This morning Puerto Rico and Virgin Islands are bracing for a potentially devastating direct impact of Hurricane Maria. Hurricane watches and warnings are already in effect for islands reaching from St. Lucia to the Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico. Our thoughts and prayers are with the people of Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands, our employees, colleagues, business partners and friends as they prepare for Hurricane Maria.
San Juan Terminal:
Army Terminal remains open at this time and will remain open until 1700 this evening and will remain closed for the duration of the storm to allow employees time to prepare for the storm. We ask if possible to remove any cargo from the terminal today prior to closing. PRT Terminal (Intership) is remaining open today and tomorrow, September 18 and 19, 2017 for dispatch only. Beginning tomorrow morning phones for PR offices and terminals will be diverted to Jacksonville, FL for handling.
San Juan JAX Bridge (SJB) – Currently In Route to PR
(SB) Voyage 10357: Departed JAX on 9/12 has been diverted south of Dominican Republic to avoid the storm track as well as the safety of our crew. Current ETA into PR is 9/23. Further updates regarding gates and cargo availability will be provided after the storm passes.
Memphis Bridge – Currently In Route to PR
(NB) Voyage 30357: Departed JAX on 9/15 has been diverted south of Dominican Republic to avoid the storm track as well as the safety of our crew. Current ETA into PR is 9/23. Further updates regarding gates and cargo availability will be provided after the storm passes.
JAX San Juan Bridge – On Schedule departure from JAX 9/20
(SB) Voyage 10358: JSB is Scheduled for departure on 9/20, ETA to PR 9/26
Chicago Bridge – On Schedule departure from JAX 9/22
(SB) Voyage 30358: Scheduled for departure on 9/22, ETA to PR 9/28.
Brooklyn Bridge – New Departure from Jacksonville 9/25
(SB) Voyage 50358: Barge has been activated to add an additional sailing from Jacksonville next week. Scheduled for departure on 9/25, ETA to PR 10/1.
We will continue to closely monitor the path of Hurricane Maria with continual updates from National Hurricane Center as they become available and any impacts this may have on the schedule of vessels to and from Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands.