Offshore Shipping Online

A publication for the offshore shipping industry published by Clarkson Research

  • Offshore Intelligence Monthly
  • Menu

    Marcon brokers sale of crewboat

    Vessel & ROV News // March 28, 2008

    Marcon International in Coupeville, Washington, in the US reports that Indonesian-based owner PT Baruna Raya Logistics has recently completed the sale of its 2002-built welded aluminum crewboat Poksay to private Middle East buyers. 

    The unit was built at Penguin Shipyard in Singapore had been owned by the same owners since delivery.

    Poksay is a 34.0m x 7.6m x 3.3m vessel powered by three MTU 16V2000 M70 diesels producing approximately 4,220bhp @ 2,100rpm. In turn this drives three 4-bladed fixed pitch propellers via a ZF4540 gears. The vessel has a 28kts maximum speed and a 22 knots optimum speed. 

    The aft cargo deck measures 14.6m x 6.1m and is capable of carrying 200 tonnes of cargo. She is also provided with two fire monitors, oil dispersant tanks and two 20' spray arms. For
    accommodation, the vessel carries 56 passengers in reclining seats with three TV/movie screens plus berths for 10 crew. 

    Com/navaids include two radars, VHF, SSB, autopilot, fathometer, magnetic compass, gyro, GPS, Navtex and joystick control. 

    The vessel is to be renamed and reflagged to a new registry. 

    Marcon International represented the buyers and Frontier Offshore of Singapore represented the sellers in the transaction.

    To-date in 2008 Marcon has sold or chartered a total of 12 vessels and barges with sales on additional vessels expected shortly.

     

    More articles from this category

    More news