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According to Tradewinds, Ridgebury paid $51 million for the vessel, which upon delivery in October, will be named the Lessley B.
Ridgebury Tankers’ CEO and President Mr. Robert Burke commented on the Heidmar website noting that he has chosen to enter the Lessley B into Heidmar’s Blue Fin Tankers Fleet, bringing the total number of ships in that pool to 19.
“Heidmar was an early and consistent supporter of Ridgebury so we are particularly pleased to have our first vessel, the “Ridgebury Lessley B”, become the latest member of Blue Fin. Based upon the trading results of Blue Fin as well as the transparency and management style of the Heidmar pools, we believe that Blue Fin is the best fit for Ridgebury,” commented Burke.
Speaking about the new arrivals Heidmar’s Blue Fin Tankers Pool MD Mr. Peter Bell, said; “We are very pleased to welcome Ridgebury Tankers to the Blue Fin family and we are gratified that they have placed their confidence in the Heidmar Blue Fin team. We look forward to a long and successful relationship between the companies.”
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