SEA WIND operated the Muuga-Vuosaari cargo route, which will now be operated by REGAL STAR, which until now have operated on the Paldiski-Kapellskär cargo route alongside the SAILOR.
"We are of course sad to see our grand old lady SEA WIND, who is 50 years old this year, leave our fleet, but we are pleased that she has a new life ahead of her and that she will continue sailing on other seas with the new owners. I would like to thank the crew for taking such good care of her over the many years, ensuring she has many years of sailing still ahead of her,“ Paavo Nõgene, CEO of Tallink Grupp said.
"We will now rearrange our cargo vessel operations to ensure we continue to offer the same level of capacity or as close to the same level of capacity as possible both on the routes between Estonia and Finland, and Estonia and Sweden,“ Nõgene added.
Parties have agreed on the confidentiality of the terms of the agreement. The profit and cash flow from the sale of the vessel is not significant to the consolidated results of AS Tallink Grupp.
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