DryDel Shipping, led by Costas Delaportas, shared a photo of its newly delivered Namura ship Allegra with more to come in the next months.

The ceremony was graced by its president and chief of the company, Costas Delaportas, alongside esteemed members of the DryDel team.

A DryDel team traveled from Athens to Imari to attend the delivery of the newly build vessel.

“Today marks a significant milestone as we proudly announce the successful naming and delivery of MV Allegra,” the company highlighted in a short statement.

Delivered from Namura Shipyard in Japan, Allegra, with a cargo capacity of 40,005 MTS, is the second new building the company has welcomed into its fleet within just one month.

“We extend our heartfelt gratitude to everyone involved in this project and wish our crew safe seas and calm winds as they embark on this new journey,” added the company.  

DryDel (Delaportas) Namura Allegra delivered with more to come

The Greek shipowner is now expecting the delivery of the next two new buildings from Namura Shipyard in the coming months, which will complete DryDel’s order of four vessels.

Recently, the company received its newly Namura dry bulk ship Warrior at Imari, in Japan. It was a special day for the shipowner who celebrated the delivery of its newly built bulk carrier.

The ship under the Liberia-flag has an overall capacity of 40.050 dwt.