Crested Eagle bulk carrier is supramax class built in 2009. She has 55,989 deadweight (DWT), 190m length, 32.26m beam. The model of Crested Eagle is approx 24″ in length or 1/300 scale. Our master craftsmen handcraft these nicely detailed models from scratch using her photographs, drawings, and original plan. The model is built to scale with top quality wood such as teak, mahogany with hollow superstructure and hull. She is 100% handcrafted individually using plank-on-frame construction method and are similar to the building of the actual ship. Each model requires hundreds of hours to finish and must go through a demanding quality control process before leaving the workshop. This Crested Eagle bulk carrier is mounted on solid wood base and ready to display
Crested Eagle belongs to Eagle Bulk Shipping Inc. (“Eagle”), a US-based drybulk owner-operator focused on the Supramax/Ultramax mid-size asset class, which ranges from 50,000 and 65,000 deadweight tons in size; these vessels are equipped with onboard cranes allowing for the self-loading and unloading of cargoes, a feature which distinguishes them from the larger classes of drybulk vessels and provides for greatly enhanced flexibility and versatility- both with respect to cargo diversity and port accessibility. The Company transports a broad range of major and minor bulk cargoes around the world, including coal, grain, ore, pet coke, cement, and fertilizer.
Eagle operates out of three offices, Stamford (headquarters), Singapore, and Hamburg, and performs all aspects of vessel management in-house including commercial, operational, technical, and strategic.The commercial team delivers reliable and cost effective freight solutions to customers/partners while seeking to optimize revenue through the execution of a well-diversified and risk-adjusted hands-on approach to chartering. With offices in the U.S., Asia, and Europe, the chartering and operation teams work with customers and engage the freight markets 24/7/365 while actively monitoring and operating the Company’s fleet. For more information you can read here www.eagleships.com