Valuing your vessels, for what it's worth…

May 2011
Ausmarine;May2011, Vol. 33 Issue 7, p10
Trade Publication
The author discusses ways in determining the value of one's marine vessel. He explains that the reputation of boat building yards that previously handled the vessel and boat specifications are considered important in assessing the final resale value of vessels. He offers a comparison between the life span of vessels like hopper barges and dry cargo ships. The significance of environmental compliance and exhaust emissions in making ship valuations is also noted.


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