GNV and Grimaldi Holding Signed a Bareboat Charter for RoPax Vessels FORZA and TENACIA

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  • GNV and Grimaldi Holding signed a 3-year bareboat charter for FORZA and TENACIA.
  • Option 1+1 years
  • Both ferries have been operating 10 months for GNV, in sub-charter from Trasmediterranea.
  • Ferry Shipping News understands that, practically, it will be an extension of the current charters, even if this new agreement involves directly Grimaldi Holding and MSC-controlled GNV.
  • Daily rates for each bareboat charter should be around EUR 15,000 and there are no purchase options.
  • TENACIA and FORZA both have capacity of 2,000 lane meters and 1,000 passengers and are currently deployed on the routes linking Italy mainland to Sicily and Sardinia.

GNV Charters-In Two Ro-Pax Ships from Trasmediterranea and Redelivers Two Ro-Ro Units

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MSC-controlled ferry company Grandi Navi Veloci revealed to have chartered-in two ropax ships owned by Grimaldi Holding, but in long time charter to the Spanish company Trasmediterranea. The GNV sub-charter is for one year.

The units in question are TENACIA and FORZA, both with a capacity of 2,000 lane meters and 1,000 passengers.

These two ships will be deployed on Genoa – Palermo.

During the last three months the ro-ro ships PAULINE RUSS and ELISABETH RUSS operated the route in a freight-only mode. This charter has just expired.