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Two Easymax vessels to be named for Royal Wagenborg

During the seventh edition of Delfsail, HM Queen Máxima will christen two Easymax vessels of Royal Wagenborg. The christening and name giving ceremony of both general cargo ships will take place in Wagenborg’s home port Delfzijl.

In the presence of 2,000 guests, Queen Máxima will be the guest of honour at Wagenborg’s relation event during DelfSail 2024 – The Legacy of the Seven Seas. This is a special milestone for the family company. Wagenborg is therefore particularly proud to welcome the Queen on 14 Friday June.

Egbert Vuursteen, CEO Royal Wagenborg: “In 1995, we had the christening of Kroonborg by then Crown Prince Willem Alexander. In 2009, then Queen Beatrix christened Beatrix and now Her Majesty the Queen is our guest of honour during Delfsail. I am delighted that she wants to christen no fewer than two vessels.”

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