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New standby vessel bound for Esvagt

New standby vessel bound for Esvagt

21-08-2014 16:00:00


ESVAGT latest new acquisition, the standby vessel Esvagt Claudine, is on track to Esbjerg from Singapore where it is built. The ship left Singapore in mid-July and is expected to arrive in Esbjerg on 3 September.

The ship is 46 meters long and 12 meters wide. The tonnage is 963 GT

Esvagt has 12 C-ships in the fleet, all of which are built at the shipyard ASL in Singapore. In May, the company ordered two more which are expected to be delivered in the summer of 2015, they are ordered without charter, but Esvagt expects the market to grow further.

Source: Maritime Denmark


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