Recent Vessel Sales

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Friday, January 03, 2014

 (Sale Prices in Millions USD)

_REPT'D____VESSEL NAME_____________________DWT___BLT/AGE____PRICE_

 

BULKCARRIERS                  

12/09/13  OCEAN SIRIUS                     7,486  05( 8)  $  2.300

12/04/13  BULK SUNSET                     18,315  97(16)  $  4.500

12/19/13  CIDO PACIFIC                    22,202  86(27)  $  2.600

12/19/13  TAO TRIUMPH                     23,604  97(16)  $  7.000

12/09/13  LADYTRAMP                       24,765  01(12)  $  7.000

12/13/13  HANJI ISTANBUL                  27,369  97(16)  $  8.000

12/13/13  SUPER ADVENTURE                 28,630  96(17)  $  8.000

12/19/13  OCALA                           28,960  94(19)  $  6.000

12/19/13  JOLBOS                          29,016  94(19)  $  6.000

12/19/13  SAN TEODORO                     29,462  85(28)  $  4.000

12/19/13  TUNA 7                          32,128  99(14)  $ 11.100

12/04/13  CIELO DI GENOVA                 32,534  05( 8)  $ 16.500

12/13/13  RUBY STAR                       34,329  10( 3)  $ 16.100

12/13/13  MARO L                          40,048  85(28)  $  4.000

12/13/13  NEW RAINBOW                     42,717  98(15)  $ 11.000

12/09/13  SEA PEACE                       46,786  98(15)  $ 13.000

12/19/13  ZELLA OLDENDORFF                50,326  01(12)  $ 15.400

12/09/13  VICTORIA VII                    55,000  11( 2)  $ 18.500

12/13/13  DYNA CRANE                      56,000  06( 7)  $ 21.300

12/19/13  THUNDERBIRD BULKER              57,991  11( 2)  $ 29.500

12/19/13  TOUCAN BULKER                   57,991  11( 2)  $ 29.500

12/09/13  KIRAN ISTANBUL                  64,000  13( 0)  $ 28.000

12/13/13  MARINE PROSPERITY               73,326  01(12)  $ 16.300

12/09/13  SHIRANE                         77,672  00(13)  $ 15.800

12/19/13  STELLA BECRUX                   80,329  11( 2)  $ 29.500

12/19/13  PACIFIC CHALLENGER             149,210  95(18)  $ 12.000

12/19/13  GLORY ADVANCE                  171,039  96(17)  $ 10.000

12/09/13  SCOPE                          174,088  06( 7)  $ 33.000

12/09/13  CAPE PROVENCE                  177,022  05( 8)  $ 32.000

12/09/13  PROUD                          178,005  09( 4)  $ 42.500

12/19/13  HOUHENG 3                      179,895  12( 1)  $ 50.000

 

CHEMICAL CARRIERS             

12/09/13  FRECCIAMARE                      3,087  09( 4)  $  9.500

12/19/13  EASTERN JUBILEE                  6,135  03(10)  $  8.500

12/09/13  C.P. 38                          6,712  01(12)  $  5.000

12/09/13  CLIPPER KAREN                   11,290  06( 7)  $ 11.500

12/13/13  ORIENTAL ZINNIA                 14,000  02(11)  $ 11.700

 

CONTAINERSHIPS               

12/04/13  FLORENTIA                       12,534  96(17)  $  3.000

12/09/13  STX QINGDAO                     23,286  09( 4)  $ 13.000

12/09/13  STX DALIAN                      23,286  10( 3)  $ 13.000

12/09/13  HYUNDAI TOKYO                   80,059  06( 7)  $ 55.000

12/09/13  HYUNDAI HONGKONG                80,102  06( 7)  $ 55.000

12/09/13  HYUNDAI BUSAN                   80,102  06( 7)  $ 55.000

12/09/13  HYUNDAI SINGAPORE               80,250  06( 7)  $ 55.000

12/09/13  HYUNDAI SHANGHAI                80,262  06( 7)  $ 55.000

 

GAS CARRIERS                  

12/19/13  GAS BALI                         5,350  07( 6)  $ 13.500

 

TANKERS                       

12/09/13  BREGEN                          13,941  94(19)  $  6.800

12/04/13  MAKO                           104,000  96(17)  $ 10.500

12/02/13  MAYFAIR                        298,405  95(18)  $ 23.500

 

MULTI-PURPOSE VESSELS

12/19/13  SELGA                            3,185  84(29)  $   .700

12/19/13  HELMA                            3,936  90(23)  $   .900

12/09/13  DK IRENE                         5,587  97(16)  $  2.000

12/02/13  MCL TUNI                         6,149  96(17)  $  1.800

12/13/13  CAPE DON                        30,537  02(11)  $  9.000

 

Data prepared by Shipping Intelligence, Inc., New York.


 

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