Indonesia is an Archipelagic State which consists of small islands as well as large ones and sea area larger than the land area. As an Archipelagic State, Indonesia has a big potential in the field of maritime. It is situatedbetween two oceans: The Indian Ocean and the Pacific Ocean, making Indonesia a very strategic state in international world especially in maritime law field.Maritime itself should be viewed as an object thatcovers many areas of lifewhich isinterrelated with other fields. Consequently, it is necessary to formulate public policies that are oriented to the interest of making Indonesia as a GlobalMaritime Axis. In order to pursue this interest, the Government has to focusin improving itslawsand its law enforcements. However, manyregulations under the constitution do not have the same perspective as theconstitution,which isthe highest source of law in Indonesia. The legislation of aspects of maritime management is stipulated at the highest source of law, that is the 1945 Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia. It must be followed by regulations below the constitution in order to support Indonesia as Global Maritime Axis.