Geest Line is a UK-based shipping line. They have served the Carribean trade for more than 65 years. Today, they carry more cargo between Europe and the Windward and Leeward islands than any other shipping line.
The origins of the service lie in the shipment of bananas eastbound. Instead of the ships returning in ballast, Geest line decided to start a general cargo service carrying everything from small packages to large project machinery. Today, Geest Line offers weekly departures from the ports of Dover in the UK, and Flushing (Vlissingen) in the Netherlands for a wide range of breakbulk and containerised cargo, with a specific focus on reefers and refrigerated cargoes.