Gestioni Armatoriali sells tanker pair to Chandris Hellas

Piraeus-based shipping company Chandrios Hellas is reported as the new operator of a pair of MR2 tankers bought by Italy’s Gestioni Armatoriali and already renamed Aktea and Aegea.

Both the 10-year-old vessels previously known as Mare di Genova and Mare di Venezia had just been sold by the Ravenna-based shipping firm as part of the restructuring plan with creditors Deutsche Bank and Attestor Capital sealed last summer.

Today the market price of the Aktea is $17.6m and for the Aegea is $15.5m according to MSI’s Forecast Marine eValuator.

Nicola Capuzzo

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