Premuda entrusted technical management to Sea World Management
After Four Emerald, Corvetta's Monaco-based company was assigned another Handysize bulk carrier and two Panamax bulkers
Premuda – currently headed by former d'Amico International Shipping CEO Mario Fiori – entrusted Monaco-based Sea World Management (established by Riccardo Corvetta) with the technical management of some of its bulk carriers.
The collaboration – as Corvetta himself confirmed to Ship2Shore – started in August, with the entrusting of the Handysize bulker Four Emerald, built in 2013 and flying the Maltese flag,with a 34,000 dwt capacity.
The ship-manager headquartered in Monaco pointed out that Premuda "had already had business relations" with Sea World Management, and that this is only the first unit of the fleet managed by it.
In fact, Corvetta himself revealed that "we will soon be entrusted with the management of another 3 ships belonging to Premuda: another Handysize bulk carrier and two Panamax bulkers".
While the fleet of the Genoese shipping company – fully owned by Pillarstone Italy – includes another 7 bulk carriers with a similar capacity to that of Emerald, whose identity is still unknown, the two Panamax which will soon be entrusted to Sea World Management are Premuda's only two bulk carriers of this size, i.e. Framura and Four Coal, both built in 2014, flying the Cayman flag and with a capacity of 76,800 dwt.
As pointed out above, former DIS – a company with which Corvetta concluded several deals in the past – CEO Marco Fiori recently joined Premuda's top management.