(http://www.MaritimeCyprus.com) The Cyprus Department of Merchant Shipping (Cyprus DMS), which is now called Cyprus Deputy ministry of Shipping (Cyprus DMS), has recently issued an updated version of their Directory of Services, and contact persons. This can be downloaded at the bottom of this article.
In parallel, the Cyprus DMS has issued a new circular notifying that the email addresses of the personnel of DMS as well as of all DMS’s general email addresses are modified as follows:
The part of the email address which precedes the @ symbol is the same as before, but the part of the email address which follows the @ symbol has changed from dms.mcw.gov.cy to dms.gov.cy. For example, the email address firstname.lastname@example.org is now email@example.com.
To ensure a smooth transition, existing email addresses of personnel will remain valid until 30 June 2018 and following departmental email addresses will remain valid until 30 April 2019.
The relevant circular can be downloaded at the bottom of this article.
Cyprus is an international maritime centre, boasting strength, breadth and experience, attracting quality tonnage and increasing numbers of first-rate shipping companies from around the world. The maritime industry is one of Cyprus’ most successful export services, and with over 200 shipping companies, the island is considered one of the top global hubs for ship owning and shipmanagement services. The country’s maritime capital, Limassol, is home to some of the world’s most influential names in shipping. Today, Cyprus is the largest third-party shipmanagement centre in Europe and the largest crew management centre in the world, while the island’s international ship register is the third largest in Europe and one of the largest in the world.
Click on below image to download the new DMS directory (19 pages):
Click image below to download DMS circular 10/2018 concerning the change of email addresses:
Click on image below to download DMS circular concerning the email address to be reprogrammed on the Cyprus Flag vessel’s SSAS: