TOP Ships Bareboat Charter Agreed

Press Release
Thursday, June 21, 2012

Greece-vased Tops Ships Inc. agree a bareboat charter agreement for its dry bulk carrier 'MV Evian'

TOP Ships Inc. an international maritime shipping company that provides transportation services for crude oil, petroleum products, and dry bulk commodities, announce that it has entered into a bareboat agreement to charter out the M/V "EVIAN" up to 15 December 2014 at a daily rate of US$ 7,000.

The TOP Ships fleet  consists of 6 Handymax double hull tankers (for chemical/ petroleum products or crude oil) with average age 2.5 years and 1 dry cargo vessel with age 9 years. Total cargo carrying capacity of our fleet is approximately 350.000 DWT.

The 51,215 dwt MV Evian was built in China in 2002, is classed with DNV, and is powered by a MAN 6S 50MC-C marine diesel engine.
 

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