New Zealand Ferro Cement Works Donovan Amri Year Length Beam Draft Location Price 1994 40′ 11.6′ 6′ $49,000 Description: A well traveled, well equipped and extremely seaworthy cruising sloop that has sailed the South Pacific and Patagonian Canals and was home for seven years to the Selby Family. No expense has been spared maintaining this
Description Year: 1973 Length: 283′ Engine/Fuel Type: Twin Located In: Germany Hull Material: Steel YW#: 14984-2787042 Current Price: US$ 3,500,000 This is a 314’ 4,101 ton DWT Cement Carrier built in Germany in 1973. The vessel is DNV Class. The vessel has pneumatic system for loading and unloading that can move 300 tons per hour. There
Description Year: 1995 Length: 393′ Engine/Fuel Type: Twin Located In: Singapore Hull Material: Steel YW#: 14984-2793283 Current Price: US$ 7,850,000 This is a 393′ 8,811 ton DWT Cement Carrier Cargo Vessel built in Portugal in 1995. It is Lloyds Class. Cargo capability is very versatile as the vessel can carry aggregate, which it can load and
Description Year: 1980 Length: 348′ Engine/Fuel Type: Single Located In: Portugal Hull Material: Steel YW#: 14984-2683805 Current Price: EUR 4,400,000 (US$ 5,515,400) This is a 348’ 7,000 DWT Self Unloading Cement Carrier built in 1980 in Sweden and converted to a cement carrier in 1996. The vessel is BV Ice Class and has current surveys and certificates.
Description Year: 2010 Length: 392′ Engine/Fuel Type: Single Located In: Spain Hull Material: Steel YW#: 14984-2684657 Current Price: US$ 15,500,000 These are 2 x 392’ 8,100 DWT Pneumatic Cement Carriers built in China, one in 2010 and the other in 2012. They are in excellent, near new condition and ready to work. Please contact: Robert Lager
Description Year: 1978 Length: 314′ Engine/Fuel Type: Single Located In: Dominican Republic Hull Material: Steel YW#: 14984-2556548 Current Price: US$ 3,700,000 This is a 4,270 DWT self-unloading cement carrier with an onboard pneumatic load/unloading system. The vessel has been totally upgraded since its new ownership in May 2010, including a change of over 50,000 kilos of