M/V Cape Express, SEACOR Island Lines serving 16 islands/ports in Bahamas since 2008, was G&G Shipping

M/V Cape Express under the colors and name of G&G Shipping, not the “Bio Fuel” sign painted below the bridge. Also the deck cargo consists of a gas drum in a container frame as well as an accommodation container such as is used on construction sites. 

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VESSEL NAME: M/V Cape Express
PAST NAMES: not known, used to be owned by G&G Shipping
DIMENSIONS: 190′ long by 38′ wide by 7′ deep, can carry 26 roll-on containters of TEU size and 46 or load on or stacked. is a landing craft Ro/Lo type, 487 gross tons, 146 net, 3 X Caterpillar 3412 engines, 7 crew, 11 knots, Panama flag, IMO # 9521045
BUILDER: St. John’s Shipbuilding, Palatka, Florida
EARLY CAREER: not known, appears to have been serving Bahamas entire career.
BAHAMAS CAREER: serving 16 islands / ports in Bahamas per below notes
CAPTAIN: not known
OWNERS: SEACOR Island Lines, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Tel: 954 920 9292
NOTES: According to the site this vessel and 6 others deliver freight from Florida to: Freeport, Great Harbour Cay & Chub Cay, Berry Islands, Bimini, Cat Cay, Marsh Harbour, Spanish Wells, Harbour Island, Governor’s Harbour, Nassau, Morgan’s Bluff Andros, Exuma Cays, Long Island, San Salvador, Cat Island and Great Inagua Island as well as the Turks & Caicos Islands.