Ship Sales

Tuesday, February 13, 2001
BULKERS

Molat - (built 1977) 37,836 dwt sold for $1 million.

Sea Resource - (built 1977) 27,000 dwt sold to Taiwanese buyers for $1.35 million.

Neptune Akabar - (built 1986) 21,650 dwt sold to Chinese buyers for $5.3 million.

Top Concord - (built 1984) 21,362 dwt sold for $4.25 million.

Bravo - (built 1988) 15,900 dwt sold at auction for $950,000 with delivery as is laid up in Immingham.

Alpha Accord - (built 1985) 7,015 dwt sold for $1.7 million.

TANKERS

Polysymphony - (built 1993) 149,000 dwt sold for $41 million.

– All sales not final (Reuters)

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