Globus Maritime (GLBS) Secures New Charter for its M/V River Globe Vessel
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Globus Maritime Limited (NASDAQ: GLBS), a dry bulk shipping company, announced today that it has secured a new charter employment for its vessel M/V River Globe (a 53,627-deadweight ton Supramax dry bulk carrier built in 2007, at the Yangzhou Dayang Shipbuilding Co. Ltd).
The vessel has been chartered to an unrelated party for a gross daily rate of $29,500. The charter commenced on June 21, 2021 and has a minimum duration of three months and a maximum duration of five months (plus 15 days) at the charterer’s option, which is expected to generate gross revenue of approximately $2.74 million assuming the charter continues for the minimum scheduled period and approximately $4.07 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:
“We have secured short term employment as we continue to experience a strong market. We are focused on generating long term value and expect to continue to take advantage of a rising market.”
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