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Listings for Tugs for sale (7)

Towing tug 2000hp for sale

$1,650,000

Towing tug 2000hp for sale

Towing tug, built in 1991 in Japan and refurbished in June 2010 in South Korea, is listed for sale and available for inspection in South […]

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Harbor tug 5220hp for sale

$2,750,000

Harbor tug 5220hp for sale

Harbor tug, built in February 2011, is available for sale in South Korea. The vessel has length of 38.00 m, beam of 10.00 m, depth […]

99 total views, 3 today

Towing tug 1000hp sale

$230,000

Towing tug 1000hp for sale

The very good and reliable 1984-built towing tug is available for sale and ready for inspection. The ship was completed in September 1984 in Japan. […]

110 total views, 2 today

Harbow tug 2070hp sale

$1,950,000

Harbor Tug 2070 hp

Harbor towing tug in very good condition is available for sale. The vessel was built in 2012 in South Korea and is available for inspection […]

77 total views, 1 today

Harbor Tug 1700hp

$1,250,000

Harbor Tug 1700hp

The towing tug is classified by Korean Class Register and was built in June 2001. The vessel has overall length of 28.50 m, beam of […]

277 total views, 3 today

Towing tug 3500 hp sale

$2,900,000

Towing Tug 3500hp

Towing tug is listed for sale with urgent need at really low price. The vessel was built in 2016 in South Korea and has overall […]

284 total views, 0 today

Harbor Tug 3400hp

$1,700,000

Harbor Tug 3400hp for sale

Towing tug with gross tonnage of 205 GRT is listed for sale and currently located in Kunsan, South Korea. The vessel has length of 35.15 […]

276 total views, 2 today

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