Posts tagged maintenance
Great Lady

Crude Oil Tanker, Eastern Mediterranean "Great Lady" was one of the greatest ships entered in Palumbo Shipyards Malta for maintenance works.

The 338m supertanker ( 250,000t), Greek flag built in 2005, choose Palumbo Shipyards for a 15 day stop and general maintenance works.

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FSO, PA Resources, "Didon", tunisian owned vessel visited Palumbo Shipyards Malta for a major refit.

More than 270t of steel were replaced, both in tanks, ship sides and keels.
Mechanical repairs, overhauls and quite substantial pipeworks involved almost all lines on deck and engine room.

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Eurocargo Genova

“High Naval Surgery” on a Ro/Ro Vessel was carried out at Palumbo Shipyards Malta.

Bulbous bow of about 200 tons was completely replaced.

Being the bow of the vessel damaged for about 30 meters, the entire bulbous bow was built in Palumbo’s workshops prior entrance of the vessel into dock.  Floating maneuvers to achieve alignment between the damaged part and new built section took place at ship’s entrance.

Demolition of the old bulb, and replacement with new, completed the extremely challenging intervention.

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Toremar Oglasa was built in 1980 by Cantieri Navali Riuniti in Palermo, Italy.

The 91m vessel (2386 GT), with a passenger capacity of 1800 and 106 cars, visited Palumbo Shipyards Naples for refit intervention.  An entire section of the vessel was rebuilt and main works were carried out for a complete renewal of public areas, flooring, ceiling, furniture. 

Radical works concerned hull, superstructure, machinery, propellers and stabilizers to enhance performance and comfort on board.

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The pleasure yacht "Tubingen" was a German military vessel built in 1930. 42 meters long and 8 meters wide.
Palumbo Shipyards Naples carried out maintenance works such as complete painting of the hull and superstructure, complete cycle of painting, pumps maintenance, dry docking.

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Giorgio Cini

Training ship, Guardia di Finanza "Giorgio Cini" was purchased by Coast Guard in 1982.
For the adequate guest capacity, the presence on board of advanced electronic systems of navigation and discovery, and the modern telecommunications equipment, this type of vessel is used in cruising and contingent sea personnel training .
Palumbo Shipyards Naples performed important repair and maintenance works to hull and superstructures achieving appreciation letter from captain for works performed.

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Le Soleal

Pax ship, Ponant "Le Soleal" is a French-owned cruise vessel.
The work undertaken on the vessel at Palumbo Shipyards Malta was mainly focused on the renewal of bilge plates and internal interventions. 
Other works conducted were cleaning of tanks, blasting and painting of underwater areas, painting of all the grey area at top sides of vessel, engineering work on bow‐thruster and stabilizers, hull valves, generator cylinder heads, replacement of 2 bollards and modifications of bunkering stations.

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