Seaboard Marine Discontinues Joint Service With Kent Lines

Tuesday, February 20, 2001
Seaboard Marine Limited of Miami and Kent Line International Limited of Saint John, New Brunswick has announced they shall not be re-newing their partnership between Canada, Miami and the Caribbean. The last Sailing under joint arrangement is expected to be the Seaboard Toronto V1616 sailing from Saint John on March 27, 2001 and Miami, Florida on March 31, 2001. Seaboard will be deploying two vessels to replace the Kent Express and Kent Sprint in the rotation from Miami to Antigua, Barbados and Trinidad. Names of these vessels will be announced at a later date. The rotation and service will remain the same with weekly departures on Friday from the Port of Miami with service to Antigua (Wednesday), Barbados (Thursday) and Trinidad (Friday). All current offices / agents will remain unchanged.

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