Protocol Coronavirus for marine traffic

From 06 May 2020

The Director of the Central Nautical Management North Sea Canal Area, who is also the (State) Harbour Master, announces the following:

Port of Amsterdam requests all seagoing vessels and ferries entering the port to submit a Maritime Health Declaration (MDoH), regardless of the situation on board. This MDoH must be sent at least 6 hours prior to arrival at Pilot Station and must have been signed in the last 24 hours. In case of deviations from the Maritime Health Declaration, Port of Amsterdam will contact the Municipal Health Service.

Please pay attention to the following: during your stay in the port, it is obligated to notify us of any changes in regards to the health and medical situation on board of your ship. If this is the case, you can contact the Port Operation Centre in IJmuiden (+31(0)20 5234600, option 1) or send an e-mail to

Download the Maritime Health Certificate

You can submit the Maritime Health Declaration to the Port Operations Centre in IJmuiden (+31(0)20 5234600, option 1 or via

Port of Amsterdam is in close contact with the doctors of the GGD. In turn, they are in contact with the national RIVM. The situation is closely monitored. Should there be any change in the situation, we will inform you.

For up-to-date information or more information about the working methods of the GGD, please consult the following websites:

Should you have any questions about this Announcement, please contact the Duty Operations Manager at the following telephone number: +31 205 234 692.

The Director of the Central Nautical Management, who is also the (State) Harbour Master

J.H.M. Mateyo