Gordon Brothers has been engaged on an exclusive basis to offer for sale by private treaty the Tek-Ocean Spirit, a multi-purpose platform supply vessel, on behalf of Barry Wight and Daniel Juratowitch of Cor Cordis, the administrators of Tek-Ocean Group.

Gordon Brothers will manage the disposition of the vessel, which is docked in Victoria, Australia, and will market it for sale to the international marine market.

Built in 1991 at Ulstein Verft As in Norway, Tek-Ocean Spirit has an open cargo deck equipped to handle liquid and dry bulk cargoes. The vessel has undergone multiple maintenance and retrofitting upgrades throughout its working life and was recently converted for inspection, maintenance and repair, remotely operated vehicle and subsea operations with the addition of a 60-tonne AHC crane, mezzanine deck, and launch and recovery system.

“This presents prospective buyers an excellent opportunity to acquire a well-maintained, reputable and prompt available vessel,” Oliver Veart, director of marine and valuations at Gordon Brothers, said. “This is a significant marine disposition engagement for our firm, and we look forward to building upon our market-leading disposition and appraisal capabilities in the marine, shipping and offshore markets in Australia while continuing our expansion throughout Asia Pacific.”

“We’re pleased to partner with Gordon Brothers on this disposition,” Wight, who is a partner at Cor Cordis, said. “The firm has a strong international presence and marine expertise, which will help us realize the vessel’s maximum value.”