Marcon International, Inc.
Sales Report 2002
Western Towboat Co., Seattle, WA U.S. flag single screw tug “Cub”
has sold its 45’ x 12.9’ x (ex-Polar Cub, ex-Flyer.
originally in 1948 in Hood Western Towboat in 1999
River, OR; she was completely rebuilt by with a new house, engine, gear box, etc.
Tug is now
Unusual for a
a single CAT 3406 tug of this size, she
developing 325HP at was also fitted with a
dual prop bow thruster.
The tug was purchased by
Caicos Construction Corp., Bainbridge Island, WA.
beautiful little boat and lasted on Sellers had earlier replaced her with
the market for a newer vessel.
was a week.
Marcon International fixed the short term time charter of Seabulk Towing’s 6700 bhp, 110’ x 40’ x 16.5’ azimuthing stern drive tug, “EAGLE II” (ex-Kinsman Eagle II) to owner’s of a 20,000 tdw 430’ x 84’ x 31’ draft sulphur barge in cross-Gulf trade. Tug was built by Trinity Marine in 1997 and is powered by twin Wartsila 6R32E diesels. Although a notch barge, the tug towed on the hawser. Although weather was rough and seas approaching 10-12’, the tug performed well.
Rev-Lyn Contracting Co. of Boston, MA has sold their 40 passenger crewboat “Harbor Queen” to National Energy Corporation of Trinidad. The vessel was built in 1990 of all aluminum construction by Neuville Boat Works of Louisiana. She measures 46' x 15' x 5.6' and is powered by 2 x GM8V71N main engines producing 600 BHP. The vessel will be repositioned to Trinidad where she will work in the oilfield service sector. Marcon acted as sole broker in the transaction.
One other supply boat was sold in 2002 on private and confidential terms.
In 2001 Marcon sold or chartered a total of 53 vessels and barges.
Details believed correct, not guaranteed. Offered subject to prior sale of charter.