Bahamas Ferries offers freight service directly to Marsh Harbour, adds new vessel to fleet

  1. Bahamas Ferries' freight vessel, the M/V Inagua Spray

Bahamas Ferries has rolled out freight services into Marsh Harbour, Abaco with the addition of its newest vessel, the M/V Inagua Spray.

The Inagua Spray, a 246.5-foot, roll-on/roll-off (RoRo) vessel, is capable of shipping 18 40-foot containers and 2 20-foot containers or 40 20-foot containers. The vessel ships vehicles, dry and refrigerated containers, break-bulk freight, heavy equipment and oversized project cargo.

In order to continue to meet customers’ demands, the vessel will provide direct service into Marsh Harbour. As the largest cargo vessel in Bahamas Ferries’ fleet, the Inagua Spray plays an integral role in the company’s growing freight operation, particularly with seamless transshipments between Freeport and Abaco. The vessel boasts a bigger platform and provides reliable trade service between the islands.

The Inagua Spray sails twice weekly to Freeport on Sundays and Wednesdays, and once a week to Marsh Harbour on Mondays. The vessel is also available for domestic and international charter services between South Florida and The Bahamas.

With this addition of the Inagua Spray to its fleet, Bahamas Ferries now operates seven vessels: M/V Bo Hengy II, M/V Bo Hengy III, M/V Eastwind, M/V Inagua Spray, M/V Seawind, M/V Sealink and M/V Eleuthera Express.


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