Norwegian shipowner Ocean Yield took delivery of a newly-built handysize dry bulk vessel, the Interlink Amenity, on April 9.
Following the delivery, the ship commenced a 10-year bareboat charter to a company owned and guaranteed by Interlink Maritime, an owner and provider of dry bulk vessels.
Featuring 38,500 dwt, the unit was constructed by China’s shipbuilder Huatai Heavy Industry.
The Marshall Islands-flagged ship has a length of 180 meters and a beam of 32 meters.
Interlink Maritime, which controls a fleet of 28 handysize vessels, including newbuildings, provides dry bulk vessels to agricultural and industrial commodities companies, shipping companies and other end-users.