12.09.2017
WWL offers its deep sympathy for everyone along the East Coast and Caribbean affected by Hurricane Irma. We hope those displaced can return home safely and wish for a speedy recovery to the impacted communities.

The storm hit Florida over the weekend and decreased in intensity as it moved in a westward direction.  In preparation, WWL facilities and offices were closed as per mandatory evacuations and port closures, and vessels sought safe waters to wait out the storm. We are awaiting access to the ports and facilities to survey and inspect cargo. In the meantime, we will continue to monitor the situation and provide updates on the following ports and vessels as soon as the information becomes available.

WWL will continue to do all we can to mitigate operational impacts as a result of these delays.

Port Status

Port of Jacksonville has been closed since Saturday 9 Sept 00h00.
Jacksonville city experienced the worst flooding in 150 years.
Port is expected to remain closed until further notice. 

Port of Brunswick has been closed since Saturday 9 Sept AM.
Port is expected to remain closed until further notice. 

Port of Savannah has been closed since Saturday 9 Sept AM.  
Port expected to re-open on Wednesday 13 Sept.

Port of Charleston has been closed since Sunday 10 Sept AM.
Port expected to re-open on Tuesday 12 Sept.

 

Vessel Status

MV Tugela Voyage CF 723.

  • Vessel is now proceeding to port of Savannah and drifting awaiting reopening of port.
  • Further delay expected

MV Tiger – Voyage CA/UA734

  • Vessel is now proceeding to port of Charleston and drifting awaiting reopening of port.
  • Further delay expected

MV Don Carlos - Voyage UF/FF 722

  • Vessel is now proceeding to port of Brunswick and drifting awaiting reopening of port.
  • Further delay expected

MV Liberty – Voyage CC708

  • Heading South to port of Galveston.
  • Operations planned in Port of Galveston on 15 Sept with an estimated 2-day delay.

MV Independence II – Voyage UB720

  • Alongside in Beaumont
  • Vessel resumed normal service with an estimated 4-day delay.

 MV Resolve – Voyage UB718

  • Vessel is now proceeding to port of Bremerhaven with an estimated 4-day delay.

 MV Integrity – Voyage UB719

  • Heading South to port of Galveston.
  • Operations planned in Port of Galveston on 14 Sept PM with expected no delay.

 All vessel schedules will be updated in the schedule app and you may also contact your respective customer care office if needed. 

For the latest details regarding Hurricanes Irma and Jose see the National Hurricane Center website:

http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/#Irma

http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/#Jose