Seaspan Accepts Delivery of Vessel

Thursday, December 07, 2006
Seaspan Corporation announced the delivery of its 22nd vessel, the Maersk Marystown, a 4800 TEU containership built in 1989. The vessel was purchased from A.P. Moller Maersk A/S and will be time chartered back to APMM for five years from delivery. APMM has options to extend the charter by up to four years from the end of the firm charter period. The Maersk Marystown, formerly named the Maren Maersk, is the third of four sister vessels to be purchased from and chartered back to APMM.
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