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John Kearns - Ship Broker



Listing ID:
590342

Description:Ship Broker
Date Launched:Long enough ago to have gained a wealth of experience.
Length:No Comment.
Displacement:Sensible with ballast in the right places.
Location:Auckland, New Zealand
Broker:Contact John at: john.kerns@seaboats.net - +64 21 400 805

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John Kearns is one of our Shipbrokers with a long and varied maritime background.  

"In the early 1970’s our family built a small brigantine and in 1976 my father and I set sail from New Zealand to Florida via Australia, South East Asia, Southern Africa, South America and the Caribbean over an 8-year period.  I then found work in Australia as a scaffolder and rigger for a couple of years before ending up back in New Zealand working on a longline fishing vessel and then on a 52 ft wooden sloop to gain some commercial sea time so I could start sitting my commercial maritime qualifications.

During my maritime career I was fortunate enough to work on a wide variety of vessels including charter vessels, ferries, super yachts, offshore support vessels, dredgers and tall ships, whilst gaining a few more maritime qualifications and getting to undertake a few deliveries around the South Pacific, North West Pacific, South East Asia and the Indian Ocean.

I have been with SeaBoats since 2010 and have built up strong relationships with the Offshore Supply industry and tug operators, along with undertaking vessel valuations and selling a few yachts for good measure."

 


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IMPORTANT: The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct their agents, or their surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

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