SIEM RoRo, a UK-based company, part of the SIEM Group, has just chartered out the newly built roro LEEVSTEN (4,100 lane meters capacity) to the Tunisian carrier CTN.
The vessel is the seventh sister ship part of a series of units built at the German shipyard Flensburger-Schiffbau-Gesellschaft.
Last summer she was rumoured to be bound for MOBY group. Moby already operates the sixth and the fifth sister units. They are bareboat chartered and operate as MARIA GRAZIA ONORATO and ALF POLLAK.
LEEVSTEN is expected to reach the port of Rhades, in Tunisia, on the 10th of January.
Some brokers sources report to Ferry Shipping News that the time charter terms with CTN are for 6 or 12 months at a daily rate of €15,000.
Flensburger Schiffbau-Gesellschaft launched its latest roro – LIEKUT — for former parent company SIEM Europe, last October.