Somers Isles Shipping
Service from Fernandina Beach, Florida to Hamilton, BermudaWe Celebrated our 1000th Voyage in September 2014!

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Somers Isles Shipping Ltd. (SISL) provides a direct ocean freight service linking Bermuda with the port of Fernandina Beach, Florida.

In addition to the port to port service, SISL provides intermodal container service to Bermuda from throughout the south east of the U.S., and through connecting carrier agreements provides links between Bermuda and the Caribbean islands and Central America.

SISL operates the container feeder vessel “Somers Isles” and handles both container and break-bulk cargo.

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Latest News

The Hon Michael H. Dunkley, Premier of Bermuda, along with Senator Vic Ball, visited the Somers Isles today to thank the crew for their dedication to the island and recognized the challenges and severe weather they face keeping the island supplied with all the essentials.

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#Bermuda NEWS: Respected and admired; branch pilot Melvin Minors was a fine seaman as well as renowned mentor in Bermuda’s maritime world. The 86-year-old St David’s Islander, who was laid to rest at the weekend, has been remembered by friends and colleagues as a great leader and man who was always the life and soul of the party. He worked his way up through the ranks as a pilot for more than 40 years and helped bring in hundreds of ships through Bermuda’s dangerous reef system. Former branch pilot Harold Millet had known Mr Minors for about 60 years and worked with him for more than 30 years. He said: “Pilot Minors was a real jovial sort of person, but also widely respected by others in the profession. “We were both raised in St David’s and his grandfather and his godfather were pilots too, so he was following in some pretty important footsteps." For the full story, see our website at:

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