This catalog combines the majority of ships that are offered for sale to date. However, given the mobility of the market, we recommend that you take advantage of the advice of our specialists who will help you navigate the price range, advise on the availability of relevant offers on the market and help you choose the right vessel. Information on vessels in this catalog is tabulated. Sorting is possible by vessel type (for example, the name "Amur" corresponds to the "Amur" type of the river-sea vessel), the year of issue. The column "DWT / Draft" also provides for sorting. For most ships, it contains information on the deadweight and draft of the cargo vessel, but for some ships there may be exceptions (for example, for passenger ships the number of passengers may be indicated). Sorting is not performed on the following columns and they are of a reference nature. In particular, the "Class" column contains the cargo vessel class and additional information. The "Next DD / SS" column contains information on how long the DD and the next survey are scheduled for (SS). The column "Position" is intended for information about the region of work of the vessel. The column "photo" contains photographs of ships.
For the convenience of quick selection of the required category of vessels, special sections are provided that filter information from the table in accordance with the selected category of vessels. Thus, the section "River-Sea" with a small draft will display information only for vessels that are intended to transport ships within the sea area and are suitable for traffic along river beds. As can be seen from the title of this section, these vessels are characterized by low draft and high carrying capacity for this sediment. For larger dry cargo ships with large sizes and deadweight, a special section "Dry cargo" is provided. Unlike the vessels of the previous section, models of this category do not provide for movement along rivers. In the section "Tankers", large ships intended for the transport of liquid bulk cargoes came into contact. All other vessels, including passenger and fishing vessels, as well as related equipment (for example, cranes) are combined in the section "Tugs of Barge and others" If you select a section, all information will also be displayed in a table similar in structure to the general table of this catalog. But because of sorted information, it will be easier to navigate in sentences.