With a comfortable fleet size Gary Vogel is in no rush to acquire vessels

With the acquisition of former Scorpio Bulkers vessels in early 2021, CEO Gary Vogel is able to reap all the benefits from the booming market. ShippingWatch has interviewed Vogel on how to take advantage and stay calm during a historic upturn.

"An expansion can never be ruled out, but it is unlikely as we have already grown and renewed our fleet," Gary Vogel tells ShippingWatch. | Photo: PR / Eagle Bulk

Gary Vogel, CEO of New York-listed Eagle Bulk, is conscious that he should not get carried away, although the unprecedented and remarkable shift in the dry bulk market sentiment, which took off a year ago, should advocate quite an outburst from the experienced executive.

Take a look, for instance, at how prospects unfolded last year:

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