Seaboard Marine wishes to advise our valued customers that we are actively tracking Hurricane Isaias and its impact on operations.
PortMiami closed this morning and is now under U.S. Coast Guard readiness condition “Zulu.”
Port of Rio Haina, Dominican Republic reopened late last night and 3 of our vessels are currently working.
The M/V AS Palatia Voyage 9 is working in Rio Haina and is scheduled to arrive and work in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Wednesday morning, August 5th, and Brooklyn, New York Thursday afternoon, August 6th.
The M/V Seaboard Ranger Voyage 379 is working in Rio Haina and is expected to arrive to Miami, Florida, on Tuesday evening, August 4th.
M.V. Bomar Caen voyage 4 is working in Rio Haina and expected to arrive to Manzanillo, Panama on Monday afternoon, August 3rd.
The M/V Diana J Voyage 482, sailed Thursday, July 30th, and is keeping a safe distance from the hurricane. Delays into Philipsburg, Saint Maarten, St.Johns, Antigua, Bridgetown, Barbados, and Point Lisas, Trinidad, are expected.
The M/V AS Samanta Voyage 17 departed Miami yesterday and is keeping a safe distance from the hurricane. The vessel is expected to arrive to Kingston, Jamaica early on Monday morning. Delays expected on arrivals to Haiti and Colombia.
The safety of our staff, crews, vessels, and our customer’s cargo is always of the utmost importance.
As the trajectory and strength of Isaias continue to develop, we will continue to monitor and provide updates.
We appreciate the patience and support of our customers during the 2020 Hurricane Season.