Vessels for sale in Zimbabwe

Ship for SaleYearPrice, USD
🇮🇹 Oil/Chemical Tanker (Italy) 2006US $2,062,502
🇻🇳 Oil/Chemical Tanker (Vietnam) 2011US $5,921,320
🇷🇺 Passenger (Russia) 1991US $11,558,586
Oil/Chemical Tanker (Greece) 2007US $20,696,265
🇩🇰 Passenger (Denmark) 2006US $13,522,555
🇰🇷 Passenger (Korea South) 1993US $11,777,230
🇲🇭 Passenger (Marshall Islands) 1984US $5,615,619
🇵🇦 Passenger (Panama) 2001US $18,594,044

Ships for Sale in Zimbabwe, produce, trend

Zimbabwe is known for its booming maritime industry and has long been a leader in the African marine sector. Despite the nation's struggles with financial and political instability, its shipyards have crafted some of the most impressive vessels to be found in the region. In this analytical article, we'll take a look at the ships and vessels that were available for sale in 2009, trends across the industry, and the role of the Zimbabwean shipyard.

In 2009, it was estimated that there were over 200 vessels, both fishing boats and luxury ships, up for sale in Zimbabwe. The prices ranged from a few thousand to over a million, and there was a range of different types of boats available, from dinghies to large vessels capable of carrying passengers and goods to remote ports.

The majority of vessels for sale in 2009 were either second-hand or old craft that had been refurbished for sale. While small boats dominated the majority of sales, there was a sizable market for luxury vessels as well, with large yachts and cruise ships fetching the highest prices.

The most significant trend seen in Zimbabwe's marine sector in 2009 was the increasing presence of foreign buyers. Many buyers were from outside of the country, attracted by the potential bargains to be had in Zimbabwe's lower cost of living. The Chinese in particular were a notable presence in the market, as they were eager to buy up as many vessels as possible.

The Zimbabwean shipyard also played a significant role in the country's maritime industry. The yard was responsible for building, refurbishing and refitting a number of boats and vessels, and their expertise was invaluable in ensuring that second-hand crafts were safe and able to last for long periods of time on the open sea.

Overall, 2009 was an impressive year for the marine industry in Zimbabwe. It was clear that the country had established itself as a key player in the African maritime market and was continuing to attract foreign buyers. With the help of the knowledgeable and passionate shipyards, 2019 saw countless vessels sold and prepared for the open sea.

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.