Greek shipowner and operator Navios Maritime Partners informed that three dry bulk vessels joined its fleet.
The ships in question are Navios Symphony, Navios Aster and Christine B.
Built in China in 2010, the 178,132 dwt Navios Symphony was delivered to the company on September 20. The Capesize vessel has been chartered out at a rate of USD 17,575 per day until March 2018.
Additionally, the Navios Aster, previously known as Asterix, was delivered to Navios Partners on August 21. Built at Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI) shipyard in South Korea in 2010, the 179,314 dwt Capesize bulker will work for an undisclosed party at a rate of USD 14,963 per day until March 2018. The ship was purchased from Greece-based Capital Maritime and Trading in August 2017, VesselsValue’s information show.
The third ship, Christine B, was handed over to Navios Partners on August 11. Constructed at Tsuneishi Zhoushan shipyard in 2009, the 58,058 dwt bulker has been chartered out at an index-linked charter until November 2017. Christine B was bought from Greek company First Lines in July this year, according to data provided by VesselsValue.
Following the delivery of these vessels, Navios Partners has 13 Capesize vessels, 14 Panamaxes, three Ultra-Handymaxes and seven container vessels on the water.
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