Vessels for sale in Japan

Ships for Sale Now (21/07/2024)

$14,000,000
For Sale: A high-quality LPG tanker built in 2012 and flying the flag of Japan. This well-maintained vessel has a carrying capacity of 1833 cubic meters Liquid Gas and currently has a draught of 4.2 meters. With a length overall (LOA) of 71.15 meters and a width of 12.2 meters, this tanker is perfectly suited for transporting liquid gas in comfort and style. Ideal for business owners looking for a dependable, cost-effective LPG tanker to help them succeed in the industry. Don't let this opportunity pass you by – contact us today to learn more!
$12,900,000
Looking for a reliable and efficient motor tanker for your liquid cargo transportation needs? Look no further than this Inland motor tanker sailing under the flag of the Netherlands! With a length overall of 110 meters and a width of 11.4 meters, there's plenty of space to safely and securely transport your cargo. This type C tanker is perfect for carrying a wide variety of liquid cargo, making it a versatile addition to any fleet. Don't miss out on this opportunity to own a high-quality vessel at a great price! Contact us today to learn more.
$4,500,000
For sale: Inland Motor Tanker sailing under the flag of Netherlands. This vessel can transport liquid cargo, type C, and measures 110 meters in LOA and 11.4 meters in width. With a spacious deck, this ship is perfect for safe and efficient transportation of your cargo. Don't miss the opportunity to own this versatile and reliable vessel! Contact us today for more information.
$4,300,000
Looking for a reliable and high-performing tanker for your shipping needs? Look no further than this 2008 Oil/Chemical Tanker! With a carrying capacity of 38375 t DWT and length overall of 182.85 meters, this tanker is built to handle even the most demanding sea journeys. Plus, with Malta-flagged certification, you can be sure of her quality and safety. Don't miss out on the opportunity to add this exceptional tanker to your fleet - contact us today for more information!
Ship for SaleYearPrice, USD
🇯🇵 Bulk Carrier (Japan) 2007US $953,206
🇯🇵 Bulk Carrier (Japan) 2018US $19,866,345
🇯🇵 Bulk Carrier (Japan) 2002US $3,132,961
🇯🇵 Bulk Carrier (Japan) 2009US $6,788,523
🇯🇵 Bulk Carrier (Japan) 1997US $2,827,296
🇯🇵 Container Ship (Japan) 2008US $61,919,370
🇯🇵 Container Ship (Japan) 2004US $3,736,393
🇯🇵 Container Ship (Japan) 2001US $2,397,050
🇯🇵 Container Ship (Japan) 1999US $5,359,319
🇯🇵 Container Ship (Japan) 2015US $8,237,211
🇯🇵 Container Ship (Japan) 2015US $58,468,028
🇯🇵 Container Ship (Japan) 2003US $16,506,403
🇯🇵 Container Ship (Japan) 2009US $8,193,256
🇯🇵 Container Ship (Japan) 2008US $12,386,281
🇯🇵 Container Ship (Japan) 2021US $30,706,011
🇯🇵 Container Ship (Japan) 2015US $54,491,844
🇯🇵 Container Ship (Japan) 2019US $27,382,974
🇯🇵 Crude Oil Tanker (Japan) 2019US $62,895,706
🇯🇵 General Cargo (Japan) 1991US $24,227,040
🇯🇵 General Cargo (Japan) 1985US $5,579,466
🇯🇵 General Cargo (Japan) 1965US $7,512,298
🇯🇵 General Cargo (Japan) 1983US $48,428,411
🇯🇵 General Cargo (Japan) 2013US $17,083,322
🇯🇵 General Cargo (Japan) 2009US $3,066,224
🇯🇵 General Cargo (Japan) 2004US $10,059,119
🇯🇵 General Cargo (Japan) 1990US $12,235,355
🇯🇵 General Cargo (Japan) 1999US $17,680,523
🇯🇵 LNG Tanker (Japan) 2002US $18,158,624
🇯🇵 LNG Tanker (Japan) 2018US $30,989,188
🇯🇵 LNG Tanker (Japan) 2007US $30,683,361
🇯🇵 LNG Tanker (Japan) 2021US $35,294,594
🇯🇵 LPG Tanker (Japan) 2000US $2,211,363
🇯🇵 LPG Tanker (Japan) 1999US $2,268,133
🇯🇵 Oil/Chemical Tanker (Japan) 2003US $2,925,720
🇯🇵 Oil/Chemical Tanker (Japan) 2011US $4,830,041
🇯🇵 Oil/Chemical Tanker (Japan) 2008US $3,228,744
🇯🇵 Oil/Chemical Tanker (Japan) 2008US $19,711,936
🇯🇵 Passenger (Japan) 1994US $13,045,511
🇯🇵 Passenger (Japan) 1983US $2,741,430
🇯🇵 Passenger (Japan) 2007US $14,671,433
🇯🇵 Passenger (Japan) 1994US $2,704,754
🇯🇵 Passenger (Japan) 2006US $29,067,909
🇯🇵 Passenger (Japan) 1998US $5,694,062
🇯🇵 Passenger (Japan) 1965US $886,772
🇯🇵 Passenger (Japan) 1988US $12,308,226
🇯🇵 Passenger (Japan) 1977US $1,345,504
🇯🇵 Passenger (Japan) 1973US $1,100,309
🇯🇵 Passenger (Japan) 1978US $3,429,243
🇯🇵 Passenger (Japan) 1992US $1,152,555
🇯🇵 Passenger (Japan) 1995US $12,848,188
🇯🇵 Passenger (Japan) 2003US $21,235,062
🇯🇵 Passenger (Japan) 1976US $2,948,142
🇯🇵 Passenger (Japan) 2012US $14,973,886
🇯🇵 Passenger (Japan) 2017US $20,217,283
🇯🇵 Passenger (Japan) 1996US $12,933,914
🇯🇵 Passenger (Japan) 2018US $10,535,280
🇯🇵 Passenger (Japan) 1982US $17,060,260
🇯🇵 Passenger (Japan) 2008US $18,347,807
🇯🇵 Passenger (Japan) 2010US $19,888,689
🇯🇵 Passenger (Japan) 2007US $37,790,171
🇯🇵 Passenger (Japan) 2007US $16,627,865
🇯🇵 Passenger (Japan) 1997US $9,335,384
🇯🇵 Passenger (Japan) 1994US $13,930,045
🇯🇵 Passenger (Japan) 1960US $1,679,171
🇯🇵 Passenger (Japan) 2004US $3,025,482
🇯🇵 Passenger (Japan) 1987US $2,569,389
🇯🇵 Passenger (Japan) 1990US $7,089,176
🇯🇵 Passenger (Japan) 2013US $34,195,980
🇯🇵 Passenger (Japan) 2002US $24,380,471
🇯🇵 Passenger (Japan) 1986US $4,862,745
🇯🇵 Passenger (Japan) 2013US $11,191,347
🇯🇵 Ro-Ro Cargo (Japan) 2000US $14,182,550

Ships for Sale in Japan, produce, trend



Since 2012, Japan's maritime industry has seen an impressive rebound from the 2009 financial crisis. This growth has been driven in part by a rise in global demand for ships, as well as government stimulus spending and favorable ship financing conditions. In fact, Japan is now the second largest shipbuilding nation in the world, behind China.

The majority of the ships built in Japan are cargo vessels or container ships, followed by oil tankers, chemical carriers and passenger ships. The two main shipyards in Japan are the Imabari Shipbuilding Co., Ltd. and JMU Kure Shipyard. They both started as commercial full-service yards and later expanded into engineering, design and production divisions.

In addition to the large shipyards, Japan is home to five additional yards. These range in size from the large Hachinohe and Kawasaki shipyard, to the small Akashi and Fukuyama shipyard. These yards all specialize in the repair, maintenance and construction of a variety of vessels of various sizes.

Over the last five years, the trend in vessel sales has been focused on Asia, with Japan being the largest player in the market. This is due to the country's comparatively robust economic growth and increased demand for ships. In 2012 alone, Japanese ship sales accounted for 25.4% of the global market. This is further evidenced by the fact that, of the 42 commercial vessels sold by Japanese shipyards in the first three quarters of 2012, 18 were sold to Asian customers, making it the largest market for new builds.

Furthermore, the rise in vessel sales has also seen an increase in profits for Japanese shipyards. For example, Imabari Shipbuilding Co. reported a 3.2 billion yen profit in 2013, up significantly from their 1.5 billion yen loss in 2012. Similarly, JMU Kure Shipyard more than doubled their profits, from 4 billion yen in 2012 to 10.4 billion yen in 2013.

Overall, Japan's maritime industry has seen a significant rebound since 2012. This growth is evident by the fact that Japan is now the second largest shipbuilding nation in the world and that vessel sales have been primarily focused on Asia. Furthermore, the rise in vessel sales has led to an increase in profits for both major shipyards and smaller ones alike.

Shipyard in Japan

Map of the shipyards in Japan. If you need to build a new ship or you are looking for a place where you need to repair. You can contact us and we will definitely help you. Mail to [email protected]

  1. SANWA DOCK CO., LTD
  2. Tsuneishi Factory
  3. MUKAISHIMA DOCKYARD
  4. MURAKAMI HIDE SHIPBUILDING CO., LTD
  5. YAMANISHI SHIPYARD CORP
  6. MITSUBISHI (MHI) YOKOHAMA DOCKYARD
  7. HAKODATE DOCK CO LTD
  8. MITSUI E&S - YURA SHIP REPAIR DEPT
  9. TSU SHIPYARD
  10. JMU AMTEC CO., LTD.
  11. Imari Shipyard & Works (Namura)
  12. OSHIMA SHIPBUILDING CO LTD
  13. Shin Kurushima Sanoyas Shipbuilding - OSAKA SHIPYARD
  14. IMABARI SAIJO SHIPYARD
  15. IMABARI HIROSHIMA SHIPYARD
  16. MITSUBISHI (MHI) SHIMONOSEKI SHIPYARD
  17. IMABARI MARUGAME SHIPYARD
  18. Shin Kurushima Ujina Dockyard
  19. SHIN KURUSHIMA TOKUSHIMA DOCKYARD CO., LTD.
  20. KAWASAKI HEAVY INDUSTRIES Kobe Works
  21. MIURA SHIPBUILDING CO., LTD.
  22. Shin Kurushima Sanoyas Shipbuilding - MIZUSHIMA SHIPYARD
  23. SHIN KURUSHIMA HIROSHIMA DOCKYARD
  24. KAWASAKI HEAVY INDUSTRIES - SAKAIDE WORKS
  25. KITANIHON SHIPBUILDING CO LTD
  26. ASAKAWA SHIPBUILDING
  27. IMABARI SHIMANAMI SHIPYARD
  28. INNOSHIMA WORKS
  29. HIGAKI SHIPBUILDING CO LTD ASAKAWA WORKS
  30. SASEBO HEAVY INDUSTRIES CO LTD
  31. MITSUBISHI (MHI) NAGASAKI SHIPYARD
  32. HAKATA SHIPBUILDING CO.,LTD.
  33. ARIAKE SHIPYARD
  34. KEGOYA DOCK CO.,LTD.
  35. NAMIKATA SHIPBUILDING CO LTD
  36. AICHI SHIPYARD
  37. FUKUOKA SHIPBUILDING CO., LTD.
  38. IMABARI SHIPBUILDING
  39. ISOGO WORKS-JMU
  40. KANDA SHIPBUILDING CO LTD
  41. KEIHIN SHIPYARD
  42. KYOKUYO SHIPYARD CORPORATION
  43. MAIZURU SHIPYARD
  44. MHI NAGASAKI SHIPYARD & MACHINERY WORKS
  45. MITSUBISHI (MHI) KOYAGI (NAGASAKI) SHIPYARD
  46. MITSUI ENGINEERING AND SHIPBUILDING OITA WORKS
  47. Naikai Zosen Corporation.
  48. ONOMICHI DOCKYARD CO LTD
  49. SHIKOKU DOCKYARD CO LTD
  50. Shin Kurushima - SHIN KOCHI JUKO CO.,LTD.
  51. YANO SHIPBUILDING
  52. YOKOHAMA SHIPYARD
  53. Yokosuka Shipyard - SUMITOMO HEAVY INDUSTRIES, LTD.
  54. TSURUMI WORKS
  55. MITSUI E&S - TAMANO WORKS
  56. IMABARI IWAGI ZOSEN
  57. IMABARI SHIPYARD & HEADOFFICE
  58. I-S SHIPYARD CO. LTD.
  59. MINAMINIPPON SHIPBUILDING CO.LTD.
  60. SHIN KASADO DOCKYARD CO., LTD.
  61. KURE SHIPYARD
  62. MITSUBISHI (MHI) KOBE SHIPYARD
  63. SHIN KURUSHIMA HASHIHAMA DOCKYARD
  64. Shin Kurushima Toyohashi Shipbuilding Co., Ltd.
  65. MITSUI E&S
  66. SASAKI SHIPBUILDING CO.,LTD.
  67. SHITANOE SHIPBUILDING CO.,LTD
  68. SAIKI HEAVY INDUSTRIES CO., LTD
  69. NAGASAKI ZOSEN K.K (NAGASAKI SHIPBUILDING CO LTD)
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David Anderson, age 35

born in the United States

John Smith is a seasoned sales manager with over 10 years of experience in the shipping industry. Born and raised in the United States, John developed a passion for the ocean at a young age and knew from an early age that he wanted to work in the maritime industry.

After completing his degree in marine transportation, John began his career as a sales representative for a shipping company, working his way up the ranks to eventually become a sales manager. In this role, John is responsible for managing a team of sales reps and overseeing the sales of the company's ships.

With his extensive knowledge of the shipping industry and his ability to build strong relationships with clients, John has proven to be an invaluable asset to the company. He is known for his ability to negotiate complex deals and close high-value sales, and he has a reputation for consistently meeting and exceeding sales targets.