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SMHI / SEACOR Marine: Good Company, But Not Good Enough

SEACOR Marine: Good Company, But Not Good Enough
The OSV market is expected to face a deficit due to low order book levels and declining shipyard capacity, but growing demand from deep-water protects. SEACOR Marine is one of the major players in the industry. The company owns a fleet of 59 vessels at an average age of 9.1, operating globally. In September, the company signed a new $122 million secured credit facility. It consolidated five separate facilities, with maturities in 2023-2026. The consolidated maturity is moved to 2028. Read More
Posted: Nov 4 2023, 00:05
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SEACOR Marine: Good Company, But Not Good Enough

By Seeking Alpha
November 4, 2023

SEACOR Marine: Good Company, But Not Good Enough

The OSV market is expected to face a deficit due to low order book levels and declining shipyard capacity, but growing demand from deep-water protects more_horizontal

Seacor Marine Holdings Addresses Near-Term Debt Maturities - Buy

By Seeking Alpha
October 3, 2023

Seacor Marine Holdings Addresses Near-Term Debt Maturities - Buy

Shares of leading offshore transportation services provider SEACOR Marine Holdings reached a new 52-week high last week. Three weeks ago, the company more_horizontal

Seacor Marine Holdings: Business Has Reached An Inflection Point - Buy

By Seeking Alpha
June 1, 2023

Seacor Marine Holdings: Business Has Reached An Inflection Point - Buy

The leading offshore support services provider reported decent first quarter results with revenues, average day rates, direct vessel profit, and EBITD more_horizontal


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