Seaspan orders four new LNG vessels

Seaspan’s large-scale newbuild program includes 67 ships meant to sail on either oil or liquefied natural gas.

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The world’s biggest supplier of container ships, Seaspan, has commissioned four new liquefied natural gas (LNG) container vessels at 7,700 teu each from a ”major shipyard.”

According to a press release by Seaspan’s parent company, Atlas Corp., the ships will be delivered by the third and fourth quarters of 2024.

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