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Boxship S&P activity concentrated in sub-3,000 TEU sector

14 December 2012

Activity in the containership secondhand market remains concentrated in the late 90s-built sub-3,000 TEU sector, where buyers continue to pick from a large pool of tonnage at scrap-related price levels. However, the most notable sale last month saw clients of Diana Shipping acquire the “APL Garnet” (built 1995, Samsung H.I., 4,729 TEU/3,356 at 14t) from clients of NOL for $30m on the basis of a 34 month timecharter back at $27,000/day. Meanwhile, clients of Greece-based Victoria Oceanway purchased the “Clasen Rickmers” (built 1998, CSBC, 2,226TEU/1,748 at 14t, 3x40t cr.) for $5.25m. Fellow Greek buyers acquired the “E.R Durban” (built 1999, Stocz. Szczecin, 1,730 TEU/1,148 at 14t, 3x45t cr.) from clients of E.R. Schiffahrt for $5.5m. Elsewhere, clients of Sinokor Marine have snapped up the “Antje Schulte” and “Fabian Schulte” (both built 1997, Meeres-Technik, 1,608 TEU/1,086 at 14t, 3x40t cr., Ice) for $2m each, the low price reflecting the fact that both vessels are due for their special survey/dry docking, and that delivery was taken in the Caribbean. Finally, clients of Indonesia-based Tanto Intim Line paid $5.2m for the Greek-controlled “Far Colombo” (built 1995, Shin Kurushima, 1,510/1,200 at 14t).





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