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Marcon International, Inc.

Sales Report 2002

Marcon has arranged the tow of an 863’ x 98’ ro/ro ship in ballast drawing 19’ draft forward and 26.5’ aft from

Mobile, Alabama undecided and at

to an east coast charterer’s option.

shipyard.

The

tug

At the time

chosen

for

the

of departure the actual destination was still tow was the 6,700BHP, 110’ x 40’ azimuthing

stern drive tug “Condor” (ex-Kinsman Condor) belonging to Seabulk Towing and was originally built in 1996 along with her sister-vessel “Kinsman Hawk” by Halter two Wartsila 6R32E 6 cylinder diesels and Aquamaster US 3001/3600 z-drives.

stationed in Mobile. Tug Marine and is powered by

The 78.6’ x 34.7’ x 9.5’ Aluminum Catamaran “Saber Tooth”, built in 1997 by Peregrine Marine; Anchorage, Alaska was sold by Western Geophysical to private New

Zealand interests.

The buyer plans

down

through

Southeastern

Alaska,

to sail West

the vessel Coast and

Panama Canal to the U.S. Gulf Coast where she used as a yacht. Vessel was originally certified as Coast Guard Inspected Freight Vessel. Powered

will be a U.S. by 4 x

24”

tractor

jets,

she

delivered

abt.

27kn

max

Lugger diesels total and 22kn economic

2432HP speed.

and four North American Vessel was used as an

oceanographic research and crew unique in that she was designed to reassembled after built. The vessel

transfer vessel for the seismic industry in Alaska. “Saber Tooth” was be bolted together for transport and was disassembled, transported and breaks down into seven major components – 2 hull sections, 1 raft deck,

2 connecting beams, 1 wheelhouse and

stack/wheelhouse support structures with a

short tons. Thicker plating allowed the ability to be beached and go dry. We and our offices on the way south. Marcon was the sole broker in the sale.

hope

she

total weight of abt. 70 swings by Penn Cove

The ‘Charlestown Harbor Princess” was sold twice over the past 2 months – once at U. S. Marshal’s Sale by Public Auction and then by private sale to Capt. JP Cruise Lines of Troy, NY. The 1979 Blount Marine built passenger day boat is US Coast Guard Certified to carry 219 passengers. Main dimensions are 75’ x 23’ x 7’. Drive engines are a pair of GM8V71 diesels. New owner’s will effect repairs as necessary to re-gain Certification and will place her back into day touring trade in Miami. Marcon was the sole and exclusive broker in the sale and have sold several other vessels in the past belonging to the same bank.

International Drilling and Marine Works, Ltd. of London, have purchased the lugger style, utility pushboat ‘Anna S’ , (ex-‘Hawg ) from Florida owner’s who employed her around the Port of West Palm Beach. Vessel was fitted with a pair of turbo-charged GM8V71’s for a total of 800HP and fitted with a 9T hydraulic crane. The twin screw 60’ x 15.5’, 1998 built boat was delivered from Florida to New Orleans for load out aboard a Jumbo ship along with several other small pushboats and barges all bound for Nigeria. Marcon was the sole broker in the sale.

www.marcon.com

Details believed correct, not guaranteed. Offered subject to prior sale of charter.

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