May surveyors of another flag State participate in a specific survey by the MCA?

Yes. The Directive provides: (1) that flag State Administrations of two or more host States involved in a specific survey of the same ship or craft must cooperate with each other; and (2) that the specific surveys must be carried out by a team composed of qualified inspectors of the involved host State(s).

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