Recent Ship Repair Projects
When the Spirit was brought to Ship Repair, an intermediate Maritime Safety Authority marine survey was carried out.
A new fuel tank filler was fitted, breather pipe systems were fabricated and modifications were then made to the bulwarks.
All-new middle section for the teak handrail was built and following this, the underwater area of the hull was given antifoul treatment, as were the topsides and black touch up repairs were carried out.
Ship Repair performed an intermediate Maritime Safety Authority marine survey on the Island Passage at the end of 2016 where repairs on her hull plate were carried out.
Following this we stripped out and painted the port and starboard engine rooms and a full service was given to the main engines and generators.
Interior modifications and small repairs were then made and we installed a new 55kva generator unit. [Read more…]
Recently we’ve carried out a mid-life refit on the Western Ranger, which is a 410 tonne tuna fishing vessel, giving the owners confidence in their vessel for another 15 years. Ship Repair NZ Ltd offers a full turnkey service on any ship, meaning owners are confident in leaving their vessel with us for a full turnkey service from the most minor renovations to complicated jobs involving complex machinery.
Before Ship Repair
After Ship Repair
The Western Ranger re-fit began with stripping apart the brine alley and service alley. We carried out major structural repairs to the hull and plating. We replaced a lot of the Western Ranger’s pipework with new fabricated pipes and PVC pipes. We pulled out the driveline system, which involved taking out three different drive shafts and manufacturing two new intermediate shafts to put back in. [Read more…]