The Off shore company Las Palmas supplies the ships and collect sailors.


Both on the land and on the sea we need door-to-door services for those people who live on a ship and spend their lives roaming from port to port. And what’s the valuable sailor that spends months sailing and doesn’t feel like having a Canarian Banana? Bernarda Montero has understood this feeling of emptiness that existed when ships that have been sailing for months approached the Isle. Off Shore Las Palmas was originally born to guarantee the necessary provisioning: water and any kind of goods such as a buoy or a motor, including sailors when necessary. “We transport  provisions, military equipment, motors, passengers, injured passengers and anything the ship might need anytime”.

Bernarda has started her career with a towage company, but she realized straight away that the demand of anchored ships was growing. Her idea consisted on paying attention and supplying the ships constantly, taking care of anything people might need, from a personal and human point of view as well. Her philosophy was that a simple orange may turn into something as precious as gold when someone hasn’t tasted a fruit for months. And for her good job she received a special port award.

24 hours out of 24, 365 days for years: that’s the service she offers in order to provide anything the sailors might need. Additionally, with the hard times we are living, hunger sharpen the wits. Off shore Las Palmas  posses three ships and they have maintained their price list blocked since 2009. On of the ships, whose name is Itara, can transport 20 ton on its deck, Beatriz, just transports passengers, and Vb Ahemòn has a tank capacity of 300 tons for anchored ships and it can supply pumped oil.