Vessels for sale in Thailand

Ship for SaleYearPrice, USD
🇮🇳 Passenger (India) 2007US $12,222,966
🇲🇹 Passenger (Malta) 1957US $14,232,671
🇵🇦 Oil/Chemical Tanker (Panama) 2008US $3,905,381
🇭🇰 Passenger (Hong Kong S.A.R.) 1993US $9,176,448
🇵🇹 Passenger (Portugal) 2006US $53,086,751
🇮🇳 LPG Tanker (India) 2011US $8,570,720
🇻🇳 Passenger (Vietnam) 1992US $16,606,843
🇸🇬 LPG Tanker (Singapore) 2016US $5,099,230

Ships for Sale in Thailand, produce, trend

Thailand has a very vibrant and well-established shipbuilding industry. Over the past decade, the industry has seen a steady increase in sales and output of ships for sale in Thailand. In 2011, the number of vessels delivered from Thai shipyards to operators around the world hit a record high of nearly 300 ships.

The demand for vessels in Thailand is driven primarily by the oil and gas industry, which is the nation's primary economic driver. In 2011, Thailand-built vessels accounted for approximately 10 percent of the global oil and gas fleet capacity, making it the third largest producer of these vessels after China and South Korea.

Most vessels manufactured by shipyards in Thailand are smaller to mid-sized oil and gas vessels, such as offshore supply vessels, compact LNG carriers, plate carrying vessels and coastal tankers. In addition to these, Thailand is also developing new vessels such as FPSOs (floating production storage and offloading units), which are steadily increasing in popularity due to their suitability for a number of offshore tasks, such as drilling, production and storage.

The majority of the vessels delivered from Thai shipyards in 2011 were for offshore and coastal operations. This is largely due to the fact that Thailand has a favorable geographic location for these operations, with many of its main sea ports located close to key oil and gas areas in the region. This has resulted in a significant increase in vessels for sale in Thailand for operators looking to develop new projects in the region.

Looking ahead, it is expected that the success of shipbuilding in Thailand will continue as the industry looks to capitalize on ever-increasing demand for vessels in the region. With a wide range of shipyards, covering both volume and niche sectors, it is expected that Thai shipyards will remain competitive in the global market for the foreseeable future.

Shipyard in Thailand

Map of the shipyards in Thailand. 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. Ruammitr Dockyard
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