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Tuesday, July 17, 2018

Ship Repair

All ships need maintenance and repairs. Many repair and maintanance operations can be performed at sea or by the crew in port. Complicated or large-scale repairs might require the ship to be removed from commercial operation. Classification Society supervision is required for most large-scale repairs, particularly those carried out in a ship repair yard. For oceangoing ships, particularly tankers, the ship has to be prepared for repair at a Deballasting Station. The tank must be thoroughly cleaned and its slops (grey water and hydrocarbon residues) must be pumped ashore according to environmental regulations.

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Condor Rapide Bow (Photo:Deep South Media)

SMS Completes HSC Refit in Cherbourg

SMS, a ship repair and marine engineering service company based in Southampton, has…

Preston Khomo (Photo: TNPA)

TNPA Focuses on Ship Repair

Transnet National Ports Authority (TNPA) appointed Preston Khomo, previously Richards…

Harland and Wolff’s retiring CEO Robert J Cooper shakes hands with his successor Jonathan Guest (Photo: Harland and Wolff)

Guest Promoted to CEO at Harland and Wolff

Jonathan Guest has been tapped to succeed Robert J Cooper as chief executive officer…

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Seaspan Shipyards Celebrates Handover of HMNZS Te Kaha

Seaspan’s Victoria Shipyards (VSL) celebrated the handover of Her Majesty’s New Zealand…

Richard McCreary (left) and Bill Blount (Photos: Vigor)

Vigor Hires McCreary, Blount in Leadership Roles

U.S. shipbuilder Vigor has hired Richard McCreary as VP of Business Development and…

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Plibrico, NMBS Partner for Cruise Ship Repair

Plibrico, an industry leader in monolithic refractories, and maritime repair specialist…

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Gibdock Completes Two Gibraltar Repair Projects

Gibdock said its Gibraltar yard has completed two projects recently  that demanded…

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Cruise Ship Lengthening Underway at Fincantieri

Work to lengthen the Silversea Group’s ultra-luxury cruise ship Silver Spirit is…

David Skentelbery (Photo: Grand Bahama Shipyard)

Grand Bahama Shipyard Names Skentelbery CEO

Grand Bahama Shipyard announced today that its acting chief executive officer David…

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Hendry Marine Adds New Drydock

Hendry Marine Industries, Inc. (HMI) (along with its affiliated companies Gulf Marine…

BAE Systems ship repair yard in Jacksonville, Fla. (Photo: BAE Systems)

BAE Systems Jacksonville: Ship Repair's 'Destination of Choice'

From government to commercial to megayacht owners and everything in between, the…

BAE System Wins Ship Repair Navy Contract

BAE Systems Jacksonville Ship Repair LLC, Jacksonville, Florida, is being awarded a $9…

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