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Cayman Maritime & Aviation City (CMAC) is a component of Cayman Enterprise City (CEC), which enables businesses within the shipping and maritime industries and the aviation sector to efficiently and cost-effectively set up a genuine physical presence with offshore company and staffed offices to generate an active business income onshore, in the Cayman Islands.
The Cayman Islands Civil Aviation Authority (CAACI), the Cayman Islands Shipping Registry and Cayman Enterprise City are working together to develop the largest transportation services cluster in the Caribbean region.
Companies that establish in this international maritime and aviation centre can take advantage of Cayman’s jurisdictional benefits, along with a series of globally competitive concessions granted by the Cayman Islands Government.
With so much uncertainty in the world, it's reassuring to know there is a place where aviation and maritime companies from across the globe can enjoy a safe, secure, and appropriately regulated environment to develop and grow their businesses.
Cayman Maritime & Aviation City offers streamlined packages as well as the service and support for maritime and aviation businesses of all sizes to easily establish a genuine business presence in the Cayman Islands.
CMAC's shipping and maritime sector hub is ideal for globally-focused shipping and maritime services businesses seeking to access to new opportunities for growth.
The Cayman Islands Shipping Registry, by extension the Cayman Islands’ flag and the jurisdiction, has earned a reputation for quality within the global maritime sector.
Shipping and maritime businesses can be fully set up and operational with a staffed office within CIMAC in as little as 4-6 weeks; this includes the administrative processing of work/residency visas for any expatriate staff that the business may require within five working days.
Designed for globally-focused businesses within the aviation sector seeking to access new opportunities for growth. The aviation hub offers the ability for aviation companies to cost-effectively and time-efficiently set up a physical business presence in the Cayman Islands.
The Civil Aviation Authority of the Cayman Islands (CAACI) can help aviation businesses meet industry and regulatory requirements.
Aviation businesses can be fully set up and operational with a staffed office within CIMAC in as little as 4-6 weeks; this includes the administrative processing of work/residency visas for any expatriate staff that the business may require within five working days.
Fostering the growth of this international community is a very positive development.
P.H. Richard Smith
Director-General, Civil Aviation Authority
Cayman-flagged vessels can now have genuine and substantial on-shore presence.
CEO, Cayman Islands Shipping Registry
I suggest for everyone to take advantage of the multiple benefits of setting up offshore in the Cayman Islands - it's more than just a beautiful destination.
Founder & Managing Director JB Advisory Services SEZC