Seaboard Marine is pleased to announce new services throughout Latin America and the Caribbean Basin with the Port of Savannah. Beginning in June 2019, we will offer weekly services for both northbound and southbound cargoes between the Port of Savannah and South America (Colombia, Ecuador, and Peru), South Central America (Costa Rica and Panama), and the Caribbean (Antigua, Aruba, Barbados, Bonaire, Curacao, the Dominican Republic, Grand Cayman, Guyana, Haiti, Jamaica, St. Maarten, St. Kitts, Suriname and Trinidad).

Piero Buitano, Seaboard Marine Vice President – South America, said, “We are pleased to offer shippers fast and reliable service between Savannah and Latin America. Adding Savannah to the company’s service network not only enhances our ability to support customers with new and convenient transportation opportunities to key countries in South America but also introduces our extraordinary level of customer service to a broader customer base.”

Stephen Bell, Seaboard Marine Vice President  – Caribbean, added, “Seaboard Marine always seeks to generate synergies using our direct, regular service offerings to benefit all of our customers in the Caribbean Basin.”

The new services are an addition to our previously announced direct, weekly sailings to North Central America (El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, and Nicaragua) scheduled to commence on May 8, 2019. The all-water service to/from Savannah is the initial offering of what will soon include the whole of our service network in the Western Hemisphere in June.

For more information regarding cargo cut-offs, departures, arrivals, and transit times, please download the respective service profiles below: