Euronav sells two Suezmax tankers

Belgian carrier Euronav has bagged an agreement to sell what the company deems its oldest Suezmax vessels in the fleet.

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Belgian tanker carrier Euronav adjusts its fleet with a sale of two tankers deemed the company’s oldest Suezmax vessels.

The ships in question are Cap Leon and Cap Pierre, built in 2003 and 2004, respectively. The sales bring in a total capital gain of USD 18.4m for the tanker carrier, writes Euronav in a statement Monday.

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