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Eagle Bulk Takes Delivery of Stonington Eagle

Photo:  Eagle Bulk Shipping

By Aiswarya Lakshmi

Eagle Bulk Shipping has taken delivery of the M/V Stonington Eagle, the third of nine Crown-63 Ultramax dry bulk sister vessels acquired from Greenship Bulk Trust for an aggregate price of $153 million.

With the addition of the M/V Stonington Eagle, the current Eagle Bulk fleet consists of 43 vessels on the water, including five Ultramax vessels. Another six Ultramaxes are scheduled to be delivered over the coming months, growing Eagle Bulk's owned fleet to 49 Ultramax and Suezmax vessels.

Stonington Eagle
Type: Ultramax
Owned/TCin: owned
Deadweight: 63,301 DWT
Year Built: 2013
Draft: 13.32 m
Length (LOA): 199.99 m
Beam: 32.26 m
Cranes: 4 x 36 Tons
Grabs: 4 x 20.0 m3
Holds/Hatches: 5/5
Grain: 77,493 m3
Bale: 75,555 m3
Grt/Nrt: 35,813 / 21,224
Flag: Marshall Islands
Classification: LRS

May 16, 2017

 

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