Greek authorities say a Greek-owned cargo ship hijacked by Somali pirates last month has been freed and all 24 crewmen are in good health.

A Merchant Marine Ministry spokeswoman said Wednesday the Titan's operating company provided no details on whether a ransom was paid.

"The crewmembers are all in good health and the ship is now en route to its initial destination in Korea," she told The Associated Press, speaking on customary condition of anonymity.

The St.-Vincent flagged vessel was hijacked March 19 in the Gulf of Aden off the northern coast of Somalia.