Comarco Group

Comarco was established in Mombasa, Kenya before expanding its range of activities and area of operations to working throughout the Indian Ocean and along the entire eastern African Seaboard and interior. Comarco is now the leading marine and specialised contractor, with over forty years experience in the region, owning and operating its own private port, fleet of tugs, barges, supply vessels and specialised equipment for offshore, on shore, and beaching operations.

Recently Published News

30 April 2021

Comarco delivers cargo handling equipment to Lamu port

Tug Comarco Swift and C321 flat-top barge delivered assorted equipment for cargo handling and navigation to Lamu port.

Equpiment delivered includes four Kalmar terminal tractors, eight skeletal trailers, one 25- tonne forklift, one five-tonne forklift, two low bed trailers, four spreaders amd one over-height spreader.

04 July 2020

Air Quality Report for June 2020 is published

Comarco Group is one of the first organizations in Kenya to purchase state of the art air quality monitoring equipment. This proactive installation initiative is driven by Comarco’s corporate social responsibility towards the environment, its employees and the Liwatoni community at large. Monthly Air Quality Reports are available at link below.

01 February 2020

Bandari Maritime Academy Students on Work Study Tour at Comarco Port

The excursion was attended by 40 Bandari Maritime students, studying for a variety of occupations from Deck Officers to Engine Room Officers. The tour was designed to give students first hand exposure to the practical application of their intended career paths. 

31 January 2020

Comarco Kestrel has mobilised to Mocimboa da Praia, Mozambique

Comarco Kestrel has mobilised from the Comarco Port facility in Mombasa Kenya to Mozambique, having been chartered by an IOGP Major, to relocate infrastructure assets from Port Pemba and Mocimboa da Praia further North.

22 November 2019

Comarco has signed a contract with Zarara Oil & Gas

Comarco has signed a contract with Zarara Oil & Gas for the delivery of fuel oil and potable water to its drill site at Pate Island in Northern Kenya using its 1000 dwt landing craft Kestrel.

18 November 2019

Extension of contract to provide offshore and supply base services to ENI Kenya B.V.

Comarco Group is pleased to confirm the extension of its contract to provide offshore and supply base services to ENI Kenya B.V. Limited at its private port facility in Mombasa.

Comarco Private Port, Mombasa

Comarco Base is a privately owned harbour fronting yard, which lies approximately 2 Km from Mombasa Port and 1 km from the city centre, by way of Moi Avenue, Tangana Road and Mikanjuni Road. Access to these roads is via the Southern Gate and over a recently refurbished bridge capable of handling load in excess of 65mt.

The Base totals approx. 16 acres including over 40,000 m² of storage space, office space and facilities, crawler cranes, a marine engineering workshop and a 24 hour Operations Centre.

Turnkey Solution for Palma, Mozambique

First class turnkey solutions for receiving, handling, discharging and landing bulk, breakbulk (including OOG and heavy lift) and containerised cargoes ashore in the remote region of Palma, in the Cabo Delgado Province, Republic of Mozambique.

Marine & Specialised Logistics

  • General Marine Transport
  • Customised Transport Solutions
  • Beach Landings
  • Lightering, Transhipping, Stevedoring
  • Instant Ports
  • Beach, Foreshore and Near Shore
  • Vessel Charter and Supply Run
  • Heavy Lift
  • Offshore Pipe Transport
  • Salvage & Emergency Towage

General Marine Contracting

  • Private Port Facility
  • Supply Base Management
  • Shipyard Services
  • Marine Construction
  • Subsea Services
  • Agency Work
  • Heavy Lifts and Haulage
  • Onshore Oil & Gas Support
  • Plant, Machinery & Equipment
  • Vessel Charter

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