Long-term contracts are Navigare's bulwark during the coronavirus crisis

Navigare Capital Partners does not expect to be hit significantly by the coronavirus crisis, as the fleet has been secured on long-term contracts that last throughout 2020. And the investment plan is also more or less intact, says CEO Henrik Ramskov.

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Navigare Capital Partners has not as such put its investments on hold or pause, but the company and CEO Henrik Ramskov are currently looking to see how things unfold.

On the one hand, the company – which invests in ships on behalf of, among others, several pension funds – is fairly optimistic despite the coronavirus crisis. Navigare Capital Partners has with its somewhat conservative investment policy chartered all its ships out on long-term contracts, the three first of which are set to expire in 2021, and this gives the company some calm. Or as Ramskov says, "we're quite pleased with these contracts right now."

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