Recent Ship Sales

Wednesday, March 14, 2001
Tanker Sitamia 1988 84,040 $20.5 million.

Tanker Bertina 1982 65,979 sold on a BBHP basis to Seaoil, U.S., based on a price of about $9.5-10 million.

Chemical Tanker Tradewind Clipper 1983 6,718 $1.5 million.

LPG Carrier Aries Gas 1984 3,084 $2.5 million.

Bulker Transworld 1993 71,761 $13.2 million.

Bulker Virtue 1985 38,883 $6.6 million.

Bulker Jag Roopa 1985 37,710 dwt $6.2 million.

Bulker Nego Nomis 1985 26,598 $5.7 million.

Bulker Range 1983 11,754 $3.3 million.

(Source: Reuters: All transactions may not be final)

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