Arctic Sea: Great Lakes Feeder Lines addition
Barbados-flag Arctic Sea IMO 8912792 is destined to be a feeder vessel between Canadian ports, a trade reserved for Canadian-flag vessels and subject to a 25% tax surcharge as a foreign-built(Turkey) vessel in that trade. "Our vessels are modern, state-of-the-art, fit-for-purpose, short sea shipping feeder vessels. Unlike the international fleet, our vessels are operating under the Canadian flag and are capable of transporting cargo between Canadian ports as well as U.S. ports and other destinations.
GLFL’s first ship, the Dutch Runner,is a modern, geared, Germanbuilt, ice-class feeder vessel with a “stated excellent container carrying capability,”
Arctic Sea: Container Capacity, Total container capacity: 270 teus, Under deck: 114 teus (Hold can accommodate high cube containers), On deck: 156 teus
Great Lakes Feeder Lines was successfully formed in continuation to its founders forming Canada Feeder Lines, a now Dutch based European shipping company with no further ties to Canada, Great Lakes Feeder Lines, its founders, or to trading vessels in Canada or the United States."
Built: 1991 by Cedef Gemi & A.S., Tuzla,
Owners: Great Lakes Feeder Lines ULC
IMO no.: 8912792
Port of reg.: Bridgetown
Class: gl, ice class 1a, ums
Present position off Kos, Greek Islands. It is good we are not of a suspicious nature.