Frequency: Direct Weekly Service
Sailings: Dover – Sunday, Flushing – Tuesday
Shipping Services to Barbados
Geest Line sail weekly from Dover and Flushing to Bridgetown Barbados with a transit time from Dover of 10 days. A weekly service is offered for containers only and a break bulk service every fortnight.
From the UK all cargo types are offered including dry, reefer, special equipment, LCL chilled as well as all types of break bulk including out of gauge cargoes.
From Flushing we offer a full container service including the export of vehicles.
Geest Line are one of the few Shipping Lines in the world still offering as standard the 10ft container ideal for smaller loads and personal effects. With modern facilities at loading ports as well as destination ports Geest can offer a service to meet your requirements.
For large heavy and out of gauge cargoes please contact our Head Office or our local agent for further information.
About the Port of Bridgetown
Port of Bridgetown is located on the South Western corner of the island of Barbados, at the end of the Spring Garden extension of the ABC highway linking the Grantley Adams International Airport with the Bridgetown Port. It caters to over 600 container ship calls and 450 cruise liners per year. Tonnage of cargo handled 1,175,000 tons per year. It is government owned and operated by a Government owned corporation, Barbados Port Inc.
Port of Bridgetown Facilities
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Barbados General Information
Official Language: English
Area: 430 sq. km.
Currency: Barbados Dollar (BB$) = US$0.50
Location: Latitude 13°6.5′ N longitude 59°38.2′ W
International Telephone Code: 246
Normal Business Hours: 8:00 am – 4:30 pm.
Local news for Barbados can be found at http://www.nationnews.com/
Barbados Chamber of Commerce and Industry
Tel: (246) 620-4750
Fax: (246) 620-2907
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