The Atlantis has been a part of a fleet for over 10 years, and she has served very well as a ship and oil platform supply vessel. However, the owner has upgraded to newer workboats, and it’s time to relinquish this very capable vessel to a new owner.
The parts of the vessel that are in disrepair are the same parts that are typically
renewed / replaced when performing an expedition yacht conversion. Therefore,
rather than scrap her, the owner has decided to offer her at a very good price as a
candidate for conversion.
Pier 77, located at the same harbor on Galveston Island as the vessel, is a yacht
retrofit and repair company with a travel lift, floating steel drydock, and a graving
dock. The new owner may elect to purchase the vessel as-is and tow to a yard of
their choosing for conversion, or the new owner may elect to perform the
conversion at the Pier 77 yard.
Detailed specifications can be provided upon request.
Asking price hull without machinery: $49,999
Priced to owner's specifications for optional full conversion on site at Pier 7Breakdown as follows: 1. Vessel as-is - $50,000 2. Hull steel repair - $100,000 3. Install New Engines - $200,000 & up 4. Other Machinery - $200,000 & up 5. Refurbish and replace deck and topsides structure - $300,000 & up 6. Outfit topsides finishes and trim - $500,000 & up 7. New wheelhouse electronics - $200,000 & up 8. Exterior painting & fairing - $50,000 & up 9. Engineering - $110,000 & up
Speed & Distance
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