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 Alycia  (Bulk Carrier)
161 days ago by arnekiel

New Charter fixed
delivery Constantza spot, redelivery Tunisia, 9000 $ daily, J. Lauritzen

 Erietta  (Bulk Carrier)
161 days ago by arnekiel

New Charter fixed
delivery New Orleans May 20 - 21, redelivery Philippines, 19.750 $ daily, Oldendorff

 Flag Evi  (Bulk Carrier)
161 days ago by arnekiel

New Charter fixed
delivery Glasgow May 11 - 14, trip via U.S. Gulf, redelivery India, intention petcoke, 14.900 $ daily, Norden

 Mba Giovanni  (Bulk Carrier)
161 days ago by arnekiel

New Charter fixed
delivery Qingdao spot, trip via North Australia, redelivery China, intention bauxite, 5600 $ daily, Rio Tinto (Ultrabulk relet)

 Contship Pro  (Container Ship)
161 days ago by arnekiel

New Charter fixed
3-6 months trading Caribbean, 6500 $ daily, CMA CGM

 Asian Trader  (Container Ship)
161 days ago by arnekiel

Charter extended
2-4 months trading Far East, 5800 $ daily, APL

 Vega Sachsen  (Container Ship)
161 days ago by arnekiel

New Charter fixed
3-6 months trading Caribbean, 6600 $ daily, CMA CGM

 Lily Queen  (Container Ship)
161 days ago by arnekiel

Charter extended
4-5 months trading Southeast Asia and India, 5500 $ daily, Transworld

 Lily Star  (Container Ship)
161 days ago by arnekiel

Charter extended
4-5 months trading Southeast Asia and India, 5500 $ daily, Transworld

 Sewol  (Passenger Ship > Passenger Ro Ro Cargo Ship)
161 days ago by Timsen

Suspected human bones found inside wreck
Suspected human bones were recovered on May 10 from the "Sewol". Since the salvage workers have been painstakingly sifting through the silt piled up inside the hull. Two bones were now retrieved from a passenger cabin on the fourth deck. Citing forensic experts said they were apparently human and had been sent to the National Forensic Service for DNA tests. Last week, a diver combing the sea bed where the ferry had been lying found a bone fragment believed to be from a human shin. In March, soon after it was salvaged the ministry announced that human bone fragments had been found under the hull of the ship. But DNA tests confirmed they were from pigs, to the ministry’s embarrassment. The recent announcement was the first time suspected human bones had been found inside the wreck.


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