Tufton Oceanic

London Stock Exchange-listed shipping fund Tufton Oceanic Assets Limited’s (TOAL) mother company Tufton Investment Management (TIM) decided to install a sliding rotor sail system on a kamsarmax bulk carrier MV TR Lady to cut emissions. Tufton Investment Management (TIM) signed a contract with Anemoi Marine Technologies to install a sliding rotor sail system on the deck of 2017 built kamsarmax bulk carrier 82K DWT MV TR Lady. Anemoi Marine Technologies will install rotor sails on a rail deployment system which can be moved to avoid disruption to unloading and loading in ports. Anemoi Marine Technologies’ rotor sails will produce important fuel and emission savings to MV TR Lady. Tufton Investment Management (TIM) is aiming for a 50% cut in emissions. Tufton Investment Management (TIM) is committed to reaching the IMO’s (International Maritime Organization) goal of at least a 50% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions by 2050. 27-May-2021

 

London Stock Exchange-listed shipping fund Tufton Oceanic Assets acquired a handysize bulk carrier for around $13 million and a chemical tanker for around $10 million. Tufton Oceanic Assets has been looking at acquiring a tanker. Tufton Oceanic Assets’ newly acquired bulk carrier has a two-year charter producing an annual yield of about 20%. Tufton Oceanic Assets is the subsidiary of Tufton Investment Management (TIM). Currently, Tufton Oceanic Assets controls a mixed fleet of 21 vessels. 24-May-2021

 

London Stock Exchange-listed shipping fund Tufton Oceanic Assets acquired a handysize bulk carrier for around $14 million. Tufton Oceanic Assets’ newly acquired handysize bulk carrier deal includes a long-term fixed-rate time charter. Tufton Oceanic Assets parent company Investment Management announced that the company has been looking for opportunities in all shipping sectors. Tufton Oceanic Assets has used up all the $250 million that the company had raised since its 2017 initial public offering (IPO). Currently, Tufton Oceanic Assets owns a mixed fleet of 22 vessels. 14-April-2021

 

London Stock Exchange-listed shipping fund Tufton Oceanic Assets’ NAV (Net Asset Value) increased in Q3 2020 due to flourishing container businesses. Shipping fund Tufton Oceanic Assets is backed by Tufton Investment Management. Tufton Oceanic Assets reported a calculated unaudited NAV (Net Asset Value) of $0.95 per share in Q3 2020. In June 2020, Tufton Oceanic Assets reported NAV (Net Asset Value) of $0.93 per share. Total NAV (Net Asset Value) improved due to the containership business. Tufton Oceanic Assets reported an operating profit of $0.023 per share in Q3 2020. Furthermore, Tufton Oceanic Assets extended charter out of a containership till the end of 2021. At the beginning of October 2020, Tufton Oceanic Assets acquired two (2) product tankers for around $23 million. Newly acquired two (2) product tankers chartered out to a gigantic trader. Currently, Tufton Oceanic Assets has a fleet of 18 vessels. 5-October-2020

 

London Stock Exchange-listed shipping fund Tufton Oceanic Assets reported an operating profit of $0.029 per share in Q1 2020. Tufton Oceanic Assets operating profit in Q1 2020 was offset by a net fair value loss of $0.035 per share in Q1 2020. Tufton Oceanic Assets Fair value losses related to containerships and bulkers were partly offset by gains for tankers. The estimated net asset value (NAV) of Tufton Oceanic Assets was $0.969 per share in 2020, compared to $0.992 per share at the end of 2019. On 21 February 2020, Tufton Oceanic Assets paid dividends. Including the dividend of $0.0175 per share paid, Tufton Oceanic Assets net asset value (NAV) total return was a -0.6% for Q1 2020. Tufton Oceanic Assets grateful that its project of portfolio diversification and strong time charter coverage continues to insulate Tufton Oceanic Assets from the present shipping market volatility triggered basically by the coronavirus recession. In March 2020, Tufton Oceanic Assets acquired a handy bulk carrier for $7 million with an eight (8) month time charter attached. The latest bulk carrier acquisition increased Tufton Oceanic Assets’ fleet to 16 vessels. In March 2020, Tufton Oceanic Assets also acquired a tanker and sold three (3) bulk carriers. Tufton Oceanic Assets’ fleet average charter length is about three (3) years and Tufton Oceanic Assets expects minimal or no void time between charters. Tufton Oceanic Assets is looking for new opportunities to invest and the company expects that coronavirus recession will bring distressed opportunities in the near future. 10-April-2020

 

London Stock Exchange-listed shipping fund Tufton Oceanic Assets announced that the company has been protected from the effects of the post-coronavirus recession by period coverage and diverse fleet. Tufton Oceanic Assets’ portfolio diversification policy and solid charter coverage have protected the company from the recent shipping market volatility. In February 2020, Tufton Oceanic Assets reported NAV (Net Asset Value) of $0.976 per share. Tufton Oceanic Assets reported the average charter length of the company’s shipping portfolio is three (3) years which minimizes spot market exposure. Tufton Oceanic Assets’ fleet has no void period between charters. Tufton Oceanic Assets observe the evolving shipping market circumstances. Tufton Oceanic Assets is assured that its policy will result in low volatility of cash flow and NAV (Net Asset Value). London Stock Exchange-listed shipping fund Tufton Oceanic Assets has $20 million of cash ready for future investment. In February 2020, Tufton Oceanic Assets sold vessels for the first time. 7-March-2020

 

London Stock Exchange-listed shipping fund Tufton Oceanic Assets targets $75 million from the latest capital raise. The latest capital raise arrives after the acquisition of 12 vessels. Tufton Oceanic Assets is endeavoring to take its fundraising to around $250 million with a third capital raise. In late 2017, Tufton Oceanic Assets raised $91 million from its IPO (Initial Public Offering). Tufton Oceanic Assets was listed on the specialized fund section of the London Stock Exchange. Tufton Oceanic Assets acquired a fleet of twelve (12) ships with the first two tranches of capital. Tufton Oceanic Assets has been bullish about further shipping investment opportunities. 19-February-2019

 

UK based shipowner and asset player Tufton Oceanic Assets acquired a handysize dry bulk carrier for $12.9 million. Handysize dry bulk carrier is financed with wash from Initial Public Offering (IPO). Handysize dry bulk carriers will be chartered out to a reputable ship operator. UK based shipowner and asset player Tufton Oceanic Assets has not revealed the name of the handysize bulk carrier. The mentioned ship has already been chartered out for 2.5 years. Since December 2017, UK based shipowner and asset player Tufton Oceanic Assets has acquired 7 ships with the $91 million. Tufton Oceanic Assets will be offering shares to raise money for more growth. Tufton Oceanic Assets is not considering to invest in capesize dry bulk carriers, Very Large Gas Carriers (VLGC), and big tanker sectors. 19-December-2018

 

Private Equity company Tufton Oceanic sold 1997 built handy bulk carrier 23K DWT MV UBC Boston for further trading to a Greek buyer for $2.35 million. 12-August-2016