The MV Ocean Drover (formerly the MV Becrux), was commissioned in 2002 and is the world’s largest, purpose-built livestock carrier, with advanced ventilation, feed and water systems.
The vessel is capable of transporting 75,000 sheep or 18,000 cattle to major markets around the globe.
The MV Ocean Outback, a sister ship to the MV Ocean Swagman, was launched in late 2010.
Like her sister ship, the vessel can transport 6000 cattle or 25,000 sheep, or a combination of both.
The MV Ocean Outback is the next generation in livestock vessel design and construction. At…
The MV Ocean Swagman, a new technologically advanced, purpose-built vessel, sailed on its maiden voyage in January 2010.
The vessel has the capacity to transport 6000 cattle or 25,000 sheep, or a combination of both.
The MV Ocean Swagman is the next generation in livestock vessel …
The MV Ocean Shearer is largely based on the proven and successful design of Wellard’s MV Ocean Drover. It has the capacity to transport 20,000 cattle or 75,000 sheep or a combination of both, and is suited to trans-hemisphere routes.
The major improvements that have been incorporated int…