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    Broker describes secondhand market

    News // July 8, 2005
    Offshore Shipbrokers Ltd (OSL) reports the following sales in the secondhand market:

    The AHTS Normand Titan (built 1985 - 12,600bhp) and Normand Trym (built 1984 - 12,720bhp) have been sold in an en bloc deal for a price of about NKr 16 million to a new partnership with current owners Solstad retaining 30 per cent of the equity.

    The AHTS Kundasang (built 1984 - 7,000bhp) has been sold to Middle East Buyers on private terms.

    The PSV Guardsman (built 1979 - 4,200bhp) that has been operating in Brazil for some time has been sold to the local managers, Navigationale Sao Miguel.

    The AHTS Maersk Trinity (built 1983 -10,880bhp) has been sold to MISR Gulf Shipping.

    The AHT Panagiotakis Star (ex-Maersk Blower, built 1977 - 8,400bhp) has been purchased by Marine Carriers Sweden with prompt delivery. The tug will be renamed Hercules and used to tow the owners own cargo barge, mainly in the Baltic.

    The Dive Support Vessels Miss Marie and Miss Clementine (both built1998) have been sold for a price in the region of US$11 million each.

    AHTS Camogli Due (built 1973 - 3,600bhp) has been sold to Middle East Operators on private terms. The vessels has delivered and has been renamed Mahra VI.

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