Sale of the former HMS Walney fibre glass vessel
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For information on current or future sales of surplus Ministry of Defence equipment please visit Disposal Services Authority.
Disposal Services Authority (DSA) is inviting expressions of interest for the tender of the former HMS Walney single role minehunter M104.
The Disposal Services Authority (DSA) is inviting expressions of interest for the sale of the ex-single role mine hunter, Walney for ‘further use’ or ‘recycling’.
Viewings of the vessel are due to take place late September early October but only parties that have a valid Pre Qualification Questioner (PQQ) or have received confirmation their PQQ has been successful (PQQ which needs to be completed and returned for all companies not holding a valid PQQ) will be invited to tender for the vessel and attend viewings.
The Disposal Services Authority is the Ministry of Defence’s (MOD) organisation with the sole authority to dispose of all MOD surplus equipment in the UK and overseas for example aircraft, aircraft spares, ships, boats, river craft and other marine vessels and spares, military and domestic’s vehicles, with the exception of nuclear, domestic waste and infrastructure. The DSA is unique in government, specialising in disposal of surplus equipment.
Published: 13 November 2014
Updated: 10 September 2015
- Added replacement advert.
- Updated advert document.
- Added new advert and information about viewings for former HMS Walney single role minehunter in Spetember and October 2015.
- Closing date for sale has been extended to Monday 2 February at 10:00 hrs.
- Added notice of tender and photos.
- First published.
From: Ministry of Defence