M/V Caribbean Express I, SEACOR Island Lines (G&G Marine?) serving the Bahamas from Florida since 2000

M/V Caribbean Express I, entering Port Everglades / Fort Lauderdale Florida. Note the G&G Marine livery, yellow quarantine flag flying indicating it is coming from Bahamas, and cement mixer / storage tank on the starboard deck. 

Photo: c/o InletPhotos.com, www.marinetraffic.com

VESSEL NAME: M/V Caribbean Express I
PAST NAMES: not known but presumed to have had same name
DIMENSIONS: 190′ long, 38′ wide, 7′ draft, 499 gross tons, 156 net tons, 457 deadweight or cargo tons, IMO # 9233727, Panama flag, 10 knots, 1,440 hp engines, 2 X 3412 Caterpillar engines, landing craft Ro/Ro, Lo/Lo: 26 TEU containers if rolled on, 46 TEU if loaded on/stacked. 7 crew, 
BUILDER: not known but probably St. John’s Shipbuilders, Palatka, Florida
EARLY CAREER: not known but probably on same routes
BAHAMAS CAREER: serving 16 islands in the Bahamas plus Turks & Caicos per below
CAPTAIN: not known – possibly Capt. Tony Powell, who took the above photo.
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.