A variety of liveaboard vessels are listed in monohull and multihull options. They can be sourced as new or second hand in multihull (catamaran) or monohull vessel configurations. Larger liveaboards tend to move into the small cruise ship category with passengers up to 300 able to operate in domestic or international locations. Vessel sizes can range from 20m up to 150m in length and can be SOLAS, classed or registered by local domestic flag states. If you are looking for larger passenger vessels go to our page http://www.dbbcruiseandferry.com/passenger-vessels/
Vessels usually have 10-14 knot speed applications and are predominantly made from steel carrying passengers overnight for up to 2 weeks.
Some multihull alloy hulls are in the group and for more cost conscience buyers hardwood timber options can be sources at very low competitive pricing. Sizes are from 8 to 50 passengers. Some aluminium options are available with quality new build vessels being developed for the market to reduce overall operating costs in fuel and powering.
Tourism businesses are beginning to see improvement in domestic support internal to a country. Australia has lower chinese numbers than pre pandemic period however political issue have hindered support from that market. European numbers have lifted in 2022 and continue to improve as the cruise market also recovers with return of international ships to Australian ports.
The issue There is a demand that will not be met in the future to support Australian aluminium manufacturing programs due to the reduction in manufacturing capacity in country. This is a trend occurring in the Australian aluminium manufacturing sector that appears to have to date, gone under the radar for the broader market.
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