Knight & Carver YachtCenter Gets 400-ft Drydock

Wednesday, September 22, 2010

According to a September 21 report from The Log Newspaper, a fleet of tugboats and the San Diego Port Pilots guided a drydock measuring 400 ft in length and 63 ft in height from BAE Ship Systems, through San Diego Bay, and to its new home at Knight & Carver YachtCenter. The drydock, named Diligence, can lift vessels weighing up to 4,000 tons.

(Source: The Log Newspaper)

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