Ferries

America Cruise Ferries

America Cruise Ferries

Founded in 2012, America Cruise Ferries currently provide cargo and passenger ferry services between Puerto Rico and Dominican Republic offering travelers an alternative outside of air travel.

Baja Ferries

Baja Ferries

Baja Ferries currently carry around 250,000 passengers annually between Mexican Pacific ports across the Gulf of California.

Balearia

Balearia

Balearia Group is a Spanish shipping company specialising in passenger transportation with activities in Europe, Africa and North America.

Cubakat

Cubakat

Cubakat was set up by the Florida entrepreneur Brian Hall with the aim of providing a low cost, easy and reliable transportation method for people to travel between Cuba and the U.S. Currently, they’re working with officials from both countries to make this venture a reality.

Havana Express

Havana Express

Havana Express Ltd. is a neighbouring Cayman Island entity planning to provide high speed ferry service between Havana and South Florida.

FRS

FRS

German ferry and shipping group, FRS, has recently acquired Clipper Vacations and is now the principal shareholder. The acquisition unites two heavyweights of the industry, with similar foresight into the future of travel in the region. The investment will allow FRS to expand their footprint in North America and the Caribbean, starting with a new base in British Columbia, Canada, the Northwest USA, eventually progressing to South Florida and Cuba.

Superfast Ferries

Superfast Ferries

Superfast Ferries, along with their parent Attica Group are synonymous with Greek shipping operating ferry crossings in both domestic and international waters.

United Caribbean Lines

United Caribbean Lines

United Caribbean Lines was one of the first to apply for the licenses necessary to operate passenger ferries to Cuba from the USA. Bruce Nierenberg founded United Caribbean Lines in 2009 after a career of over three decades in the Cruise and Ferry industry. He hopes to bring his plethora of experience to the fray in order to effectively attack the three potential ferry segments that a US –Cuba ferry would present – shipping, tourism, and a special attention to the diaspora of Cubans in South Florida.