Atlantic Marine Continues Steady Stream Of Drydockings and Repairs

Wednesday, August 25, 1999
With vessels from both the European and U.S. market, Atlantic Marine is in the process of repairing a multitude of ships currently in drydock. On the domestic side, topside refurbishment was done to Strong American. Operated by the Jore Group, based in Seattle, some of the repairs included two side ramps, bow ramp, new D-rings, installed hatches and valve repair. Upcoming, the Moran Services operated barge Massachusetts, is scheduled for a routine drydocking and repair including hull cleaning and painting, sea valves and generator cleaning.

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