Samos Steamship

Greek shipowner and ship-manager Samos Steamship Co. sold 2004 built VLOC (Very Large Ore Carrier) bulk carrier 229K DWT MV Vathy (ex MV G Pegasus). In 2016, Samos Steamship Co. acquired MV Vathy (ex MV G Pegasus) for around $13 million. Greek shipowner and ship-manager Samos Steamship Co. is led by Kostis Antonopoulos. Samos Steamship Co. has been investing both in tanker and bulker sectors. Currently, Samos Steamship Co. has a fleet of 10 bulkers and 10 tankers. In 2019, Samos Steamship Co. ordered two (2) suezmax tankers at a Japanese shipyard for around $63 million each. Two (2) suezmax tankers will be delivered in 2021. Samos Steamship Co. has also ordered two (2) aframax tankers at a Japanese shipyard for around $48 million each. Two (2) aframax tankers will be delivered in 2021. All Samos Steamship’s ships are built at Japanese shipyards. Athens based shipowner and operator Samos Steamship is controlled by Inglessis family. 23-September-2020

 

Athens based shipowner and operator Samos Steamship Co. acquired 2009 built open-hatch bulk carrier 54K DWT MV Kashi Arrow from Santoku Shipping for around $11 million. MV Kashi Arrow was owned by Santoku Shipping and operated by Norwegian Gearbulk. Previously, Samos Steamship Co. acquired the sistership of MV Kashi Arrow, 2008 built open-hatch bulk carrier 52K DWT MV Red Jacket (ex MV Shirakami) for around $12 million. In June 2019, Samos Steamship Co. acquired 2011 built capesize bulk carrier 182K DWT MV Global Mercator from Nissen Kaiun for around $26 million. In January 2019, Samos Steamship Co. took delivery of the 2019 built kamsarmax bulk carrier 82K DWT MV Ormos from Sano­yas Shipbuilding, Japan. Currently, Athens based shipowner and operator Samos Steamship Co. has a fleet of 13 bulkers and 15 tankers. 19-September-2019