Pirates Board Seanergy’s MV Bet Fighter

Wednesday, August 18, 2010

Seanergy Maritime Holdings Corp. announced that the MV Bet Fighter, a 1992 built, 173,149 dwt Capesize vessel, was boarded by pirates off Singapore, on August 17, while en route to China. Currently the vessel is continuing with her voyage with no disruption. During this incident the pirates did not seize the vessel or any of its crew members and left of their own accord.

Dale Ploughman, the company’s Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, stated: “We are pleased that the crew members are safe and that there was no damage to the vessel. Unfortunately piracy is a real concern in some parts of the world and we are fortunate to escape without incident to the MV BET Fighter.”

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