C-bed still believes in hotel ships despite difficult market

Operating hotel ships is not a highly lucrative business for C-bed, Head of Shipping, Michael Rix, tells ShippingWatch. Howeverm the carrier's long term faith in the concept remains intact.

Operating hotel ships has still not become a highly lucrative business for the carrier C-bed, Michael Rix, Head of Shipping in the Monjasa Group, tells ShippingWatch.

"A lot of people mistakingly believe that there's a lot of money to be made here. If that was really the case, I think there'd be more companies going after it. That being said, the competition has become significantly tougher," says Michael Rix, Head of Shipping at Monjasa, to ShippingWatch. He adds taht the carrier maintains its expectations to the future market for hotel ships.

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