Charter Vessel

Landing Barge ‘Reef Safari’

  • Charter workboat / landing barge
  • Hire from Cairns, Queensland.
  • 8-meter aluminium landing craft with a bow door
  • Ideal for work in shallow water or for beach access
  • Perfect for freight and fuel transfers

About The Vessel

Charter workboat/landing barge for hire from Cairns, Queensland.

The landing barge ‘Reef Safari’ is an 8-meter aluminium landing craft with a bow door. With an 0.3 meter draft, she is ideal for work in shallow water or beach access, and for freight and fuel transfer.

She has a 25 horsepower Yamaha high thrust outboard and comes with optional 3,000-litre fuel cells if required.

Reef Safari is available for long-term charter and occasional workboat barge hire.

She may be chartered alone or in conjunction with one of our other long-range vessels for offshore and remote area supply work. View tug boat ‘Gulf Explorer’.

Vessel Specifications

Landing Barge Reef Safari

Registration AMSA certificate of operation class 1E

Vessel Length 8 meters

Vessel Breadth 2.5 meters

Vessel Draft 0.3m

Engine 25hp Yamaha 4 Stroke

Fuel Type Unleaded

Fuel Capacity Can transport an additional 2 x 1500 litre fuel cells

Vessel Weight 1.5 ton

Commercial Workboat Charter Rates

North Marine offer both hourly and daily landing barge charter rates, in line with competitive industry standards.

Charter rates include time loading and unloading, voyage time, and duration at the worksite.

If required, use of our hi-ab truck or dogman and franna crane may incur additional charges.

To discuss a landing barge charter, please contact [email protected]

A full pricing schedule may be requested, by contacting us.


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North Marine Vessel Charters

Based in Cairns Queensland, our charter vessels work anywhere inside of the Australian Exclusive Economic Zone EEZ.

We offer competitive industry rates for workboat charters throughout the Pacific Ocean, tailoring solutions to any project on the water.


* Please note this information was correct as of January 2020. Specifications may change or upgrade over time. Please contact us if up-to-date specifications are required or for further information

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