Since our first sale in 1983, Marcon has sold/chartered over 1,526 vessels and barges between companies located in the U.S. and worldwide. We specialize in the towing, marine construction and offshore petroleum industries. Although our primary focus as shipbrokers is in the sale, purchase and charter markets, we have also assisted many companies with valuations of individual vessels and fleets, as well as evaluating capital acquisitions, market rates and feasibility of trade routes.
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Marcon has completed nine sales and one charter so far in 2021, after concluding 22 sales, tows or charters in 2020.
2 July 2021 - Marcon is pleased to announce that Intertug has sold its 1,800HP twin screw tug "Carex" to US Virgin Island based buyers.
15 June 2021 - Marcon International, Inc. is pleased to announce a private transaction involving a U.S. Flag Ocean Deck Barge. The barge is ABS classed, measuring 400' x 100' x 24' with DWT of 17,586 short tons at max draft.
15 June 2021 - Crowley Marine Services Inc. has sold two of their 7,200BHP Invader series tugs, "Stalwart" and "Bulwark", to private Washingtonian interests.
March 18, 2021 - Marcon acted as the exclusive broker in the sale of two 1,800BHP sister tugs, "Millie Cruz" and "Dana Cruz" to private buyers. The tugs were built as special purpose shallow draft tugs with ABS loadlines for coastal and river work.
Every year, Marcon publishes semiannual Market Reports
on the offshore, inland river pushboat, tank barge and tug markets; and two Newsletters
, each containing an article and a selection of featured listings.
All Available Boats - In Rememberance of 9/11
All Available Boats
On Sept. 11, 2001, the largest sea evacuation in history took place in Lower Manhattan. Civilians streaming off of the island in the aftermath of the World Trade Center attacks were ferried to safety by all manner of working boats. In the end, nearly 500,000 people were rescued from Manhattan by boat. (Courtesy of Workboat magazine.)