Currently comprised of 50 members from various industries, the Luxembourg Maritime Cluster’s membership continues to grow steadily. The Cluster’s strength rests in the rich diversity of its membership in various areas of specialisation.

The working groups allow premium members to share views and ideas on different aspects of the maritime sector including tax, finance, best practices, and increasing the competitiveness of the Luxembourg maritime legislative framework.

The inputs of these working groups allow maritime-related businesses to enhance their competitive position. Each member company has a contact person who can handle your inquiries.


The Competitiveness Working Group aims to improve the international attractiveness of the Luxembourg Ship Register. Drafting position papers and liaising with the Luxembourg Maritime Authority are part of the activities performed by this group of shipowners and experts in maritime law.

Led by tax specialists, lawyers, financial experts and shipowners, the Tax & Finance Working Group discusses and analyses ways to improve finance. It also discusses new government initiatives and legislative developments related to tax which may impact Luxembourg maritime business.

The group started to settle a maritime formation with the Luxembourg School of Business and other initiatives to highlight the maritime sector for the general public and students. It also manages the Young Logistics & Maritime Professionals Networking Series initiative and the seminars with the LCL.

The group is dedicated to reshaping some communication tools of the Cluster, such as the website, social media, and more.