OceanFreight Inc. New Charter

Thursday, October 15, 2009

OceanFreight Inc. (NASDAQ: OCNF), a global provider of seaborne transportation services for both drybulk and energy commodities, announced a new charter for the recently acquired 180,000DWT, 2005 built capesize vessel. Upon delivery, the vessel will be renamed M/V Montecristo and will commence employment on a time charter for a minimum period of four years at a gross rate of $23,500 per day and a maximum of eight years at an average gross rate of $24,125 per day for the optional period.

Anthony Kandylidis, Chief Executive Officer of the Company, commented: "Being consistent with our strategy of modern vessel acquisitions and of secured revenues, we have fixed the newly acquired capesize vessel for a minimum period of four years generating approximately $34.3 million in gross revenues over the minimum duration of the charter. Presently, our fleet charter coverage for 2010 stands at approximately 72%, while going forward, supported by our strong balance sheet and our ability to tap the capital markets, we continue to look for opportunities to grow our fleet."

(www.oceanfreightinc.com)

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