Bulk/Refrigeration Cargo Ship at Auction

Wednesday, March 11, 2009

International Boat & Marine Auction Services, in cooperation with Marine Business Exchange, Inc. (marinebusinessexchange.com) announced the auction of the 1982 Bulk/Refrig. Cargo Hauling Vessel, M/V June B, to be sold to the highest bidder, no minimum reserve.

The auction will take place Wednesday, March 25, 2:00 p.m., at the Freeport Harbor, Bahamas - Mail Dock.

M/V June B features:
Engine Model # 6LU35
HP 1800 PS
Speed 320 RPM
6 Cylinders
4 Strokes Cylinders Bore
350 ml. Strokes/ 550 ml
Main Piston Speed 5.87m/ Second
Max. Pressure 115 kg./cm2
Main Brake Effective Pressure 15.95m/cm2
Firing Order 1/4/2/6/3/5

Port of Registry / Flag: St. Vincent & The Grenadines
Cargo Type: Refrigerated break, Bulk (Palletized Cargo)
Four Lifting Derricks: 1.8-2.3 MT Capacity Each
Two Loading Hatches: 4 Individual Cargo Holds - 2 Upper Decks / 2 Lower Decks
Built: Japan 1982 (Wakamatu Shipbuilders) L.O.A.: 69.00 M (226 Ft. +/-)
Tonnage Capacity: 700 MT
Volume Capacity: 45000 Cu. Ft. Compressor Air

(Marineactionservices.com)

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