BBC Chartering moves tall ship theatre

By: | at 08:00 PM | Maritime  

BBC Chartering

BBC Chartering has announced its sponsorship of the Caravan Stage Company’s Tall Ship Theater. The Caravan Stage Company is a non-profit theatrical company that brings innovative performances to shore audiences from the deck of the ‘Amara Zee’.

On June 15, 2013, BBC Chartering loaded the 30m long ‘Amara Zee’ (125mt) on board the m/v BBC Ohio in Salerno, Italy for transatlantic transport to Houston. It will then travel on its own keel to New Orleans to prepare for its upcoming show, “Hacked…The Treasure of the Empire.” The performance is scheduled for the end of September.

Adriana Kelder, show producer and designer of the Caravan Stage Company, got excited about the successful loading. “When the Amara Zee finally settled on to the deck of the BBC Ohio, a resounding cheer was heard from the crews, a standing ovation to the BBC Chartering Team! This is about as good as it gets for a beautiful theatre ship in performance!”

Svend Andersen, BBC Chartering’s CEO proudly said, “We are excited to see the Amara Zee move with BBC Chartering and we are pleased that we can help bring the Caravan Stage Company’s show to people around the world.”


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