A new replenishment of Navigation Maritime Bulgare Fleet 26.07.2016 Navigation Maritime Bulgare is now operating 28 modern bulk carriers and their number shall increase to 32 by the end of the year. The latest replenishment is the bulk carrier Sredna gora (SREDNA GORA – IMO 9486570). The ship was built in 2010 in the HUATAI HEAVY INDUSTRY shipbuilding yard - NANTONG, China under the name GLORY MODEST, and from... show more
Passengers on board the ferry vessel "Geroite na Sevastopol" can now access Internet at any time 25.07.2016 A modern complete communication solution including a satellite terminal Inmarsat Sailor Fleet Broadband 500, multi-functional device for on-vessel networking & communications IP Signature 4 and wireless Wi Fi network are already in operation on board. The communication system provides a constant access to the Internet and a high quality satellite... show more
Navigation Maritime Bulgare acquires a new vessel, m/v Slavyanka 27.05.2016 The m/v Slavyanka (ex CABOT AVIVA - ІМО 9496276) transfer of flag ceremony was held on May 11, 2016 in Qingdao, China. The first captain of the ship is Victor Stanev and the first chief engineer - Dimitar Ganchev.The ship was built in June 2012 at the Nantong Mingde Heavy Industry, China. The length of the ship is 179.9 m, breadth – 28.40 m,... show more
The first vessel of a series of six 42 300 tons bulk carriers ordered by Navigation Maritime Bulgare was launched in Qidong 16.03.2016 On 8 March 2016 at the Chinese Shipbuilding Yards Jiangsu Hongqiang Marine Heavy Industry, Qidong a ceremony was held for the launching of a vessel under a hull number HQ 135 ordered by Navigation Maritime Bulgare. The new built vessel to be named Ruen and is the first ship from a series of six modern bulk carriers wherein the Company has invested... show more
Press release of Navigation Maritime Bulgare 29.12.2015 The crew of m/v “Persenk” will be the first to greet the new year 2016, while the crew of m/v “Kamenitza” will be the last to complete the year 2015.The crew of m/v “Persenk”, with her Master Vladimir Dimitrov and Chief Engineer Georgi Zhelev, will be the first seafarers of Navigation Maritime Bulgare who will meet the upcoming 2016,... show more
Two more vessels joined to the Navibulgar Fleet: Koznitza and Kamenitza 28.10.2015 On 21 October 2015 Navigation Maritime Bulgare acquired the bulk carrier Koznitza (ex TESORO; IMO 9575436) two days later followed by Kamenitza - another bulk carrier (ex REGINA; IMO 9575527). The vessels are sisterships (32 600 t of deadweight) built in 2010 in Liaoning Hohgguang Shipbuilding Co.Ltd, China. Each bulk carrier has a length of... show more