Associated Steamship Agents, S.A. can trace its origins on the Isthmus of Panama back to 1889, when Captain William Andrews opened a Steamship Agency in the city of Colon on the Atlantic side. Today we maintain offices in both Balboa, on the Pacific side, and Cristobal, on the Atlantic side, where our operations departments work 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, responding to the needs of our principals from around the world who use the Panama Canal and ports in the Republic of Panama.

In addition to representing many ship owners and operators, Associated Steamship Agents are also the agents for Lloyd's of London at the Canal and undertake hull and machinery surveys on behalf of underwriters from Europe, the United States and the Far East.

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 06 May 2015 17:59  

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Effective 7 June 2016 and until further notice for vessels transiting the Panamax locks the maximum authorized transit draft is set to 12.04m (39.5 feet) TFW * deepest point of immersion.   * Some Vessels because of hull configuration (Bilge keel radius) are not allowed transit at this draft. Please check with us before fixing.  (Advisory A-33-2016)
 
Effective 18 October 2016 and until further notice for vessels transiting the Neo-Panamax locks the maximum authorized transit draft is set to 13.72m (46 feet) TFW deepest point of immersion .  (Advisory A-30-2017)
 

 

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