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Vessel lying Fiji Islands. Vessel is in current survey and is working every day. Vessel previously serviced Lake Taupo, New Zealand and also Bay of Islands for Fullers Bay of Islands. She has been part of her current Fiji fleet for the past 18 years or so. Always maintained and a brilliant workhorse still with a lot of life left in her. Vessel could be converted to a liveaboard or reconfigured for various other specific uses. Asking price represents great value. We urge inspection.... read more
Vessel lying Fiji Islands. Vessel has been maintained constantly by professional ship owning company over many years. Vessel has two passenger saloons both of which are air conditioned and fitted with aircraft style seating and panoramic windows. Excellent, comfortable viewing vessel with years of service left in her.... read more
Luxurious blue water liveaboard cruising yacht, set up for single handed sailing and is located in Vanuatu ready for her new owner to start cruising straight away. NZ registered and NZ category 1 compliant. Extremely strongly built in hand laid GRP. Imported into Vanuatu, which asset allows a new owner the option for a Residency Permit in Vanuatu.
This is an extremely sturdy built and immaculately maintained cutter/sloop with beautiful classic lines. She was built by renowned boat builder Alan Orams in Whangarei, New Zealand following a Louis Francis Herreshoff design. (Sistership of Ticonder... read more
Modern Landing Craft (Capcity 24 TEU's) in current Lloyds Class - 1 of 2 sisters... read more
|Location:|| Papua New Guinea|
Built Australian Building Industry, 1986, IMO Number 8515518
Towing - Fwd winch - Hagglunds 18/80T, Aft Winch - Hagglunds 18/80T.
Bollard pull ahead 62 tonnes, bollard pull astern 55 tonnes
Fresh water capacity 44.65 cubic metres
Hiab 1250kg @ 83m
Email for full specifications... read more
|Location:||Western Australia Australia|
15.5m x 5.7m x 0.8m 2011 built alloy catamaran by Senator boats. 45sqm working deck... read more
|Location:||Northland New Zealand|
|Price:|| $850,000 Tax Paid|
A very solid alloy tug in fantastic condition overall. Vessel being sold, as is where is. Currently on the hardstand with one engine out after being fully rebuilt and ready to install. Large list of spare parts. Surveys have been suspended pending re-powering. Located Fremantle, Western Australia.
NOTE - One motor is currently bad and the vessel is for sale at a retail asking price of AU$525,000 with one good ME, one bad ME plus one brand new spare engine un-installed. Or for AU$675k the vendor will install the new engine and put the boat on the slip and give it a fresh survey.... read more
|Price:|| $525,000 Ex. Tax|
Vessel lying Fiji Islands. This vessel has recently had a full upgrade and a fresh Survey from Fiji Island Maritime Safety Authority. Vessel presents in very good order and has been well maintained, our inspector, very recently, started and ran engines - both started easily with no obvious blow by or excessive smoke.
2018/19 vessel upgrades:
• Slip boat and check underside – supply and fit 2 x new shafts, new bearings, new bushes, reposition rudders, props and shafts – supply and fit new zinc blocks – apply quality antifoul paint.
• Rebuild saltwater pump for... read more
This vessel is currently spare and looking for work. She has a large passenger cabin and a deck configuration mainly suited to cars, light trucks and small buses. Lying Queensland, Australia.... read more
Vessel’s history: Sturdy proven vessel, Southern Ocean Grade 3, oceanic search for NZ Police and Search & Rescue centre. Recent multiple Vanuatu voyages ex NZ and recent commercial crew delivery jobs Auckland/ Raoul, Antipodes scientific research. Escort ship for traditional waka voyage throughout Pacific. Built for the passage of cargo and passengers. During WW2 the vessel served the Royal New Zealand Navy as a spyship. Following the war, Ranui undertook duties as a lighthouse supply ship. Following this, Queen Salote of Tonga used Ranui as a Royal Yacht. Latterly, Ranu... read more
|Location:|| New Zealand|