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Navios announced long term charters on five containerships

Navios Maritime Partners, an international owner and operator of dry cargo vessels, announced today that it has secured new long-term time charters for five containerships. The containerships have been chartered-out for 35 – 36 months at an average rate of approximately $41,723 net per day.

The charters have the following structure: The first year is chartered-out at $54,313 net per day, the second year at $45,425 net per day and the remaining 11 months
of the minimum period at $23,972 net per day.

The charters will commence upon expiration of the current employment of the vessels. The vessels are expected to generate approximately $220.0 million aggregate net revenue for the minimum charter period and $181.3 million aggregate EBITDA, assuming expenses approximating current operating costs and 360 revenue days per year.
NMM’s fleet (on a delivered basis) consists of 89 vessels, of which 51 are dry bulk vessels and 38 are containerships. The fleet has total capacity of 8.2 million dwt

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