Our Group provides a full suite of sale and purchase, chartering and operation services across all maritime segments that we are active in. Our extensive experience and industry expertise, developed through multiple partnerships and joint ventures, has allowed us to secure competitive trading and asset deployment for the fleet under Borealis Maritime’s management or on behalf of third parties, as well as to develop leading commercial shipping platforms in certain segments.
We recognise that technical expertise is a key ingredient to ensure the highest health and safety standards, consistent operational efficiency, and the optimal standard of asset integrity for the vessels under our management.
The Group employs in-house technical and operations teams in London, Hamburg, Istanbul, Rotterdam, and Kristiansand, to oversee the technical management of our fleet (either directly or via carefully selected third-party managers), undertake pre-purchase inspections, provide budgetary control, supervise dry dockings, coordinate the procurement of insurance and other key supplier contracts, and handle any repair requirements. Through our intensive monitoring programme, sophisticated benchmarking, and regular vessel visits, we ensure that the provision of such technical services is carried out at the most competitive and highest professional standards.
Total number of vessels managed commercially as of June 30, 2023 by BML and its JV partners/afiiliates. (no. of vessels).
Total number of vessels managed technically as of June 30, 2023 by BML and its JV partners/affiliates. (no. of vessels).
Hanseatic Unity Chartering (“HUC”) is the joint chartering and marketing platform for Asiatic/Atlantic Lloyd, Borealis Maritime, Leonhardt & Blumberg and Reederei NORD GMBH for container and dry bulk tonnage. Established in 2013 as O&S Chartering, the company was re-branded to Hanseatic Unity Chartering (HUC) in 2015 when Borealis Maritime joined the founding partners with offices in Hamburg and Singapore.Hanseatic Unity Website
Established in 2018, Borealis Tankers (“BOTAN”) is based in Turkey and is focusing on commercial management of small-to medium-sized chemical tankers. In the European short-sea chemical trade, the company is currently ranked as the second largest coated chemical tanker operator, for vessels sizes ranging between 5,000 to 16,000 DWT. BOTAN commercially manages vessels on behalf of both Borealis Maritime and third-party owners.Borealis Tankers Website
Established in 2021, Aurora Offshore is based in Norway, focusing on the commercial and technical management of offshore support vessels, within the PSV and AHTS segments on behalf of both Borealis Maritime and third-party owners.
Aurora Offshore Website
Established in 2019, Aurora Marine Fuels is headquartered in the UK, and offers worldwide bunkers’ and lubricants’ procurement services to both Borealis Maritime and third-party owners.
Aurora Marine Fules Website
Established in 2016, Borealis Denizcilik is based in Turkey, focusing on the technical management of chemical and product tankers, on behalf of both Borealis Maritime and third-party owners.
.Borealis Denizcilik Website
Established in 2018, Boden Denizcilik is based in Turkey, focusing on the technical management of containerships and drybulk carriers, on behalf of both Borealis Maritime and third-party owners.
Boden Denizcilik Website