WHAT WE DO
We have been providing an uninterrupted line of service to the Hispaniola Island for longer than most of our competitors have existed.
Our weekly services from Miami to Port-Au-Prince, Cap-Haïtien, Puerto Plata, and Rio Haina are world-class.
In addition to our southbound and northbound services, we also provide inter-island routes between the Dominican Republic and Haiti.
Operating out of our very own port in the Miami River - and being the only line who can use it -gives a degree of flexibility of scheduling and gate times you won't find anywhere else.
Our facilities and operations are fully regulated and routinely inspected by all pertinent authorities that govern our industry. We are a C-TPAT certified company.
We will provide the equipment you need, pick it up when you're ready, and take it to wherever you wish at destination.
You just sit back and relax.
In 1960, the Babun brothers— Jose, Teofilo, and Abraham—fled Cuba’s communism and settled with their families in Miami leaving their successful lumber and cement businesses behind them, three years later, equipped with a single break-bulk ship the Babuns launched a liner service on the Miami River. Today, After decades of dedicated and intense work, Antillean Marine Shipping Corporation is the largest shipping line operating out of the Miami River. With facilities and operations in three countries, we pride ourselves with offering a one-of-a-kind personalized service to our customers. In addition to making a difference for our customers, throughout the years, Antillean has been influential in shaping public policy for the improvement of the Miami River to the satisfaction of businesses and residents alike. Antillean is proud to be a family-owned business; come ship with us today, we'll treat you like family.
SARA C. BABUN, President and CEO
Sara is eldest daughter of Jose Babun-Selman, the youngest of the founding brothers. Sara begun her journey at Antillean when she was just a teenager as an assistant traffic coordinator for Haiti. Throughout the years, she has worked in virtually every department of the company, which provided her with vasts amounts of hands-on experience. In 1993, after her aunt Adela Babun stepped down as president of the company, Sara was appointed President and CEO and has been leading the company ever since.
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Antillean Marine Contributes to Relief Efforts for Haitian Victims of Hurricane Matthew
Miami, Florida -- Miami based Antillean Marine Shipping Corp. is donating and shipping 10 containers to various organizations in order to help provide relief to Haiti - one of the main countries it serves - which has been significantly impacted by Hurricane Matthew.
Click here to read the full Press Release.
Antillean Marine adds a third Tugboat to its operations: Captain Babun
Back in April of 2016, Antillean Marine added a Tugboat service to its operations in an effort to provide a better service to its customers. For decades Antillean depended on the schedule and availability of third-party towing companies to tug its vessels in and out of the river. Nowadays, Antillean enjoys the flexibility of schedule that have a private and exclusive towing service can offer, Initially, Antillean's tugboat service (performed through a sister company, namely, Miami River Towing Company) had two Tugboats: Sara and Pepin. Today, Antillean and Miami River Towing Company are proud to announce the addition of yet another Tugboat to its service, the mighty Captain Babun.
Captain Babun is the most powerful Tugboat out of the fleet. It boasts a 1,450 HP engine, a length of 62 feet, a breath of 24 feet, and it is 86 GRT/69 NRT.
This powerful Tugboat will provide additional flexibility to Antillean, which will translate into a better and timelier service for its customers. This new addition is yet another example of Antillean's commitment to its customers.
Antillean Marine Christens the latest addition to its fleet: M/V Babun Express
Antillean Marine christens Babun Express in celebration of the most recent addition to its fleet of vessels serving its cargo shipping flagship location on the Miami River. Ms. Babun adds; “As a key transit point, the Miami River represents a renewed opportunity for Antillean Marine cargo shipping throughout the Caribbean and the region.” “Miami’s working river represents generations of trade and commerce, as well as, vessel repair and maintenance and marinas. We intend on continuing the working river legacy and the economic diversity the Miami River marine industry provides our community.”
The most recent Biscayne Bay Economic Study, South Florida Water Management District, reports the Miami River marine industries generated a $2.9 billion dollar output, $1.5 billion in income, 24,000 related jobs and $136 million in tax revenues to the State of Florida.
Antillean adds a Tugboat Service to its Operations
In an effort to provide a more efficient and timely service to its customers, Antillean is tugging its vessels independently. Until now, Antillean used third-party companies to tug its vessels in and out the Miami River. These vendors service several other customers in the river and their availability and schedules did not always match Antillean's needs.
Through a sister company, Miami River Towing Company, Antillean can now enjoy the freedom and flexibility of having a dedicated and exclusive towing service. Two steel hull tugs, namely, Pepin (76 GRT/51 NRT; 54.0 length, 22.0 breadth; HP 900) and Sara (97 GRT/66 NRT; 58.9 length, 24. breadth; HP 900) will be towing Antillean's fleet exclusively from now own, A third tugboat (HP 1200) will be arriving later this year.
Antillean Marine Replaces older vessels with newer and more efficient ones
Two cargo shipping vessels add to Antillean Marine Shipping fleet capacity. M/V Pepin Express (2035 GRT/1168 NRT/205 TEUs; 295.2 feet in length; 45.1 foot beam; HP 2414) and M/V Sara Regina: 2035 GRT/1168 NRT/205 TEUs; 295.2 feet in length; 45.1 foot beam; HP 2414) will replace M/V Sara Express and M/V Rumba. The capacity of these added vessels reflects an overall increase of and additional 150 TEUs. The increased vessel HP allows for faster service--cutting 12 to 15 hours off their travel time between key Caribbean ports-of-call and Miami.
Antillean Marine Continues its efforts to renew its container fleet
Antillean Marine is expanding its overall cargo capacity by adding over 1,000 new container units to its fleet. The majority of these units are being built overseas and will be delivered to Antillean's facilities in Miami in batches beginning in 2015 and all the way through the 3rd quarter of 2016. The new units include 20', 40', & 45' containers as well as 100 brand new flat-racks.
This is just another example of the company's commitment to providing a best-in-class service to its customers.
Hurricane Matthew Donations
Aye, Aye Captain Babun!
Christening: M/V Babun Express
Welcome Addition: Tugboats!
ANTILLEAN MARINE SHIPPING CORPORATION
3038 Teofilo Babun Drive (NW North River Drive) Miami, Florida 33142
Tel: (305) 633-6361
Toll Free: (888) 633-6361
Fax: (305) 638-0579
LCL and Northbound Container Terminal
6320 NW 37th Avenue
Miami, Florida 33147
Tel: (305) 633-6361
Fax: (305) 694-8496
ANTILLANA DOMINICANA, C. POR A.
Dominican Republic Headquarters
C/Marginal No. 45, Urbanizacion Miramar, KM 8 1/2, Autopista 30 de Mayo. Santo Domingo, D.N. Republica Dominicana
Tel: (809) 533-5020
Fax: (809) 539-5027
Rio Haina Terminal
Carretera Sanchez KM 13, Proximo al Pto. Haina Oriental, Santo Domingo, D.N. Republica Dominicana
Tel: (809) 533-5020, (809) 539-5020
Fax: (809) 539-5027
Interior Nuevo Recinto Portuario
de Puerto Plata
Tel: (809) 320-8843
Fax: (809) 320-5001
Santiago de los Caballeros
Autopista Santiago Navarrete KM 9 1/2
Santiago, Republica Dominicana
Tel: (809) 241-8105
Fax: (809) 241-8107
360 Boulevard La Saline
Port- Au- Prince, HAITI
Tel: (509) 2940-2193
Cell: (509) 3714-4411
Agemar Cap Haïtien
Total Shipping & Transport (Sub-Agents)
#57 Rue 14 I
Tel: (509) 2262-5514,5863
Cell: (509) 3740-4040