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Thursday, October 18, 2018

A&P Falmouth Completes Troy Refit

Maritime Activity Reports, Inc.

October 2, 2018

Pic: A&P Falmouth

Pic: A&P Falmouth

A&P Falmouth has completed the dry docking of ABC Maritime’s double hull oil and chemical tanker, Troy. Beating competition from European shipyards, A&P Falmouth carried out a comprehensive 17-day refit package during the vessel’s dry-docking last month.  

Work included the class intermediate survey, renewal of the main deck cargo heating pipework, extensive deck cargo washing and line replacement, the overhaul of the main engine including turbo charger, fuel gear and associated pumps, a bow thruster seal change and overhaul and a number of small steel repairs.

Stuart Bartle, Chief Operating Officer of ABC Maritime said: “ABC Maritime has had a long relationship with A&P having docked the Troy in Falmouth in 2008. It was A&P’s commitment to health and safety, quality workmanship and project management that made them the right choice for this project and the team has been outstanding throughout, even in the face of a very tight schedule.”

Steve Jones, Managing Director, Operations and Site Director for A&P Falmouth said: “We were delighted to welcome Troy back into Falmouth and to build on our relationship with ABC Maritime.  This project called upon the full breadth of A&P Falmouth’s services, including use of the on-site workshop for the overhaul of the bow thruster.  Thanks to the team’s strong project management and scheduling skills , the work was delivered on time, to budget and without compromise to quality.”

A company statement said that A&P Falmouth offers extensive ship repair facilities with three dry docks, extensive quay space, craneage and workshops.   A&P Group operates seven dry docks across four strategic locations in the UK and delivers global engineering excellence to the commercial shipping, marine, offshore wind, oil and gas, civil nuclear and defence industries.

It added that all facilities combine a rich heritage of marine engineering skills and experience, providing ship owners and energy companies with all the precision skills needed to complete the most demanding projects.

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