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Woodchips Carrier "Soul of Luck" was sold to a Turkish Buyer
Woodchips Carrier "Soul of Luck" was sold to a Turkish Buyer

20-year-old Chip Ship "Soul of Luck" at a price of USD 11 Million  was sold to unnamed Turkish buyers.  46,826 DWT ship is 199 meters long ...

Sunday, 27.Feb.2011, 23:24 (GMT)

Woodchips Carrier "Soul of Luck" was sold to a Turkish Buyer

20-year-old woodchips carrier "Soul of Luck" at a price of USD 11 Millionwas sold to unnamed Turkish buyers.  46,826 DWT ship is 199 meters long ...

The ship was built in 1991, the Japanese Kurushima Shipyard.  6 -hatches vessel has MIT10,001 BB machine. The ship, has a maximum speed of 10.9 knots.

 Special Survey and Dry Dock is due- a negative point of the ship for buyers.

Ship (seller), Piraeus-based company records as owners of the SOUL OF LUCK SHIPPING LTD.

Source: Gulsah Cumur/www.DenizHaber.Com

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