Welcome to the new Ship Repair section, incorporated into shipandoffshore.net

In addition to the Ship and Offshore Repair Journal, the Ship Repair Newsletter is now also part of the Schiff&Hafen and Ship&Offshore family of the DVV Media Group in Hamburg. On this part of our website you will now find the latest news from the repair, conversion and retrofitting business.

Every Monday, you will find the most important news conveniently in your inbox.

Beyond that, more in-depth and technical background information can be found in the continuation of the Ship and Offshore Repair Journal which is being published alongside Ship&Offshore every second month.

Ship Repair News

Ship Repair
17.06.2024
Ship Repair

Damen and Atal Solutions to retrofit four bulk carriers with fuel-saving/emissions-reducing technology

Holland’s Damen Shipyards and Atal Solutions have partnered with others to retrofit four bulk carriers owned by BAM Shipping with fuel-saving and emission-reducing technologies.

The partners will integrate eight different proven technologies which…

Ship Repair
17.06.2024
Ship Repair

New global ship repair and maintenance study says market will surge to USD 50 billion by 2030

A new study* into the global ship repair and maintenance market (SR&M) says that the industry is expected to grow by 6.5% throughout the forecast period 2023-2029, and will reach USD 50 billion by 2030.

As vessels age and undergo wear and tear from…

Ship Repair
17.06.2024
Ship Repair

Qatar Shipyard earns remote survey approval from ABS

One of the Arabian Gulf’s leading ship repairers, Qatar Shipyard Technology Solutions, has received ABS approval for its range of ship repair and retrofit work processes for remote survey.

As part of a pioneering joint development programme, ABS…

Ship Repair
17.06.2024
Ship Repair

Mid-life upgrade of NOAA’s largest vessel nears completion at Bollinger Mississippi Repair

Currently nearing completion of a mid-life upgrade project at US Gulf Coast ship repairer Bollinger Mississippi Repair, in Pascagoula, is the largest vessel in the fleet of the US Government-owned NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric…

Ship Repair
17.06.2024
Ship Repair

Major upgrades planned for Lindblad Expeditions two newly acquired Galapagos vessels

Leading expedition cruise line Lindblad Expeditions has acquired two small vessels from Celebrity Cruises which will undergo multi-million USD upgrades in early 2025 before they enter service for Lindblad Expeditions-National Geographic in its…

Ship Repair
17.06.2024
Ship Repair

Busy times for Palumbo Malta Shipyard

One of the Mediterranean’s leading ship repairers is Valletta-based Palumbo Malta Shipyard, one of the group of yards owned and operated by Italy’s Palumbo Group. Undergoing repair at this yard on June 10th were the following vessels:

Ramform…

Ship Repair
17.06.2024
Ship Repair

Cruise ships Pacific Adventure and Pacific Encounter to undergo major upgrades before switching to Carnival Cruise Line in 2025

Following the announcement recently by the world’s largest cruise vessel operator Carnival Corp that it was to merge P&O Cruises Australia with Carnival Cruise Line (CCL), the decision has been made to carry out major technology upgrades on the two…

Ship Repair
17.06.2024
Ship Repair

India’s Pandu ship repair facility to open in early 2025

Small coastal vessels and inland waterways craft in Northeast India will soon have a dedicated ship repair and maintenance facility to use, when the new Pandu ship repair facility opens for business in early 2025. The new repair yard is being built…

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