The New York-listed firm has confirmed an order for four vessels plus two optional expected for delivery during the second half of 2023 and 2024, reports Singapore's Splash 247.
No further details have been disclosed and the closing of the transaction is subject to the completion of customary documentation.
In addition, Navios Maritime Partners is expanding its fleet with newbuilding capesize and kamsarmax vessels acquired from undisclosed third parties for $60 million and $34.3 million respectively.
The company has also added three secondhand capesize vessels from Navios Maritime Holdings for $88 million and sold a 2,824 TEU boxship for $28.7 million and a panamax bulker for $12.7 million.
On a fully delivered basis, Navios Maritime Partners fleet would consist of 98 ships, comprising 55 bulkers and 43 containerships.