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Olympic Shipping investor presentation 27 May 2014
Olympic Shipping investor presentation 27 May 2014
Olympic Shipping investor presentation 27 May 2014
Olympic Shipping investor presentation 27 May 2014
Olympic Shipping investor presentation 27 May 2014
Olympic Shipping investor presentation 27 May 2014
Olympic Shipping investor presentation 27 May 2014
Olympic Shipping investor presentation 27 May 2014
Olympic Shipping investor presentation 27 May 2014
Olympic Shipping investor presentation 27 May 2014
Olympic Shipping investor presentation 27 May 2014
Olympic Shipping investor presentation 27 May 2014
Olympic Shipping investor presentation 27 May 2014
Olympic Shipping investor presentation 27 May 2014
Olympic Shipping investor presentation 27 May 2014
Olympic Shipping investor presentation 27 May 2014
Olympic Shipping investor presentation 27 May 2014
Olympic Shipping investor presentation 27 May 2014
Olympic Shipping investor presentation 27 May 2014
Olympic Shipping investor presentation 27 May 2014
Olympic Shipping investor presentation 27 May 2014
Olympic Shipping investor presentation 27 May 2014
Olympic Shipping investor presentation 27 May 2014
Olympic Shipping investor presentation 27 May 2014
Olympic Shipping investor presentation 27 May 2014
Olympic Shipping investor presentation 27 May 2014
Olympic Shipping investor presentation 27 May 2014
Olympic Shipping investor presentation 27 May 2014
Olympic Shipping investor presentation 27 May 2014
Olympic Shipping investor presentation 27 May 2014
Olympic Shipping investor presentation 27 May 2014
Olympic Shipping investor presentation 27 May 2014
Olympic Shipping investor presentation 27 May 2014
Olympic Shipping investor presentation 27 May 2014
Olympic Shipping investor presentation 27 May 2014
Olympic Shipping investor presentation 27 May 2014
Olympic Shipping investor presentation 27 May 2014
Olympic Shipping investor presentation 27 May 2014
Olympic Shipping investor presentation 27 May 2014
Olympic Shipping investor presentation 27 May 2014
Olympic Shipping investor presentation 27 May 2014
Olympic Shipping investor presentation 27 May 2014
Olympic Shipping investor presentation 27 May 2014
Olympic Shipping investor presentation 27 May 2014
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  • 1. Forside Olympic Ship AS NOK 500 million Contemplated Bond Issue Draft investor presentation 27 May 2014
  • 2. Disclaimer This presentation has been prepared by Olympic Ship AS(the "Issuer" and together with its direct and indirect subsidiaries referred to as the “Olympic Group") and is furnished solely for information purposes in connection with a proposed issuance of bonds (the "Bonds") by the Issuer (the "Bond Issue"), as further described herein, and may not be reproduced or redistributed, in whole or in part, to any other person. The contents of this presentation have not been reviewed by any regulatory authority. The managers for the transaction are Danske Bank, Norwegian Branch and Sparebank1 Markets AS (the “Managers”). The information contained herein has been prepared by the Issuer to assist interested parties in making their own evaluation of the Issuer and its creditworthiness and does not purport to be all-inclusive or to contain all information that prospective investors may desire or that may be required in order to properly evaluate the business, prospects or value of the Issuer. In preparing this material the Issuer may have obtained and relied upon, without independent verification, information available from publicly available sources and registers. Even if these sources are deemed reliable, the Issuer cannot vouch for the accuracy and completeness of their contents. In any case, this material is incomplete if not regarded and read in conjunction with the oral briefings and/or other documentation provided by the Issuer. It is emphasized that opinions expressed in this material reflect the Issuer’s judgement at this date, all of which are accordingly subject to change. The Issuer holds no obligation to update this presentation. Any transaction involves risk and forward-looking statements concerning future earnings, margins and returns are forecasts subject to risk, uncertainties and other factors, and the Issuer assume no guarantee of any forward-looking statement concerning future earnings, margin, return or others referred to in this material. In general the Issuer accepts no liability whatsoever arising directly or indirectly from the use of this material. This presentation contains certain forward-looking statements relating to the business, financial performance and results of the Issuer and/or the industry in which it operates. Forward-looking statements concern future circumstances and results and other statements that are not historical facts, sometimes identified by the words “believes”, "expects”, “predicts”, “intends”, “projects”, “plans”, “estimates”, “aims”, “foresees”, “anticipates”, “targets”, and similar expressions. The forward-looking statements contained in this presentation, including assumptions, opinions and views of the Issuer or cited from third party sources are solely opinions and forecasts which are subject to risks, uncertainties and other factors that may cause actual events to differ materially from any anticipated development. Neither the Issuer, the Olympic Group, or any such legal person’s officers or employees provide any assurance that the assumptions underlying such forward-looking statements are free from errors, nor do any of them accept any responsibility for the future accuracy of the opinions expressed in this presentation or the actual occurrence of the forecasted developments. No representation or warranty (express or implied) is made as to, and no reliance should be placed on, any information, including projections, estimates, targets and opinions, contained herein, and no liability whatsoever is accepted as to any errors, omissions or misstatements contained herein, and, accordingly, none of the Issuer, its parent, the Olympic Group or any such legal person’s officers or employees accepts any liability whatsoever arising directly or indirectly from the use of this presentation. This presentation is confidential and is being communicated in the United Kingdom to persons who have professional experience in matters relating to investments falling within Article 19(5) of the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (Financial Promotion) Order 2005 (such persons being referred to as “investment professionals"). This presentation is only directed at qualified investors and investment professionals and other persons should not rely on or act upon this presentation or any of its contents. In relation to the United States and U.S. persons, this presentation is strictly confidential and is being furnished solely in reliance upon applicable exemptions from the registration requirements under the U.S. Securities Act of 1933, as amended. The Bonds have not and will not be registered under the U.S. Securities Act or any state securities laws, and may not be offered or sold within the United States, unless an exemption from the registration requirements of the U.S. Securities Act is available. Accordingly, any offer or sale of the Bonds will only be offered or sold (i) within the United States, only to Qualified Institutional Buyers (“QIBs”) in private placement transactions not involving a public offering and (ii) outside the United States in offshore transactions in accordance with regulation S. Any purchaser of Bonds in the United States, will be required to make certain representations and acknowledgements, including, without limitation that the purchaser is a QIB. Prospective purchasers are hereby notified that sellers of the Bonds may be relying on the exemption from the provisions of sections of the U.S. Securities Act provided by rule 144a. None of the Bonds have been or will be qualified for sale under the securities laws of any province or territory of Canada. The Bonds are not being offered and may not be offered or sold, directly or indirectly, in Canada or to or for the account of any resident of Canada in contravention of the securities laws of any province or territory thereof. AN INVESTMENT IN THE BONDS INVOLVES RISK, AND SEVERAL FACTORS COULD CAUSE THE ACTUAL RESULTS, PERFORMANCE OR ACHIEVEMENTS OF THE ISSUER AND THE GROUP TO BE MATERIALLY DIFFERENT FROM ANY FUTURE RESULTS, PERFORMANCE OR ACHIEVEMENTS THAT MAY BE EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED BY STATEMENTS AND INFORMATION IN THIS PRESENTATION. SHOULD ONE OR MORE OF THESE RISKS OR UNCERTAINTIES MATERIALISE, OR SHOULD UNDERLYING ASSUMPTIONS PROVE INCORRECT; ACTUAL RESULTS MAY VARY MATERIALLY FROM THOSE DESCRIBED IN THIS PRESENTATION. Investment in the Bonds may be subject to further risk factors. No investment in the Bonds should be made without a thorough analysis of such risk factors. Subject to the disclaimer above, the information given in this presentation reflects the situation as of 27 May 2014.This presentation is subject to Norwegian law, and any dispute arising in respect of this presentation is subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of Norwegian courts.
  • 3. Contents Investment summary1 Olympic Ship AS2 Financials3 Market outlook4 Risk factors5 Appendix6
  • 4. Investment highlights Investment summary Olympic Ship AS Financials Market outlook Risk factors Appendix • The Olympic Group was established in 1996 and has been an active bond issuer since 2011 • Key part of Offshore cluster in North-western Norway • Global presence and experience in key offshore markets • Offices in Rio and Manila Well established bond issuer with strong heritage • Total fleet value of NOK 8.1 bn. as of March 2014 • Modern and sophisticated fleet with average value adjusted age of ~5 years • World’s 6th largest owner of subsea vessels • Fleet development is driven by new technology, focus on environment and achieving better operational solutions Leading provider of high end offshore vessels • Contract backlog of approx. NOK 4.9 bn. (incl. options) with blue chip counterparts • Net LTV 51% before contemplated bond issue • Value adjusted equity of NOK 4.7 bn. (49%) • Policy of maintaining significant cash buffer ensures financial and operational flexibility Strong financial position and track record • Management team and owner with significant experience and strong track record from both the offshore support vessel industry and the financial markets • The management combines its long term presence in the market with international experience and its network in the Norwegian maritime cluster and client relationship to develop the business in up coming markets Solid management team and owner • Global E&P spending estimated to grow 8% annually towards 2020 fuelled by a large pipeline of offshore development projects • Deepwater production estimated to grow with 11% annually towards 2020 • Strong growth in subsea activity backed by all-time high order backlog, average annual subsea spending growth estimated at 16.5% to 2020 Positive market outlook in core segments - 4 -
  • 5. Summary of bond terms Olympic Ship AS Senior Unsecured Bond Issue Issuer: Olympic Ship AS Loan Amount: NOK 500 million Borrowing limit: NOK 750 million Tenor: 5 years Settlement: Expected to be 18 June 2014 Coupon: 3M NIBOR + [4.75 – 5.00]% p.a., quarterly interest payment Purpose: Partly refinancing of OLSH01 PRO and general corporate purposes Status: Senior unsecured Amortization: Bullet repayment Fin. Covenants: Market Adjusted Equity Ratio > 30% Minimum unrestricted cash of NOK 100 million at Issuer level (unconsolidated) Change of control: Put at 101% if Stig Remøy reduces his ownership to less than 50.1% of the shares in the Issuer Call options: 103.50% after 3 years and 101.75% after 4 years Undertakings: Dividend restrictions (max. 50% of net profit) Inter alia restrictions on mergers/demergers/change of business/financial assistance/guarantees/subsidiary distribution Ownership to Material Subsidiaries Quarterly reporting (IFRS) from 1Q 2014 Documentation: Norwegian Trustee: Nordic Trustee ASA Listing: Application to be made for listing on Oslo Børs Arrangers: Danske Bank, Norwegian Branch and Sparebank1 Markets AS Investment summary Olympic Ship AS Financials Market outlook Risk factors Appendix Investment summary - 5 -
  • 6. Bond Loan Issuer Transaction summary and group overview • Olympic Ship AS is the Issuer of the contemplated Bond Issue • Olympic Ship AS is also the issuer of the following outstanding bonds – Olympic Ship AS 11/15 FRN, OLSH01 PRO, NOK 350 mill. amount outstanding – Olympic Ship AS 12/17 FRN, OLSH02 PRO, NOK 300 mill. amount outstanding • OLSH01 PRO to be repaid with the proceeds from the contemplated Bond Issue • Ship and project management conducted by Olympic Shipping AS, and crewing by Olympic Crewing AS, at market terms • Stig Remøy owns directly or indirectly 82.9% of the Issuer Investment summary Olympic Ship AS Financials Market outlook Risk factors Appendix Olympic Holding AS Stig Remøy (82.9%) Comments Other shareholders in Group companies: 1) Key management and local investors 2) Key management 3) Ship yards 4) External KS investors Olympic Hercules Olympic Pegasus Olympic Poseidon Olympic Hera Olympic Electra Olympic Ship AS 92.01% (1) Olympic Princess Olympic Elena Olympic Orion Olympic Taurus Olympic Challenger Olympic Subsea KS 65% (3) Olympic Promoter Olympic Kombiskip KS 30% (4) Olympic Octopus Olympic Octopus KS 60% (5) Olympic Commander Olympic Commander KS 100% Olympic Zeus Olympic Explorer III KS 75% (3) Olympic Progress Olympic Master KS 51% (4) Olympic Energy Olympic Green Energy KS 32% (3) Olympic Nor AS 100% Olympic Ares Olympic Nor II KS 75% (3) Olympic Shipping AS 30% Olympic Crewing AS 100% - 6 - Olympic Intervention Olympic Boa Olympic Canyon Olympic Triton 70% Issuer Group
  • 7. Summary of risk factors The Olympic Group is exposed to numerous risk factors. Some of the key risks are set out below. Please see section 5 Risk Factors of this presentation for a further presentation of some of the relevant risks factors. • Operating risks: The Group's operations may be suspended because of machinery breakdowns and/or failure of subcontractors to perform or supply goods or services, personnel shortages etc. which may not be insured and the Group’s operating and maintenance costs, including costs for drydocking and costs for refurbishments or required upgrading, will not necessarily fluctuate in proportion to changes in operating revenues. • Employment of vessels: There may be uncertainty as to whether or not the Group will be able to secure new employment of the Vessels without long-lasting off-hire periods upon expiry of the current charters. • Provisions of loan agreements: The Group’s bank loan agreements contain customary covenants and event of default clauses, including cross default provisions, as well as restrictive covenants and performance requirements and dividend restrictions, which may affect operational and financial flexibility. • Interest rate and exchange rate: Interest rate fluctuations could affect the Group's profitability, earnings and cash flow and have been partly hedged. • Market value of vessels: The market value of the Group's vessels may decrease, and the Group may also be unable to sell or otherwise dispose of its assets at prices the Group believes is the correct price for such assets. • Market price of oil and gas: The Group's business is dependent on the price of oil and gas, which for various reasons is likely to vary over time. The Group's operations, profitability and cash flow are dependent on the level of oil and gas capital spending by the oil companies which, in turn, is dependent upon the fluctuating market price of oil and gas. • Competition and volatility: The Group operates in a market which is subject to intense price competition and volatility and an over-supply of vessels may lead to a reduction in day rates which would negatively impact the Group's revenues, profitability and cash flows and thereby the Issuer’s ability to service the Bonds. • Legislation and tax laws: The Group may become subject to future changes to current legislation and tax laws under which the Group operates, which the Group cannot avoid or influence. • Brazil: To operate vessels in the Brazilian market implies a risk as for Brazil in general but adds the risk related to the Petrobras own standards and requirements which differ from traditional contracting. The booming offshore industry in Brazil have resulted in substantial increase in cost and continuous changing legal environment. A successful performance in Brazil depends on the ability to attract and retain skilled professionals with appropriate experience and expertise in this strained market. Investment summary Olympic Ship AS Financials Market outlook Risk factors Appendix - 7 -
  • 8. Contents Investment summary1 Olympic Ship AS2 Financials3 Market outlook4 Risk factors5 Appendix6
  • 9. Company profile • The Olympic Shipping Group was established in 1996 by Captain Stig Remøy and is headquartered in Fosnavåg, Norway with approx. 800 employees • Olympic Ship is majority owned, directly or indirectly by Stig Remøy (82.9%) • The Group owns and operates a diversified fleet of 21 high-end offshore vessels – 4 PSV, – 4 MPSV, – 4 AHTS, – 9 subsea vessels (incl. two newbuild) – 2 offshore construction vessels • Total fleet value of NOK 8.1 bn. and average value adjusted age of ~5 years – Among the youngest fleets in the market • Olympic is the 6th largest owner of subsea vessels in the world • Global presence with operations in key markets • Commitment to health, safety and environment – ISM certified: ISO:9001:2000 and ISO 14001:2004 • Solid financial position at end of Q1 2014: – Value adjusted equity of NOK 4.7 bn. (49%) – NOK 562 mill. in liquidity • May 2014 contract backlog of approx. NOK 4.9 bn. (incl. options) Investment summary Olympic Ship AS Financials Market outlook Risk factors Appendix - 9 - PSV 5% AHTS 21% MPSV 16% Subsea 39% OCV 19% Fleet value* by vessel type *Consolidated vessels at end of Q1 2014
  • 10. Olympic history and key milestones 1978: At the age of 19 Stig Remøy invested in a fishing vessel with a market value of NOK 6 mill. The vessel was built in 1941 1980: 21 years old he became a captain onboard factory trawlers operating in the Barents Sea, the North Sea, the coast of Alaska, Canada, Greenland, New Zealand 1986-92: Investments in Norway, Canada, Alaska and New Zeland, involved in international fishing 1996: Stig Remøy founded Olympic Shipping AS together with Bjørn Kvalsund. The company commenced operations with two old offshore vessels and one ocean trawler Investment summary Olympic Ship AS Financials Market outlook Risk factors Appendix 1978: the first fishing vessel 1996: the first offshore vessel 2014: delivery of last vessel to date 7 14 21 - 5 10 15 20 25 2005 2009 2014 #ofvessels 1.7 5.8 9.4 - 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 2005 2009 2014 NOKbn. 225 515 771 - 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 900 2005 2009 2014 #ofemployees Development of key parameters 2005 - 2014 Vessels in fleet Fleet value* Employees - 10 - *Gross fleet value as of May 2014
  • 11. Olympic Group business areas Investment summary Olympic Ship AS Financials Market outlook Risk factors Appendix Olympic Group Olympic Ship ASOlympic Seafood Olympic Shipping AS • Technical and commercial management • 3 Fishing vessels • Comprises the Group’s offshore activity • Modern high-end fleet of 21 offshore vessel • 4 PSV vessels • 4 AHTS vessels • 4 MPSV • 9 Subsea vessels (incl. 2 newbuilding) • 2 offshore construction vessels - 11 -
  • 12. Business strategy Investment summary Olympic Ship AS Financials Market outlook Risk factors Appendix • Focus on high-end technology in delivering offshore solutionsHigh-end technology • Technologically advanced offshore vessels, utilizing state of the art equipment to cater for deepwater activities Deepwater focus • To suit operators with extensive knowledge in operating vessels in harsh and challenging environments Tailor-made projects • Focus on key deepwater areas such as Brazil, West Africa, Asia and Gulf of Mexico • Focused on green technology having successfully integrated environmentally focused strategies with operations Environmentally friendly Grow international presence - 12 -
  • 13. Area of operations Investment summary Olympic Ship AS Financials Market outlook Risk factors Appendix Office locationVessel location • Operations in all major deepwater and harsh environment regions worldwide – More complex operating environment requires advanced vessels and strong operating track- record • Present in focus areas for E&P companies over the next years – Expected 8% growth in Arctic and North Atlantic over the next 5 years – Growth expected in Brazil, West Africa and US Gulf • Established client network and strong relations with local parties worldwide - 13 - *Including sea food offices
  • 14. Trends are changing the technology From shallow to deeper water From surface to seabed Environmental demands increasing - 14 -
  • 15. Subsea vessels Fleet overview Investment summary Olympic Ship AS Financials Market outlook Risk factors Appendix AHTS OCV SUBSEA (incl. 2 newbuilds) PSV Olympic Octopus, 2007 Bhp: 16,085 BP 186 t MPSV Olympic Pegasus, 2002 Bhp: 23,155 BP 248 t Olympic Hercules, 2002 Bhp: 23,155 BP 248 t Olympic Poseidon, 1998 Bhp: 14,410 BP 162 t Olympic Zeus, 2009 LOA: 94 m 250 t offshore crane Olympic Hera, 2009 LOA: 94 m 250 t offshore crane Olympic Challenger, 2008 LOA: 106 m 250 t offshore crane Olympic Boa, 2014 LOA: 115 m 250 t offshore crane Olympic Commander, 2012 DWT: 4,857 Deck: 1,060 m2 Olympic Orion, 2012 DWT: 4,857 Deck: 1,060 m2 Olympic Energy, 2012 DWT: 5,066 Deck: 1,000 m2 Olympic Elena, 2007 DWT: 3,300 Deck: 683 m2 Olympic Promoter, 2005 DWT: 3,266 Deck: 692 m2 Olympic Progress, 2005 DWT: 3,289 Deck: 680 m2 Olympic Electra, 2011 DWT: 3,500 Deck: 745 m2 Olympic Princess, 1999 DWT: 4,159 Deck: 912 m2 Olympic Taurus, 2012 LOA: 94 m 125 t offshore crane Olympic Intervention, 2008 LOA: 95 m 150 t offshore crane Olympic Ares, 2013 LOA: 115 m 250 t offshore crane Olympic Triton, 2007 LOA: 95 m 150 t offshore crane Olympic Canyon, 2006 LOA: 93 m 140 t offshore crane - 15 - Olympic TBN, 2015 MT6021 design Olympic TBN, 2015 MT6021 MK II design
  • 16. Contract coverage as of May 2014 Investment summary Olympic Ship AS Financials Market outlook Risk factors Appendix • As of May 2014, the company has an order backlog of about approx. NOK 4.9 bn. including options (NOK 2.3 bn. excluding options) - 16 - 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 Segment Ship Design Built Ownership 1Q 2Q 3Q 4Q 1Q 2Q 3Q 4Q 1Q 2Q 3Q 4Q 1Q 2Q 3Q 4Q 1Q 2Q 3Q 4Q 1Q 2Q 3Q 4Q Charterer Region Progress UT 755 LN 2005 51% Petrobras Brazil Promoter UT 755 LN 2005 30% Petrobras Brazil Elena MT 6009 2007 100% Petrobras Brazil Energy STX PSV06 LNG 2012 32% Statoil North Sea Princess MT 6000 1999 100% Team Marine North Sea Electra MT 6009 2011 100% Centrica North Sea Commander MT 6015 2012 100% Fugro + Siem North Sea Orion MT 6015 2012 100% BP North Sea Hercules Ulstein A101 2002 100% Spot North Sea Pegasus Ulstein A101 2002 100% Petrobras Brazil Octopus UT 712 L 2006 60% Spot North Sea Poseidon UT 722 L 1998 100% Spot North Sea Canyon MT 6016 2006 100% Canyon India Triton Ulstein P101 2007 100% Canyon North Sea Intervention Ulstein P101 2008 100% Oceaneering US GoM Challenger Aker ROV 02 CD 2008 65% Technip North Sea Taurus MT 6015 2012 100% Tideway North Sea Ares MT6022 MKII 2013 75% Bibby North Sea Boa MT6022 MKII 2014 100% Boa North Sea Newbuild #1 MT6021 2015 100% Bibby North Sea Newbuild #2 MT6021 MKII 2015 100% Zeus Ulstein A122 2009 75% Spot North Sea Hera Ulstein A122 2009 100% Spot North Sea PSV MPSV AHTS Subsea OCV
  • 17. Strong operational performance • Recognized for providing “world-class” operations, both in harsh and benign environments • Continues high performance has proven valuable for our customers – Paves the way for securing additionally business in more complex environments and operations • Significant focus on health and safety – Continuously working to improve operation standards and procedure Investment summary Olympic Ship AS Financials Market outlook Risk factors Appendix 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100% Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May. Jun. Jul. Aug. Sep. Oct. Nov. Dec. 2013 Average last 3 years Fleet utilization* Blue chip counterparts - 17 - 2014 * Fleet utilization is defined as # of days on hire divided by # of days in month across the total fleet of vessels
  • 18. Newbuilding program and strategy • The company had a newbuilding program of 8 vessels • As of Q1 2014 six vessels have been delivered and are in operation • Two newbuilding IMR vessels are on order with Kleven Maritime, Norway for delivery in Q1 2015 and Q2 2015 • After delivery of these vessels 14 out of the total fleet of 22 vessels will be employed in the subsea and construction market • The strategy is to continue developing vessel opportunities for advanced vessels going forward. It is a more demanding operation and Olympic Shipping has established an organisation and management to be a leading player in this segment • The MT 6021 Mk II has some additional capacity compared to the MT 6021 Investment summary Olympic Ship AS Financials Market outlook Risk factors Appendix - 18 - MT 6021 MT 6021 Mk II
  • 19. Contents Investment summary1 Olympic Ship AS2 Financials3 Market outlook4 Risk factors5 Appendix6
  • 20. Profit and loss • Growth in fleet size is the key driver of increased revenue • Reduced revenue at start of 2013 as a result of off-hire incidents in Brazil, significant improvement seen following corrective actions during 2013 • Contract coverage for 2013 (contracts above 30 days duration) was 63% • Increased share of local crew in Brazil has resulted in increasing crew costs • Vessel operating expenses kept at stable level despite increased number of vessels under management • Maintenance costs not included in operating expenses but activated and reflected in increased depreciation • Total interest costs of NOK 214 mill. corresponding to an average interest rate of 4.4% • Increased revenues in Q1 14 due to increased fleet. New long term contracts secured during the 1st quarter • Average interest cost of 4.4% is unchanged from last year Investment summary Olympic Ship AS Financials Market outlook Risk factors Appendix Profit and loss, NOK mill. 2011A 2012A 2013A 1Q 2013 1Q 2014 Operating income 859 979 1,017 1,220 241 294 Crew costs (308) (378) (392) (96) (97) Operating expenses vessels (228) (223) (198) (50) (46) Other operating expenses (41) (78) (63) (16) (13) EBITDA 403 338 567 79 139 Depreciation (100) (131) (156) (38) (41) EBIT 303 207 411 41 98 Net financial items 38 (129) (288) (72) (28) Profit before tax 341 77 123 (31) 70 Tax (30) (11) 19 6 (1) Net profit 310 66 142 (25) 69 Revenue growth YoY 14.0% 3.8% 20.0% 22.0% EBITDA margin 41.1% 33.2% 46.4% 32.8% 47.3% Net profit margin 31.7% 6.5% 11.6% -10.4% 23.5% - 20 -
  • 21. Balance sheet Financials Market outlook Risk factors Appendix Balance sheet, NOK mill. 2011A 2012A 2013A 1Q 2013 1Q 2014 Intangible fixed assets - - 6 6 Vessels 4,793 5,978 6,549 5,961 6,521 Newbuildings 298 42 55 70 89 Financial fixed assets 46 94 95 90 192 Total fixed assets 5,137 6,114 6,706 6,121 6,808 Stocks 21 26 37 27 21 Receivables 299 269 636 324 631 Investments 103 136 123 136 124 Cash and bank deposits 795 923 664 670 562 Total current assets 1,219 1,354 1,460 1,157 1,338 Total assets 6,356 7,468 8,166 7,279 8,146 Total equity 2,591 2,672 3,063 2,647 3,131 Provisions 12 18 - 12 Bond loans 250 543 644 542 644 Secured loans 2,828 3,578 3,719 3,499 3,621 Other long term liabilities 166 15 30 55 Total long term liabilities 3,257 4,155 4,393 4,053 4,321 Loans due within one year 291 383 429 383 447 Trade creditors 68 103 60 71 105 Other short term liabilities 149 155 221 120 140 Total short term liabilities 508 641 710 579 694 Total equity and liabilities 6,356 7,468 8,166 7,279 8,146 Equity ratio 41 % 36 % 38 % 36 % 38 % NIBD 2,574 3,582 4,128 3,754 4,150 • Fixed assets increase in line with fleet expansion • The market value of the fleet at the end of Q1 2014 was NOK 8.1 bn. which gives a market adjusted equity of NOK 4.7 bn. and market adjusted equity ratio of 49% • Working capital has increased following repayment of short term debt and increased receivables • Olympic Princess was merged into Olympic Ship AS during 2013, this resulted in an increased equity of NOK 223 mill. and corresponding increase in accounts receivables • Long term debt increases with vessel deliveries, typical gearing of newbuilds is around 70-75% • The increase in bond loans reflects a tap issue in OLSH01 PRO of NOK 100 mill. • Increased fixed assets due to newbuilds which also increase long term debt • Reduced working capital due to repayment of short term debt - 21 -
  • 22. Cash flow Investment summary Olympic Ship AS Financials Market outlook Risk factors Appendix Cash flow, NOK mill. 2011A 2012A 2013A 1Q 2013 1Q 2014 Profit before tax 341 77 123 (31) 70 Taxes paid (54) (48) (28) (24) (1) Gain/(loss) from sale of assets (0) (1) 0 - - Depreciation 100 131 156 38 41 Change in net financial items 133 208 198 72 53 Change in working capital (38) 103 (96) (109) (86) Cash flow from operations 481 470 353 (54) 77 Purchase of fixed assets (839) (1,148) (741) (49) (46) Proceeds from sale of shares 8 62 43 - - Purchase of shares (26) (40) (33) - - Change in internal loans - (25) - - - Cash flow from investments (857) (1,151) (731) (49) (46) New long term loans 940 1,459 830 - - Repayment of long term loans (387) (307) (538) (81) (80) Interest paid (155) (227) (222) (69) (52) Repayment other long term liab. - (132) - - - New equity 72 52 48 - - Changes of ownership 22 (36) 0 Cash flow from financing 491 809 119 (150) (132) Net change in cash 115 128 (259) (253) (102) Cash start of year 680 795 923 923 663 Cash at year end 795 923 664 670 562 • The company’s cash position is strong • Except from cash flow from operations, the net cash flow is to a large extent a result of the financing and refinancing of vessels and the timing of such • As of year end 2013 the fleet LTV (secured financing) was 51% and total repayment of long term loans in 2013 was NOK 538 mill. • The cash position is typically improved by refinancing of ships with low gearing, however in 2013 there were no such refinancings • The company expects to release approximately NOK 200 mill. through refinancing of ship loans in 2014 • At year end 2013 customer receivables were NOK 50 mill. higher than normal and some derivative transactions had an impact on working capital with approximately NOK 40 mill. • In 2013 the company increased its ownership in the vessel Olympic Electra from 75% to 100% • Negative change in cash in Q1 2014 due to: – Repayment of debt – Increased short term receivables – Equity infusion to yard for newbuilds - 22 -
  • 23. Orderbook as of YE 2013 Investment summary Olympic Ship AS Financials Market outlook Risk factors Appendix - 23 - Solid contract coverage going forward (based on full year 2014) - 200 400 600 800 1,000 1,200 1,400 1,600 2014 2015 2016 2017 After 2017 NOKmill. Firm Option
  • 24. 8,128 3,449 380 1,715 1,350 3,150 1,533 4,091 650 500 562 - 1,000 2,000 3,000 4,000 5,000 6,000 7,000 8,000 9,000 PSV value AHTS value MPSV value Subsea value OCV value Gross fleet value Vessel bank debt Outstanding bond loans Contemplated new bond issue Cash Net fleet value NOKmillion Fleet and debt overview as of Q1 2014 • Fleet value of NOK 8.1 bn. as of March 2014 • Total bank debt of NOK 4.1 bn. and NOK 650 mill. of bond loans outstanding • Net LTV of 51% (gross 58%) before new bond issue and repayment of outstanding bonds • The new bond NOK 500 mill. bond issue will partly or fully refinance the existing NOK 350 mill. bond loan expiring in 2015. • The issuer expects to hold NOK 100 mill of the contemplated bond issue at its own account Investment summary Olympic Ship AS Financials Market outlook Risk factors Appendix - 24 -
  • 25. Debt maturity profile • Existing bank facilities on highly competitive terms • CIRR loan/ Export Finance arrangements • Financing of newbuildings have 15 years maturity profile • The new contemplated bond issue will be used to partly or fully refinance the existing NOK 350 mill. bond issue maturing in 2015. • Debt maturity in 2019 as follows: – Contemplated bond issue: NOK 500m – Amortization bank debt: NOK 331m – Balloon repayment NOK 275m Investment summary Olympic Ship AS Financials Market outlook Risk factors Appendix 439 467 369 307 337 331 246 405 290 275 350 300 500 - 200 400 600 800 1,000 1,200 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 NOKmillion Bank loan installments Bank loan balloons Current bond loans Contemplated new bond issue - 25 -
  • 26. Contents Investment summary1 Olympic Ship AS2 Financials3 Market outlook4 Risk factors5 Appendix6
  • 27. Strong underlying demand for offshore vessels - 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 900 2000 2005 2010 2015E 2020E USDbn Americas Europe Asia & Oceania Africa Russia & Middle East 10.4% 11.3% 5.3% 3.7% 10.2% CAGR 2013-'20E CAGR 13.7% 8.1% CAGR Global E&P spending • Global E&P spending estimated to grow 8% annually towards 2020 • E&P companies focus on cash flow combined with a relatively flat oil price development, has put emphasis on spending efficiency • Continued growth in E&P spending fuelled by a large pipeline of offshore development projects Source: Rystad Energy and SB1 Markets Investment summary Olympic Ship AS Financials Market outlook Risk factors Appendix - 27 -
  • 28. Deepwater growth the primary source of production 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 '94'95'96'97'98'99'00'01'02'03'04'05'06'07'08'09'10'11'12'13 BBOE Shallow water Midwater Deep water Ultra deep water 0 5 10 15 20 '00 '01 '02 '03 '04 '05 '06 '07 '08 '09 '10 '11 '12 '13 '14 '15 '16 '17 '18 '19 '20 MMBOE/day DW/UDW (≥3,000 ft.) Midwater (400-3,00ft.) Offshore discoveries last 20 years Offshore production by water depth • 9 out of 10 largest 2013 discoveries was located in deepwater – Discoveries located in Africa, Gulf of Mexico and Canada • Deepwater discoveries (reserves) constituted 51% of total discoveries in 2007-2012 vs. 31% and 18% for onshore and shallow water, respectively • Deepwater production (≥3,000 ft.) estimated to grow with 11% annually towards 2020 • In 2013, 12% of total offshore production came from fields located in deepwater areas. Deepwater share of offshore production estimated to grow to 19% by 2020 Source: Rystad Energy, IHS and SB1 Markets Investment summary Olympic Ship AS Financials Market outlook Risk factors Appendix - 28 -
  • 29. Strong growth in Subsea activity backed by all-time high order backlog Subsea backlog of SUBC, TEC and SPM• Subsea backlogs currently at all-time high with book-to-bill ratio (last 12 months) above 1.0x last 15 quarters – Book-to-bill ratio above 1.0x indicates future growth as order intake exceeds turnover • Order backlog at all-time high indicates continued high activity within subsea as the project lead time typically is around 2-3 years – High subsea activity will in turn drive demand for offshore construction vessels • Average annual subsea spending growth estimated at 16.5% * Total orders booked divided by total revenue last 12 months Source: Company information, Rystad Energy and SB1 Markets Subsea spending - 0.25x 0.50x 0.75x 1.00x 1.25x 1.50x 1.75x 2.00x - 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 B-t-B LTMUSDbn TEC Subsea SUBC SPM Offshore B-t-B y/y - 20 40 60 80 100 120 2000 2005 2010 2015E 2020E USDbn Americas Europe Asia & Oceania Africa Russia & Middle East 23.1% 23.1% 16.3% 7.9% 17.4% CAGR 2013-'20E CAGR 14.1% 16.5% CAGR Investment summary Olympic Ship AS Financials Market outlook Risk factors Appendix - 29 -
  • 30. Increase in subsea tree awards and UDW rig fleet indicates continued subsea activity growth 365 429 449 474 475 479 188 107 156 185 198 190 452 434 319 373 311 416 553 536 605 659 673 669 - 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 '07 '08 '09 '10 '11 '12 '13 '14E '15E '16E '17E '18E Tree awards Non-Brazil Brazil Total 3.9% CAGR 0 50 100 150 200 250 '03 '04 '05 '06 '07 '08 '09 '10 '11 '12 '13 '14E '15E '16E '17E # rigs UDW semi (≥ 7,500 ft.) UDW drillship (≥ 7,500 ft.) 58% Growth Global subsea tree awards Global UDW fleet • Number of tree awards estimated to grow with 3.9% annually towards 2018 – 5.6% annual growth outside Brazil • Most important markets are Brazil, North Sea and West Africa • Petrobras is the largest customer by far, estimated to award about 3x as many subsea trees as the second largest customer • Subsea tree awards and development in the global UDW rig fleet are key indicators for subsea vessel activity • The current UDW fleet counts 145 rigs vs. orderbook of 87 rigs, correspondent to an estimated fleet growth of 60% – Order book consists of 16 semisubmersibles and 71 drillships • Growth fuelled by continued deepwater development and tie- backs to existing installations Source: Quest Offshore Resources, IHS and SB1 Markets Investment summary Olympic Ship AS Financials Market outlook Risk factors Appendix - 30 -
  • 31. Total subsea fleet to grow by 25 per cent Subsea order book count 115 vessels vs. total fleet of 457 vessels (25% growth) 276 91 51 39 30 73 12 24 6 6 26% 13% 47% 15% 20% 10% 15% 20% 25% 30% 35% 40% 45% 50% 0 50 100 150 200 250 300 350 400 Multi-Functional Support Diving Support Cable, Umbilicals & FP/Flowline Lay ROV / Sub Support Pipe Layer Fleet growth# of vessels Current Orders Growth Source: Clarkson and SpareBank1 Markets Investment summary Olympic Ship AS Financials Market outlook Risk factors Appendix - 31 -
  • 32. AHTS vessel-to-rig ratio to decline over the next years due to limited AHTS newbuild orderbook - 0.5x 1.0x 1.5x 2.0x 2.5x 0 50 100 150 200 250 '00 '01 '02 '03 '04 '05 '06 '07 '08 '09 '10 '11 '12 '13 '14E'15E AHTS-to-rig# vessels 15,000-20,000 bhp 20,000 - 28,000 bhp > 28,000 bhp AHTS/Rig - 10 20 30 40 50 60 Q1Q2Q3Q4Q1Q2Q3Q4Q1Q2Q3Q4Q1Q2Q3Q4Q1Q2Q3Q4Q1Q2Q3Q4 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 # rigs UK NO +15% firm High-end AHTS fleet and global AHTS-to-rig ratio North Sea floater drilling fleet • Few high-end AHTS orders in recent years • The high-end AHTS fleet currently count 237 vessels, with 32 newbuilds (13.5%) to be delivered within 2015 – 15-20K: 159 vessels/13 newbuilds (8%) – 20-28K: 58 vessels/10 newbuilds (17%) – ≥28K: 20 vessels/9 newbuilds (45%) • New floater rigs entering 2014-2016: – 7 firm (+15%): Ocean Patriot, Bollsta, Deepsea Aberdeen and 4 x Songa Cat-D rigs – 4 speculative SUT additions (+9%): Beacon Atlantic, COSLProspector, North Dragon and West Rigel – 3 other additions (+6%): COSL Hai Yang Shi You 982 and 2 x Stena semi – Total 14 rigs = 30% increase Source: IHS and SpareBank1 Markets Investment summary Olympic Ship AS Financials Market outlook Risk factors Appendix - 32 -
  • 33. AHTS day rates increasing on the back of improved market conditions 70% 75% 80% 85% 90% 95% 100% 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 - 20K 40K 60K 80K 100K '05 '06 '07 '08 '09 '10 '11 '12 '13 '14 USD Global AHTS > 15,000 BHP utilization* North Sea AHTS spot dayrates • Day rates significantly down in 2009-2010 in a combination of declining demand and excess supply of new vessels • Day rates have recovered in 2013 due to stable North Sea AHTS fleet, rising demand and spill-over from improved PSV market • Weak 1Q14, however ~7 vessels left North Sea spot market in May and several will follow in the short term – Exxon’s/Rosneft’s Kara Sea campaign (around 8-9 vessels of which 6 AHTS). Expected to leave spot in early June – 3 AHTS expected to leave for Novaya Zemlya (Gazprom) – At least 7 vessels in total (~3 AHTS) leaving for Brazil in May/June * Spot market vessels are included with full utilization Source: IHS and SpareBank1 Markets 15K 20K 25K 30K 35K 40K 45K All <15K bhp >15K bhp USD 1Q12 1Q13 1Q14 Investment summary Olympic Ship AS Financials Market outlook Risk factors Appendix - 33 -
  • 34. PSV market balance supported by larger rigs and deepwater drilling - 2x 4x 6x 8x 10x 0 200 400 600 800 1,000 '00 '01 '02 '03 '04 '05 '06 '07 '08 '09 '10 '11 '12 '13 '14E'15E Vessels/rig# vessels PSV > 3,100 dwt (left) UDW rigs > 7,500 ft. (left) PSV / UDW rig ratio (right) High-end PSV fleet and global PSV-to-rig ratio PSV order book by delivery year • From 2008 to 2015, number of UDW rigs will have increased by 4.8x, while high-end PSVs will have increased by 3.8x • Deepwater drilling further from shore drives demand for OSV – Longer distances requires more and/or larger PSV vessels – Larger rigs/deeper drilling require more cargo/storagespace – Increased fragmentation of less experienced offshore drillers and smaller E&P companies – DP has reduced the need for AHTS vessels • 23% PSV fleet growth (314 vessels) vs. 29% rig fleet growth – Nearly 200 PSVs for delivery in 2014. However, slippage has been as high as 1/3 historically, and based on this one can expect that significant volumes will be shifted into 2015/2016 • Majority of newbuilds above 4,000 dwt (180 vessels) Source: IHS and SB1 Markets 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160 180 200 2014 2015 2016 2017 # vessels ≥ 4,000 dwt 3,100-4,000 dwt <3,100 dwt Investment summary Olympic Ship AS Financials Market outlook Risk factors Appendix - 34 -
  • 35. New deliveries absorbed in market has driven average day rates to record levels PSV utilization* PSV term rates and North Sea spot rates • Total PSV utilization in the North Sea remain high at ~96% • Utilization in the PSV spot market at 88.2% in 1Q14, in line with 1Q13 • Improvement in day rates has been driven by the high end segment, with rates for smaller PSVs (< 3,100 dwt) being relatively flat over the last 5-6 years • Over the course of the last five years the PSV market has absorbed a net fleet addition of 9.6% per year at increasing term rates * Spot market vessels are included with full utilization Source: IHS and SpareBank1 Markets 80% 82% 84% 86% 88% 90% 92% 94% 96% 98% 100% 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 Utilization North Sea utilization Global utilization 0K 5K 10K 15K 20K 25K 30K 35K 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 Global < 3100 dwt Global average Global > 3100 dwt Term rates in USD 0K 10K 20K 30K 40K Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec 2012 2013 2014 North Sea spot in USD Investment summary Olympic Ship AS Financials Market outlook Risk factors Appendix - 35 -
  • 36. Contents Investment summary1 Olympic Ship AS2 Financials3 Market outlook4 Risk factors5 Appendix6
  • 37. Investment summary Olympic Ship AS Financials Market outlook Risk factors Appendix - 37 - OPERATIONAL RISK • Operating risks: The Group's operations may be suspended because of machinery breakdowns, and/or failure of subcontractors to perform or supply goods or services, personnel shortages etc. which may not be insured. • Employment of vessels: There may be uncertainty as to whether or not the Group will be able to secure new employment of the Vessels without long-lasting off-hire periods upon expiry of the current charters. • Counterparty risk: Although the Group has reputable and high end contractual parties, default in payment may significantly and adversely impair the Group’s liquidity. • Termination risk: Under certain circumstances the Group’s future contracts may permit a customer to terminate their contract early without the payment of any termination fee, as a result of non-performance, longer periods of downtime or impaired performance caused by equipment or operational issues, or sustained periods of downtime due to force majeure events. • Operating cost vs. operating revenues: The Group’s operating and maintenance costs, including costs for dry docking and costs for refurbishments or required upgrading, will not necessarily fluctuate in proportion to changes in operating revenues. • New-building risk: The vessels under construction are currently expected to be delivered on time and budget, however, there is always an inherent risk related to delays and budget overruns related to new-buildings. • Disputes: The Group may be subject to disputes with its customers, suppliers, contractors, governmental authorities and other third parties. Such disputes could result in a loss of revenues and/or claims from such third parties which may be uninsured and have a material adverse effect on the Group which again may materially affect the ability to service the Bonds. • Requisition or arrest: The vessels may be requisitioned by a government in the case of war or other emergencies or become subject to arrest or piracy. This could significantly and adversely affect the earnings of the Group as well as the Group's liquidity and ability to service the Bonds. • Brazil: To operate vessels in the Brazilian market implies a risk as for Brazil in general but adds the risk related to the Petrobras own standards and requirements which differ from traditional contracting. The booming offshore industry in Brazil have resulted in substantial increase in cost and continuous changing legal environment. A successful performance in Brazil depends on the ability to attract and retain skilled professionals with appropriate experience and expertise in this strained market. Risk factors
  • 38. Investment summary Olympic Ship AS Financials Market outlook Risk factors Appendix - 38 - FINANCIAL RISK • Provisions of loan agreements: The Group’s bank loan agreements contain customary covenants and event of default clauses, including cross default provisions, as well as restrictive covenants and performance requirements and dividend restrictions, which may affect operational and financial flexibility. • Compliance with financial covenants: If the Group is unable to comply with the restrictions and the financial covenants in the agreements governing its indebtedness, there could be a default under the terms of these agreements, which could result in an acceleration of repayment of funds that have been borrowed. • Interest rate and exchange rate: Interest rate fluctuations could affect the Group's profitability, earnings and cash flow. Approx. half of the secured vessel financing has fixed interest rate borrowing. The Group has a substantial part of its income in foreign currency, mainly USD and GBP. A part of this is sold on forward contracts to hedge the volatility in the FX market. Only one vessels is financed in currency different from NOK. The vessels values are more likely nominated in USD than NOK hence the FX hedging is only partly to reflect this. • Financing of subsidiaries: If the Company fails to support its vessel-owning subsidiary’s debt servicing, the banks providing the subsidiary loan facilities may become entitled to declare the loan facilities to be in default, following which all amounts under the loan facility will become due and payable. • Litigation: The operating hazards inherent in the Group’s business expose the Group to litigation, including personal injury litigation, environmental litigation, contractual litigation with clients, tax or securities litigation, and maritime lawsuits including the possible arrest of the Group’s vessels. • Requisition or arrest of the Vessels: The Group's Vessels could be requisitioned by a government in the case of war or other emergencies or become subject of arrest or detention. Risk factors
  • 39. Investment summary Olympic Ship AS Financials Market outlook Risk factors Appendix - 39 - MARKET RISK • Market value of vessels: The market value of the Group's vessels may decrease, and the Group may also be unable to sell or otherwise dispose of its assets at prices the Group believes is the correct price for such assets. • Market price of oil and gas: The Group's business is dependent on the price of oil and gas, which for various reasons is likely to vary over time. The Group's operations, profitability and cash flow are dependent on the level of oil and gas capital spending by the oil companies which, in turn, is dependent upon the fluctuating market price of oil and gas. • Competition: The Group operates in a market which is subject to intense price competition and volatility and an over-supply of vessels may lead to a reduction in day rates which would negatively impact the Group's revenues, profitability and cash flows and thereby the Issuer’s ability to service the Bonds. POLITICAL AND REGULATORY RISK • Governmental risk: The Group and its subsidiaries are subject to the international laws and regulations governing the shipping industry. In the event that the Group is unable at any time to comply with the existing regulations or any changes in such regulations, or any new regulations introduced by local or international bodies, the operations may be adversely affected. • Environmental liability: The shipping and offshore business is subject to environmental rules and regulations pursuant to international conventions and national legislation in relevant jurisdictions. Breach of these rules and regulations may result in fines, penalties and/or claims by authorities, customers and other third parties. New legislation and/or rules may result in stricter and/or more expensive requirements to be complied with. • Political and geo-political risks: Changes in the legislative, political, fiscal and regulatory framework governing the activities of the Group, oil companies, oil service companies, construction yards and/or major suppliers or service providers on which the Group depend, could have material impact on the demand for the Group’s services by impacting exploration, production and development activity or affect the Group’s operations and/or financial condition directly. • Legislation and tax laws: The Group may become subject to future changes to current legislation and tax laws under which the Group operates, which the Group cannot avoid or influence. Risk factors
  • 40. Contents Investment summary1 Olympic Ship AS2 Financials3 Market outlook4 Risk factors5 Appendix6
  • 41. Management Investment summary Olympic Ship AS Financials Market outlook Risk factors Appendix • Stig Remøy established Olympic Shipping AS in 1996 together with Bjørn Kvalsund. He is the major shareholder and chairman of the board for Olympic Ship AS and CEO of Olympic Shipping AS. • Stig is a Master Mariner, graduated from Kristiansand Maritime College and has 15 years of experience as Master on fishing and offshore vessels. • Stig has also held board positions with a regional bank and other regional and national enterprises. Ernst and Young awarded him national Entrepreneur of the Year in 2002. • Master Mariner, Engineering degree from Gothenburg Technical Institute and a Business & Administration degree from the University of Agder in Kristiansand • 10 years on merchant vessels and operation manager with Wilh. Wilhelmsen in Oslo and in Saudi Arabia • Offshore broker with Westshore Brokers, Leading management positions in Sævik Supply CEO Stig Remøy (b. 1959) EVP Bjørn Kvalsund (b. 1953) CFO Per Kyrre Kvien (b. 1970) Chief Engineer Runar Stave (b.1963) Head of QA and Crewing Vegard Knardal (b. 1974) • Master of Business from Rice University • 10 years of CFO experience from various companies • Significant banking experience, mostly with JPMorgan Chase Bank • Chief Engineer • 5 years on fishing vessels and 3 years with Voldnes Skipsverft • 11 years with Olympic Shipping AS as Head of Technical Department • MSc NTNU. 4 years as purchaser Trico Supply and Kleven Verft • 4 years with Olympic Shipping AS as Head of QA and Crewing Deputy CEO John Arne Winsnes (b. 1970) • Dipl. Kaufmann/Siv .øk. University of Mannheim, Germany • 4 years as CEO of SpareBank 1 Søre Sunnmøre, 5 years as Financial Manager in Aker Yards ASA • 6 years with ABB Financial Services / GE Capital, Structured Finance in Energy and Transportation - 41 -
  • 42. Board of Directors Investment summary Olympic Ship AS Financials Market outlook Risk factors Appendix • Stig Remøy established Olympic Shipping AS in 1996 together with Bjørn Kvalsund. He is the major shareholder and chairman of the board for Olympic Ship AS and CEO of Olympic Shipping AS. • Stig is a Master Mariner, graduated from Kristiansand Maritime College and has 15 years of experience as Master on fishing and offshore vessels. • Stig has also held board positions with a regional bank and other regional and national enterprises. Ernst and Young awarded him national Entrepreneur of the Year in 2002. • Runar Larsen is self-employed with business activities in Norway and Poland. • He has been an investor in the Olympic Group since its inception and member of the board of Olympic Ship AS since 2001. Stig Remøy (b. 1959) Chairman Runar Larsen (b. 1959) Svein Tømmerdal (b. 1940) • Svein Tømmerdal is Cand.jur from the University of Oslo (1966). He practiced as judge assistant 1967-1969, and lawyer from March 1969. He became Barrister of the Supreme Court of Norway in February 1976 and has practiced as attorney since then. • Board member of different companies in the region of Møre and Romsdal and Sogn and Fjordane. Mayor of the town of Ålesund from January 1980 until December 1987. He is still in politics for the Conservatives in Ålesund and Member of the City Council. Ragnvald Nærø (b. 1954) • Ragnvald Nærø is Director Business Development at Statkraft. Before that he worked as Executive Vice President Communication and Corporate Responsibility in the same company for 9 years. • Previously he has worked 13 years in Aftenposten, both as a journalist, editorial manager and editor. He has also been Vice President of the Civil Aviation Administration, Widerøe's Flyveselskap and E-CO Energy. • He is an educated teacher from Levanger Teachers’ College (1976-79) in Norway, he graduated in 1987 as Master of Arts in History from the University of Oslo and holds an EMBA from IMD in Switzerland (2011). - 42 -
  • 43. Summary of bond loans Contemplated new bond loan OLSH02 PRO OLSH01 PRO Issuer: Olympic Ship AS Olympic Ship AS Olympic Ship AS Loan amount: NOK 500 million NOK 300 million NOK 350 million Max. principal amount: NOK 750 million NOK 500 million NOK 600 million Status: Senior unsecured Senior unsecured Senior unsecured Currently outstanding: n/a NOK 300 million NOK 350 million Maturity: June 2019 September 2017 February 2015 Coupon: 3M NIBOR + [4.75 - 5.00]% 6M NIBOR + 6.00% 6M NIBOR + 5.25% Amortization: None None None Call options: @103.50 after 3 years and @101.75 after 4 years None None Change of Control Put option @101 Put option @100 Put option @100 Financial covenants: Market Adjusted Equity Ratio > 30% Minimum unrestricted cash of NOK 100 million (unconsolidated) Market Adjusted Equity Ratio > 30% Minimum unrestricted cash of NOK 100 million (unconsolidated) Market Adjusted Equity Ratio > 30% Minimum unrestricted cash of NOK 100 million (unconsolidated) Undertakings: Dividend restrictions (max. 50% of net profit) Restrictions on mergers/ demergers/ change of business Restrictions on financial assistance/ guarantees Subsidiary distribution Ownership to Material Subsidiaries Quarterly reporting (IFRS) from 1Q 2014 Dividend restrictions (max. 50% of net profit) Restrictions on mergers/ demergers/ change of business Restrictions on financial assistance/ guarantees Ownership to Material Subsidiaries Dividend restrictions (max. 50% of net profit) Restrictions on mergers/ demergers/ change of business Restrictions on financial assistance/ guarantees Listing: Application for Oslo Børs listing Oslo Børs ABM Oslo Børs ABM - 43 - Investment summary Olympic Ship AS Financials Market outlook Risk factors Appendix

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