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Gearbulk's Toucan Arrow Crew Rescues Lone Sailor

15 May 2012 A sailor making his way alone in a nine metre boat from Bundaberg, Australia to Scotland was rescued today by crew onboard Gearbulk's Toucan Arrow.  At 0600 Junior 3rd Officer Rubrico John Ryan spotted a hand flare. It was the first of four fired in succession followed by a smoke signal about two nautical miles north of Toucan Arrow's p...

Steel Cutting for First of Two Gearbulk Liquid Pitch Newbuildings

8 May 2012 Steel cutting for the first of two liquid pitch tankers being built for Gearbulk took place today at Hyundai Heavy Industries' Mipo Shipyard in Korea. Delivery of Hull Number 2324 is expected in February 2013, while its sister ship is scheduled for completion in the third quarter 2013. The two ships will help Gearbulk further develop its...

Future Gearbulk Vessel Crewing

22 February 2012 Gearbulk, the owner and operator of the world's largest fleet of open hatch gantry and fixed crane vessels, has for some years increased the recruitment of seafarers in Asia and reduced its pool of Europeans. Gearbulk wishes to announce that it will accelerate this recruitment and that a crew transition plan is being implemented to...

Gearbulk Takes Delivery of the Final Fleximax II's

9 February 2012 Gearbulk is celebrating the arrival of twins. At a joint ceremony held at Oshima Shipbuilding Co, Ltd today, sister ships Pipit Arrow and Condor Arrow were named. Delivery of these two open hatch jib crane vessels complete a series of eight Fleximax II's built at Oshima. Sara Geld, wife of Kenneth Geld of Louis Dreyfus Commodities, ...


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