SeaFreight resumes service to Haiti
SeaFreight Line has resumed service to Port-au-Prince, Haiti, as of January 27. Service had been suspended since the devastating earthquake hit the island early January.
"We are pleased to report that our office in Haiti has opened for business and our staff is all well," SeaFreight said in a statement.
SeaFreight will be sailing from Jacksonville, Florida, every Monday and Port Everglades Florida, every Wednesday and Friday, connecting in Kingston to their dedicated Haiti Feeder Vessel, the M/V Orso.
"We anticipate sailing the Orso from Kingston on a continuous dedicated loop with an average of two sailings per week," the statement continued.
Additionally, SeaFreight will begin accepting cargo for Port-Au-Prince at all their ports of call on the regular scheduled day of departure with connection over Kingston.