Felixstowe Hosts The Naming Ceremony Of Triple E



On July 13th, 2015 the naming ceremony was hosted in Felixstowe, UK for the 19th Triple E which is set to sail.  The Marchen Maersk, which was named in ceremony, is one of the largest vessels in the Maersk Line fleet.  It was christened during the ceremony on its bridge.              

Melaine Collins broke the traditional bottle of champagne on the ship’s Bridge as vessel Godmother.  Brain Godsafe, Managing Director of Maersk Line UK & Ireland said, “I’m delighted to host the naming ceremony of a Triple E here in the UK, in the company of our customers and partners.  The Triple Es, with their efficiency, economies of scale and environmental benefits, are an embodiment of our business.  It is fitting that some of our customers, the lifeblood of our business, are able to be a part of such an event at the Port of Felixstowe, which is a key partner in the services we offer.”

The naming ceremony was hosted on the birth anniversary of Mr. Maersk Mc-Kinney Moller, the long time CEO and Chairman of the AP Moller Maersk Group.  The first Triple E is named after him.  Many dignitaries took part in the ceremony including Maersk Line customers and Port of Felixstowe executives.

The Triple E vessels have the credit for being the most advanced type of ships in the present era at sea.  It is widely known for its energy efficiency, economy of scale and environmentally improved, and operates on Maersk Line’s Asia-Europe services.