Ship Investment Cash Flow Analysis with Excel
Financial modelling of ship investments can quantify the downside risk and the upside potential before deciding to invest. It is also a useful tool to monitor risks and performance during the investment period. A good ﬁnancial model is also an excellent tool for communicating opportunities or potential problems to management, lenders and investors. Working with a good ship finance model makes it possible to identify opportunities or potential problems to early, and plans for appropriate actions to be prepared in advance.
Pacoship is an Excel-based application with a flexible workflow and extensive report capabilities intended for shipowners, shipbrokers, financiers and investors. Students and people with a maritime background moving into commercial positions will also find it useful.
To run Pacoship, you need to run Excel (Office 2010 or later version) on a computer with a Windows operating system. (For more detailed information see the KNOWLEDGE menu). To make use of exporting charts generated by Pacoship directly to Powerpoint and send e-mails without exiting Pacoship, you also need to have Powerpoint and Outlook installed (recommended).
Based on selected Project Type (Newbuilding or Secondhand Purchase) and inputs for SHIP, EMPLOYMENT, OPEX and FINANCING, the Pacoship Excel application calculates Project Cash Flow and Cash Flow to Equity.
The Pacoship Excel application also calculates the Net Present Value (NPV) of the project, as well as NPV and IRR of Equity Invested and generates Key Figures, Ratios, Charts, Sensitivity Analysis and Reports
The reports (with charts) can be printed or saved as PDF files and e-mailed.
The application generates a Powerpoint presentation with selected charts.
Share input data with other users by sending e-mails with XML data files directly to other users who have access to the Pacoship Excel application on their computer.
Some of the questions you may want answers to are:
How much capital is needed for the project?
What is the debt capacity of the project?
What is the financing structure that maximizes the Net Present Value (NPV) of equity invested?
What is the cash impact of financing alternatives, chartering policies and market developments?
What is required to meet the target return on equity?
How long will current cash last under various scenarios?
By clicking on the KNOWLEDGE tab on this website you can access useful resources on Financial Analysis of Ship Investments and how to use Pacoship.
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