DBB specializes in passenger vessels for charterers, buyers and sellers in the global ship market. Vessels from 20m up to 150m length can be catered for and passengers from 10 up to 2000 in ferries, cruise ships or liveaboard vessels. Typically liveaboard and cruise vessels operate from 10-24 knots range whilst the high speed ferries will operate from 20 -50 knots.
We are the world's leader in selling in this market with our technical and commercial qualifications enabling a better appreciation of needs and realising best value for our clients.
Passenger vessels fall into the categories of charter vessels, liveaboards, cruise liners and ferries, with potential owners and investors able to sell, charter or buy second hand and new vessels to match operational needs throughout global access. Passenger needs for slower overnight or high speed transit applications can be provided in catamaran, monohull or other vessel types to suite buyer needs.
We focus on selling commercial vessels including ferries, cruise ships, liveaboards that are designed to generate income and can assist with buy/sell decisions in marine assets of these types.
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We have brokered the sale of marine businesses and boats worldwide for over 15 years. Director Neil Houlahan shares 5 things that will make the process easier and put more money in pocket when it comes to business sale.