The 4th Bari-Star Handysize Delivered

The fourth Bari-Star design handysize vessel, built by Japanese shipbuilder Imabari Shipyard, has joined Clipper fleet.

The 38,000 dwt Clipper Bliss, together with her sisters Clipper Bari-Star, Clipper Bettina and Clipper Belle, represents the next generation of handysize type bulk carriers with impressive cargo capacity and eco fuel consumption.

Her maiden voyage started in California loading rice in Sacramento and Stockton, destined to Mersin, Turkey.

The four Bari-Star vessels from Imabari are an important step in building up the Clipper fleet. At the moment, the company has a fleet of about 70 controlled vessels.

CLIPPER BLISS

DWAT: 38,243

LOA: 179.97m

DRAFT: 10.54m

BEAM: 29.8m

FLAG: Panama

 

Press Release, January 30, 2014

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