Harland and Wolff Secures More Internations Repair and Conversion Work

Tuesday 05 December 2006

The 220 metre long, 37 metre beam vessel sailed back into service this week following a comprehensive catalogue of remedial work.
The workscope included a full underwater hull blast and repaint, cargo tank painting, steelwork repairs & modifications, Main and Auxiliary Engine overhauls, thruster repairs, pipework repairs, ship-side valves repairs, heating coil testing and repair, boiler overhaul, propeller shaft seal survey, Installation of new towing bollard, switchboard servicing and testing; motor overhauls, accommodation refurbishment and safety system surveys.

The Harland and Wolff Ship Repair Sales Manager, Billy McCracken, said ‘Our performance of this contract was very important, as it demonstrated our ability to undertake major workscopes within aggressive deadlines, to a very high quality. Northern Marine Management operate a significant number of vessels in Western Europe and we look forward to expanding our relationship.’
Ship Superintendent Tony Garnett said ‘Northern Marine Management demand and expect the highest standards for our vessels, so we are pleased to again work with Harland and Wolff.’