October 2013 Vessel Sales

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Monday, November 04, 2013

Listed are vessel sales for October 2013 as prepared by Shipping Intelligence, Inc., New York.

Reported – Vessel Name – DWT – Built(Age) – Price in millions USD

Bulk Carriers
10/23/13 - POLYGO 2 - 6,850 - 89(24) - $1
10/23/13 - AFRICAN ORCHID - 18,286 - 98(15) - $5
10/11/13 - PACIFIC LEADER - 27,865 - 97(16) - $7.9
10/23/13 - PACIFIC BULKER - 27,865 - 97(16) - $8
10/23/13 - TREMONIA - 28,083 - 01(12) - $7.8
10/01/13 - BENETE BAY - 28,342 - 08(5) - $17
10/23/13 - RABEE - 28,674 - 98(15) - $9.7
10/07/13 - LONGVIEW - 33,723 - 10(3) - $19.1
10/14/13 - ST PAUL - 40,926 - 94(19) - $5
10/07/13 - GO FRIENDSHIP - 44,875 - 94(19) - $6.2
10/01/13 - CHANG HANG MAO HAI - 45,542 - 11(2) - $12.8
10/01/13 - CHANG HANG JING HAI - 45,542 - 11(2) - $12.8
10/14/13 - JUERGEN SCHULTE - 48,224 - 97(16) - $8.6
10/23/13 - STAR SEA COSMOS - 48,893 - 00(13) - $13
10/23/13 - IMPERIAL SPIRIT - 53,466 - 05(8) - $18
10/23/13 - OCEAN DIAMOND - 53,503 - 07(6) - $25
10/14/13 - XIAMEN SKY - 53,604 - 05(8) - $12.5
10/17/13 - CHANG AN JIANG HAI - 59,067 - 10(3) - $14.9
10/17/13 - CHANG AN BO HAI - 59,067 - 10(3) - $14.6
10/17/13 - CHANG AN HUI HAI - 59,067 - 10(3) - $14.9
10/23/13 - ENERGY ROSE - 70,257 - 97(16) - $9.9
10/14/13 - HSIN HO - 71,500 - 97(16) - $19
10/14/13 - JIN HO - 71,500 - 97(16) - $19
10/07/13 - ORIENTAL SUN - 72,651 - 98(15) - $10.9
10/23/13 - PREMNITZ - 72,873 - 94(19) - $7.3
10/14/13 - SUNNY PRIDE - 74,078 - 00(13) - $12.9
10/14/13 - RED SETO - 75,957 - 02(11) - $15.4
10/23/13 - EUROCARRIER - 76,602 - 04(9) - $18
10/11/13 - AP KONAVLE - 79,800 - 13(0) - $21.5
10/01/13 - VERY KOKO - 81,000 - 13(0) - $24.5
10/01/13 - VERY MIGHTY - 81,000 - 13(0) - $24.5
10/23/13 - STX DYNAMIC - 81,168 - 12(1) - $25.3
10/07/13 - BK ALICE - 81,970 - 12(1) - $23
10/07/13 - JIMPACIFIC - 82,000 - 13(0) - $26.5
10/14/13 - TOSA SEA - 92,500 - 10(3) - $20
10/07/13 - ANASTASIA - 92,500 - 10(3) - $20
10/23/13 - GARFTON - 122,292 - 96(17) - $8
10/23/13 - CAPE KESTREL - 161,475 - 93(20) - $12
10/14/13 - SU-OH - 171,081 - 97(16) - $16.8
10/07/13 - JK PIONEER - 179,134 - 13(0) - $52.5
10/14/13 - CAPE CONDOR - 180,181 - 04(9) - $24
10/07/13 - CAPE CHALLENGER I - 180,730 - 13(0) - $51

Chemical Carriers
10/14/13 - C.P. 39 - 7,786 - 01(12) - $5.8
10/07/13 - PALMA PRIMA - 8,141 - 94(19) - $3.4
10/07/13 - FURE STAR - 14,972 - 94(19) - $7.9
10/01/13 - MCT ALIOTH - 19,990 - 99(14) - $9
10/14/13 - BARCAROLLE - 44,999 - 96(17) - $9.8

Containerships
10/07/13 - WEHR RISSEN - 23,028 - 99(14) - $6.6
10/23/13 - STX QINGDAO - 23,579 - 09(4) - $17.2
10/14/13 - RIO THELON - 34,313 - 04(9) - $14
10/23/13 - CRYSTAL BAY - 34,393 - 05(8) - $14
10/14/13 - RIO ALSTER - 34,444 - 04(9) - $14
10/11/13 - STX MELBOURNE - 37,901 - 08(5) - $17
10/11/13 - STX MUMBAI - 37,901 - 08(5) - $17
10/11/13 - NONA - 38,133 - 06(7) - $13
10/11/13 - AROSIA - 38,600 - 06(7) - $17
10/23/13 - WESERTAL - 38,700 - 06(7) - $17
10/11/13 - ARIANA - 38,700 - 06(7) - $17
10/11/13 - LISA SCHULTE - 42,102 - 06(7) - $12.5
10/14/13 - CSAV PANAMBY - 42,102 - 06(7) - $12.8

Gas Carriers
10/07/13 - WILPRIDE - 90,000 - 13(0) - $205

Tankers
10/07/13 - AEGEAN II - 1,616 - 66(47) - $0.2
10/01/13 - EBRU S - 3,509 - 04(9) - $5
10/11/13 - GLORY 121 - 8,248 - 95(18) - $4.2
10/17/13 - OCEAN MORAY - 13,500 - 96(17) - $13.1
10/01/13 - ONTARI - 18,520 - 93(20) - $1.8
10/14/13 - UNIQUE SUNSHINE - 47,097 - 01(12) - $12
10/14/13 - LR REGULUS - 70,312 - 04(9) - $21
10/11/13 - GENMAR AGAMEMNON - 96,214 - 95(18) - $7.5
10/01/13 - KWK ESTEEM - 105,342 - 00(13) - $11.5
10/23/13 - DIAMOND ETERNITY - 107,497 - 11(2) - $31
10/14/13 - PACIFIC CONDOR - 115,600 - 07(6) - $25.2
10/14/13 - PACIFIC BRAVE - 115,600 - 07(6) - $25.2
10/14/13 - PACIFIC EMPIRE - 115,600 - 08(5) - $27.4
10/14/13 - PACIFIC APOLLO - 115,600 - 07(6) - $25.2
10/07/13 - BW LUNA - 298,555 - 03(10) - $36

Multipurpose Vessels
10/14/13 - YU HUAN QUAN - 3,310 - 95(18) - $0.8
10/23/13 - NEW VEGA - 6,850 - 89(24) - $1
10/14/13 - PIONEER FIRST - 10,713 - 04(9) - $5
 

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