Navios Acquisition Disposes of Its Oldest Vessel

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Navios Maritime Acquisition, an owner and operator of tanker vessels, has sold the oldest vessel in its fleet, the C. Dream.

As informed, the very large crude carrier has been sold for USD 21.75 million.

Although Navios Acquisition has not identified the buyer of the 323,967 cbm vessel, VesselsValue’s data shows that the company in question is Thailand-based Prima Marine.

C. Dream has been renamed Crystal Star and flies the flag of Thailand.

The 298,600 dwt ship features a length of 332 meters and a width of 60 meters.

Built at Hitachi shipyard in Japan in 2000, the tanker currently has a market value of USD 17.89 million.

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