Seaboard Marine wishes to advise our valued customers that we are actively monitoring Hurricane Dorian. At this time, Dorian poses disruptions to many of our operations in the United States.

Our main office in Miami has reopened and is fully operational.

PortMiami remains closed and will not re-open until after Dorian passes and the U.S. Coast Guard has completed safety assessments this morning. We will provide an update on the status of PortMiami later.

Trucking operations in the Miami area has resumed for the spotting and pick up of equipment. However, all other intermodal for cargo via Miami remains suspended due to the projected path of the storm. Further, the FEC railroad service remains suspended until further notice.

The M/V Seaboard Patriot, Voyage 196, and the M/V Frisia Inn, Voyage 91, both scheduled to arrive in Miami Sunday, September 1, remain at anchor south of Florida awaiting the re-opening of PortMiami.

The M/V Pauline, Voyage 2, and Acrux N, Voyage 11, will not call Savannah due to the projected path of Dorian.

As the trajectory of Dorian continues to develop, we will continue to monitor and provide updates as developments occur. The safety of our staff, crews, vessels, and our customer’s cargo is always of the utmost importance.

We appreciate the patience and support of our customers during the 2019 Hurricane Season.