Eagle Bulk Takes Supramax Vessel

Wednesday, July 05, 2006
Eagle Bulk Shipping Inc. (Nasdaq:EGLE), a global marine transportation company specializing in the Supramax segment of the dry bulk shipping industry, has taken delivery of the Tern, a 2003 built 50,209 dwt Supramax dry bulk vessel. Eagle Bulk has now taken on-schedule delivery of two of the three vessels that were part of an acquisition agreement announced on June 23. The Company expects to take timely delivery of the final of these three vessels later this month.

The Tern will immediately commence an 18- to 22-month time charter at a rate of $19,000 per day.

Upon delivery of the third vessel the Eagle Bulk Shipping Inc. fleet will consist of 16 dry bulk vessels including 12 Supramax and 4 Handymax vessels, with a cargo carrying capacity of 796,663 dwt., and a fleet average age of approximately 5.5 years.

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