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921

Saturday, April 4th 2015, 2:48am

Not a bad ship if somebody's looking for a token capital ship, but an odd-ball in a larger force.


Precisely why I am willing to put her on the market. Perhaps Mexico might be interested - they have bought a number of vessels from the Philippines. I know that the second hand market is rather thin but battlecruisers do not often come up for sale.

922

Saturday, April 4th 2015, 6:33pm

The Presidente Aguinaldo has been sold to Argentina, for delivery in October 1946.

923

Monday, April 6th 2015, 5:13pm

The Presidente Aguinaldo has been sold to Argentina, for delivery in October 1946.

Huh. Interesting...

924

Monday, April 6th 2015, 5:24pm

The Presidente Aguinaldo has been sold to Argentina, for delivery in October 1946.

Huh. Interesting...


I was surprised too, but who am I to look a decent tonnage offer in the mouth? The market's pretty thin at this point.

925

Sunday, July 26th 2015, 5:18pm

In Q1/47 all six G Class Light Cruisers will become available.

Specs Here

926

Sunday, August 23rd 2015, 4:37pm

During 1947 Belgium will be disposing of the following ships:

4x MW-1 Class minesweepers/ layers from Q1/47, maybe up to seven available
Specs

Available Q4/1947
All PC-1 Class escorts
Specs

927

Monday, November 2nd 2015, 8:19pm

In the unlikely event that someone is interested, the Kriegsmarine will be disposing of its inventory of Typ 36 Schnellboote (MTB). Thirty eight craft are available, with specifications here.

All reasonable offers will be considered.

928

Monday, November 2nd 2015, 8:39pm

Hmmm... not a bad idea to make Japan's huge MTB fleet even bigger... :)

929

Tuesday, November 3rd 2015, 9:27am

A reminder that all 6 G Class cruisers from GB and 4x MW-1 Class minesweepers/ layers and all PC-1 Class escorts from Belgium are still available.

930

Sunday, November 15th 2015, 3:51pm

The Belgian PC-1 and MS-1 class boats surplus to Belgian requirements have been sold to Pacifica for 3,000 tons.


From a British perspective, just trying to keep up with what stuff I have decommissioned for disposal. As of Q4/46 there are laid up:
Former Queen Elizabeth Class battleships: Queen Elizabeth, Barham, Valiant, Warspite
Former Kent Class heavy cruisers: Kent, Sussex, Norfolk, Suffolk
Former G Class light cruisers: Griffin, Gallant, Gibraltar, Gladiator, Glory, Goliath
Former S Class destroyers: Al Tami, Al Adrisi, Al Bahi, Al Shaab
Former V&W Class destroyers: Vampire, Vendetta, Voyager, Waterhen
Former Welsh Class destroyers: Powys, Cerin, Dyfed, Dummonia, Deira, Gwynedd, Luitcoyt, Rheged
Former Defiant Class torpedo boats: Defiant, Boxer, Hornet, Ferret, Lynx, Bruiser, Charger, Lark, Black Swan, Bittern, Stork, Hart, Peacock, Pheasant, Wren
Former Egyptian patrol craft: Darfeel, Noor-El-Bahr
Great War-era tankers: Elmol, Larchol, Limol, Sprucol

Some are only good for scrap but I'm willing to accept offers for some of the cruisers and even the battleships from the right places.

931

Friday, March 18th 2016, 6:35pm

Have we here a present overview, which ships are for sale ??? I know nobody will sell ships to China, but it would still be nice to know what is on the market.

932

Friday, March 18th 2016, 6:53pm

I've got nothing currently on the market, but I suppose I should review my planning spreadsheets.

933

Friday, March 18th 2016, 6:55pm

Have we here a present overview, which ships are for sale ??? I know nobody will sell ships to China, but it would still be nice to know what is on the market.


You seems to have done well enough at Bharat's last sale! :D

Germany has nothing for the market at the moment. The Philippines continues to scrap its remaining obsolete tonnage. Yugoslavia is probably going to write off a few twelve-year-old motor torpedo boats. Beyond that, I've got nothing...

934

Friday, March 18th 2016, 7:52pm

Neither Russia nor France have anything for sale at the moment, and neither are really in the habit of selling warships...

935

Saturday, March 19th 2016, 10:19am

Unfortunately Atlantis has nothing for sale as new ship building demands enough tonnage that most older stuff that doesn't get transferred to allies gets scrapped to pay for new stuff.

936

Monday, March 21st 2016, 9:42am

From a British perspective, there are laid up:
Former Queen Elizabeth Class battleships: Queen Elizabeth, Barham, Valiant, Warspite
Former Kent Class heavy cruisers: Kent, Sussex, Norfolk, Suffolk
Former S Class destroyers: Al Tami, Al Adrisi, Al Bahi, Al Shaab
Former V&W Class destroyers: Vampire, Vendetta, Voyager, Waterhen
Former Welsh Class destroyers: Cerin, Dyfed, Deira, Gwynedd, Luitcoyt, Rheged
Former Defiant Class torpedo boats: Defiant, Boxer, Hornet, Ferret, Lynx, Bruiser, Charger, Lark, Black Swan, Bittern, Stork, Hart, Peacock, Pheasant, Wren
Former Egyptian patrol craft: Darfeel, Noor-El-Bahr
Great War-era tankers: Elmol, Larchol, Limol, Sprucol

Most are available for sale, except the Counties and QE Class and some of the Welsh (or Powys) Class are likely to be reused as trials ships. Some of the smaller destroyers and TBs are pretty crappy even for second hand use so are likely to be sunk as targets or somesuch useful role.
The Egyptian ships listed here are technically property of the Egyptian Government so direct enquires to them would be less subject to British worries (the S Class are probably well worn but the Darfeel and Noor-El-Bahr have some life left).

937

Wednesday, January 4th 2017, 4:22pm

Peruvian Vessels for Sale

No that I expect to garner much interest, but the Peruvian Navy is willing to dispose of the three vessels of the Aripumac class during 1946 - if no takers, they will go to the breakers commencing in July of that year.

Where is DesertFox when you need him? :D