Navios Europe Takes Delivery of Four Additional Vessels

Posted by Michelle Howard
Monday, December 23, 2013

Navios Europe Inc. announced  that it has taken delivery of four additional vessels out of the ten vessel acquisition from HSH Nordbank AG (HSH). Including these four vessels, Navios Europe has taken delivery of nine vessels in total. The remaining vessel is expected to be delivered by the end of 2013.


Fleet Exhibit

  Tankers
  Vessel      Vessel Type      Built      DWT
  Star N      MR1      2009      37,872
  Hector N      MR1      2008      38,402
  Perseus N      MR1      2009      36,264
  Aurora N      LR1      2008      63,495
  Lumen N      LR1      2008      63,599
               


  Containers
  Vessel      Vessel Type      Built      TEU
  Fesco Almathea      Panamax      2007      3,091
  Protostar N      Sub Panamax      2007      2,741
  Esperanza N      Sub Panamax      2008      2,007
  Harmony N      Sub Panamax      2006      2,824
  Solar N *       Panamax       2006       3,398
               


* To be delivered by the end of 2013

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