Currently Available In:

Antigua and Barbuda


January 04, 2013 eSeaClear Office Opens in Antigua - eSeaClear, the faster way to clear in and out of port, opened an office in Nelson’s Dockyard, English Harbour on December 1. The office, located a few doors away from Customs and Immigration, has computers for captains to use and full-time staff to help first-time users... (read more)
November 15, 2012 Get to know eSeaClear better at the 2012 Antigua Charter Yacht Show - St John’s, Antigua and Barbuda (November 15, 2012) – The eSeaClear team is looking forward to meeting captains, crew, agents and press at the upcoming 2012 Antigua Charter Yacht Show... (read more)
November 01, 2012 eSeaClear is alive and well in Antigua and Barbuda - eSeaClear - The Free Online Service that Helps You Clear Through Customs, Immigration & Port Authority... (read more)
August 10, 2012 “The reports of the death of eSeaClear have been greatly exaggerated” quotes Bob Potter, CEO of eSeaClear Inc.... (read more)
July 30, 2012 Immigration Chief Fully Supports eSeaClear System - Antigua St. John’s - Chief immigration Officer Lt. Col Ivor Walker said he is in full support of the eSeaClear system which has been implemented in Antigua & Barbuda.... (read more)
July 19, 2012 ESeaClear Now Fully Functional In Antigua - eSeaClear, the Caribbean Pre-Arrival Notification System, is now available in Antigua and Barbuda. Representatives of eSeaClear have been in Antigua... (read more)
March 28, 2012 eSeaClear System To Be Introduced In Time For Sailing Week - eSeaClear System To Be Introduced In Time For Sailing Week ... that captains would have entered online prior to their arrival The eSeaClear system securely... (read more)
March 27, 2012 Customs and Immigration at Jolly Harbour Marina - Antigua has joined the eSeaClear system for pre-arrival customs notification. This service allows the captain to submit electronic notification to Antigua Customs Officers... (read more)
March 26, 2012 Why Not a Single Clearance for Grenada and SVG? - I just overheard a conversation in Trinidad: "When I leave from here I will sail straight through till Bequia. I’m sick of all that clearing in and out"... (read more)