Viktor Lenac Books Strong Business

Friday, October 22, 2004
In September the shipyard completed repairs on nine vessels with various descriptions on the jobs performed. Standard shiprepair jobs were performed on the 8,945 dwt reefer vessel Hudson Bay, owned by German company Thien & Heyenga, and the 5,782 dwt LPG vessel Gas Century, managed by Cyprus based Hanseatic Shipping. The 18,582 dwt product tanker Calitea, owned by CA LI SA, Italy underwent standard drydock works continuing the good cooperation between the shipyard and the owner (the vessel has been under repair and conversion several times in Viktor Lenac during the last few years). After completion of the repair of the 5,885 dwt Mekhanik Yuzvovich, owned by Azov Shipping in August, works on a second CFD Mariupol vessel, the 8,540 dwt general cargo vessel Vasilly Belokonenko, were completed in September. Smaller repairs were carried out on the 5,647 dwt general cargo vessel Claudia, owned by Enzian (AC treatment, steelworks, pipeworks). The shipyard has also performed a few intervention repairs in Rijeka harbour as well as in its own premises, the 2,815 dwt general cargo carrier Sea Eagle S, owned by Shipcare G, repair of water ingress after grounding on the Croatian coast near the port of Rijeka and the 10,500 dwt container carrier Julietta, owned by Schoning for hatch cover supports and deck crane repair. After completion of repairs on the 39,701 dwt tank Sun Light, owned by Fulltankers, the Martina M and the 6,250 general cargo carrier Gracechurch Crown, owned by Intersee, there are now four vessels currently under repair and drydocking in the yard, the 5,579 dwt general cargo carrier Sambre, owned by Sam Shipping, Netherlands, the 3,516 dwt Ro-Ro vessel Tablat, owned by CNAN and the Farrah III, owned by a Jordan based company.
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