New, mystery bidder for ferries
“From what I've heard, this is a profitable ferry line, so it has intrinsic value”
The parent company of SeaStreak America Inc. has broken off negotiations with Trinidad and Tobago for the sale of four ferries and turned its attention to a bid from an unnamed U.S. company, a spokesman said ... via Asbury Park Press Online
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#1 Jan 25, 2008
What really happened? Seastreak claims it was Trinidad that failed to come up with the cash. Trinidad simply wasn't serious about this, I suppose.
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