Boluda open a regular line between Sevilla and the Canary Islands

2015-11-25T10:10:55+00:0015/03/2011|News|

The boat Reyes B will do the line every tuesdyas connecting the Capital of Andalusia with Santa Cruz of Tenerife on Thursdays and Las Palmas on Fridays.

This craft makes possible the road and containerized transport of merchandises with a capacity of charges of 1800 linear metres.

Boluda Corporación Marítima has started a new line of transport with the canary Islands through its division Boluda Lines dedicated to the transport of merchandises. The boat Reyes B will be in charge of doing the route Sevilla, Santa Cruz of Tenerife, Las Palmas, every Tuesday. Due to that Boluda Lines consolidates its service that it has kept  historically with Seville.

The Reyes B is a Ropax boat with a length of 150 metres. Its beam arrives to the 23, 9 metres and the height to the 13 metres and the lineal charge to the 1800 metres.

Boluda Lines has actually 5 lines of transport of merchandises and will be joined by this new one. Beside, thanks to its connexions with the west part of Africa through the port Hub of Las Palmas, the merchandises transported from Seville will get access to the African market of Agadir (Morocco), Dakar (Senegal), Nouakchott and Nouadhibou (Mauritania)

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