Navios Apollon Released from Captivity

Tuesday, March 02, 2010

Navios Maritime Partners L.P. announced that the Navios Apollon and her crew were released on Feb. 27 2010. Navios Partners reported that the Captain and crew are healthy and will be reunited with their families shortly. Navios Partners thanks the Captain, the crew and their families for their fortitude through this trying ordeal. Many assisted the company in achieving this outcome. Navios wanted to recognize the special efforts of the Chinese Embassy in Greece, and the Ambassador personally, for assisting in the release process and arranging the Chinese warship Wenzhou to escort the Navios Apollon and crew and providing needed support after this prolonged period in captivity.

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