Lucia. The upgrades will result in earlier departures, improved transit times, and earlier cargo availability at destination.

Additionally, commencing January 27, 2017, Seaboard Marine will offer a second weekly sailing departing Fridays from PortMiami to Point Lisas, Trinidad.

Please see the tables below for more information on changes to cut-offs, departures, arrivals, availability and transit times or download our service profile:

SOUTHBOUND

FROM MIAMI, FLORIDADELIVERY CUT-OFFSAIL DAYARRIVALAVAILABLETOTAL TRANSIT TIME
To St. Johns, AntiguaWednesdayThursdaySundayMonday AM3 Days
To Philipsburg, St. MaartenWednesdayThursdayMondayMonday AM4 Days
To Basseterre, St. KittsWednesdayThursdayTuesdayTuesday AM5 Days
To Castries, St. LuciaWednesdayThursdayTuesdayTuesday AM5 Days
To Bridgetown, BarbadosWednesdayThursdayTuesdayWednesday AM5 Days
To Point Lisas, TrinidadWednesdayThursdayThursdayThursday PM7 Days
To Point Lisas, TrinidadFridayFridaySaturdayMonday AM8 Days
To Georgetown, GuyanaWednesdayThursdaySundayMonday AM10 Days
To Paramaribo, SurinameWednesdayThursdayMondayTuesday AM11 Days

NORTHBOUND

TO MIAMI, FLORIDADELIVERY CUT-OFFSAIL DAYARRIVALAVAILABLETOTAL TRANSIT TIME
From Georgetown, GuyanaSundayMondayWednesdayThursday9 Days
From Paramaribo, SurinameTuesdayWednesdayWednesdayThursday8 Days
From Point Lisas, TrinidadWednesdayThursdayWednesdayThursday6 Days
From Kingston, JamaicaSundayMondayWednesdayThursday2 Days
Source: seaboardmarine
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