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Three charters for Scorpio Bulkers

Three charters for Scorpio Bulkers

By Staff Writer - November 22, 2016

Photo: Scorpio Bulkers
Photo: Scorpio Bulkers

Monaco-based Scorpio Bulkers has entered into time charter-out agreements for two Ultramax vessels and one Kamsarmax vessel. The SBI Leo, an Ultramar vessel, has been chartered for a minimum of five months, maximum seven months, at the rate of $9,000 (€8,500). The SBI Cakewalk, a Kansarmax type, has been chartered out for a minimum of five months, maximum eight months, also at the rate of $9,000 (€8,500). SBI Achilles, an Ultramax, has been chartered for a minimum of six months, maximum eight months, at the rate of $11,000 (€10,300).

Scorpio Bulkers Inc. currently owns 41 vessels, consisting of 15 Kamsarmax vessels and 26 Ultramax vessels. The company also time charters-in two dry bulk vessels, consisting of one Panamax and one Kamsarmax vessel, and has contracted for seven dry bulk vessels consisting of five Kamsarmax vessels and two Ultramax vessels, from shipyards in China.

The company is listed on the New York Stock Exchange as SALT.

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