Recent Vessel Sales

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Wednesday, August 07, 2013

Below is a list of recent vessel sales prepared by Shipping Intelligence, Inc. as of August 1, 2013. Sale prices are listed in millions USD.

Date reported - Vessel name – DWT - BLT/Age - Price

Bulk Carriers
7/18/13 - OCEAN STAR - 18,367 - 00/13 - $4.8
7/18/13 - SEA BELL - 24,997 - 00/13 - $6.1
7/29/13 - GREAT CREATION - 27,383 - 98/15 - $6.2
7/10/13 - ALBANY SOUND - 28,379 - 02/11 - $12.3
7/10/13 - CAPE FLATTERY - 28,433 - 04/9 - $11.5
7/29/13 - PRINCESS ALIEL - 28,463 - 00/13 - $10.8
7/10/13 - MOUNT TRAVERS - 28,484 - 02/11 - $10.6
7/10/13 - OCEAN EXPORTER - 28,561 - 02/11 - $12.3
7/10/13 - CAPE NELSON - 29,461 - 01/12 - 12.1
7/10/13 - TIMARU STAR - 31,893 - 04/9 - $12.9
7/10/13 - COOK STRAIT - 31,894 - 04/9 - $11.5
7/10/13 - BLACK FOREST - 32,751 - 03/10 - $11.2
7/10/13 - SUN RUBY - 32,754 - 04/9 - $11.5
7/10/13 - PORT PEGASUS - 32,773 - 04/9 - $12.9
7/29/13 - GREAT SUMMIT - 33,700 - 05/8 - $16.
7/29/13 - HANZE GOTEBORG - 35,000 - 13/0 - $18.5
7/29/13 - HANZE GDANSK - 35,000 - 13/0 - $18.5
7/29/13 - SEA MIRROR - 42,025 - 90/23 - $4.3
7/29/13 - MINBEI - 42,609 - 86/27 - $3.5
7/18/13 - DARULKAR - 42,609 - 86/27 - $3.5
7/29/13 - YANTIAN SEA - 44,821- 95/18 - $6.8
7/10/13 - LEGEND PHOENIX - 50,209 - 02/11 - $14.2
7/18/13 - ATHOS - 52,248 - 04/9 - $15.5
7/18/13 - OCEAN MORNING - 52,404 - 01/12 - $13
7/01/13 - OCEAN ADVENTURE - 52,409 - 05/8 - $17.8
7/18/13 - DARYA BRAHMA - 56,056 - 06/7 - $19.4
7/29/13 - DIMITRIOS S - 66,088 - 90/23 - $5
7/29/13 - LEGATO - 72,083 - 99/14 - $9.3
7/18/13 - PRUVA - 74,137 - 95/18 - $7.5
7/01/13 - POWER STEEL - 74,443 - 99/14 - $11.0
7/01/13 - EURO TRADER - 76,595 - 09/4 - $21.1
7/29/13 - FORTUNE ISLAND - 81,900 - 08/5 - $22.5
7/29/13 - CITY - 82,000 - 13/0 - $28.7
7/29/13 - SPRING OCEAN - 82,962 - 05/8 - $18.3
7/10/13 - GLORY POWER - 87,144 - 06/7 - $19
7/18/13 - THIRA SEA - 92,500 - 10/3 - $20
7/01/13 - NONI M - 185,777 - 95/18 - $10.5

Car Carriers
7/29/13 - LA SURPRISE - 4,659 - 00/13 - $9.8

Chemical Carriers

7/10/13 - ATAGUN - 2,147 - 08/5 - $5
7/18/13 - DIAMOND STAR - 5,897 - 10/3 - $12
7/18/13 - LAGUNA SWAN - 5,897 - 10/3 - $12
7/10/13 - GOLDEN ATLAS - 6,498 - 99/14 - $6
7/01/13 - GUILDO - 7,087 - 04/9 - $8
7/10/13 - MCT ALTAIR - 19,990 - 99/14 - $9.4
7/10/13 - CIELO DI PARIGI - 36,032 - 01/12 - $12.7
7/10/13 - TVER - 40,000 - 94/19 - $4.5
7/10/13 - TOMSK - 40,703 - 97/16 - $4.5
7/18/13 - UACC MUHARRAQ - 45,500 - 13/0 - 33.6
7/18/13 - UACC MARWAN - 45,500 - 13/0 - $33.6
7/10/13 - NCC BADER - 45,544 - 13/0 - $33.5
7/10/13 - ENJOY - 74,158 - 11/2 - $36

Container Ships
7/29/13 - CLONLEE - 5,207 - 96/17 - $1
7/29/13 - FLEVODIJK - 11,863 - 10/3 - $9
7/29/13 - MONDENA - 12,048 - 99/14 - $2.5
7/29/13 - FRIESEDIJK - 12,306 - 10/3 - $9
7/29/13 - VIYA - 13,623 - 97/16 - $6.5
7/29/13 - PETALIDI - 14,100 – 93/20 - $3
7/29/13 - LIBRA J - 14,174 - 98/15 - $2.8
7/18/13 - TRANSEAGLE - 16,621 - 02/11 - $7.5
7/18/13 - STX HONG KONG - 23,200 - 13/0 - $17
7/29/13 - AUSTRIA - 34,015 - 97/16 - $3
7/01/13 - RIO ANGELINA - 34,200 - 13/0 - $24.8
7/01/13 - JACOB SCHULTE - 34,200 - 13/0 - $24.8
7/01/13 - JULIUS SCHULTE - 34,200 - 13/0 - $24.8
7/18/13 - SIMA SINGAPORE - 35,551 - 95/18 - $4.5
7/29/13 - ER FREEMANTLE - 35,848 - 98/15 - $5.5
7/29/13 - ER DARWIN - 35,966 - 98/15 - $5.5

Gas Carriers
7/29/13 - ELEONORA LEMBO - 4,100 - 07/6 - $12
7/29/13 - MARGHERITA IULIANO - 4,100 - 07/6 - $12
7/10/13 - WINCANTON - 9,203 - 00/13 - $16
7/10/13 - NORGAS SONOMA - 9,260 - 03/10 - $16

Tankers
7/29/13 - PACIFIC POLARIS - 47,999 - 04/9 - $17
7/29/13 - MORNING GLORY V - 74,025 - 98/15 - $8.5
7/10/13 - MARKA - 74,127 - 12/1 - $36
7/18/13 - KORNATI - 103,368 - 99/14 - $9.8
7/01/13 - ATLAS NAVIGATOR - 107,181 - 98/15 - $7.4
7/18/13 - ELISEWIN - 149,991 - 02/11 - $24.5
7/18/13 - BW LUCK - 298,717 - 03/10 - $35

Tweendeckers
7/10/13 - BLACK SEA - 3,710 - 92/21 - $1.1
7/18/13 - ALSERBACH - 4,490 - 97/16 - $1.8
7/29/13 - ZITA - 4,490 - 97/16 - 1.8
7/29/13 - HERA - 4,901 - 84/29 - $.8
7/10/13 - WILSON MAR - 9,655 - 85/28 - $1
7/18/13 - YUUKI - 10,304 - 04/9 - $5.5
7/29/13 - HERM KIEPE - 13,059 - 97/16 - $4.9
 

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