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Flag: US Flag


  • 1995 built
  • US Flag, Jones Act
  • Barge is outfitted for containers
  • 450 TEU carrying capacity
  • Full compliment of lashing gear
  • Deck strength only limited between transverse framing / bulkheads




MV SLNC York Reflagged

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We are pleased to announce that MV SLNC York has recently joined the Schuyler Line fleet of U.S. flagged vessels.  She completed her dry dock earlier this year and her re-flag process was completed in Jacksonville, FL in May 2018.  To watch a brief video of her dry dock and beyond, click here.

Welcome to the US Flag fleet!


SLNC Pax Successfully Completes Survey

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Recently, the SLNC Pax successfully completed her second special survey and COI renewal.  The survey and inspection were completed in Busan, Korea and she has continued her voyage to Yokosuka, Japan to resume her vital mission in the Far East.  We are grateful for the hard work of our crew, managers, and staff to complete the surveys successfully and on time.




Farewell EOT Spar

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On January 26, 2018, the EOT Spar left Schuyler Line Navigation Company’s fleet.  The EOT Spar was SLNC’s first US flag ship and we are so grateful for her many years of service.  A heartfelt thanks goes out to the crew, technical, and support teams that supported many voyages over the years. Your dedication was unparalleled and we look forward to watching her future journeys.





News: SLNC Moku Pahu delivers aid to Puerto Rico

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 In September 2017, Puerto Rico took a direct hit from Hurricane Maria, leaving much of the island devastated and without power.  Schuyler Line Navigation Company was proud to play a small role in relief efforts, delivering generators and supplies via SLNC Moku Pahu. To learn more about our disaster response capabilities, contact us at

Above: The second to last container/generator of Puerto Rico relief aid going ashore from SLNC Moku Pahu