Supramax take over in Hong Kong
5th Oct 2016
On 5 October 2016, our staff has completed the take over of M/V St. Paul in the Hong Kong anchorage.
M/V St. Paul is a 58,000 DWT geared bulk carrier built at Tsuneishi Cebu yard in the Philippines in 2010, Loa 190m; B 32 m; D 18 m. She is classed by ABS and registered in the Marshall Islands.
Likewise her sister ship St. George, the vessel will be employed in worldwide trading under the technical and crewing care of SeaQuest.
Supramax 2nd hand added to fleet
4th Jan 2016
On 29/12/2015 the SeaQuest staff completed the taking over procedures for M/V St George at Akcansa in Turkey and the ship is now part of our managed fleet.
M/V St George is a 57,959 DWT geared bulk carrier built at Tsuneishi HI Cebu yard in the Philippines in 2012, Loa 190 m, B 32 m, D 18 m, registered with Marshal Islands and classed by ABS.
The vessel will be employed in worldwide trading under the technical and crewing care of SeaQuest.
Handimax newbuilding V Due joins fleet
14th Oct 2015
The second handymax newbuilding included in the technical and crew management deal between SeaQuest and an Italian ship owner has entered under our management.
The take over occurred upon vessel's delivery to owners at AVIC Weihai shipyard, China.
M/V V Due is a 38,000 dwt bulk carrier, featuring Loa 181 m, B 30 m, D 15.2 m, four cargo cranes. Her fuel consumption can be 25 to 30% less older vessels of the same size, the ship owners declared.
The vessel flyes Malta flag, is classed by Rina and will be employed on a worldwide basis under a long-term chartering agreement.
Ro-Pax Levante take over
23rd Sep 2015
The sixth step in the take-over of a prominent Italian owner’s bulk carrier and ro-ro fleet has been completed on 23 September 2015, when M/V Levante entered under SeaQuest management.
M/V Levante is a 14,000 dwt ro-ro / passenger ship, twin screw, built at Fincantieri Palermo yard in 1994, with Loa 150 m, B 23 m and D 7.6 m; she can accommodate up to 59 passengers in addition to about 1,900 lm carrying capacity for vehicles.
The vessel, flying Italian flag and classed by RINA, is employed in cross-Med service.