Containership Chartered Out by Box Ships

Press Release
Wednesday, June 27, 2012

Greece-based Box Ships Inc. announces delivery of Its eighth containership, 'OOCL Hong Kong'

Box Ships Inc., a  containership owning company, announce it has taken delivery of its eighth vessel, the OOCL Hong Kong, a 5,344 TEU Post-Panamax containership built in 1995 at the Samsung shipyard in Korea.

The vessel is chartered to Orient Overseas Container Lines Ltd. ("OOCL") for a period of thirty-six (36) months plus or minus thirty days (30) at a net daily rate of US$26,465.

Box Ships has agreed to acquire one additional 5,344 TEU Post-Panamax containership built in 1996, the OOCL China, which is expected to be delivered on or prior to July 14, 2012 and will also be chartered to OOCL for a period of thirty-six (36) months plus or minus thirty days (30) at a net daily rate of US$26,465.


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