The transaction was approved, subject to conditions, earlier in the year and involved the financial and commercial arrangements relating to the acquisition by TUIC of the HL Cruises’ business, including its luxury and expedition fleet, consisting of two five-star plus category luxury vessels and three expedition cruise ships.
The promotion of these six lawyers takes the firm’s total number of partners to 173.
Following the completion of the transaction, Hoegh LNG is now fully funded with both equity and debt for its current newbuilding programme, which will be completed with the delivery of Hoegh Galleon in August 2019.
Plans are underway for a marine laboratory to be situated on Ocean Cay that will research climate change-resistant coral in hopes of providing insights to similar island habitats.
The “MSC SEASIDE” is due to enter service in December 2017, and will operate year-round to the Caribbean, from a renovated and expanded dedicated berth and terminal at the Port of Miami, Florida, USA.
International law firm Watson Farley & Williams (“WFW”) advised Höegh LNG Ltd (“Höegh LNG”) on the. . .
We are delighted once again to assist Teekay Offshore on a series of highly strategic investments and refinancings that have so significantly enhanced the position of Teekay Offshore going forward.
International law firm Watson, Farley & Williams (“WFW”) has advised a syndicate of banks including Macquarie. . .