Marine investment firm expands portfolio with new purchases

Navigare Capital Partners, a maritime sector-focused investment firm, funded with Danish institutional capital and counting Maersk heir Robert Mærsk Uggla as an owner, buys two new assets for its portfolio.

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Danish investment company Navigare Capital Partners continues to expand its fleet.

Across its two funds, Navigare now owns 23 vessels. Most recently, the company bought two larger tanker ships shortly before Christmas, the company's CEO, Henrik Ramskov, now confirms in a comment to AMWatch's sister media, ShippingWatch.

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