Management

It is vital to have both an excellent management company and professional, highly competent crews to look after the vessels, the owners and their guests and to deal efficiently with the time-consuming operational and administrative aspects of running the vessels. These include, but are not limited to:

  • The safety of the vessel and all souls on board
  • The welfare and well-being of the passengers and the crew
  • Preventive maintenance and repairs of the vessels
  • Comprehensive insurance of both the vessel, the passengers and the crew
  • Flag state issues and fees
  • All class certification issues and fees
  • All issues relating to the hiring and long-term employment of the crew
  • Consumables and services for discerning owners and their guests
  • All local and global red tape issues, ensuring efficient operation of the vessels without any unnecessary delays
  • All other preparations, incl. thorough cleaning of the vessels between allocations
  • Full compliance with all local rules and regulations
  • Full cooperation with local authorities
  • Fair allocation of revolving choice priorities among the owners
  • Administration of exchanges of allocation periods among owners
  • Marketing of charters
  • Administration of charters
  • General administration and accounts of Green Explorers Society

The yearly running costs for all items above are estimated to USD400K per vessel.
The major part of these yearly running cost will be covered by Pooled Charter Income, estimated to raise a total of USD320K annually. This leaves an estimated USD80K per vessel, which will be covered jointly by the owners according to the size of their share holding (est. USD1K – 8K annually per block).

Your Green Explorer vessel will receive on-going consistent, meticulous maintenance and upkeep from your professional crew and independent 3rd party inspections under RINA Charter Class rule in order to ensure many years of trouble-free, safe performance – and to preserve its value.

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