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Grieg Star acquires new semi open hatch vessel

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Grieg Star has acquired a new semi open hatch vessel on the 25 September. Star Majesty was formerly known as Samos Majesty. She is a sister of the Star Minerva, and thus a vessel type Grieg Star knows well and appreciates as efficient and reliable.

Grieg Star acquires new semi open hatch vessel

“We are really happy we have been able to conclude this deal. Grieg Star is committed to this business, and securing quality tonnage for the future is important for us,” says CEO Camilla Grieg.

Star Majesty has entered into the G2 Ocean pool as of the 30 September.

The first Master of Star Majesty is Captain Jimmy Glema Sanchez.

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