Crowley Monitoring Tropical Storm IAN
We are actively monitoring several disturbances in the Atlantic including Tropical Storm Ian and its potential to impact our operations and this week’s sailings in the Caribbean, Central America, and Florida. We are prepared to amend our shoreside and marine operations, should it become necessary to ensure the safety of personnel, vessels, and your cargo.
- El Coqui, SAL2076S – Transit has been impacted by inclement seas. Scheduled to work on arrival into San Juan on Monday, 9/26 at 1030 with cargo operations commencing at 1200. Extended gate scheduled until 1800.
- Taino, SAL2077S – Estimated departure from Jacksonville on Tuesday, 9/27 at 1800. (On time)
- K Breeze, CGF2038N – Slightly delayed departing Central America – Estimated to sail behind storm tonight, Sunday, 9/25 at 2300. ETA Gulfport on Wednesday, 9/28 morning.
- Pegasus J, NZV2116S – Will bypass Cuba on the Southbound – Estimated arrival into Central America on Thursday, 9/29 morning.
- Northbound cargo destined Port Everglades booked for voyage NZV2116N will rollover to the Tucana NZV2117N.
- Jamaica – Flood warning – no current vessel delays.
As the trajectory of the storm continues to develop, we will post the latest information on closures, operational changes, weather delays, etc. to crowley.com/announcements. We encourage you to bookmark the page.
Additionally, our most up-to-date sailing schedule can also be found online.
If you have any questions, please contact our Customer Care Department at 1-800-Crowley (1-800-276-9539).