A&P Southhampton to Repair Sundream

Wednesday, October 23, 2002
A&P Group has won the contract to carry out repairs to the 22,945grt Cruise Liner Sundream at its Southampton dry dock facility. The ship, which is operated by Sun Cruises (part of the MyTravel Group), will arrive at A&P Southampton on 26th October for a scheduled 21 day dry dock and refit period. Work will include extensive tank repairs, blasting and painting of the hull and davits, shell door inspections, various steel and pipe work renewals, port tail shaft and stabiliser surveys as well as general machinery overhauls. The Sundream, which trades in the Mediterranean, Northern Europe and the Caribbean, is the first Sun Cruises liner to dry dock with the A&P Group.
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