Navigare Capital becomes a shareholder in Norwind Offshore

Thursday, 26 May, 2022 - 14:15
Through the new-build program, Norwind Offshore will have taken delivery of five vessels by 2025 (pict. Norwind Offshore)
Through the new-build program, Norwind Offshore will have taken delivery of five vessels by 2025 (pict. Norwind Offshore)

Navigare Capital Partners is a Danish investment fund which specialises on investments in maritime assets. The purpose of the investment is to contribute to building a leading company within offshore wind, based in Ålesund.

Managing Partner of Navigare Capital – Henrik Ramskov: “The investment into Offshore Wind Support Vessels is an important next step in our strategy and commitment towards net zero emissions. Through our majority investment intothe partnership with Norwind Offshore and the highly skilled team and founders behind it, we believe that this investment will both support our accelerating efforts towards net zero and generate an attractive return for our investors.”

"Having Navigare Capital on board as a shareholder enables us to carry out our growth strategy and is an important milestone in our development of becoming a leading company within offshore wind", says CEO of Norwind Offshore, Svein Leon Aure. For us, this collaboration is a testimony to the experience and expertise which has been built up through the generations within the founding partners, and the foundation on which Norwind Offshore was established.

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Norwind Offshore

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