The O’Carroll Group of Companies

Marine Consultancy

We can deliver all ship and rig types (wet or dry tow), heavy lift cargoes on barges, and motor or sail yachts.

The O’Carroll Group

Cargo Broking

CARGO SERVICES…PORT TO PORT, BACK FREIGHT
Introducing the first interactive ‘publish yourself ’ format of Fixtures and Position, Cargo broking site.

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The O’Carroll Group

Marine Consultancy

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The O’Carroll Group

Ship Broking

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Buy and sell ships, oil rigs and more .quickly see what’s on the market and select the vessel that best suits your needs.

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OUR SERVICES

Cargo Broking

Introducing the first interactive ‘publish yourself’ format of Fixtures and Positions, Cargo broking site.

Ship Broking

Buy and sell ships, oil rigs and more. Quickly see industry awareness. what’s on the market and select the vessel that best suits your needs.

Marine Consultancy

A market leader in the provision of survey and loss adjusting services for almost two decades.

Rigmoving

Experienced European 'Hands-on' Rigmovers and Marine Warranty Surveyors are available 24/7.
We deliver, and position all types of jack-ups, semi-submersibles, and supervise oversize out-of-guage cargo shipments
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