Date: 3/31/2023 3:12:08 PM

Details: Reviews 3

POL : Jebel Ali, UAE

POD : Chittagong Port, Bangladesh

Commodity : Camel’s (Livestock)

Quantity : 250 Camel’s

Freight : Sea


Please note

Approx weight of each Camel will be 600 to 700 kgs.

Stand 3.5 m

Sitting width 1.5

Sitting length 1.5

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Craig Kerwin
11/3/2023 2:59:36 AM New Zealand

Are you able to assist in shipping 25000 sheep and 5000 cattle from the Chatham Islands to Timaru port south island NZ

This can be over multiple voyages.

Charles Smart Egohe
8/24/2023 2:49:11 AM Kenya

Good day,

Urgently require Livestock Vessel for charter,

Cargo Type : Livestock (Dorper Sheep/ Aver.Weight, 40kgs Each)

Cargo Qty : 10,000 Live (Dorper Sheep)

Port of Loading : Lamu , Kenya

Port of Discharge: Muscat, Oman

Loading Rate : 5000 PWWD SHINC

Discharging Rate : 5000 PWWD SSHEX

Laycan : 14th -20th Sept , 2023

Adcom : 1.25% of total freight to be paid to Norske Shipping Agency (K) Limited


Zacharia Lukindo
7/7/2023 12:47:32 PM Tanzania, United Rep. of


Need a livestock chartered vessel from Dar es salaam port to Salalah Oman

Cargo: Live Cow (Calves)

2000 Head

Weight: 200 kgs each Cow

Carrier must have cages 

Planned date of first shipment is end of August,2023.

Please quote at the best rates.




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A charter vessel for livestock transport refers to a ship that has been specifically designed or converted for the purpose of transporting live animals, such as cattle, sheep, or goats, across seas or oceans. These vessels are chartered, meaning they are rented or leased by clients or companies for a specific period or voyage to transport livestock from one location to another.

Key features and considerations for livestock transport vessels include:

  1. Ventilation: Adequate ventilation is essential for the well-being of the animals on board. These vessels are equipped with advanced ventilation systems to provide a constant flow of fresh air and maintain a comfortable temperature for the livestock.

  2. Penning and Flooring: The vessel's interior is designed with pens or stalls to securely hold the animals during the voyage. The flooring is typically non-slip, slatted, or perforated to allow waste to pass through, ensuring a clean and hygienic environment for the animals.

  3. Feed and Water Systems: Livestock transport vessels are equipped with automated feeding and watering systems to ensure that the animals have access to adequate food and water throughout the journey.

  4. Waste Management: Efficient waste management systems, including the use of conveyor belts, vacuum systems, or flushing systems, are crucial for maintaining cleanliness and hygiene on board.

  5. Crew and Veterinary Support: The vessel is staffed with a trained crew and, in some cases, a veterinarian, to ensure the health and welfare of the animals during transportation.

  6. Regulatory Compliance: Livestock transport vessels must adhere to international and national regulations for animal welfare, biosecurity, and environmental standards.

Chartering a vessel for livestock transport involves contracting with a shipping company that specializes in this type of service. When selecting a charter vessel for livestock transport, it is essential to consider factors such as the vessel's capacity, ventilation, penning, and feeding systems, as well as the shipping company's experience and reputation in the industry. Ensuring the welfare of the animals and compliance with relevant regulations is crucial for a successful livestock transport operation.

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