SOURCE: Capital Link, Inc.

March 29, 2007 15:28 ET

Listed Company CEOs and Panelist Presentations at Capital Link Forum "Invest in Shipping" Available at www.capitallink.com

NEW YORK, NY -- (MARKET WIRE) -- March 29, 2007 -- The material presented and discussed at the Capital Link Forum "Invest in Shipping" which took place on Friday, March 23, 2007 is available in pdf format and also as webcasts and can be accessed through the website of Capital Link www.capitallink.com.

You can also access it directly by clicking on the link below or by copying and pasting the link into your computer's browser.

http://www.capitallinkforum.com/ship/2007/archive.html

The Panel Participants and Presenters included the CEOs of:

Arlington Tankers (NYSE: ATB), Arthur Regan
Danaos Corporation (NYSE: DAC), John Coustas
DryShips (NASDAQ: DRYS), George Economou
Excel Maritime Carriers (NYSE: EXM), Christopher Georgakis
Euroseas (NASDAQ: ESEA), Aristides Pittas
MC Shipping (AMEX: MCX), Tony Crawford
Omega Navigation (NASDAQ: ONAV), George Kassiotis
Quintana Maritime (NASDAQ: QMAR), Stamatis Molaris
TBS International (NASDAQ: TBSI), Joseph Royce
Tsakos Energy Navigation (NYSE: TNP), Nikolas Tsakos

There were four sector panels on containers, gas, tankers and dry bulk, which were moderated by Fortis analyst Gregory Lewis. Analysts from Jefferies, Lazard Capital, JPMorgan and Morgan Keegan participated in several panels, along with shipbrokers Clarkson Hellas, Howe Robinson Hamburg Lorentzen & Stemoco and Mallory, Jones, Lynch, Flynn and Associates (MJLF).

Jeremy Penn, the Chief Executive of The Baltic Exchange made a presentation on the Exchange and its role in shipping while Anthony Argyropoulos, Managing Director, Cantor Fitzgerald made an introductory presentation on "Shipping in a New Era" and Andrew Garcia, Analyst, Maxim Group on "Investing Through Blank Check Companies."

Guy Verberne, The Head of Economic Research -- Fortis Merchant Banking was the Keynote Speaker at lunch on the topic of "Shipping and The Global Economy Today."

The Shipping Forum was organized by Capital Link, a New York-based Investor Relations and Financial Communications Firm specializing in shipping, in cooperation with Fortis Bank, which was the main sponsor of the event, as well as with NASDAQ and the New York Stock Exchange.

Oppenheimer & Co., Inc., Bear Wagner Specialists, Maxim Group, Atlantic Bank of New York, and Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP were the Forum's Supporting Sponsors.

Barron's, Bloomberg, Forbes.com, Institutional Investor, Tanker Operator, TradeWinds, Insider and ELNAVI were the Shipping Forum's Media Partners.

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