DFDS acquires two ferries from Eurotunnel

DFDS will take over two ferries from competitor Eurotunnel, which a few weeks ago announced that the ferries would be put up for sale as a consequence of the protracted legal dispute on the English Channel. The ships will be leased without a crew.

DFDS announces in a statement to the stock exchange that the carrier will take over two ferries from the competitor Eurotunnel.

The two companies have agreed on a deal in which DFDS enters bareboat charter agreements for the two ships Rodin and Berlioz, which means that DFDS will lease the vessels without a crew.

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