Easing many of the concerns raised in an SEC filing that we reported on earlier, Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd. (NYSE: NCLH) today reports that it has successfully secured over $2 billion
A priority will be to find a buyer for its flagship Ceona Amazon, delivered by shipbuilder Lloyd Werft, Bremerhaven, in 2014 and hailed as a game-changing deepwater subsea-tie-back and field development asset.
A signal that all was not well at Ceona came on September 4 when Norway’s GC Rieber Shipping said it had terminated a five year charter entered into in March 2014 with Ceona Chartering (UK) Ltd for the subsea vessel Polar Onyx, “by reason of Ceona’s default.”
GC Rieber said Ceona had provided security, in the form of cash deposit in a Norwegian bank, equivalent to nine month’s hire, and that it would seek to recover outstanding and future claims and losses through the cash deposit. In addition, said GC Rieber, it would seek to recover excess amounts through Ceona.
Ceona Ship Holdings Limited, Ceona Ship 1 Limited, Ceona Equipment Limited, Ceona Services (UK) Limited, Ceona Chartering (UK) Limited, Ceona Contracting (UK) Limited and Ceona Investments Limited are being administered by insolvency pactitioners Alan Robert Broom, Alan Michael Hudson and Colin Peter Dempster,
Ceona Crewing Ltd and Ceona Holdings Ltd are being administered by Stuart Arthur Gardner and Mr. Hudson
JULY 9, 2013 — Ceona has finalized an agreement with Germany’s Lloyd Werft for the construction of a large multi-function, dynamically positioned construction vessel, the Ceona Amazon. At the contract signing ceremony