Globus Maritime Limited, a dry bulk shipping company, has announced that it has secured a new charter employment for its vessel MV. Sky Globe (a 56 855 DWT Supramax dry bulk carrier built in 2009, at the Kouan Shipbuilding Industry Shipyard).
The vessel has been chartered to an unrelated charterer. The charter commenced on 2 March 2021 and has a minimum duration of four months (minus 15 days) and a maximum duration of six months (plus 15 days) at the charterer’s option, which is expected to generate gross revenue of approximately US$1.67 million assuming the charter continues for the minimum scheduled period and approximately US$3.1 million if the charter continues for the maximum period, in each case assuming no offhire days.
Athanasios (‘Thanos’) Feidakis, President and CEO of Globus commented:
“Our focus for 1H21 remains on taping the upside of the market, and we are delighted that we have successfully achieved that so far. At this time, we are pleased by assuming on the minimum duration of the charter, we managed to secure around 84% of our projected fleet operating expenses for 2021.”
Read the article online at: https://www.drybulkmagazine.com/dry-bulk/08032021/globus-maritime-secures-new-charter-for-vessel/
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