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Admiralty Marshall Directs Sale of 'Clipper Faith' Cargo Vessel Berthed in Dublin Port

20th May 2013
Admiralty Marshall Directs Sale of 'Clipper Faith' Cargo Vessel Berthed in Dublin Port

Clipper Faith, the cargo vessel at the centre of a High Court proceedings earlier this month is to go for public auction by direction of Admiralty Marshall one of the largest vessels directed to be sold this way in recent years.

The auction will be held at 12.00 noon on Friday, 14th June 2013 at the Clarion Hotel, IFSC Centre, North Wall, Dublin 1.

Earlier this month a High Court judge expressed concern for the crew of the Belize registered 19,000 tonnes cargo ship detained in Dublin Port since last March and who have not been paid since late last year.

Further details, photographs & conditions of sale from auctioneer Dominic Daly is below and downloadable MS word file below.

PUBLIC AUCTION
(if not previously sold)

BY DIRECTION ADMIRALTY MARSHALL
THE HIGH COURT
DUBLIN, IRELAND.
M.V. CLIPPER FAITH

IMO No 9149677. Registered Belize City.
Built 1998, China. Bulk Carrier.
L.O.A. 181.00m. B 26.00m. D 14.40m
GRT 19,354. NET 9,614.
Engines Man B&W, 5S50MC, MCR-6400KW, MSR-5760KW

Auction: 12.00 noon on Friday, 14th June 2013
At the Clarion Hotel, IFSC Centre, North Wall, Dublin 1, Ireland.
The vessel is offered For Sale AS SEEN AS IS at Dublin Port.

Further Details, Photographs & Conditions Of Sale from:
DOMINIC J. DALY, AUCTIONEER
PEMBROKE HOUSE, PEMBROKE STREET, CORK, IRELAND.
Tel: (353) 21 4277399 or mobile: (353) 87 2550486
Email: [email protected]

Full advert on the Commercial section of the Afloat Boats for Sale website

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