Navigare buys two dry bulk ships from Scorpio

Navigare Capital Partners, which invests in shipping with money from Danish pension funds, has acquired two dry bulk vessels from shipping company Scorpio Bulkers. The company now has 21 ships distributed across two funds.

Robert Mærsk Uggla is majority owner of Navigare Capital Partners, which buys ships wiuth money invested by Danish pension funds. | Photo: Thomas Emil Sørensen/Jyllands-Posten/Ritzau Scanpix

Investment company Navigare Capital Partners has purchased two dry bulk ships from operator Scorpio Bulkers.

The transaction involves ships SBI Samson and SBI Phoenix, which have now been renamed Navigare Bellus and Navigare Beatus. According to Scorpio Bulkers, the combined price is around USD 34 million.

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