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Floating dry docks for sale

Floating dry docks for sale

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Commercial Boats Multicat Work. Push-Tow Vessel

1964 Commercial Boats Multicat Work. Push-Tow Vessel for sale

Commercial Boats

Alkmaar
North Holland, Kingdom of the Netherlands
1964
18.98 m
Used
€935,000
Class: Floating dry docks
Floating Homes Dock

1958 Floating Homes Dock for sale

Floating Homes

Greece
1958
77 m
Used
Price on request
Class: Floating dry docks
 Self Propelled Jack-Up Barge
2015
31.3 m
Used
Price on request
Class: Floating dry docks
 Floating Dock (Hss 9467)
1958
77 m
New
Price on request
Class: Floating dry docks
 Floating Dock Re-Dock 22.000 Lct
2006
239.88 m
Used
Price on request
Class: Floating dry docks
 Floating Dock 3Xbuilt In China
2010
139.29 m
Used
Price on request
Class: Floating dry docks
 Floating Dock Built In China

2010 Floating Dock Built In China for sale

People's Republic of China
2010
110.03 m
Used
Price on request
Class: Floating dry docks
 Floating Dock Built Korea
2006
96.32 m
Used
Price on request
Class: Floating dry docks
Floating Homes Dock

1992 Floating Homes Dock for sale

Floating Homes

Indonesia
1992
Used
€10,000,000
Class: Floating dry docks
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    Floating dry docks for sale on DailyBoats.com are listed for a range of prices, valued from $950,129 on the more basic models to $10,161,806 for the most expensive . The boats can differ in size from 18.98 m to 239.88 m. The oldest one built in 1958 year. This page features Commercial Boats and Floating Homes boats located in countries: Kingdom of the Netherlands, Greece, People's Republic of China, South Korea and Indonesia. To buy floating dry docks near you, use the search filter.

    Floating dry docks

    A floating dry dock is a structure that allows a ship to be floated into place for construction or repair. These docks are an important part of shipbuilding because they provide a safe and efficient way to build and repair ships.

    The history of floating dry docks dates back to the 18th century, when they were first used in England. Since then, they have been used all over the world and have become an essential part of shipbuilding. The benefits of floating dry docks include their flexibility, safety, and efficiency.

    There are different types of floating dry docks, each with its own advantages. The future of floating dry docks looks bright, as new technologies are being developed that will make them even more efficient and effective.