COVID impact on Marine tourism Updated

Larger corporate companies have felt the effects of lack of cash flow to assist revenues and hold assets. The pockets of these organisations which hold at least 80% of the tourism fleets in Australia have been deep and there has been little on selling of assets in the hope the market moves quickly now in 2022. Those with big enough cash reserves riden out the 2 year period with minimal impact on asset ownership. Book values and resistance to selling have been maintained.

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