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Aqua Marine

The earliest records of waterborne activity mention the carriage of items for trade; the evidence of history and archaeology shows the practice to be widespread by the beginning of the 1st millennium BC, and as early as the 14th and 15th centuries BC small Mediterranean cargo ships like those of the 50 foot long (15–16 metre) Uluburun ship were carrying 20 tons of exotic cargo; 11 tons of raw copper, jars, glass, ivory, gold, spices, and treasures from Canaan, Greece, Egypt, and Africa. The desire to operate trade routes over longer distances, and throughout more seasons of the year, motivated improvements in ship design during the Middle Ages.

Before the middle of the 19th century, the incidence of piracy resulted in most cargo ships being armed, sometimes quite heavily, as in the case of the Manila galleons and East Indiamen. They were also sometimes escorted by warships.

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Our fleet

ALMERIA (IMO 8727599)

Year built:
1976
Flag:
Ukraine
Type:
VOLGO BALT
Class:
RSU
DWT:
2850 mtns
Draft:
3.9 m
Gt.
2592 tons
Nt.
1208 tons
Loa
107.35 m
Beam
13 m

NEFTERUDOVOZ-45M IMO 8138712

Year built:
1983
Flag:
Ukraine
Type:
Ore/Oil Carrier
Class:
RSU
DWT:
3280 mtns
Draft:
3.8 m
Gt.
2629 tons
Nt.
789 tons
Loa
119.06 m
Beam
13.47 m

NEFTERUDOVOZ-46M IMO 8226351

Year built:
1983
Flag:
Ukraine
Type:
Ore/Oil Carrier
Class:
RSU
DWT:
3280 mtns
Draft:
3.5 m
Gt.
2629 tons
Nt.
789 tons
Loa
119.06 m
Beam
13.47 m

PALLADIY IMO 8856261

Year built:
1984
Flag:
Cameroon
Type:
General Cargo
DWT:
4903 mtns
Draft:
3.6 m
Gt.
3994 tons
Nt.
1302 tons
Loa
138.8 m
Beam
16.70 m

NEFTERUDOVOZ-46M IMO 8226351

Year built:
1983
Flag:
Ukraine
Type:
Ore/Oil Carrier
Class:
RSU
DWT:
3280 mtns
Draft:
3.5 m
Gt.
2629 tons
Nt.
789 tons
Loa
119.06 m
Beam
13.47 m

PALLADIY IMO 8856261

Year built:
1984
Flag:
Cameroon
Type:
General Cargo
DWT:
4903 mtns
Draft:
3.6 m
Gt.
3994 tons
Nt.
1302 tons
Loa
138.8 m
Beam
16.70 m

LEONID KHOTKIN IMO 8949434

Year built:
1970
Flag:
Cameroon
Type:
General Cargo
DWT:
5446 mtns
Draft:
3.8 m
Gt.
4997 tons
Nt.
2298 tons
Loa
138.3 m
Beam
16.50 m

BORIS PEVKIN IMO 8971188

Year built:
1970
Flag:
Cameroon
Type:
General Cargo
DWT:
5446 mtns
Draft:
2.4 m
Gt.
4997 tons
Nt.
2298 tons
Loa
138.3 m
Beam
16.70 m

DREMORA 1 IMO 9407029

Year built:
2008
Flag:
Russia
Type:
General Cargo
DWT:
5446 mtns
Draft:
3.0 m
Gt.
4089 tons
Nt.
2191 tons
Loa
114.2 m
Beam
15.85 m

DREMORA 2 IMO 9471800

Year built:
2009
Flag:
Russia
Type:
General Cargo
DWT:
5326 mtns
Draft:
5.4 m
Gt.
4089 tons
Nt.
2191 tons
Loa
114.2 m
Beam
15.85 m

DREMORA 3 IMO 9471812

Year built:
2010
Flag:
Russia
Type:
General Cargo
DWT:
4402 mtns
Draft:
3.5 m
Gt.
2995 tons
Nt.
2191 tons
Loa
114.2 m
Beam
15.85 m

VOLGO-DON 5066 IMO 8873752

Year built:
1977
Flag:
Cambodia
Type:
General Cargo
DWT:
5313 mtns
Draft:
2.6 m
Gt.
3994 tons
Loa
137 m
Beam
17 m

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Ship Repair

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The earliest records of waterborne activity mention the carriage:

  • The earliest records of waterborne activity widespread
  • The earliest records of waterborne activity widespread
  • The earliest records of waterborne activity widespread

The earliest records of waterborne activity mention the carriage of items for trade; the evidence of history and archaeology shows the practice to be widespread by the beginning of the 1st millennium BC, and as early as the 14th and 15th centuries BC small Mediterranean cargo ships like those of the 50 footThe earliest records of waterborne activity mention the carriage of items for trade; the evidence of history and archaeology shows

Ship Chartering

The earliest records of waterborne activity mention the carriage of items for trade; the evidence of history and archaeology shows the practice to be widespread by the beginning of the 1st millennium BC, and as early as the 14th and 15th centuries BC small Mediterranean cargo ships like those of the 50 footThe earliest records of waterborne activity mention the carriage of items for trade; the evidence of history and archaeology shows

Ship Management

The earliest records of waterborne activity mention the carriage of items for trade; the evidence of history and archaeology shows the practice to be widespread by the beginning of the 1st millennium BC, and as early as the 14th and 15th centuries BC small Mediterranean cargo ships like those of the 50 footThe earliest records of waterborne activity mention the carriage of items for trade; the evidence of history and archaeology shows

The earliest records of waterborne activity mention the carriage:

  • The earliest records of waterborne activity widespread
  • The earliest records of waterborne activity widespread
  • The earliest records of waterborne activity widespread

The earliest records of waterborne activity mention the carriage of items for trade; the evidence of history and archaeology shows the practice to be widespread by the beginning of the 1st millennium BC, and as early as the 14th and 15th centuries BC small Mediterranean cargo ships like those of the 50 footThe earliest records of waterborne activity mention the carriage of items for trade; the evidence of history and archaeology shows

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Georgia, Tbilisi, Didube District, Ak. Tsereteli Avenue, №72, Floor 1, Building №2.