Condor Catamaran to Drydock at UK's A&P Shipyard

Press Release
Monday, November 19, 2012
Condor Express: Photo courtesy of A&P Shipyard

A&P Falmouth is soon to drydock the 'Condor Express', one of the aluminium fast cats operated by Condor Ferries.

Falmouth regularly drydocks the conventional Condor ferries, Condor Clipper and Condor Goodwill, but will now also see the aluminium catamaran Condor Express arrive for drydocking during November.

Work will include hull painting, exhaust repairs, stern door repairs, aluminium hull repairs, removal of main engine crankshaft and the overhaul of T Foil flaps, trim tab flaps and separator buckets.  This is one of three aluminium high-speed catamaran ferries owned by Condor Ferries.

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