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Cambell Shipping names new ship – photos

The C/S Sarafina has become the newest ship to be added to The Bahamas shipping registry by Campbell Shipping Company Ltd. The vessel was christened by Dame Marguerite Pindling (left). 

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Thursday, November 7, 2013
Thursday, November 7, 2013

The C/S Sarafina has become the newest ship to be added to The Bahamas shipping registry by Campbell Shipping Company Ltd.

The 37,500-ton vessel was christened by Dame Marguerite Pindling, November 6, at the Tsuji Shipping Yard, near Shanghai, China.

Sarafina has become the newest ship to be added to The Bahamas shipping registry

Pictured: Minister of Foreign Affairs and Immigration Fred Mitchell, left, and Ambassador of the People’s Republic of China’s Ambassador Designate to The Bahamas Yuan Guisen, toast the C/S Sarafina at the Tsuji Shipping Yard, just outside Shanghai, China. (BIS Photo/Peter Ramsay)

Sarafina has become the newest ship to be added to The Bahamas shipping registry

Pictured: Dame Marguerite Pindling christens the C/S Sarafina. Standing next to Dame Marguerite is Lowell Mortimer, the chairman of the Campbell Group of Companies and the owner of the vessel. Also pictured is a Chinese interpreter. (BIS Photo/Peter Ramsay)

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