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MV DIOS AND DIOSA
MV DIOS AND DIOSA
Published: 18 August 2017
ADMIRALTY COURT SALE
Supreme Court, Gibraltar.
MV "DIOS” & “DIOSA”
Integrated Tug & Barge system
Registered at Panama,
IMO Nº 8820743
Auction Date Tuesday 12th September, 2017.
GENERAL CARGO BARGE PUSHER TUG
Year Built 1989 1989
Call Sign N/A HP5472
Built Teraoka Shipyard Co.Ltd., Japan Teraoka Shipyard Co.Ltd., Japan
Gross Tonnage 4305 t 458 t
Net Tonnage 1292 t 138 t
Dead Weight 8156.3 t 271 t
Light Weight 1880.0 t 453.03 t
L.O.A. 112.45m 31.50m
L.B.P. 109.95m 28.50m
Breadth 23.50m 9.0m
Moulded Depth 6.50m 4.07m
Draft moulded 4.50m 4.07m
Speed N/A 11.38m
Crew N/A 10 persons
Main Engine N/A Daihatsu Diesel MFG. Co. Ltd
Type N/A 6DLM-40F
Power N/A 2942kW
Propeller N/A Bronze working
Lying Gibraltar and is to be sold by Private Auction “as is, where is” at the time of Sale and on the Admiralty Marshal’s Conditions of
Sale. All offers must be submitted as per the Marshal’s Conditions and which to be received at the offices of :
Howe Robinson Partners (Gibraltar) Ltd.,
Suite 4, 3rd Floor, Leon House, 1 Secretary’s Lane, Gibraltar,
(Phone: +350-20075480 / e-mail : email@example.com)
by latest noon Gibraltar Tuesday 12th September, 2017.
The above particulars are given in good faith and no responsibility can be accepted for their accuracy. Purchasers must make and rely
upon their own enquiries.For arrangements to view the vessel, plans, Conditions of Sale, bid form etc., please visit our website
www.hrpauctions.com (then click on ‘Auction Listings’) or apply to our London Agents:
Howe Robinson Partners (Uk) Ltd
40 Gracechurch Street
London EC3V 0BT
Phone: +44 20 7457 8435
Mobile: +44 7957 813793
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