COMMISSARIAT AUX AFFAIRES MARITIMES OFFICES RELOCATION

on 27 October 2021

The Commissariat aux affaires maritimes would like to inform all interested parties of its planned relocation from current offices 19-21, Boulevard Royal L-2449 Luxembourg.

As of 28 October 2021, the new address will be :      

3-5, rue Auguste Lumière

L-1950 Luxembourg

Email addresses and telephone numbers will remain unchanged , they will however be disconnected for the relocation on 27 October in the afternoon, but should be restored by morning next day. During downtime, voice calls will be directed to a temporary switchboard and if necessary transferred to CAM agents’ cell phones.

Additionally, and as the complete IT system will also have to be transferred and reinstalled at the new location, regular vessel registration operations and issuing of documents will not be possible on 27 & 28 October 2021. You are therefore kindly requested to plan your operations and needs for documents from this administration accordingly.

For genuine emergencies, this administration will remain reachable on the 24/7 emergency numbers during the move.

Thank you very much for your cooperation!

Luxembourg Maritime Administration

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