Our Maritime Transport Missions


  • Consolidating the presence and expansion of our shipping lines
  • Rapidly make available three additional cargo vessels powered by solar and solar energy
  • Continuing to open up island communities and operators in Southern Africa


  • Establish a win-win relationship with the local population and economic operators in the area
  • Developing a fleet capable of meeting strong demand
  • Opening up the region to several hundred thousand people by 2025. Offer to load goods bound for Europe

Goods transported

Maritime transport, which is 22 times cheaper than air transport, 7 times cheaper than road transport and 3.5 times cheaper than rail transport, has constantly changed and adapted to needs throughout history.

It is anticipated that the importance of maritime transport will increase further in the coming years. This will lead to an exponential increase in the current market growth rate. Consequently, being able to provide value-added services in maritime transport will be a considerable competitive advantage for companies in terms of competition and sustainability.

We ship in two ways.

  • Irregular transport (tramping) -- maritime transport on demand
  • Regular transport (linear) -- transport focused on service regularity

We transport all kinds of goods, from general cargo and foodstuffs to livestock and vehicles...

Our Maritime Routes

Our home port is Dar Es Salaam

Rotation frequencies :

  • Bi-monthly for Comoros
  • On request for all other destinations

Our ports of call : 

  • Anjouan (Comoros)
  • Moroni (Comoros)
  • Mayotte
  • Mtwara (Tanzania)
  • Diego (Madagascar)
  • Mahajanga
  • Tamatave
  • Morondave
  • Tuléar
  • Port Louis (Mauritius)
  • La Réunion
  • Bera (Mozambique)
  • Maputo (Mozambique)

La Charte Ethique de notre Compagnie Maritime

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