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NEW BUILD - Watercraft Clam



Listing ID:
1067

DESCRIPTION:NEW BUILD - Watercraft Clam
DATE LAUNCHED:Built to Order
LOCATION:ex factory, Italy
BROKER:Giuseppe Filippone
PRICE:POA

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General Description:

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Material: steel, stainless steel or aluminum. 
 
Technical Description: They are designed for cleaning the bottom of the nurseries , for the collection , the storage and selection of clams .
 
It 'a hull with flat bottom having installed at the bow a belt conveyor equipped with a particular device (patented) for the removal of the bottom and on the central bridge, approximately 35 square meters, it is possible to install the equipment ( screens, pumps, selectors clams, etc ).
 
Vessels of this type are provided in almost all the Venetian lagoon and several consortia of Chioggia Fishermen, Goro and surroundings . Thanks to sophisticated machinery installed on board, the clams are unloaded from vessels already packaged , ready for purging in the sheds. The innovation of these vessels has greatly facilitated the work of the fishermen that before the introduction of this vessel, in the 90s, everything was done by hand.
 
The cutting equipment solutions can be decided with the customer.
 
The Province of Ferrara has done a study on innovation introduced by our boats of sowing and fishing techniques of clams and published the results in a book.
They were also often objects of interviews with fishermen, owners of our boats, from TV shows such as Ocean Planet.
 

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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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