100th Voyage of MV Stadt Rendsburg

Tuesday, February 09, 2010
Photo courtesy Broward County Port Everglades Department

On Feb. 5, Port Everglades and SeaFreight Line celebrated the 100th voyage of the MV Stadt Rendsburg from the South Florida seaport. Built in 2004, the 1,100-TEU containerized cargo vessel has spent its entire working career home-ported at Port Everglades and sailing every three weeks to Jamaica, Aruba, Curacao, Bonaire, Venezuela, Panama, Trinidad and Jacksonville, Fla.
“We congratulate SeaFreight on the MV Stadt Rendsburg’s 100th voyage to Port Everglades and a successful business model that generated nearly 75,000 TEUs at Port Everglades this past year,” said Port Director Phil Allen.
Over the past 18 years, SeaFreight Line has evolved to currently operate six 1,100-TEU and three 500-TEU vessels between Fla., the Caribbean, South & Central America trades with weekly and bi-weekly fixed-day of the week services.

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