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Three new dry bulk vessels added to Navios Maritime fleet

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Navios Maritime Partners L.P., an international owner and operator of container and dry bulk vessels, has announced the delivery of three dry bulk vessels into its fleet: the Navios Symphony, the Navios Aster and the Christine B.

The Navios Symphony, a 2010-Chinese-built capesize vessel of 178 132 DWT, was delivered on 20 September 2017. The vessel has been chartered out at a rate of US$17 575 net per day until March 2018.

The Navios Aster, a 2010-South Korean-built capesize vessel of 179 314 DWT, was delivered on 21 August 2017. The vessel has been chartered out at a rate of US$14 963 net per day until March 2018.

The Christine B, a 2009-Chinese-built ultra-handymax vessel of 58 058 DWT, was delivered on 11 August 2017. The vessel has been chartered out at an index linked charter until November 2017.

Following the delivery of these vessels, Navios Partners has 13 capesize vessels, 14 panamaxes, three ultra-handymaxes and seven container vessels on the water.

Read the article online at: https://www.drybulkmagazine.com/shipping/28092017/three-new-dry-bulk-vessels-added-to-navios-maritime-fleet/

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