Seamar Shipping Services & Logistics thanks to its skilled staff, is competent to assist all kind of ships in any part of the world thanks to a wide and chooses network of partner agencies.
Our staff is able to grant first quality service in the cruise ship industry thanks a 24-hour day service, a first class customer care and a large network of offices Worldwide.
Yacht Agency & Full Assitance
We supply full yacht agency assistance, support and advice to owners and captains ensuring that they yacht is being maintained, operated and administrated to the highest possible standards in each port or marina.
Custom Clearance & Forwarding
Wide experience in customs issues to efficiently arrange all the necessary import and export formalities for our clients, working closely with the corresponding authorities.
Crew Change & Visa Assistance
We are able to assist ship owners with a wide range of services related to crew changes. Booking reservations and personal assistance activities are executed by the agency.
Bunker & Condition Survey
Our technical expertise, allows us to offer a market-leading quality of bunker quantity surveys. Bunker surveys are carried out to ascertain the quantity of bunkers onboard vessels upon delivery or redelivery of vessels to Charterers.
Shore Excursions & Incoming Agent
Seamar Shipping Services & Logistics successfully enhances each port call with a variety of innovative and more personal shore side activities for every interest and desired activity level, delighting cruisers.
Full Logistic Assistance
We operate several facilities of professionally managed and secure, dry storage spaces, providing comprehensive warehousing and value-added logistics services.
Protecting and Husbandry Agents
We render all services required by vessel owners, securing all operations while the vessel is in port and ensuring that those services are delivered in an efficient and cost cautions manner.
DELAYS AT KERCH STRAIT
13 June 2018
EMSA – SULPHUR INSPECTION GUIDANCE
8 June 2018
New Loss Prevention Bulletin Published – Inaccuracies in Draught Surveys