The military vessels listed here are retired units from various navies including research and patrol craft. They range in size from 10m as RIBs up to frigate around 150m in length. Countries usually dispose of the craft after a 25-30 year life depending on the quality of the original build. They are then usually ready for sale or purchaase to the private sector as the systems tend to be obselete and the military systems need upgrading. Additional passenger vessel options can be found at our page http://www.dbbcruiseandferry.com/passenger-vessels/
Some larger slower ships are usefull choices for liveaboard/passenger conversions and are therefore listed in those areas as well.
The standards are usually to naval domestic rules and can vary from the commercial IACS standards. Accommodation standards can vary depending on the navy that operated the platform with amalgamation of space possible for private vessel use once purchased.
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