Aries Maritime Transport Provides Update on the Bora

Wednesday, June 07, 2006
Aries Maritime Transport Limited announced that it has withdrawn the Bora, a 2000- built double-hull products tanker, from the vessel's charter with PDVSA, and is currently marketing the vessel for a new charter. Mons S. Bolin, President and Chief Executive Officer, commented, "Rates for products tankers remain firm and we are actively pursuing a new charter for the Bora in the international market. We remain committed to employing our vessels on period charters with leading charterers in order to provide shareholders with a stable revenue and dividend stream."

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