NEWS
Our Youngest Lady
16/04/2018
The October 2017 built: Atlantis Alicante spotted in Rotterdam.

Alicante is our fleet’s youngest vessel. She was delivered by Armona from Selah Shipyard in Tuzla, and it pleases owners to see that the workmanship and equipment are still in excellent condition. We would like to thank the outstanding newbuilding supervision team, Selah, and our seafarers for their performance.

Alicante is already off to perform her 19th Voyage.
Our Youngest Lady
16/04/2018
The October 2017 built: Atlantis Alicante spotted in Rotterdam.
 
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Spring Vibes
17/03/2018
Shoutout to our friend at Lisbon Tanker Brokers, Francisco de Jesus Fernandes for capturing the departure of Atlantis Aldabra from the Port of Aveiro.

Francisco is a shipping professional since 38 years, taking an active role in all tankers market sectors; such as crude, cpp, dpp, chemicals, gas/lpg, edibles, asphalt, s+p, t/c, coa, consultancy, and lecturing.

One is his greatest passions is hobby photography. We believe he has an eye for capturing the perfect moment! What do you think?
Spring Vibes
17/03/2018
Shoutout to our friend at Lisbon Tanker Brokers, Francisco de Jesus Fernandes for capturing the departure of Atlantis Aldabra from the ...
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Shell Maritime PnS 2018
15/02/2018
Armona Denizcilik's Deputy CEO participated in Shell's Maritime Partners in Safety Conference 2018 at the Hilton in Rotterdam. The conference spanned 2 days of intense workshops, informative speeches and interactive role-plays; all of which stressed the importance of safety leadership by the top-level management.

The conference addressed Shell's fear of having plateaued in our vision towards a Zero Incident Industry. Therefore they appealed to us during the conference to strive for a mission of safety leadership that we as leaders are responsible for spreading. Our actions matter more than we realize: "Safety starts with you, or it does not" (Graehame Henderson, VP Shipping & Maritime Shell). As leaders, we are expected to change behaviors and habits of our community (whether it be personal or professional).

This can be achieved by targeting the 3 R's:
  1. Repetition
  2. Retention
  3. Recurrence
Armona's leaders pledge to become safety leaders and coaches for their community and have identified that genuine care for people is of utmost importance to them.

Lastly, the Armona family aims to empower all its people to act in a manner where safety takes precedent in their life choices.

Pictured at Table 5 during the 'Care for People' Workshop from Left to Right: Marlon Weinstabl (Armona Denizcilik), Anke Bestmann (Imperial Transport Solutions), Jan Antonsson (Shell), Jan Klonki (Imperial Logistics International), Paul Maclons (Amsol), Ertug Karagoz (Genel Denizcilik)
Shell Maritime PnS 2018
15/02/2018
Armona Denizcilik's Deputy CEO participated in Shell's Maritime Partners in Safety Conference 2018 at the Hilton in Rotterdam.
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Fixed & Loaded: Araceli back in the Game
11/01/2018
Fresh out of the shipyard already loaded and steaming through the Bosphorus flawlessly.

May the wind always be at her back and the sun upon her face.
Fixed & Loaded: Araceli...
11/01/2018
Fresh out of the shipyard already loaded and steaming through the Bosphorus flawlessly.
May the wind always be at her back and t...
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New Year's Party
28/12/2017
The Armona Denizcilik & Atlantis Tankers family celebrated the upcoming New Year of 2018.

It was the first celebration in our new office premises as all on-shore and some off-shore personnel gathered to blow off some steam in a very eventful 2017.

Drinks were served at the bar on the 6th-floor terrace and Kofte (Turkish meatballs) were prepared by the Ali Baba cooks with extraordinary views over the Bosphorus.

The festivities started at 15:00 and lasted till 21:30. A mixture of international charts and nostalgic Turkish music set the scene for some excellent dancing.

We want to thank all of our hardworking and loyal staff for their achievements and willpower they have shown in 2017.

Our aim is to foster a family culture that is built on trust, respect, and ethics. This is our inalienable foundation in achieving excellence. Our journey will continue in the years to come, as we master hardships and push to achieve better results.

On behalf of the Atlantis/Armona family, we wish you a healthy, safe and prosperous 2018! 
New Year's Party
28/12/2017
The Armona Denizcilik & Atlantis Tankers family celebrated the upcoming New Year of 2018.
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Jingle Bells
22/12/2017
Fixtures continue through the festive days as new faces join the Commercial Team.
 
Captain Hasan Yazıcı is the first new member to join the commercial department of Atlantis Tankers. He has assumed the role of Deputy Chartering Manager.
 
Pictured is the moment of his first fixture after his second day on the job.
 
We welcome him to the team and look forward to the team’s fixtures in 2018.
 
Jingle Bells
22/12/2017
Fixtures continue through the festive days as new faces join the Commercial Team.
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Adding Familiarity
16/12/2017
The Atlantis Araceli was acquired from the Greek-owned Restis Group in January this year. It is needless to say that sailing the colors of another owner leaves a feeling that the new member has not yet fully joined our family. However, that is now overcome as she was passionately overhauled and is well prepared to stand the harsh short sea trade in the Med and NWE to meet the steadily growing quality demands of our customers.
 
Araceli was originally built for Mowinckel Rederi in Bergen, Norway by the Turkish shipbuilder group ARES at the yard Celik Tekne Atlantis Araceli. Her sister vessel Atlantis Arki will follow next, and we can say for sure that these ships are anything else than a substandard product.
Adding Familiarity
16/12/2017
The Atlantis Araceli was acquired from the Greek-owned Restis Group in January this year. It is needless to say that sailing the colors...
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