And they often are a preferred housing option for cockroach families, particularly in the tropics.
Any news yet about the outcome of the auction?
Speed: 35-40 knots - I really like that one :D:D:D
"NORD" about to dock in Vladivostok shortly, according to AIS, still reporting Cayman registration
The bridge would be same deck as the wing stations, I assume. That low would result in quite limited visibility / dead angle forward, right?
classic grassroots movement :)
The captain confirmed the owner as an ex KGB close Putin friend, I believe
still in Narvik, desperately trying to find someone to sell them fuel for the last 20 days...
Both vessels doing 6kn slowly eastward, well outside 12nm zones
From Valencia, Spain
A 150' classic German Frers designed SY, half-finished by Derecktor in the late 90ies before the owner went to jail, is still bobbing around...
Very true - but no EBIT, EBITDA or CF reported. So just assuming industry average profitability.
> 2.2 x revenue is not a bargain basement price ... tough to make a decent return on investment at this price level
And relocate the ER air intakes from low on the side decks, to a better protected higher location, plus some extra fuel for serious ocean cruising...
Two were built in NZ: the 66/now 72 with a single Lugger, and the 72 with twin Cats
The 66 actually had a stern extension to 72
A nice 2016 clip on youtube
I believe, she sold last year as NIKITA under a lease model via the AMI Kids yacht donation scheme, after some years of back and forth on the open...
Koopnautic was bought by Naiad many years ago. Not long ago, we were able to get service documentation for an old Koopnautic system from them.
[ATTACH] More recent models, along this line of North Sea Explorers, were designed by Vripack, and a couple built also in the 70/75 ft range ...
SOLD - sorry, I forgot to update ....