Lapponian Reefer Docks at A&P Falmouth

Thursday, January 31, 2002
The Cayman Islands reefer vessel, Lapponian Reefer, has recently completed a nine day dry docking program where it underwent an extensive 10 year survey and repair work. The 11,095dwt vessel, owned by Holy House Shipping, dry docked on January 7, 2002 for works which included repairs of internal tank fractures, survey and repairs of sea valves, overhaul of the main engine, survey bearings and turbo charger overhaul. The gearbox was also opened and surveyed and the propeller blades were removed and surveyed. Other works included the removal and renewal of approximately 2,297 ft. of pipelines on the main decks, repairs of the main deck cranes and renewal of the hydraulics for the free-fall lifeboat.
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