Fearnsale advises a diverse range of clients who are engaged in fleet planning. We help them acquire and dispose of vessels. Our world-wide service desks ensure unparalleled access to local markets, and this has inspired loyal support from our clients across the globe.
We place great emphasis on advising our clientele about the timing of transactions. Our ambition is to add value thereby to any transaction in which we are involved. We also offer advice about financing and pricing as well as about technical and contractual terms. Fearnsale’s experienced team has been providing ship valuations for decades, covering a wide range of sectors and with clients among the world’s top shipping banks, financial institutions, and ship owners.
Over the years, Fearnleys has established a long-standing relationship with all reputable shipyards worldwide. We are continually involved in all stages of negotiations for various newbuilding projects and carry on a constant dialogue with both shipbuilders and ship owners. This has enabled Fearnleys to maintain strong relationships with all the relevant shipyards. Our presence and good standing with the yards has given us considerable commercial insight that we believe will benefit ship owners’ project negotiations with any shipyard, as yards worldwide recognize and respect our knowledge and expertise in both technical and commercial matters.
Fearnleys has a strong presence in shipyards world-wide. We are continually performing due diligence and monitoring, which enables us to present and recommend the most qualified yards and construction sites for each client’s particular newbuilding project.
As part of our services we share our knowledge and expertise, as well as our lessons learned, to facilitate the newbuilding tender process. This expertise covers all technical, commercial, and contractual matters and allows us to act as an extension of our client’s newbuilding team.
Our experience contributes greatly to limiting our clients’ contracting and project risk, and it ensures smooth project execution.