Seaboard Marine is a world-class ocean carrier with shipping services between North America, the Caribbean, Central and South America. With a fleet of approximately 25 vessels and over 60,000 dry, refrigerated, specialized containers and related equipment, Seaboard Marine provides cargo shipping services in over 26 countries in the Western Hemisphere. In addition, Seaboard Marine’s operations include terminals at PortMiami and the Port of Houston.
8001 N.W. 79th Avenue
Miami, Florida 33166-2154
Seaboard Marine’s network of offices and agents throughout North America, Latin America, and the Caribbean maximizes fleet utilization for both northbound and southbound cargo. Full-service intermodal capabilities allow truck or rail cargo transport to and from its U.S. ports. Seaboard Marine’s frequent and reliable services offer customers the convenience to coordinate manufacturing schedules to maintain cost-efficient inventory levels. Seaboard Marine cultivates a partnership with its customers, giving one of the most effective and efficient levels of service available in the industry.
Seaboard Marine’s Latest News
Seaboard Marine Adds First LNG Vessel to its Fleet
Seaboard Marine Adds First LNG Vessel to its Fleet -- Completes PortMiami’s First LNG Bunkering for a Cargo Vessel Sunday, March 12, 2023 marked the first time in PortMiami’s history that a cargo vessel, the M/V Seaboard Blue, was bunkered at PortMiami using liquified...
The ACMF Honor Seaboard Marine President, Eddie Gonzalez, with Anchor Award
The American Caribbean Maritime Foundation (ACMF) aims to uplift the Caribbean community by providing financial aid for maritime education. The foundation grants scholarships and equips the classrooms of maritime universities in Jamaica, Trinidad and Tobago, the...
New Vessel Joins Fleet
In November, 2021, Seaboard Marine purchased a container vessel, the M/V Seaboard Explorer ("Explorer"), which promptly joined their fleet. Previously named the M/V San Antonio, the Explorer is an 1,841 TEU container ship with three (3) 45-ton revolving cranes. Built...