendations to the Director-General that the results of the physical examination of the vessel is in compliance.
(5) in case the results of the examination of the physical carrier of fish is not appropriate, physical checking of fishery ship officer longest three (3) working days of issuing recommendations to the Director-General that the results of the physical examination of the ship is not appropriate.
(6) the Director General publish SPP-PPP with enclosed blangko SSBP longest 2 (two) working days since the receipt of the recommendation referred to in subsection (4).
(7) the applicant must pay the PPP and deliver payment (SSBP) to the Director General of the longest 10 (ten) working days since the SPP-PPP is published.
(8) if within the period of 10 (ten) working days since the SPP-PPP published the applicant did not pay the PPP, requests for SIKPI declared annulled by law. (9) the Director-General to publish the longest SIKPI 3 (three) business days after payment is received (SSBP).
(10) If the petition for SIKPI as mentioned on paragraph (1) is refused and the results of physical examinations as referred to in subsection (5) does not comply, the Director General delivered a denial to the applicant the longest 3 (three) working days accompanied by reasons and file the petition for SIKPI belongs Directorate General.
(11) The shape and format of SIKPI referred to in paragraph (9), as listed in the annex which is part an integral part of this Ministerial Regulation, comprising: a. Appendix VIII: SIKPI for fish transport ship with the partnership. b. Annex IX: SIKPI fish transport ship for export purposes. c. Appendix X:SIKPI for fish transport ship from the port of unloading to the port base. d. Annex XI: SIKPI for transports fish from fishing centers. Article 26 (1) of the company rather than the company that operates the fishing vessel to perform the transport obligated SIKPI fish.
(2) the company is not fishing for SIKPI have companies must apply to the Director General, attaching requirements: a. photocopying Licensing Ocean Freight Shipping Business (SIUPAL) issued by the relevant authorities, with the original shows;
b. photocopy of grosse Act, with original shows, in grosse Act in the bank guarantee, must attach a photocopy of the deed of mortgages with original shows; c. Agency appointment letter or photocopy of a photocopy of a letter tenancy agreement of the ship;

d. image plan General (general arrangement);

e. photocopies of certificate of nationality of foreign-flag ships for ships;
f. fisheries company name list that requires fish freight in the form of cooperation that is authorized by a notary; g. photocopying letters measure international, foreign-flagged ships to;

h. photocopy of ID/Passport of owner ship or person in charge of the company;
i. a photocopy of passport and seaman's book (seamen book) and skipper size photos 4 x 6 cm colored by as much as two (2) pieces; and j.   affidavit of legal enough over the truth of the data and information submitted.
Article 27 (1) Upon application as stipulated in article 26 paragraph (2), the Director General for conducting assessment of the completeness of requirements with regard for the longest SIUPAL 3 (three) working days since the receipt of the complete application, which results in the form of approval or rejection.
(2) in case of application as referred to in paragraph (1) was adopted, the longest 3 (three) working days performed physical examination officer by transports physical checking of fishery ships.
(3) examination of the physical carrier of fish referred to in paragraph (2) should refer to the original deed or deed of grosse mortgages.
(4) in the event that the results of the physical examination transports were in accordance with the original deed or deed of grosse mortgages, physical checking of fishery ship officer longest three (3) working days of issuing recommendations to the Director-General that the results of the physical examination of the vessel is in compliance.
(5) in terms of the physical examination results of transports are not appropriate, physical checking of fishery ship officer longest three (3) working days of issuing recommendations to the Director-General that the results of the physical examination of the ship is not appropriate.
(6) the Director General publish SPP-PPP with enclosed blangko SSBP longest 3 (three) working days since the receipt of the recommendation referred to in subsection (4).
(7) the applicant must pay the PPP and deliver payment (SSBP) to the Director General of the longest 10 (ten) working days since the SPP-PPP is published.
(8) if within the period of 10 (ten) working days since the SPP-PPP published the applicant did not pay the PPP, requests for SIKPI declared annulled by law. (9) the Director-General to publish the longest SIKPI 3 (three) working days since the payment (SSBP) is received.
(10) If the petition for SIKPI as mentioned on paragraph (1) is refused and the results of physical examinations of the ship referred to in subsection (5) does not comply, the Director General delivered a denial to the applicant the longest 3 (three) working days accompanied by reasons and file the petition for SIKPI belongs Directorate General.
(11) The shape and format of SIKPI referred to in paragraph (9), as listed in the annex which is part an integral part of this Ministerial Regulation, comprising: a. Appendix XII: SIKPI to ship foreign-flagged diageni by the company rather than the company's fisheries.

b. Annex XIII: SIKPI to ship the diageni Indonesia flagged by the company rather than the company's fisheries.
Article 28 (1) petition for SIKPI for fish transport ship which operated in units of the fleet, presented to the Director General in conjunction with the filing of the application for the operating Units for the SIPI Fishing Fleet.
(2) the form and format of SIKPI as referred to in paragraph (1), as listed in Annex XIV which was part an integral part of the regulation of the Minister.
Part four requirements and procedures for the issuance of proof of Registration of the ship Article 29 (1) small Fishermen to have proof of Registration of the ship must apply to the Head Office of kabupaten/kota with attaching requirements: a. photocopy ID CARD with original shows;

b. technical specifications tool catching fish; and c.  quite a legal affidavit stating: 1) ship used only 1 (one) unit with a size of 5 (five) GT as evidenced by the letter or letters shipyard welder; and 2) ability to report catches of fish.
(2) Upon application as referred to in paragraph (1), the Head Office of kabupaten/kota longest 2 (two) working days published a proof of Registration of the ship. (3) issuance of proof of the ship's Registration is free of charge.
(4) the form and format of the proof of Registration of the ship referred to in subsection (2), as listed in Annex XV, which was part an integral part of the regulation of the Minister.
CHAPTER IV FISHING VESSEL PROCUREMENT and TRANSPORTS FISH article 30 (1) the Minister gives approval authority procurement of fishing vessel and fish transport ship to the Director-General with the above size 30 (thirty) GT.
(2) the Minister gives approval authority procurement of fishing vessel and fish transport ship to the Governor with a size of over 10 (ten) GT up to 30 (thirty) GT.
(3) the Minister gives approval authority procurement of fishing vessel and fish transport ship to the bupati/walikota with sizes up to 10 (ten) GT. Article 31 (1) the procurement of fishing vessel and/or transports fish as referred to in article 30 may be made from domestic and/or overseas with how to buy, build, or modify.
(2) the procurement of fishing vessel and/or transports fish from within the country or abroad as referred to in paragraph (1), can be done in an new or used on behalf of the holder PROVIDED.
(3) the procurement of fishing vessel and/or transports fish from the Interior subject to approval of the Director General, or Governor, bupati/walikota in accordance with those powers.
(4) the procurement of fishing vessel and/or transports fish from abroad subject to approval of the Director General.
(5) procurement of fishing vessel from abroad as referred to in paragraph (4) criteria: a. new circumstances, provided the above size 100 (one hundred) GT;

b. State the former size above 100 (one hundred) GT with the provisions of: 1) at most 50% (fifty percent) of the allocation of the ships listed in the PROVIDED;

2) age of the ship of not more than 10 (ten) years; and 3) conducted by the fisheries law incorporated company.
(6) provision of transports fish from abroad as referred to in paragraph (4) criteria: a. new circumstances, provided the above sized 500 GT;
b. State the former size above 1000 (one thousand) GT with the provisions of: 1) at most 50% (fifty percent) of the allocation of the ships listed in the PROVIDED;

2) age of the ship of not more than 10 (ten) years; and 3) conducted by the fisheries law incorporated company.
Article 32 (1) any person to conduct procurement of fishing vessel and/or transports fish must apply to the Director General by attaching requirements: a. photocopy of SIUP;

b. photocopy pictures general plans of ships (general arrangement);

c. technical specification of the type of fishing that will be used, for the fishing vessel;

d. affidavits from shipyards, for the procurement of new vessels;
e. recommendations from the Government of the country where the ship building and is known by the representative offices of the Republic of Indonesia in the concerned countries to procure ships from abroad; and f.  quite a legal affidavit stating that the ship is not listed in the list of fishing vessels making arrests and/or transporting fish illegally, unreported, and unregulated (illegal, unreported, and unregulated fishing) for the procurement of ships of the former State.
(2) Upon application as referred to in paragraph (1), the Director General do assessment of completeness of requirements with regard for the longest SIUP 2 (two) working days since the receipt of the complete application, which results in the form of approval or rejection.
(3) in case of application as referred to in paragraph (2) was adopted, the longest 3 (three) working days Director General procurement approval publishes the ship.
(4) in the event the application referred to in subsection (2) is refused, the Director General delivered a denial to the applicant the longest 3 (three) working days accompanied by reasons and file the petition belonged to the Directorate General.
Section 33 Approvals procurement of fishing vessel and fish transport ship not provided for ships that came from the auction due to do fishing and transporting the fish illegally, unreported, and unregulated (illegal, unreported, and unregulated fishing).

Article 34 the terms and procedures for the procurement of fishing vessel and/or transports fish into the authority of the Governor or Regent/Mayor organized in local regulations with reference to the regulation of the Minister.

Article 35 the Director General, Governor, bupati/walikota correspond to the kewenanganya referred to in article 30 to give approval for the procurement of the ship should refer to the estimation of the potential and the number of catches of fish resources which allowed the set with the decision of the Minister.

Chapter V PHYSICAL INSPECTION of FISHING VESSEL and FISH TRANSPORT SHIP Article 36 (1) physical examination of the fishing vessel and fishing is done at the time of application for SIPI and if there changes to the specifications of the ship and/or specifications of fishing tools.
(2) examination of the physical carrier of fish is carried out at the time of application and in case of change of SIKPI specifications Board.
(3) physical examination as referred to in paragraph (1) and paragraph (2) was carried out in the country by the physical Examiner Ship Officer fisheries.
(4) the physical Vessel Examiner Fisheries Officer referred to in subsection (3) has the task of conducting a physical examination of the fishing vessel, fishing tools, and customized fish transport ship with the original deed or deed of grosse mortgages and specification tools are catching fish.
(5) the cost of execution of the physical examination as referred to in paragraph (3) is charged to the income and Expenditure Budget of the State (STATE BUDGET) of the Ministry of marine and fisheries. (6) standard Operational procedures and Physical Fishing Vessel Examiner Team established by the decision of the Director General.

CHAPTER VI the ARRESTS and the PORT AREA of the BASE Article 37 (1) fishing vessel fishing in the area is given 1 (one) WPP-NRI.

(2) Regional fisheries can be given in two WPP-WPP to NRI-NRI which are side by side.

(3) any fishing vessel given 1 (one) of the base port and one (1) port of transit.

(4) every carrier of fish given 1 (one) of the port base.
(5) any fishing vessel and fish transport ship is obliged to land the fish in the harbour of bases as listed in the SIPI or SIKPI.
(6) every ship that is not landed the fish in the harbour base referred to in paragraph (3), paragraph (4) provided for the removal of sanctions or SIKPI SIPI.
Article 38 (1) fishing vessel size is above 30 (thirty) GT given area fishing in the waters of the archipelago and ZEEI. (2) fishing vessel measuring 100 (one hundred) GT over the given area fishing in ZEEI.
(3) fishing vessel acquired through procurement from abroad and/or foreign regional catching fish in the given ZEEI.
CHAPTER VII an INTEGRATED CAPTURE FISHERIES EFFORT Considered Investing Part of article 39 (1) capture fishery Effort with integrated facilities: a. capital investment in the country, with the terms of use of the fishing vessel sized above 30 GT;

b. foreign, with the terms of use above 100-sized fishing vessel GT.
(2) the integrated capture fisheries Undertakings as referred to in subsection (1) must have a fishing vessel with a cumulative amount of above 2,000 (two thousand) GT. Article 40 (1) of the fishing Companies with facilities capital investment must apply RAPIPM to the Director General through the authorized agencies in the field of capital investment, attaching requirements: a. the identity of the company;
b. mandatory foreign capital investment to establish a limited liability company under the laws of Indonesia and domiciled in the territory of the Republic of Indonesia; and c.  business plan referred to in article 16 paragraph (1) letter a.
(2) Upon application as referred to in paragraph (1), the Director General of conducting assessment of the business plan more than 5 (five) working days, the results of which form of approval or rejection.
(3) in case of application as referred to in paragraph (2) was adopted, the longest 2 (two) working days Director General publishes RAPIPM which is submitted to the responsible agencies in the field of capital investment in order to subpoena issuance of capital investment.
(4) in the event the application referred to in subsection (2) is refused, the longest 2 (two) working days Director General delivered a denial accompanied rejection reason presented to the responsible agencies in the field of capital investment.
Article 41 (1) based on capital investment approval letter issued by the responsible agencies in the field of capital investment, the company's fisheries apply for publication PROVIDED to the Director General by attaching requirements: a. business plan covering the investment plan, a plan of the ship, and operational plans;

b. the company's NPWP, by showing the original;

c. photocopy of ID/Passport of person in charge of the company, with its original shows;

d. business domicile affidavits;

e. photocopying endorsement legal entities;
f. affidavit of legal enough of the person in charge of the company stating: 1) the truth of the data and information submitted; and 2) abide by and carry out the willingness of all the provisions of the legislation.
(2) Upon application as referred to in paragraph (1), the Director General did a feasibility assessment of the business plan and the completeness of requirements other than 5 (five) working days since the receipt of the complete application, which results in the form of approval or rejection.
(3) the Director-General in the conduct of the assessment referred to in subsection (2), assisted by a team of Assessors Feasibility business plan referred to in article 17 paragraph (2).
(4) the Director General publish SPP-PPP with enclosed blangko SSBP longest 3 (three) working days since the application PROVIDED, as referred to in paragraph (2) was adopted.
(5) the applicant must pay the PPP and deliver payment (SSBP) to the Director General of the longest 10 (ten) working days since the SPP-PPP is published.
(6) the longest one (1) working days since the payment (SSBP) accepted, done taking photo and a specimen signature of the owner of the ship or person in charge of the company in order of publishing PROVIDED. (7) the Director General publish SIUP longest 2 (two) working days since the taking of the photo and specimen signature.
(8) if within the period of 10 (ten) working days since the SPP-PPP published the applicant did not pay the PPP application SIUP declared annulled by law.
(9) if the petition is PROVIDED, as mentioned in paragraph (2) is refused, the Director General delivered a denial to the applicant the longest 3 (three) working days accompanied by reasons and file the petition PROVIDED to the Directorate General.
(10) Form and format PROVIDED, as mentioned in paragraph (7), as listed in Annex XVI a is part an integral part of the regulation of the Minister.
Article 42 (1) for companies with capital investment facilities that use the fishing vessel and/or transports fish with a cumulative amount of above 2,000 (two thousand) GT fish processing have to do with building or have a UPI.

(2) construction of the ICU as referred to in subsection (1) include the following facilities, means of processing, the feasibility of processing, production, and availability of raw materials.
(3) the construction of the ICU as referred to in paragraph (2), mandatory realized 100% (one hundred percent) of not longer than 1 (one) year since the SIPI and/or SIKPI published.
(4) the ICU as referred to in paragraph (3) evaluated by the Directorate General of processing and marketing Fisheries Results specifically related to facilities, means of processing, the feasibility of processing, production, and availability of raw materials, as well as operasionalisasi.
(5) further Provisions against the development, evaluation and operasionalisasi UPI set with the decision of the Director General of the Fisheries processing and marketing results.
The second part of the Non-capital investment of article 43 (1) capture fisheries integrated Efforts by the non-capital investment companies that use a fishing vessel and/or transports fish with a cumulative amount of above 2,000 (two thousand) GT fish processing have to do with building or have a UPI.
(2) construction of the ICU as referred to in subsection (1) include the following facilities, means of processing, the feasibility of processing, production, and availability of raw materials.
(3) the construction of the ICU as referred to in paragraph (2), mandatory realized 100% (one hundred percent) of not longer than 1 (one) year since the SIPI and/or SIKPI published.
(4) the ICU as referred to in paragraph (3) evaluated by the Directorate General of processing and marketing Fisheries Results specifically related to facilities, means of processing, the feasibility of processing, production, and availability of raw materials, as well as operasionalisasi.
(5) further Provisions against the development, evaluation and operasionalisasi UPI set with the decision of the Director General of the Fisheries processing and marketing results.
Article 44 (1) a company that uses a fishing vessel with a cumulative amount of 200 (two hundred) GT up to 2,000 (two thousand) GT mandatory partnered with UPI.
(2) partnerships with UPI as referred to in subsection (1) is done by attaching requirements: a. UPI has had SKP;

b. processing capacity does not exceed the capacity of the ICU is installed;

c. the notary deed about endorsement partnership agreement; and d. the UPI list name will partner.
(3) the company that did the partnership with UPI as referred to in subsection (1) must submit a report to the Director General of the partnership, the Director General of processing and marketing the results of fishing, and the Director General of Marine Resources and fisheries.
(4) the provisions concerning the partnership with UPI as referred to in paragraph (1) and paragraph (2) be governed more by the regulations the Director General of processing and marketing the results of fisheries.
CHAPTER VIII alteration, extension, and the REPLACEMENT of One part of the LICENSING PROVIDED Paragraph 1 changes to Article 45 (1) changes when there are changes done PROVIDED: a. the person in charge of the company;

b. business domicile;

c. expansion of the allocation;

d. reduction of appropriations;

e. regional fisheries;

f. port base, the port of loading, port of transit, or the port of unloading;

g. fishing tools; and/or the h. size fishing vessel and/or the size of the fish transport ship. (2) change of SIUP as mentioned on paragraph (1) may be submitted after 6 (six) months from SIUP published.
(3) change of SIUP referred in paragraph (2) are excluded in case the existence of government policies in the management of fisheries as well as the changes referred to in paragraph (1) letter a and b and is not subject to the levy.
(4) the extension of the allocation may be submitted after the realization of the entire appropriations listed in PROVIDED, having regard to the estimation of the potential fish resources.
(5) the reduction of the allocation is done on the basis of application submitted or when within a period of 2 (two) years counted since SIUP published cannot realize the entire plan of his business, PROVIDED, replaced in accordance with the business plan and the realization of the PPP who have paid can not be pulled back.
Article 46 (1) every person to make changes PROVIDED apply to Director General, attaching requirements: a. photocopy of SIUP be modified;

b. type of change requested SIUP; and c. an affidavit sufficient legal over the truth of the data and information submitted.
(2) Upon application as referred to in paragraph (1), the Director General of conducting assessment of the completeness of the longest requirements three (3) working days since the receipt of the complete application, which results in the form of approval or rejection.
(3) If an application as referred to in paragraph (2) was approved, to be in charge of the company changes, business domicile, the arrests, the base port, the port of loading, port of transit, or the port of unloading is not subject to the levy.
(4) in the event of a change in charge of the company as referred to in paragraph (3), the longest one (1) working day since the petition was approved, done SIUP taking photo and specimen signature of person in charge of the company in order of publishing PROVIDED.
(5) the Director General publish SIUP changes the longest 3 (three) working days since the approved application referred to in subsection (3) and the longest 2 (two) working days since the taking of the photo and the signature specimen referred to in subsection (4).
(6) If an application as referred to in paragraph (2) was adopted, to change the form of the expansion of the allocation, increased the size of the boat, and fishing tool changes, Director General publishes SPP-PPP with enclosed blangko SSBP longest 3 (three) working days.
(7) the applicant must pay the PPP and deliver payment (SSBP) to the Director General of the longest 10 (ten) working days since the SPP-PPP is published.
(8) if within the period of 10 (ten) working days after the SPP-PPP is published, the applicant did not pay the PPP, application for change of SIUP declared annulled by law.
(9) the Director General publish SIUP changes most 2 (two) working days after payment (SSBP) is received.
(10) In the event of a change in charge of the company and the change referred to in paragraph (6) simultaneously, the longest one (1) working days since the payment (SSBP) accepted done taking photo and specimen signature of person in charge of the company.
(11) The Director General publish SIUP changes most 2 (two) working days after the taking of the photo and specimen signature.
(12) When the application for the change of SIUP referred to in subsection (2) is refused, the Director General delivered a denial to the applicant the longest 3 (three) working days accompanied by reasons and file the petition for change of SIUP belongs Directorate General. (13) SIUP Changes given when PROVIDED, long has done the changes returned to the Director General.

Paragraph 2 of the replacement of Article 47 (1) the replacement of the original SIUP do if PROVIDED, damaged or missing.
(2) every person who will be doing the replacement SIUP must apply to the Director General by attaching requirements: a. the original in terms of SIUP SIUP damaged or missing from police affidavits in the case PROVIDED, missing; and b. quite a legal affidavit upon the truth of the data and information submitted.
(3) the Director General publish SIUP longest replacement three (3) working days since the receipt of the application referred to in subsection (2).
(4) if in the future the attached requirements as referred to in paragraph (2) are not correct and are used for the benefit of the country and/or detrimental to the detriment of the other party, PROVIDED, that was reported missing and PROVIDED replacement revoked. (5) replacement of SIUP not subject to PPP.

The second part of Paragraph 1 of article Changes SIPI 48 (1) change of SIPI can only be filed after a period of 3 (three) months since the SIPI was published.
(2) change of SIPI done when there is change: a. SIUP;

b. specification of the fishing vessel;

c. fishing tools;

d. areas of arrest; and/or e. port base, the port of unloading, or the port of transit.
(3) every person to make changes to SIPI to apply to the Director General, attaching requirements: a. photocopy of SIUP;

b. photocopy of SIPI to be modified;

c. type change SIPI requested; and d. affidavit of legal enough over the truth of the data and information submitted.
Article 49 (1) Upon application as referred to in article 48 paragraph (3), the Director General do assessment of completeness of requirements with regard for SIUP, longest 2 (two) working days since the receipt of the complete application, which results in the form of approval or rejection.
(2) if the application referred to in subsection (1) was adopted, to change the form of changes to the specifications of fishing vessel and/or catching fish, longest 2 (two) working days performed physical examinations fishing vessel and fishing by fishing vessels of the physical examiner clerk.
(3) physical examination of the fishing vessel as referred to in paragraph (2) should refer to the original deed or deed of grosse mortgages and physical examination tool fishing refers to fishing tool technical specifications.
(4) in the event that the results of the physical examination of the vessel and the fishing has been appropriate, physical checking of fishery ship officer longest three (3) working days of issuing recommendations to the Director-General that the physical examination results of the fishing vessel and fishing is in compliance.

(5) in case the results of the physical examination and/or the fisheries are not appropriate, physical checking of fishery ship officer longest three (3) working days of issuing recommendations to the Director-General that the physical examination results of the fishing vessel or fishing tools are not appropriate.
(6) the Director General publish SPP-PHP with the enclosed blangko SSBP longest 2 (two) working days since the receipt of the recommendation referred to in subsection (4).
(7) the applicant shall pay and deliver payment (SSBP) to the Director General of the longest 10 (ten) working days since the SPP-PHP was published.
(8) if within the period of 10 (ten) working days since the SPP-PHP published the applicant did not pay the PHP, application for change of SIPI declared annulled by law.
(9) the Director General publish SIPI changes the longest 3 (three) business days after payment is received (SSBP).
(10) When the application for the change of SIPI referred to in subsection (1) is refused and the results of physical examinations as referred to in subsection (5) does not comply, the Director General delivered a denial to the applicant the longest 3 (three) working days accompanied by reasons and file the petition for change of SIPI belongs Directorate General.
(11) Director General publishes the SIPI changes most 2 (two) working days since the application for change of SIPI approved, to change the area of the arrest and the base port, the port of unloading, or the port of transit and not subject to the levy. (12) SIPI changes took effect since published up to the end of the validity period of the modified SIPI.

(13) SIPI was returned to the Directorate General of not longer than 1 (one) month after the SIPI changes published.

Paragraph 2 the extension of article 50 (1) extension of the SIPI can be submitted three (3) months before the expiration of SIPI ends.
(2) every person to do the extension of SIPI must apply to the Director General, attaching requirements: a. photocopy of SIUP;

b. photocopy of SIPI extended;

c. photocopying grosse deed or book ship of fisheries;

d. proof of payment of air time Transmitter Vessel Monitoring System for years to come;
e. Letter from the head of the port the ship-based place, stating that the ship is based and to land her catch the fish in the harbour in accordance with that stated in the SIPI; f. proof of delivery Report business activities (LKU) and activity report of arrest (LKP);
g. Letter from the Director General of processing and marketing Fisheries Results stating that has been realizing 100% ICU development (one hundred percent) of the integrated capture fisheries businesses; and h. legal statement enough from the owner of the ship or the company responsible States: 1) fishing vessel there is no change in functionality, technical specifications and/or catching fish;
2) capable of receiving, helps smooth the task, and keep safety monitoring Officer (observer) for the fishing vessel measuring thirty (30) GT and above;
3) capable of using the sailors and CREW on BOARD the nation of Indonesia in accordance with the regulations; and 4) the truth of the data and information submitted.
Article 51 (1) based on the application referred to in article 50 paragraph (2), the Director General for conducting assessment of the completeness of requirements with regard for the longest SIUP 2 (two) working days since the receipt of the complete application, which results in the form of approval or rejection.
(2) in case of application as referred to in paragraph (1) was adopted, and there are changes to the technical specifications of the vessel fishing and/or catching fish, longest 2 (two) working days performed physical examinations aboard fishing and/or the fisheries by fisheries ship physical examiner clerk.
(3) physical examination of the fishing vessel referred to in subsection (2), referring to the original deed or deed of grosse mortgages and physical examination tool fishing refers to fishing tool technical specifications.
(4) in the case of physical examination results of the fishing vessel and fishing tools has been appropriate, physical checking of fishery ship officer longest three (3) working days of issuing recommendations to the Director-General that the physical examination results of the fishing vessel and fishing is in compliance.
(5) in case the results of the physical examination and/or the fisheries are not appropriate, physical checking of fishery ship officer longest three (3) working days of issuing recommendations to the Director-General that the results of the physical pemeriksaaan of the ship and/or fishing tool is not appropriate.
(6) the Director General publish SPP-PHP with the enclosed blangko SSBP longest 2 (two) working days since the receipt of the recommendation referred to in subsection (4).
(7) in terms of application as referred to in paragraph (1) was adopted and there is a change in the area of arrest and/or port, the port of unloading, base or stopover ports, Director-General of the SPP-published by blangko longest SSBP attached with 2 (two) working days since the approval of the application referred to in subsection (1).
(8) the applicant will have to pay PHP as referred to in paragraph (6) or subsection (7) and submit payment (SSBP) to the Director General of the longest 10 (ten) working days since the SPP-PHP was published.
(9) if within the period of 10 (ten) working days since the SPP-PHP published the applicant did not pay the renewal application PHP, SIPI declared annulled by law.
(10) The Director-General to publish the longest extension of SIPI in 3 (three) working days since the payment (SSBP) is received.
(11) If the application for an extension of the SIPI referred to in subsection (1) is refused and the results of physical examinations as referred to in subsection (5) does not comply, the Director General delivered a denial to the applicant the longest 3 (three) working days accompanied by reasons and file the application for an extension of the SIPI belongs Directorate General.
(12) SIPI extension as referred to in paragraph (10) is valid for 1 (one) years counted since the end of the expiration of the previous SIPI.
(13) If within a period of 1 (one) months from the expiration of the applicable SIPI not done extension, extension provisions enacted provisions identical with SIPI publishing new SIPI.
Article 52 (1) extension of the SIPI to ship with the above size 30 (thirty) GT up to sixty (60) GT operated singly can be performed by the Head Office of the province on behalf of the Governor or the head of the UPT fishing port on behalf of the Director General.
(2) the Head Office of the province and head of the UPT fishing port that can do an extension of SIPI as mentioned on paragraph (1) established by decision of the Director General.
(3) extension of the SIPI by head of Department of the province on behalf of the Governor or the head of the UPT fishing port as referred to in subsection (1) is carried out in accordance with the requirements and procedures as set forth in the regulations of the Minister.
Article 53 (1) of the SIPI are not extended for a period of 3 (three) months since the validity period expires, the owner of the ship or the person in charge of the company must be reported in writing about the existence and activity of the vessel and return these to the Director General of SIPI.
(2) If a provision referred to in subsection (1) is not implemented, the Government is not responsible for the activities of the ship that carried the ship and can not be given SIPI back.
Paragraph 3 of the replacement of article 54 (1) the replacement of the SIPI can be done when the original SIPI is corrupted or missing.
(2) every person who will do the replacement of the SIPI must apply to the Director General by attaching requirements: a. the original in terms of SIPI SIPI are damaged or missing from police affidavits in the case SIPI missing; and b. quite a legal affidavit upon the truth of the data and information submitted.
(3) the Director General publish SIPI longest replacement three (3) working days since the receipt of the application referred to in subsection (2).
(4) if in the future the attached requirements as referred to in paragraph (2) are not correct and are used for the benefit of the country and/or detrimental to the detriment of the other party, the SIPI was reported missing and substitute SIPI revoked. (5) the replacement of the SIPI is not subject to PHP.
The third part 1 Paragraph SIKPI Change of article 55 (1) changes can be filed only after SIKPI period of 3 (three) months since SIKPI published.
(2) change SIKPI done when there is change: a. SIUP;

b. specifications transports fish; and/or c. base port, the port of loading, port of transit, or the port of unloading.
(3) every person to make changes SIKPI apply to Director General, attaching requirements: a. photocopy of SIUP;

b. photocopy SIKPI modified;

c. type change SIKPI requested; and d. affidavit of legal enough over the truth of the data and information submitted.
Article 56 (1) Upon application as referred to in article 55 paragraph (3), the Director General do assessment of completeness of requirements with regard for the longest SIUP 2 (two) working days since the receipt of the complete application, the results can be either approval or disapproval.
(2) if the application referred to in subsection (1) was adopted, to change the form of the specification change transports fish, longest 2 (two) working days performed physical examination officer by transports physical vessel examiner fisheries.
(3) examination of the physical carrier of fish referred to in paragraph (2) should refer to the original deed or deed of grosse mortgages.

(4) in the event that the results of the physical examination of fish transport ship has been appropriate, physical checking of fishery ship officer longest three (3) working days of issuing recommendations to the Director-General that the results of physical examinations of fish carrier is in compliance.
(5) in case the results of the examination of the physical carrier of fish is not appropriate, physical checking of fishery ship officer longest three (3) working days of issuing recommendations to the Director-General that the results of the physical examination transports fish is not appropriate.
(6) the Director General publish SPP-PPP with enclosed blangko SSBP longest 2 (two) working days since the receipt of the recommendation referred to in subsection (4).
(7) the applicant must pay the PPP and deliver payment (SSBP) to the Director General of the longest 10 (ten) working days since the SPP-PPP is published.
(8) if within the period of 10 (ten) working days since the SPP-PPP published the applicant did not pay the PPP, application for change of SIKPI declared annulled by law.
(9) the Director General publish SIKPI changes the longest 3 (three) business days after payment is received (SSBP).
(10) When the application for the change of SIKPI referred to in subsection (1) is refused and the results of physical examinations as referred to in subsection (5) does not comply, the Director General delivered a denial to the applicant the longest 3 (three) working days accompanied by reasons and file the petition for change of SIKPI belongs Directorate General.
(11) The Director General publish SIKPI changes most 2 (two) working days since the application for change of SIKPI approved, to change the port base, the port, the port of unloading, or the port of unloading a stopover and is not subject to the levy. (12) SIKPI changes took effect since published up to the end of the validity period of the modified SIKPI.
(13) The modified SIKPI returned to the Directorate General of not longer than 1 (one) month after SIKPI changes published.
Article 57 (1) changes in the company rather than the company SIKPI fisheries can only be filed after a period of 3 (three) months since SIKPI published.
(2) change SIKPI done when there is change: a. SIUPAL;

b. mark the ship's nationality for a foreign vessel; and/or c. skipper.
(3) the company is not to conduct a fishing company SIKPI changes apply to the Director General, attaching requirements: a. photocopying SIUPAL;

b. photocopy SIKPI modified;

c. type change SIKPI requested;
d. photocopies of passport and seaman's book (seamen book) and skipper size photos 4 x 6 cm colored by as much as two (2) pieces; and e.  affidavit of legal enough over the truth of the data and information submitted.
Article 58 (1) Upon application as referred to in article 57, paragraph (3) the Director General do assessment of completeness of requirements with regard for the longest SIUPAL 3 (three) working days since the receipt of the complete application, which results in the form of approval or rejection.
(2) the Director General publish SIKPI changes the longest 3 (three) working days since the application for change of SIKPI approved.
(3) if the application for change of SIKPI referred to in subsection (1) is refused, the Director General delivered a denial to the applicant the longest 3 (three) working days accompanied by reasons and file the petition for change of SIKPI belongs Directorate General. (4) since the changes took effect SIKPI published up to the end of the validity period of the modified SIKPI.

(5) the modified SIKPI returned to the Directorate General of not longer than 1 (one) month after SIKPI changes published.

(6) change of SIKPI not subject to PPP.

Paragraph 2 the extension of Article 59 (1) extension of SIKPI may be submitted three (3) months before the expiration of SIKPI ends.
(2) every person to do extension SIKPI must apply to the Director General, attaching requirements: a. photocopy of SIUP;

b. photocopy SIKPI extended;

c. photocopying grosse deed or book ship of fisheries;

d. proof of payment of air time Transmitter Vessel Monitoring System for years to come;
e. Letter from the head of the port base, stating that the ship is based and land fish in the harbour in accordance with listed in SIKPI; f. proof of delivery LKU and LKP;
g. Letter from the Director General of processing and marketing Fisheries Results stating that has been realizing 100% ICU development (one hundred percent) for the integrated capture fisheries effort; and i.   legal statement enough from the owner of the ship or the company responsible States: 1) fishing vessel there is no change in functionality, technical specifications and/or catching fish;
2) capable of receiving, helps smooth the task, and keep safety monitoring Officer (observer) for the fishing vessel measuring thirty (30) GT and above;
3) capable of using the sailors and CREW on BOARD the nation of Indonesia in accordance with the regulations; and 4) the truth of the data and information submitted.
Article 60 (1) Upon application as referred to in article 59 paragraph (2), the Director General for conducting assessment of the completeness of requirements with regard for the longest SIUP 2 (two) working days since the receipt of the complete application, which results in the form of approval or rejection.
(2) in case of application as referred to in paragraph (1) was adopted, and there are changes to the technical specifications carrier fish, longest 2 (two) working days performed physical examination officer by transports physical vessel examiner fisheries.
(3) examination of the physical carrier of fish referred to in subsection (2), referring to the original deed or deed of grosse mortgages.
(4) in the event that the results of the physical examination of fish transport ship has been appropriate, physical checking of fishery ship officer longest three (3) working days of issuing recommendations to the Director-General that the results of physical examinations of fish carrier is in compliance.
(5) in case the results of the examination of the physical carrier of fish is not appropriate, physical checking of fishery ship officer longest three (3) working days of issuing recommendations to the Director-General that the results of the physical carrier pemeriksaaan fish is not appropriate.
(6) the Director General publish SPP-PPP with enclosed blangko SSBP longest 2 (two) working days since the receipt of the recommendation referred to in subsection (4).
(7) in terms of application as referred to in paragraph (1) was adopted and there is a change in the base port, the port of loading, port of transit, or the port of unloading the Director General publish SPP-PPP with enclosed blangko SSBP longest 2 (two) working days since the receipt of the application referred to in subsection (1).
(8) the applicant must pay the PPP as referred to in subsection (6) or subsection (7) and submit payment (SSBP) to the Director General of the longest 10 (ten) working days since the SPP-PPP is published.
(9) if within the period of 10 (ten) working days since the SPP-PPP published the applicant did not pay the PPP, requests for the extension of SIKPI declared annulled by law.
(10) the Director-General to publish the longest extension of SIKPI 3 (three) working days since the payment (SSBP) is received.
(11) If a petition for the extension of SIKPI referred to in subsection (1) is refused and the results of physical examinations as referred to in subsection (5) does not comply, the Director-General communicates to the applicant the longest 3 (three) working days accompanied by the reason for denial and files the application for the extension of SIKPI belongs Directorate General.
(12) the extension SIKPI as mentioned on paragraph (10) is valid for 1 (one) years counted since the expiration of the applicable SIKPI before.
(13) if within a period of 1 (one) months from the expiry of the validity period extension, not done SIKPI terms renewal SIKPI enacted provisions identical with the issuance of new SIKPI.
Article 61 (1) extension of SIKPI to venture transporting the fish with a partnership base to the port, the port of unloading, and fishing centers that are thirty (30) GT up to sixty (60) GT can be performed by the Head Office of the province on behalf of the Governor or the head of the UPT fishing port on behalf of the Director General.
(2) the Head Office of the province and head of the UPT fishing port that can do an extension of SIKPI as mentioned on paragraph (1) established by decision of the Director General.
(3) extension of SIKPI by head of Department of the province on behalf of the Governor or the head of the UPT fishing port as referred to in subsection (1) is carried out in accordance with the requirements and procedures as set forth in the regulations of the Minister.
Article 62 (1) extension of the fishery company not company SIKPI may be submitted three (3) months before the expiration of SIKPI ends.
(2) the company is not to conduct a fishing company extension must apply to the Director General, attaching the requirements as stipulated in article 26 paragraph (2) if there is a change.
Article 63 (1) Upon application as stipulated in article 62 paragraph (2), the Director General for conducting assessment of the completeness of requirements with regard for the longest SIUPAL 3 (three) working days since the receipt of the complete application, which results in the form of approval or rejection. (2) in the case of the petition is approved, the longest 3 (three) working days Director General publishes SPP-PPP with enclosed blangko SSBP.
(3) the applicant must pay the PPP and deliver payment (SSBP) to the Director General of the longest 10 (ten) working days since the SPP-PPP is published.

(4) if within the period of 10 (ten) working days since the SPP-PPP published the applicant did not pay the PPP, requests for the extension of SIKPI declared annulled by law. (5) the Director General publish SIKPI longest extension of 3 (three) working days since the payment (SSBP) is received.
(6) If an application for extension of SIKPI referred to in subsection (1) is refused, the Director General delivered a denial to the applicant the longest 3 (three) working days accompanied by reasons and file the application for an extension of SIKPI belongs Directorate General.
(7) SIKPI extension as mentioned on paragraph (5) is valid for 1 (one) years counted since the expiration of the applicable SIKPI before.
(8) if within a period of 1 (one) months from the expiry of the validity period extension, not done SIKPI terms renewal SIKPI enacted provisions identical with the issuance of new SIKPI. (9) an extended SIKPI returned to the Directorate General of not longer than 1 (one) month after SIKPI extension is published.

Paragraph 3 of the replacement of article 64 (1) replacement of SIKPI can be done when the original SIKPI is corrupted or missing.
(2) every person who will be doing the replacement SIKPI must apply to the Director General by attaching requirements: a. the original SIKPI SIKPI in terms of damaged or missing from police affidavits in the case SIKPI missing; and b. quite a legal affidavit upon the truth of the data and information submitted.
(3) the Director General publish SIKPI longest replacement three (3) working days since the receipt of the application referred to in subsection (2).
(4) if the future turns out to be the terms attached as referred to in paragraph (2) are not correct and are used for the benefit of the country and/or detrimental to the detriment of the other party, reported missing and SIKPI SIKPI's replacement was revoked. (5) replacement of SIKPI not subject to PPP.

The fourth part of the changes, renewals and Reimbursement Licensing by the Governor or Regent/Mayor of article 65 of the Ordinance and Requirements change, renewal, and replacement of SIUP, SIPI, and the Governor's authority be SIKPI or bupati/walikota organized in local regulations with reference to the regulation of the Minister.

The fifth part of change, Renewal, and replacement Evidence Logging Ship Paragraph 1 a change of article 66 (1) change the evidence Logging Ship may be filed after a period of 3 (three) months since the evidence of Registration of the ship published.
(2) change the evidence Logging Ships carried out when there is a change of ownership: a. fishing vessel;

b. fishing tools; and/or c. ship engines.
(3) the small Fishermen to make changes to the ship Registration Evidence apply to the Head Office of kabupaten/kota with attaching requirements: a. proof of Registration of the vessel; photocopy and b. type of change requested.
(4) Upon application as referred to in paragraph (3), the Head Office of kabupaten/kota is the longest one (1) business day published a proof of Registration of the ship changes.
Paragraph 2 the extension of Article 67 (1) extension of the proof of Registration of the ship can be submitted three (3) months before the expiration of the proof of Registration of the ship over.
(2) the small Fishermen to conduct extension Evidence Logging Ship must apply to the Head Office of kabupaten/kota, attaching requirements: a. the Ship Registration Proof photocopying extended; and b. a waiver from the ship's owner that the fishing vessel was not there is a change of ownership of a fishing vessel, fishing tools, and/or machinery of the ship.
(3) Upon application as referred to in paragraph (2), the Head Office of kabupaten/kota is the longest one (1) business day published a proof of Registration of the ship an extension.
Paragraph 3 of the replacement of article 68 (1) the replacement of a proof of Registration of the ship can be done when Evidence of the original Ship Registration is corrupted or missing.
(2) the small Fishermen who will be doing the replacement Ship Recording Evidence must apply to the Head Office of kabupaten/kota with attaching requirements: a. evidence of the original Ship Registration in terms of proof of Registration of the ship is damaged or missing from police affidavits in the case Evidence the recording of Ship missing; and b.  affidavit of legal enough over the truth of the data and information submitted.
(3) the Head Office of district/city issued the evidence of Registration of the vessel replacement for the longest one (1) working days since the receipt of the application referred to in subsection (2).
CHAPTER IX OVER charge (TRANSHIPMENT), actions of CONSERVATION and MANAGEMENT of FISH RESOURCES is considered part of the Over charge (Transhipment) Article 69 (1) any fishing vessel may do the transhipment to the fishing vessel and/or to transport fish.
(2) Transhipment as referred to in subsection (1) done with the terms: a. has the same base port;

b. implementation of the transhipment supervised by monitoring fishing vessels and fish transport ship (observer);

c. transmitter VMS in conditions of active and can be monitored online;

d. report to the head of the base port as listed in the SIPI or SIKPI;

e. report to the supervisor of fisheries in the base port as listed in the SIPI or SIKPI; and f.   fill the fish moving statement signed by each of the ship's captain and was delivered to the head of the port base.
(3) in the execution of transhipment, the fish landed in the port of mandatory base fits SIPI or SIKPI and not taken out of the country, except for the fishing vessel the use of purse seine fishing sized above 1000 (one thousand) GT operated singly.
(4) against the fishing vessel and fish transport ship in violation of the provisions referred to in paragraph (3) of the administrative penalties in the form of revocation of SIPI and SIKPI.
Article 70 (1) every carrier of fish used in fish freight business with the partnership can do with transhipment provisions: a. fishing vessel measuring up to 10 (ten) GT;
b. activities of fishing and transport of fish carried out by vessels which have a license or evidence of Registration of the ship and is the counterpart;
c. fish landed in the port of mandatory moved base fish carrier which accepts the transfer of fish catches; and d. the fill statement transfer of fish catches and signed by each of the ship's captain and was delivered to the head of the port base. (2) in the performance of transhipment, the fish landed in the port of mandatory base fits SIKPI and not taken out of the country.
(3) against fish transport ship in violation of the provisions referred to in paragraph (2) administrative penalties in the form of repeal SIKPI.
Article 71 forms and format of the statement of the transfer of the fish as referred to in article 69 paragraph (2) letter f, and section 70 subsection (1) the letter d as listed in Annex XVII a is part an integral part of the regulation of the Minister.

Article 72 of the head of the port base should report the implementation of transhipment every month to the Director General, attaching a photocopy of a statement of transfer of fish.

The second part Sideline Catches (Bycatch) ecologically associated with (Ecologically Related Species) Tuna Fisheries Article 73 (1) any fishing vessel which had the SIPI in the WPP-NRI mandatory conservation actions against certain types of species are ecologically linked with tuna, established by the Regional Fisheries Management Organization.
(2) the type of a particular species as referred to in paragraph (1) in the form of: a. the fish side (bycatch) in the form of shark monkey (thresher shark); or b.  the non-fish that are caught accidentally (incidental catch) of seabirds, sea turtles, and marine mammals including whales.
(3) action against conservation of fish catches (bycatch) moonlighting as referred to in paragraph (2) letter (a) include the following: a. releasing the fish that get caught if still alive;

b. perform handling and/or weeding out fish that are caught in the shutdown and mendaratkannya intact;
c. conduct record keeping type of fish that are caught in the shutdown, and report it to the Director General through the Chief of the base port as listed in the SIPI.
(4) actions against non-conservation of fish caught accidentally (incidental catch) as referred to in paragraph (2) letter (b) include the following: a. the release of non-fish species caught if still alive;
b. did the recording of non-fish species that are caught in the shutdown, and report it to the Director General through the Chief of the base port as listed in the SIPI.
(5) against the fishing vessel that violates the provisions as referred to in paragraph (3) and paragraph (4) administrative penalties in the form of revocation of SIPI.
(6) the form and format of the reports referred to in paragraph (3) subparagraph c and paragraph (4) letter b, as listed in Annex XVIII which is part an integral part of the regulation of the Minister.
The third section Sideline Catches (Bycatch) ecologically associated with (Ecologically Related Species) Shrimp Trawl Fisheries and fishing Trawler Fish Article 74 (1) sideline catches (bycatch) are ecologically linked to (ecologically related species) shrimp trawl fisheries and fishing trawler fish be fish mixture mandatory dealt with provisions: a. utilized for consumption needs; and b. the raw material utilized for fish meal.

(2) the side catches (bycatch) as referred to in paragraph (1) reported by the captain to the Director General through the Chief of the base port in accordance with SIPI.
(3) against a fishing vessel that violates the provisions as referred to in paragraph (1) of the administrative penalties in the form of revocation of SIPI.
(4) the form and format of the reports referred to in paragraph (2) as contained in Annex XIX that is part an integral part of the regulation of the Minister.
Part four Fishing during the time of the arrest closed and/or within the Fisheries closed Article 75 (1) any fishing vessel who do fishing in ZEEI fishing prohibited conduct based on: a. the time fishing is closed; and/or b. a closed fishing area. (2) the closing time of the arrest and the arrest of the Minister's decision with the set.
(3) against a fishing vessel that violates the provisions as referred to in paragraph (1) of the administrative penalties in the form of revocation of SIPI.
The fifth part of the fishing and transport of Fish affected by Conservation Action Article 76 (1) fishing vessel and/or fish carriers are prohibited from making arrests and/or the transport of certain types of fish that are specifically subject to the action of conservation or protection.
(2) against a fishing vessel and/or fish transport ship in violation of the provisions referred to in paragraph (1) of the administrative penalties in the form of revocation of SIPI and/or SIKPI.
CHAPTER X INFORMATION SYSTEMS MANAGEMENT Section 77 (1) to support the effectiveness and efficiency of the implementation of the scheme ketertelusuran the origin of the fish in order to eradicate IUU fishing activities, performed integration management information system (SIM) on line.
(2) the SIM Integration on line as referred to in subsection (1) include the integration of information systems between the licensing and conduct of the monitoring fishery, ship log book catching fish, and registration of vessels operating in the area of ZEEI on the RFMO. (3) a DRIVER'S LICENSE on line as referred to in paragraph (1) can be accessed by the stakeholders concerned.

(4) the provisions concerning DRIVING LICENSE on line is controlled by a regulation of the Minister.

CHAPTER XI COACHING EFFORT CAPTURE FISHERIES Article 78 (1) of the construction effort capture fisheries is carried out by the Director General, Governor, bupati/walikota and accordingly its.
(2) the construction referred to in subsection (1), including the construction of the management of the business, the management of facilities and infrastructure, engineering the arrest of fish, quality of fish on board, and concern for the sustainability of fish resources and the environment.
CHAPTER XII the SUPERVISION of article 79 (1) the supervision of fisheries catch effort conducted by the supervisor of fisheries and/or by the supervisor of fisheries.

(2) the supervision of business activities of fisheries catch is done in accordance with the legislation.

CHAPTER XIII REPORTING Article 80 (1) every fishing trip, the captain is obligated to fill the log book fishing and submit them on behalf of the holder of the SIPI to the Director General through the Chief fishing port as listed in the SIPI.
(2) in terms of the fishing vessel was not based on the fishing port, the captain, on behalf of the holder of the SIPI submit fishing log book to officials designated by the Director General in the port base. (3) the provisions of the log book fisheries regulated by regulation of the Minister.

Article 81 (1) every one who commits an attempt the capture fisheries is obligated to make LKU every 6 (six) months comes with the realization of investment and capital. (2) any person doing business fishing and fish transport obligated to convey the LKP every 3 (three) months.
(3) the report referred to in subsection (1) and paragraph (2) is submitted to the Director General, or Governor, bupati/walikota according those powers.
(4) any person who does not implement the provisions as referred to in paragraph (1) and paragraph (2) imposed an administrative sanction in the form of: a. a written warning/reprimand;

b. freezing SIUP, SIPI, and/or SIKPI;

c. repeal SIUP, SIPI, and/or SIKPI.
(5) an administrative Sanction in the form of a written reprimand/warning as referred to in paragraph (2) letter a worn when breaking the provisions as referred to in paragraph (1) and paragraph (2).
(6) if within a period of 1 (one) month after the written reprimand/warning as referred to in subsection (5), the holder of the permit is submitted does not meet its obligations, imposed sanctions freezing of permissions.
(7) administrative Sanction in the form of freezing the permission referred to in subsection (4) letter b imposed the longest one (1) months since sanctions were dropped.
(8) the holder of a permit that has been fulfilling its obligations before the expiry of the period referred to in subsection (7), freezing of sanctions permit revoked by the giver of the consent.
(9) administrative Sanction in the form of revocation as referred to in paragraph (2) Letter c is levied in terms of period of freezing the permission referred to in subsection (7) has ended and the holder of the permit does not carry out its obligations. (10) further Provisions regarding the procedures for reporting LKU and LKP set with the decision of the Director General.

CHAPTER XIV OTHER PROVISIONS – another Article 82 Per fishing vessel and/or foreign-flagged ships to transport fish to enter the fishing port is subject kepelabuhanan action (port state measures) based on requirements and/or international standards generally accepted.

Article 83 fishing vessel which crosses and/or in the WPP-NRI is not listed in the SIPI banned catching fish and must save the fishing tool is not operational.

Article 84 Each holder of SIUP, SIPI, and SIKPI have to participate in support of prevention and mitigation action/practice IUU fishing through the submission of reports of action/practice IUU fishing to the supervisor of fisheries.

Article 85 (1) every person who operates a vessel flagged Indonesia fishery in the WPP-NRI is obligated to be registered and published in the book the fishing vessel that was used to obtain the SIPI or SIKPI and those who already have the SIPI and/or obligatory SIKPI registered to the Director-General to obtain the book ships fishing. (2) the Fishing Vessel that has been equipped with fishing boat book given the identification of the vessel fisheries.
(3) identification of fishing vessels referred to in paragraph (2), include: a. sign trevally;

b. regional fisheries sign;

c. mark the line catching fish; and/or d. sign fishing tools. (4) the provisions of the registration and marking of fishing vessels is regulated by regulation of the Minister.

Article 86 (1) a document that is on top of the fishing vessel and/or transports fish consists of: a. The SIPI/SIKPI original;

b. the letter be eligible operations (SLO) original; and c. the Subpoena Sailing (SPB) original.
(2) on catcher and/or fish transport ship which does not carry a document referred to in subsection (1), categorized have no documents.
Article 87 fishing vessel or a vessel flagged Indonesia fish given SIPI or SIKPI for fishing or transporting fish in the WPP-NRI can make arrests or transport fish on the high seas with reference to the provisions of legislation regulating the fishing Effort of Catch on the high seas.

Article 88-sized fishing vessel above 1,000 (one thousand) GT by using the tool of purse seine fishing operated singly in the WPP-NRI can fish landed outside the base port, either the port at domestic and overseas ports designated by the Director-General, with the following conditions: a. perform the operation catching fish in ZEEI outside 100 miles;

b. place the monitor (observer) on top of the ship; and c. the reported plan and implementation of the fish landing in the harbor in the country or abroad to the head of the Base Port are listed in the SIPI.
CHAPTER XV TRANSITIONAL PROVISIONS Article 89 any person who has a cumulative number of ship with 200 (two hundred) GT over the mandatory law of incorporated company established the longest one (1) year since the ministerial regulation is enacted.

Article 90 of the use of the emblem of the garuda in the format PROVIDED, SIPI, and held the longest SIKPI 1 (one) year since the ministerial regulation is enacted.

Article 91 With the establishment of this Ministerial Regulation: a. SIUP and RAPIPM which is set prior to the establishment of this ministerial regulation remains in force all still doing business the capture fisheries to SIUP permission and for investing still apply to RAPIPM;
b. SIPI and SIKPI has set before the establishment of this ministerial regulation remains valid until it expires;
c. new Application, extension, alteration, and/or replacement of SIUP, SIPI, or SIKPI, who has presented and expressed complete before the establishment of this Ministerial Regulation, are processed based on the regulation of the Minister of marine and fisheries the number PER 14/DOWNLOAD/2011 Capture Fisheries Effort about as amended by regulation of the Minister of marine and Fisheries the number PER. 49/DOWNLOAD/.
CHAPTER XVI CLOSING PROVISIONS Article 92 at the time of this ministerial regulation came into force, all the rules which is the implementation of the regulation of the Minister of marine and fisheries the number PER 14/DOWNLOAD/2011 Capture Fisheries Effort about as modified with coil. 49/DOWNLOAD/2011 about the changes to the regulation of the Minister of marine and fisheries the number PER 14/DOWNLOAD/Capture Fisheries Effort about 2011, otherwise still remain in force throughout does not conflict with the provisions of this regulation of the Minister.

Article 93 at the time of this Ministerial Regulation comes into force:

a. decision of the Minister of marine and Fisheries the number KEP. 11/DOWNLOAD/2004 about the base Port For the fishing Boats that are related to the port base to Indonesia-flagged fishing vessel; and b. the marine and fishery Minister Regulation Number PER 14/DOWNLOAD/2011 Capture Fisheries Effort about as modified with coil. 49/DOWNLOAD/2011 about the changes to the regulation of the Minister of marine and fisheries the number PER 14/DOWNLOAD/Capture Fisheries Effort of 2011;

revoked and declared inapplicable.
Article 94 of this Ministerial Regulation comes into force on the date of promulgation.

In order to make everyone aware of it, ordered the enactment of this Ministerial Regulation with its placement in the news of the Republic of Indonesia.

Established in Jakarta on December 27, 2012Juni MINISTER of MARINE and FISHERIES of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA, SHARIF c. SUTARDJO Enacted in Jakarta on 11 January 2013 the MINISTER of LAW and HUMAN RIGHTS REPUBLIC of INDONESIA, AMIR SYAMSUDDIN attachments: bn81-2013 fnFooter ();