FleetPro Passenger Ship Management
FleetPro Passenger Ship Management was founded in 2012 as a merger of two existing passenger ship management companies and is based in Switzerland. It combined International Shipping Partners (ISP), a passenger ship management services company headquartered in Miami, Florida, United States, and River Advice of Basel, Switzerland. The majority owners became a Netherlands-based private equity fund. In January 2014 the two operations were renamed FleetPro Ocean and FleetPro River respectively.
Former sea-going fleet
- Akademik Ioffe
- Akademik Sergey Vavilov
- Ambassador II
- Batanga Queen/Discovery Sun
- Caribbean Carrier (freight roro)
- Clipper Pearl/Clipper Pacific/Festival/Ocean Pearl
- Dolphin IV
- Enchanted Capri
- Europa Jet/Club Royale
- Island Breeze/The Big Red Boat III
- Island Sky
- Kapitan Khlebnikov
- Manistal/St Tropez
- Maya Express (freight roro)
- Ola Esmeralda
- Palm Beach Princess
- MS Regal Empress
- Regal Voyager
- Royal Star
- Scandinavian Dawn/Discovery Dawn/Island Dawn
- Scandinavian Song/Santiago de Cuba/The Empress
- Scandinavian Star
- Seabreeze I, which sank in suspicious conditions in 2000.
- Seawind Crown
- Sun Fiesta
- The Big Red Boat II
Current sea-going fleet
FleetPro's fleet consists of mid- to small-size passenger vessels:
- Bahamas Celebration
- Clipper Odyssey/Silver Discoverer
- Ocean Atlantic
- Ocean Diamond
- Ocean Endeavour
- Ocean Nova
- Ocean Pearl
- Perla (general cargo ship)
- Scotia Prince/Prince
- Sea Adventurer
- Sea Discoverer
- Sea Explorer
- Sea Spirit
- Sea Voyager. ISP helped bring the vessel out of layup in 2010, to be used in providing accommodations for World Food Programme staff engaged in relief efforts in earthquake-stricken Haiti
- Warrior Spirit
FleetPro also operate over forty inland waterways cruise vessels.
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